Now that it’s been (mostly) unshackled from outmoded laws people have been able to enjoy all the benefits cannabis has to offer. That includes providing relief from a variety of health problems including chronic pain, glaucoma and more, as well as providing countless people a way to relax and unwind from the cares of an increasingly stressful world. But now that you are free to enjoy weed in a responsible way it’s important that you find the right grinder at the headshop that will enable you to get the most from your cannabis experience.
It’s a question that’s been bandied about ad nauseam: does size matter? You hear it in discussions about everything from cars to bank accounts to, well, you know. Can the question also be applied to bongs? Does the size of your bong really matter? Being a curious bunch the staff here at your favorite headshop in Parker have decided to focus their attention on getting a definitive answer to this most vexing of questions.
If you’re new (or even not so new) to vaping you’ve no doubt run across the letters “PG” and “VG”. If you’re like a lot of people you may have simply skimmed over them and assumed they were marketing-related. That’s only partly true. More importantly, they indicate some of the key aspects of e-liquids that you should keep in mind every time you venture into the Smoking Buddha vape shop in Parker to stock up.
If you have only recently started vaping or you are planning to start in the near future, you may be finding it hard to decide what type of device to use. There is a huge variety of vape pens, pod kits and vaporizer mods for sale in the USA today, many of which you can find at our local shop in Parker. Whilst it’s nice to have such a wide selection from which to choose, it can cause some confusion for new vapers. To make your task a little easier, we’re going to help you decide which of the two main types of vape device is most suitable for you: Mouth-To-Lung (MTL) or Direct-To-Lung (DTL) devices. Once you’ve done this, you will be able to focus on the mods and vaporizers that are most likely to meet your specific needs.
Whether you use a simple vape pen that was purchased online or a powerful mod that you bought from a local vape shop, you will need to buy new coils, or pods with integral coils, on a regular basis. As a coil deteriorates, it can negatively affect the flavor of your vape; it can also lead to leaks and other issues. The only way to fix these issues is to install a replacement coil but if you are new to vaping, you may have no idea how often you should be changing your coils and what you can do to extend their useful lifespan. But there’s no need to worry if this is the case: after you’ve finished reading our handy guide, you’ll be able to tell when it’s time to change coils and you’ll also know how to get the most out of each coil you install in your device.
At various times on this blog, we’ve alluded to or otherwise touched on the subject of stealth vaping. But we’ve never taken the time to give it the attention it deserves. And it deserves that attention because if it weren’t for their ability to stealth vape, some vape users would have a tough time vaping at all, given the hysterical, nonsensical attitude toward vaping and…