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.
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.
Dry herb vaporizers have quietly become the biggest thing in cannabis paraphernalia since the bong. Every day those of us at the Smoking Buddha vape shop in Parker field more questions about dry herb vaporizers and practically every month more are sold than were sold the month before. Like any device, however, vaporizers are not without their issues and a fair number of the questions we get regarding these devices are about frequently occurring dry herb vaporizer problems and how to resolve them.
Do an internet search for stemmed bongs and then do one for stemless bongs and you’re liable to be confused. In many cases, it’s hard to tell the difference. You might find it equally difficult to discern the difference between the two if you stop into our Parker headshop to see some in person. Both have water chambers, both have long necks with a mouthpiece at the top and both have bowls sitting atop tubes whose other end extends to the water chamber. So what’s the difference?
People have been doing tricks with smoke since the days of Sir Walter Raleigh. And why not? Everybody loves a good trick and smoke tricks have always been a reliable way to generate smiles, interest, and conversation at parties. These days with more and more people embracing vaping it only makes sense that they would also put those huge diaphanous clouds to work to curry favor with their peers. In this post, the team at the Smoking Buddha vape shop in Parker pool their knowledge to create a list of six vape tricks sure to impress your friends.
Vaporizers have become so popular in the past few years that it’s hard to remember that just 20 years ago they didn’t exist. One of the big reasons for their popularity is their dependability. That dependability, however, is itself dependent on how well you treat your vaporizer. If you don’t take care of it, it’s going to have a short life and meet an inglorious end. On the other hand, if you take good care of your vaporizer you’ll be able to extend its lifespan pretty dramatically. In this guide, the team at the Smoking Buddha vape shop provides five tricks that will help you extend the lifespan of your vaporizer.