Mazar Hashish is made from an Indica-rich Mazar-i-Sharif strain from neighboring Afghan Uzbekistan and is famous for producing high-quality strains of hashish. Afghan Mazar Sharif refers to the region where this particular hash is produced. It is named after Mazar-e-Sharif, a city in northern Afghanistan known for its cannabis cultivation. The production of Afghan Mazar Sharif Hash involves collecting resin from the cannabis plant, which is then traditionally processed by hand. The collected resin is often pressed and heated to create a dark, sticky, and malleable substance.