Bongs are made of glass to cool and filter smoke before inhaling it. They’re used for cannabis, tobacco, CBD products, etc. As a smoker, you may have noticed how dirty your piece gets after a few days of active use. In addition to that, your bong may also start giving off an unpleasant smell. Moreover, a dirty bong can lead to drag and clogging of the percolators.
Since the legalization of Marijuana, one of the questions being asked by people in Canada and the U.S. alike is what the difference is between smoking and eating cannabis.
This was even elaborated on in an article published by The Atlantic but we’re going to simplify and cut things down a little more for our readers!
Cannabis use is fairly widespread in the US and with recreational cannabis sales alone crossing the $11.6 billion mark according to statistics, this comes as no surprise.
Cannabis smoking has surged in popularity in recent years. With more and more people using the drug for recreational purposes, a lot of misinformation has started to propagate on the internet.
What make matters worse is that a number of otherwise reliable news organizations have shared these half-baked truths and senseless myths as “facts” which has done nothing but dissuade the occasional marijuana smoker.
There has been a recent rise in cannabis smoking among senior citizens in the U.S. As the medicinal value of cannabis becomes more well known to the general populace, it's use in treatment becomes more prevalent and accepted.
We’re more aware today than we have been in the past few decades with regard to numerous things. One of the areas where we’re now questioning our previous beliefs is that of recreational/medical substances, marijuana in particular.
The past few years have seen a rise in people smoking or ingesting the herb. Many have even traded in their liquor cabinets and home bars for stash boxes, jars, bongs and rolling papers. Needless to say, many of those mentioned are functional adults, more so, many are parents!
Potency in cannabis by many, if not most who use it, is often associated with the strain being smoked, the breed of the plant or the source of procurement. What you need to know however, is that these factors are not enough to determine how potent a cannabis plant may or may not be.
Marijuana laws today permit medicinal use in over 20 states as well as recreational use in over 8 according to an article published in the Business Insider.