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Hashish is often a solid or paste-like substance of varying hardness and pliability, and will soften under heat.Its color can vary from green, yellow, black, reddish brown, or most commonly light to dark brown.
Recreational users may also administer the drug through snorting, or smoking by inhaling its vapors when heated; either with tobacco in a rolled cigarette or by heating the drug on aluminium foil from underneath
Your overall description confuses me because the paper on commercial cigarettes is typically too fragile and too dry to allow someone to put anything into it. So, was it a store-bought "cigarette", and she was somehow putting something down the tip of it, or was she actually rolling a cigarette/joint?
If you saw her putting some brown powder into her cigarette it may have been her adding tobacco powder that falls down and accumulates at the bottom of the can or pouch.
I was thinking of what someone might commonly do in public outside a McDonald's. Maybe it was a drug-infested part of town.
Sounds like cannabis resin : hashish, "hash", "dope" ...
Quote from: RD on 12/03/2010 13:45:37Sounds like cannabis resin : hashish, "hash", "dope" ...how is hashish better then tobbaco??Do you lo think its healthier or even more dangrous???   
Which one is 'better' in terms of how enjoyable is a matter of opinion. Cannabis (AKA hashish) is psychoactive so changes the way that you think and certainly how you feel while its in your body, ones perception of their environment will be somewhat different. Tobacco in contrast is not mind altering at all, its just stimulant of the nervous system a bit like caffeine I suppose, it excites the nervous system and can give the feeling of making you more alert for a very small amount of time.As far as more dangerous goes, well again I suppose that is debatable! Both have detrimental effects and smoking of either covers the lungs in tar so will damage your lungs. Tobacco is typically more addictive than cannabis and can cause cancer as well as many other health problems. I think the tar in cannabis can cause lung cancer too but there is the addition of many cancer causing chemicals in tobacco which makes this risk higher and it causes more than just lung cancer.Cannabis can damage your brain, it has been shown to damage memory and can cause depression because it messes up the balances of the chemicals that make you feel happy. It can, I believe also trigger more serious psychological disorders like psychosis but I'm fairly sure this is rare.RD is right, you should avoid both!
you could put sh1t in a cigarette and smoke that. It would doubtless smell better, and probably be healthier too...