The dab rig is a fairly new invention. Certainly your parents or grandparents never used a dab rig (sorry, hot knives don’t count). The origins of the dab rig as we know it today can be traced to the late 1990s when bong makers started experimenting with attachments specifically designed for cannabis oils. Today, a lot of folks who stop by our smoke shop in Parker want to know if it’s possible to transform their bong into a dab rig. The answer is that it’s not only possible, it’s easier than you probably think.
Weed Tolerance Breaks: Tips to Make Them Work
We hear about it all the time in our head shop. Regular cannabis users developing an increase in tolerance and having to consume ever larger amounts of weed in order to achieve the same psychotropic effects.
By taking time off from cannabis the accumulated THC in the person’s body is able to dissipate and the body’s cannabinoid system returns to a more sensitive state. It is not unusual for people to experience the effects of cannabis far more strongly in the wake of a tolerance break.
Seven U.S. States Likely to Legalize Cannabis in 2024
In recent years the push to legalize the recreational use of marijuana has picked up considerable steam. There are now 23 states that have decriminalized recreational use of marijuana and medical use of marijuana is now allowed in 40 states. But the fact that the federal government still classifies weed as a Schedule 1 substance right alongside heroin and that recreational use is still illegal in 27 states means there’s a lot of work to do before the fight is won. In this post, the team at the Smoking Buddha smoke shop in Parker take a look at states likely to legalize cannabis in 2023 or 2024.
Glass Pipes vs. Bongs: How Do They Compare?
Most stoners have both a glass pipe and a bong in their cupboard and if you asked them which is their favorite they’d probably have a hard time deciding. For people new to smoking weed that type of indecision is not a lot of help. They may not want to purchase both and are looking for a way to determine if glass pipes or bongs are quantifiably better. So, to help those folks decide, the team here at the Smoking Buddha vape shop have put together this brief guide on the relative pros and cons of both devices.
Why You Should Never Drink Bong Water
If you smoke weed long enough you will eventually encounter someone who suggests you can get a righteous buzz from drinking the water in your bong. On a certain level, the idea might seem to make sense. After all, if the water has been in there during a week or so of regular use it must be infused by now with at least some THC. Right? Drinking it would then be the liquid equivalent of edibles. Right? Well… as much as those of us at the Smoking Buddha headshop would like to affirm the idea that you can get a buzz by just tipping back the bong, it’s simply not true. And in this post, we’re going to cover all the reasons why you really don’t want to drink your bong water.
Vaporizer Temperature Importance and Recommended Ranges
When compared to using a bong, vaping dry herbs is a relatively new pursuit. Because of that there are still some things about the practice many stoners are not up to speed with. Including the right temperature to vape at and why it matters. To some traditionalists, the idea of regulating temperatures seems needlessly complicated, but it’s a lot less complicated than it seems. And once you find your sweet spot you shouldn’t have to keep making adjustments. In this post, the staff here at the Smoking Buddha vape shop in Parker look at the issue of vaping temperatures.