Full melt is a term for high-grade dry sieve or water hash—it fully melts and doesn’t leave a residue or char behind. Dry sieve and water hash are rated on a scale of one to six stars, indicating refinement and meltability. Full-melt hash is highly refined and usually rated at five or six stars.
“This full-melt hash was so expensive but one hit got me so high!”
What is full melt?
Full melt hash is high-grade dry sieve or water hash concentrate that melts fully without leaving behind a residue. “Half melt” is a term for low grade water hash, so named because it melts halfway, rather than fully. Whether made with or without water, full melts are usually made with fine micron screens between 70-120 microns. Multiple screens are used when making full-melt hash to filter out impurities and get a high-quality product.
Because of their high purity, full melts will melt completely away in a dab nail, like chemical extracts such as BHO, CO2 oil, PHO, etc. Typically, full melts and rosins are the only types of solventless concentrates that are dabbed.