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Cannabis Caviar – Everything you need to know & more!

What is Cannabis Caviar?

Marijuana buds are some of the most versatile treats known to humankind, so its no surprise that we have found a way to turn the resin glands of a precious marijuana bud into something from the heavens – moon rocks, or, marijuana caviar. Whatever extravagant name you call them by, you’re going to want to try this caviar marijuana asap!

Get fancy and step into true luxury with the cannabis masterpiece that is cannabis caviar.Photo: @thecannimedic

Cannabis Caviar, or Caviar Gold strain, Caviar Concentrates, Caviar Weed, Marijuana Caviar, Caviar Moon rocks, are basically the same thing as moon rocks. These are all names for the same concept of very high-quality marijuana buds that have been dipped in hash oil and then rolled in a layer of kief. Moon rocks are exceedingly potent with some Cannabis Caviar ‘strains’ containing up to 91% THC. This is due to the extremely high quality of strains often used in the ingredients, as well as the incredible potency of kief and cannabis oil. This extravagant combination makes for one hell of a high. There are many top-shelf weed strains which may be chosen to be made into Cannabis Caviar, but the most common are:

  • KGB strain
  • Mochi Strain
  • THC Diamonds
  • Platinum weed
  • God Bud strain
  • Grapefruit weed
  • Black Diamond cannabis
  • Glue tap strain

Caviar marijuana is mainly sold by dispensaries in North America, although you can definitely find coffee shops abroad that may sell them. Caviar Buds are almost always high quality and extremely strong. When I say strong, I mean knock you on your butt strong – or, some might say they’ll send you to the moon you get so high, thus the name moon rocks. So if you are a new cannabis user, be cautious when smoking marijuana caviar.

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Caviar Gold Cone

A variant on moon rocks, this form of caviar marijuana is just as potent.

Turantula Cone – rolled and dipped in kief. Photo: @penguindontplay

These are also known as pure cannabis cigars, torpedo weed, or tarantula cones. These are basically blunted (or what Americans would call joints) of pure, high-quality marijuana-infused with a hash oil concentrate and then rolled in kief. This slightly strange process makes for an exceptionally potent high, but not for the best smoking. Another name for these is Moon Sticks, as they’re basically mooning rocks but in blunt format.

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What is a moon rock?

Beautiful moonrock ready for smoking. Photo: @iron.lotus.buds

A moonrock and Cannabis caviar are actually the same things, simply with different names. Some people call them Cannabis Caviar, some people call them moon rocks – caviar marijuana, marijuana caviar – tomato, tomatoe. However, some people argue that moon rocks always have the extra layer of kief at the end of the process, and cannabis caviar does not. This very small difference is probably the only way to distinguish the two products. Confused yet? Us too. The concentration of THC in moon rocks is typically 51%. This was an extremely high level and unheard of when they first arrived on the market. Then Sun rocks showed up on the scene.

What are Sunrocks?

Definitely a step up from your average fish eggs, you’re going to need more than a medical marijuana card to get your hands on this truly potent caviar marijuana.

Radiant Sunrock dazzling in its high-grade concentrate coating. Photo: @lui_bee_

Sunrocks are a more recent and improved adaptation of Cannabis Caviar or Moon rocks. Sunrocks take cannabis to an entirely new level in THC levels and potency. They have essentially upgraded moon rocks, using only OG top shelf strains and with THC concentration levels reaching up to 90%. Sunrocks are covered in a thick coat of high-grade extraction concentrates and lightly dusted in pure kief. Due to this light kief covering, you can often see the actual marijuana bud underneath, unlike moon rocks, which are often covered in a thick coat of kief.

To make sunrocks simply follow these steps:

  • Make sure you have the highest quality OG cannabis ingredients
  • Next, you want to saturate it with a strong cannabis oil concentrate, like BHO or Co2. E nsure that they are pure and have been through a vacuum oven.
  • Once all the contaminants are removed, cover the OG buds in a thin layer of BHO. You shouldn’t really be able to see the BHO on the buds.
  • Cover the entire bud in a light dusting of high-quality Kief.
  • And voila! You have your own homemade marijuana caviar sunrocks.

If you’re toking gourmet cannabis topped with caviar, you’re going to want to enjoy every puff.

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Sunrocks vs. Moon Rocks vs Cannabis Caviar – Which are the strongest?

This is a very common question surrounding these products. Which is the strongest? Well, sunrocks are definitely considered to be the creme de le creme of these three products. After that, it would almost certainly be moon rocks, as they’re always covered in kief. Finally, you would have cannabis caviar. Now, obviously, this is completely and utterly dependent on the process used to create each product. In regards to potency, it generally goes in this order of strongest to least strong: Sunrocks > Moonrocks > Cannabis Caviar.

Prices of Caviar Gold, Moonrocks & Sunrocks

As you might expect, all three of these products can be quite expensive. That is because they take top-shelf weed (already very expensive) and then dip it in hash oil or cover it in Butane Hash Oil (BHO). Both hash oil and BHO, in general, are considered to be relatively expensive. Finally, they are rolled in kief, which is also an incredibly expensive part of the weed. These kief balls, as they could be known, are at least $40 a pop. They’re probably going to cost more than this, depending on where you are in the world. However, the average THC levels in regular flower marijuana are nothing when compared to the average THC levels of these caviar nuggets, meaning these little fish eggs are well worth their price tags.

Why is cannabis caviar sometimes called Caviar OG?

This is related to the fact that companies will normally use OG strains as their starting bud when creating marijuana caviar. If you use OG strains, then you will almost always call a final product something with OG in the title. The OG is a nod to the master strain and is a sure sign of both qualities, as well as potency. Cannabis Caviar, sometimes known as Caviar OG, is particularly popular in places like Colorado and California.

It is important to also be aware that there is a strain called Caviar OG as well, which some people may get confused with the concept of cannabis caviar. It’s still a great strain, so don’t be too disappointed if you get confused, but it’s not proper marijuana caviar. Guess you just have to enjoy what you have and be a little more precise next time you buy! There are worse problems to have if you ask us.

If you prefer to smoke your caviar marijuana as a concentrate then you’ll need an excellent dab rig to help you do that.

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For those of you who want a more intimate moment with their moon rocks, we suggest the Classic Helix Hand Pipe from Grav.

The unique Venturi Chamber will send the smoke swirling before you inhale it, meaning you get to enjoy a smooth hit of your caviar cannabis.

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Beautiful, flowered bud of Caviar OG strain, not to be confused with the cannabis concentrated goodies that are Cannabis Caviar OG. Photo: @ralph_rosinburg

How to smoke Cannabis Caviar, Moonrocks, and Sunrocks?

Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your marijuana caviar smoking experience.

When you’re paying such a ridiculous price for something, you’re going to want to ensure that you’re getting the best possible smoking experience out of it. For example, you’re missing out on a large percentage of the potency if you don’t manage to get all of the kief on a moon rock. These products can also have the tendency to be a little sticky, making the smoking process even trickier. You obviously don’t want to waste any of the THC magic that surrounds your little marijuana space rocks. The best way to smoke cannabis caviar, moonrocks, and sunrocks is as follows:

  • Get a flat, smooth, hard surface
  • Place your moon rocks, sunrocks, or cannabis caviar onto the surface
  • Cut it into small pieces with a sharp knife or tool
  • Cannabis Caviar, Moonrocks and Sunrocks typically have a greasy texture making them harder to light or keep a cherry. However, if you sprinkle your cut pieces on top of some flower, it should smoke better and be much easier to light.
  • You can alternatively roll up your Caviar/Moonrocks/Sunrocks into a blunt or joint by grinding up flower buds with a high-quality grinder and sprinkling the small cut pieces on top
  • Be aware that caviar wax is incredibly potent and may result in an extremely powerful high or even knock you out completely.
  • With this in mind, sit back, light it up, and enjoy the bliss ride.

What happens if you soak your weed in E-liquid?

Cannabis E-Liquids. Photo: @foolishmf

Cannabis is not water-soluble. As such, you need certain liquids which are soluble for Cannabis in order to get high from vaping. E-liquids are an infusion of herb or concentrate mixed and heated with propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, and/or high-proof alcohol. However, you would need to decarboxylate your weed before soaking, in order to convert the THCA into activated THC. If you skip this important step then you will be smoking inactive THC (THCA) and will not achieve a marijuana high. There are companies in California that sell THC-infused E-liquids, which is a much easier solution to creating these E-liquids yourself.

While this process will not result in marijuana caviar of any type, it’s still a great way to create a potent high.

What is Cannabis Caviar?

Whether you’re buying Sunnrocks, Moonrocks, or Cannabis Caviar, they are all basically the same thing: marijuana dipped in hash oil and then rolled in kief. They differ mostly in the quality of ingredients and THC concentration levels, but in general, the terms are almost interchangeable. These innovative, modern, and extremely powerful cannabis creations have enhanced the marijuana market and have created the potential to reach an entirely new level of high for cannabis users.

  • Moonrocks, sunrocks, and cannabis caviar are all basically the same
  • They are top-shelf or OG buds dipped in hash oil and rolled in kief
  • Hard to smoke, but smoke best in a bong or bowl, sprinkled in small cut up pieces on top of the flower
  • Not recommended for newer marijuana users
  • Can have up to 90% THC potency
  • Very potent, but also extremely flavorful with wonderful aromas

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What is Cannabis Caviar? Marijuana buds are some of the most versatile treats known to humankind, so its no surprise that we have found a way to turn the resin glands of a precious marijuana bud into something from the heavens – moon rocks, or, marijuana caviar. Whatever extravagant name you call them by, you're going

What Are Marijuana Moon Rocks?

Marijuana moon rocks are basically the “champagne” of the pot world. Some people even call them cannabis caviar.

They’re made up of different pot products that are all rolled into one very potent nug and smoked.

They became a thing when West Coast rapper Kurupt brought it to people’s attention and eventually trademarked his own brand of moon rocks.

As for the name, they do look like moon rocks. But their ability to send even the most seasoned cannabis consumer flying extra high might have something to do with it, too.

Moon rocks are made by taking a nugget of marijuana and dipping it in or spraying it with concentrate, or hash oil.

They’re usually made with Girl Scout Cookies (the weed strain, not Thin Mints) flower and concentrate, but can be made with any strain.

The coated nugget is then rolled in kief. Kief, also called pollen or dry sift, is the sticky crystals that cover the cannabis flower. This crystal residue contains terpenes and cannabinoids.

It varies from batch to batch. The potency depends on how it’s made, who’s making it, and the ingredients used.

Moon rocks typically hover around 50 percent THC, according to Leafly. To help put that into perspective, popular strains found in dispensaries typically range from 17 to 28 percent THC.

You can smoke moon rocks like you would any other nug, by breaking it up into a joint, bowl, vape, or pipe. Keeping it lit isn’t easy, and it’s also super dense and greasy, so glassware like a bong or pipe is the preferred way.

Moon rocks are potent. People who’ve indulged describe big, full, fragrant smoke clouds and a rich and pleasant taste of kief.

THC is the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis and mainly responsible for producing the “high.” Given that moon rocks contain considerably higher levels of THC, the effects are more pronounced than what you experience from run-of-the-mill cannabis products.

The severity of the effects depend on a few things, including the strain used and your tolerance. Someone who’s not used to high THC cannabis tends to have more intense effects. Using large amounts also increases the intensity of the effects.

Here are some of the common effects of moon rocks:

  • dizziness
  • increased heart rate
  • anxiety
  • paranoia
  • sleepiness
  • headaches
  • dry mouth
  • impaired memory
  • dry, red eyes
  • cough or other respiratory issues
  • extreme hunger, aka the munchies

They produce a slow burn with some immediate effects that really kick into high gear about 30 minutes in.

Based on people’s reviews, you can expect your buzz to linger for several hours or even into the next day if you’re new to moon rocks or high-THC strains.

Yes, there are mental and physical risks.

High THC risks

Researchers don’t yet know the full impact of high-THC marijuana on the body or brain. Higher THC levels increase your risk for a harmful reaction, especially if you’re new to marijuana.

Higher THC levels may also increase your risk for addiction when you regularly use high doses.

While the risks of high-THC marijuana are still being investigated, marijuana in any concentration has some risks.

General marijuana risks

Marijuana smoke — including secondhand smoke — contains most of the same toxins and carcinogens as tobacco smoke. It irritates the lungs and can cause a chronic cough with increased phlegm production.

Marijuana smoke also raises your risk for lung infections and may increase the risk of lung cancer.

Your lungs aren’t the only part of your body at risk. Marijuana raises your heart rate for up to 3 hours after you smoke it, which may increase your chance of a heart attack, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

It also weakens your immune system, making it harder for your body to fight off germs.

If you’re pregnant, using marijuana may increase your risk for several birth complications.

Moon rocks are pretty strong, to say the least. If you’re going to give them a try, it’s important to consider some things.

These potent nuggets are sure to mess with your brain and energy levels, which can make getting things done impossible. It’s best to clear your schedule or do it when you’ve got a big chunk of free time.

Here are some general safety tips for using moon rocks:

  • Eat. Eat first, not just to keep the eventual munchies in check, but to also lessen the effects of high-THC weed and prevent nausea.
  • Hydrate. Have lots of water on hand and stay hydrated before, during, and after smoking, as dry mouth is pretty much a given.
  • Consider your surroundings. Choose a safe place where you can just sit and chill without any responsibilities.
  • Go slow. Start slow — like, really slow. This is especially important if you’re new to moon rocks or high-THC strains, as it can help minimize the intensity of the effects. Try to wait at least several minutes between each inhale.

Healthline does not endorse the use of any illegal substances, and we recognize abstaining from them is always the safest approach.

However, we believe in providing accessible and accurate information to reduce the harm that can occur when using. If you or someone you know might be struggling with substance use , we recommend learning more and consulting a professional to get additional support.

Cannabis isn’t legal everywhere, though many states have legalized it for medical use, recreational purposes, or both. It’s best not to take a chance and know the laws in your state.

If you live outside of the United States, you may be subject to different laws.

Marijuana moon rocks are particularly potent, even for a seasoned cannabis user. You’ll definitely want to proceed with caution, especially if you’re new to the whole cannabis thing.

If you live in a state that’s legalized cannabis, visit a dispensary and talk to a trained staff member. They can tell you more about the moon rocks they carry and how strong they are.

Last medically reviewed on October 21, 2019

Marijuana moon rocks are the latest trend in high-THC cannabis products. We'll break down how they're made, their effects, and things to keep in mind when using them.