In Morocco, the term “kif” is frequently for the flower, i.e. the hashish. In the West, “kif” is often for the special Moroccan blonde hashish. When the milder leaves are , this is a “habisha”, which resembles marijuana. In Morocco the production estimates to cover an area of 600 km², and contributing to the national economy with about US$2 billion annually and growing, equaling 6% of GNP Honey Moroccan Blonde Hash.