Denver: No More Making Hash At Home

As a result of frequent explosions due to hash oil extraction, the city of Denver has decided to leave the hash-making to the professionals.  Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration has backed a new proposal to ban the home use of solvent-based hash oil extraction.

In order to make hash, you must use highly flammable gasses, like butane.  The administration says it is a huge risk for at home hash makers to keep a large quantity of butane in their homes for future use.  Licensed grow homes and other business will still be able to produce hash using dangerous gasses because they are expected to use proper safety precautions.

“Clearly, the hash-oil extraction process creates a danger in our neighborhoods, we want to address it quickly,” Michael Hancock stated.  So if you don't have a license to make it, you cannot legally make hash in your home any longer.