Whether you are a veteran vaper or an absolute beginner you want to get the most from the experience. That’s only natural. But with so many different types of vaping devices on the market determining exactly how to optimize your experience can be challenging. In order to make things a bit easier the team at the Smoking Buddha vape shop present the following 8 tips that will help you take your vaping experience to the next level.
Whether you are a casual smoker or spend considerable time smoking weed, you will know the dreaded cotton mouth well. Although cotton mouth is harmless and should not cause any worry, a parched mouth is not ideal for anybody.
You’re at that point where your vape is starting to act up. The performance is starting to decrease and you are not sure if you should buy a new one or investigate the problem further. After all, you don’t want to buy a new vape, you want to keep the one you currently have. Vapes are products that need constant care and they can shut down because of the coil.
If you’re like everybody else new to vaping you’re probably a bit confused about some of the terminology related to vaporizers. Should you get an e-cig or a cig-alike? Or maybe a vape pen would be a better fit. But which kind? Maybe what you’re really after is a vape mod, or maybe a pod kit or a… well, you get the idea. The terminology can seem pretty confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. In this brief explainer article the team here at the Smoking Buddha vape shop in Parker are going to zoom in on vape mods and pod kits and explain the difference. Let’s start with vape mods.
Scenario One: You’ve got a spanking new pod and you’re all excited to break it in. But as soon as you add your vape juice the thing springs a leak and you wind up hurling blasphemous language toward the sky. Scenario Two: You were under the impression your vape had been working just fine. But then one day after putting it down you realize…
People disagree about who first brought the bong to widespread notice and acceptance. But what no one can disagree on is that the glass bong has been a staple of American life now for more than half a century. What started in the 1960s as a symbol of rebellion has become, dare we say, mainstream (!) here in the 2020s. But as the popularity of bongs spread hither and yon, and as more and more manufacturers realized there was gold in those big, bold hits, the traditional glass bong has had to make room on the Parker headshop shelf for those fashioned from other materials.