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A beginner’s guide to glass

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  1. Why glass?
  2. Main types of glass pipes on the market today
  3. Glass made in U.S. vs glass made in China
  4. Scientific glass vs. artisan glass
  5. Choosing the glass that’s right for you

Whether you’re a seasoned stoner or newcomer to the world of cannabis, the fact remains the same: glass is an integral part of the consumption experience. It is one of the best, most commonly used materials for smoking out of, and glass pipes range from small and simple handheld pieces to huge, wildly intricate artistic creations, and everything in between.

Glass pipes range from small and simple handheld pieces to huge, wildly intricate artistic creations, and everything in between. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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What makes glass such a perfect medium for smoking cannabis? What are the different types of glass you’ll find on the market today, and which ones are the best for you? Here’s everything you need to know about glass, helping you to become a cannabis glass connoisseur the next time you visit your local head shop.

Why glass?

The primary reason glass is used for smoking cannabis is that it is a very clean material. To be more specific, when you heat a piece of clean glass, the only thing that really happens is the glass gets hotter. It doesn’t begin to smoke or vaporize, it doesn’t create toxic fumes, and it doesn’t emit odors or flavors. This makes glass perfectly suited for smoking cannabis flower and concentrates.

On the other hand, pipes made out of materials such as metal, plastic, or wood usually end up contaminating the cannabis smoke in one way or another, whether it’s changing the taste of the smoke, altering the odor of the smoke, or worst of all, emitting toxic fumes into the smoke.

Aside from maintaining the purity of the cannabis smoke, there’s an added bonus to using glass: style.

Glassblowers often mix in color pigments to create interesting patterns, adding artistic flair to the smoking experience. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Glassblowers often mix in color pigments to create interesting patterns, adding artistic flair to the smoking experience. Artists who specialize in high-end glass pipes also make large, elaborate pipes in a dizzying array of shapes, sizes, and designs.

Main types of glass pipes on the market today

Glass is used to make a wide variety of smoking devices. The most common are:

Spoons

Spoons are widely used and are recognizable for their simple design. One end is a spoon-shaped bowl into which you pack your cannabis. There is a small hole at the bottom of the bowl that allows smoke to travel from the spoon end down into the body of the pipe. Somewhere adjacent to the bowl is another small hole, called a “carb.” You control airflow inside the pipe by covering or uncovering the carb with your finger. Finally, the body of the pipe extends out away from the bowl and carb, ending in a third opening, which is the mouthpiece.

Spoons are widely used and are recognizable for their simple design. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Bongs

Bongs are defined by the inclusion of a water chamber. As smoke bubbles through the chamber, the water simultaneously cools the smoke and filters out heavy particulates, producing smoother, cooler, and all-around better-tasting smoke.

Bongs are defined by the inclusion of a water chamber. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Bubblers

Bubblers are essentially a mash-up of a spoon pipe and a petite-sized bong. In shape and function, they are just like a spoon pipe. They also include a small water chamber that cools and cleans the smoke. For many consumers, bubblers produce more enjoyable smoke the way a bong does, but with the smaller, more convenient size that a spoon offers.

Bubblers are essentially a mash-up of a spoon pipe and a petite-sized bong. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Chillums

Glass chillums can essentially be described as a small cylinder of glass you can smoke out of. You pack one end of the cylinder with flower, ignite it, and pull the smoke through the other end of the cylinder.

Steamrollers

Steamrollers are basically extra-large chillums that often include a small depression for packing cannabis, a carb for controlling airflow, and a much larger-diameter glass cylinder. The idea is to let you fill the pipe with tons of smoke before clearing it all at one time for a powerful punch of cannabis smoke.

Dab rigs

Dab rigs typically use the same water filtration system as a bong, but they include a number of additional features and components designed specifically for vaporizing super-potent cannabis concentrates at higher temperatures than those for smoking flower. Instead of a bowl, for instance, a dab rig typically utilizes a nail or banger made from glass, quartz, or titanium. Once the heated chamber reaches the desired temperature, the concentrate is dabbed and filtered through water before being consumed.

Dab rigs include a number of features and components designed specifically for vaporizing super-potent cannabis concentrates at higher temperatures than those for smoking flower. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Glass made in U.S. vs glass made in China

A common debate in the world of cannabis is whether glass pieces made in the United States are fundamentally different from or of better quality than glass pieces made in places such as China.

One camp maintains that mass-produced Chinese glass is inherently inferior to American glass. According to this perspective, because Chinese glass is mass-produced and is intended to be much more affordable, manufacturers cut corners and don’t create products with as much care or quality assurance as manufacturers in the U.S.

As seen on numerous online discussion boards and cannabis forums, common complaints about Chinese-made glass include:

  • Lower-quality glass
  • Thinner glass
  • Glass that is not carefully hardened through a process called annealing, thereby making it more susceptible to stress fractures and breaking
  • Unoriginal designs, with many claiming that Chinese glass manufacturers essentially rip off designs created by smaller glassmakers and then mass-produce them

Another camp tends to be much more open to glass pieces made in China. In general, this cohort sees the quality of Chinese glass as close enough to the quality of any other glass that it doesn’t really make a noticeable difference.

Further, this group often argues that because Chinese pieces are mass-produced for lower cost, they actually serve a valuable function within the cannabis industry, giving people access to very affordable smoking implements. For many, this affordability outweighs whatever drop in quality consumers might get with a piece made in China.

As expert glassblower Luke Wilson put it: “The only difference is [Chinese manufacturers] take everything they make from other people and make it a million times over. . There’s nothing wrong with China glass as far as I’m concerned. So if you need a high-filter piece for your money, then go buy a China piece. But if you want something that’s collectible and that you’ll appreciate, go buy a personal artist piece.”

Scientific glass vs. artisan glass

The other key distinction in the types of glass used for cannabis pipes is if it’s made from scientific glass or artisan glass.

According to The American Scientific Glassblowers Society, scientific glass is specifically designed to meet the rigorous demands and specifications of the scientific community. Per the Society’s website: “Scientific glassblowers provide highly specialized glass apparatus for all universities with graduate research programs, government, private, and industry-research laboratories, production facilities, the semiconductor industry, and many other aspects of scientific research.”

Scientific glass is primarily focused on function, precision, and consistency. And smoking devices made out of scientific glass are much the same. These pieces tend to use thicker glass, are typically more heat-resistant, and have minimal issues with stress fractures or other manufacturing defects.

Scientific glass pipes are primarily focused on function rather than style. As a result, they typically do not have a lot of color or decorations, and the designs are simple and minimal, more in line with something you’d expect to see in a research lab than a stoner’s dorm room. One big advantage of focusing on function is that many scientific glass pipes include high-performance percolators that require a high degree of precision to make well.

On the other hand, artisan glass — often called “heady glass” — is focused much more on design and style elements. Artisan pieces are often one of a kind, made by established artists with recognizable aesthetic styles and a cult following of high-end glass collectors. As such, these pieces can be very fun to smoke out of and many enjoy the sense that their pipe is more aligned with a piece of art than a smoking apparatus.

Artisan glass is focused much more on design and style elements. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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The process of adding colors, crafting pipes into funky shapes, and executing complex designs often requires artists to use a slightly “softer” glass than a scientific glass piece. Additionally, the exclusive nature of artisan pieces often means that they carry heftier price tags than scientific glass pieces.

Choosing the glass that’s right for you

There are three main factors to consider when buying a glass piece:

What type of smoking experience do you want?

Do you want to smoke out of a simple spoon or chillum? Are you interested in the cooler, smoother, better-tasting smoke of a bong or bubbler? Do you want the hard-hitting, massive hits of a steamroller? Answering these questions will help narrow down the types of glass smoking devices that fit your personal criteria.

Form or function?

If you want consistently high-quality, precision performance, you can’t go wrong with a scientific glass piece. If you’re all about personal style, creativity, and flair, then you’ll love exploring the world of artisan glass. And remember, function and style are not mutually exclusive. Many people who like minimalist designs find scientific glass to be very aesthetically appealing.

What’s your budget?

If you’re on a tight budget and you simply need a piece that will get the job done, you might want to experiment with an affordable piece made in China. Don’t be surprised if you run into problems or if the piece breaks — at least replacing it won’t be too expensive. But if your budget gives you more room to shop around, have fun exploring the diversity of glass pieces made in the US by more hands-on glassblowers and artisans.

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10 Tips on How to NOT Smell Like Weed

Most smokers like the smell of weed, but that doesn’t mean they always want to walk around smelling like weed. Whatever your reason, if you want to learn some simple tips to keep from reeking of pot then you’ve found the right place.

1. Don’t Stand Downwind

If you’re smoking outside then this is the number one thing you can do to keep yourself from smelling like weed. It’s simple, I know, but we don’t always think about these things when the smoke sesh is happening. Try to stay aware of where the smoke is blowing and don’t be in that spot.

Another tip is to tilt your head up and blow the smoke into the hair. The hot smoke will rise and this will keep you from bathing in the smell. This tip is especially useful on days with no wind.

2. Ventilate, Don’t Hot Box

This is another obvious answer, but one that gets ignored pretty often anyway. If you’re smoking weed inside then do whatever you can to vent the smoke away. Here are a few tips:

  1. Open a window. Bonus points if you put a fan facing out the window. You can blow into the back of the fan and it will carry most of the smoke outside.
  2. Turn on the ceiling fan. This will make it more difficult to blow smoke rings, but it will prevent you from sitting in thick clouds of smoke in a stale room.
  3. Turn on vent fans. These are typically located above the stove, in bathrooms, and some attics.
  4. Blow the smoke up the chimney. This method doesn’t work quite as well as just blowing it out the window, but it is an option if you find yourself inside a place with no windows and a chimney.

3. Use A Smoking Jacket

This idea dates back to old men wearing a protective jacket so their clothes wouldn’t smell like cigars. While the old school style isn’t necessary it is a really good idea to keep a piece of outerwear that you can put on just to smoke. Then, when you take it off you have your fresh clothes underneath.

If possible, it would be best to completely change all your clothes, but this isn’t always a viable option.

4. Make A Sploof

Simply put, a sploof is a container that you blow smoke into to neutralize the smell. They are really easy to make with just a few household items. I’ve already written a post with detailed instructions on how to make a sploof. The quick version is you’re pretty much just stuffing dryer sheets into a paper towel roll.

5. Wash Your Hands & Eat A Mint

Your hands and breath are particularly susceptible to weed odors. Washing your hands is ideal, but if you’re going to be somewhere that isn’t possible then bring some hand sanitizer or lotion.

The mint can obviously be substituted with gum, mouthwash, or brushing your teeth.

6. Put Long Hair In A Pony Tail

Long hair can have a tendency to trap smells. Keep your hair back and away from your face where the smoke is coming from.

Whether you have long hair or short hair it might not be a terrible idea to get a smoking hat to go with your smoking jacket.

7. Keep Your Weed In A Clean, Airtight Bag

It doesn’t matter what precautions you take to not smell like weed if you’re carrying a smelling bag of weed around with you. If you really want to be safe then pick up some reusable airtight bags at a headshop or online . They’ll last a lot longer than a sandwich bag and keep the smell in better. In the end, use whatever you got but do take a moment to think if what you’re using is going to conceal the smell properly.

8. Try A Vape or Edibles

With edibles, you’re guaranteed to not smell like weed. The problem with edibles is both availability and desirability of effects. That is, some people can’t get edible, and other people don’t want edible because it’s not the same feeling as smoking.

A vape is truly a great option if you’re willing to spend the money. The truth is, good vapes aren’t very cheap. Do your research before purchasing a vape.

9. Sprays, Colognes, & Perfumes Oh My

There is no doubt that sprays can help deodorize or in most cases cover up the smell. I mostly want to give a few simple precautions.

Don’t only wear a particular body spray when you smoke. Basically, if you only wear cologne after you smoke it won’t take long for some people to notice that the smell automatically means your high. Wear the cologne, perfume, body spray, or whatever on a more consistent basis.

A special warning for Ozium . This stuff has gotten insanely popular in the smoking community. Now, I can tell you first hand that this stuff does amazing for covering up smells indoors. But, make sure you read all of the warnings that come with the spray. The stuff is super toxic. You are not supposed to go in a room for at least 20 minutes after you spray. Also, wash any areas of your skin that came in contact with Ozium. I would also take extra precautions if pets are in the house. Again, read and follow all safety instructions on the packaging.

10. Air Out

Sometimes it’s just a matter of taking some time to naturally air out the weed smell before you venture out around people. Don’t be in a rush. Take an extra moment to hang out and enjoy your high while you air out.

I hope these tips help. If you know of any tips that were not mentioned in the article then let everyone know in the comment section below.

If you enjoyed this article then here a few of my other articles that I think you may enjoy:

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5 horrifying seeds you don’t want growing in your garden

WHILE we’re busy handing out seeds that will fill your garden with colour and delicious fruit and vegies, not everything that grows is safe to be eaten.

Telling the difference between freshly grown herbs and something less lovely is something perhaps gardening expert Costa Georgiadis could help you with?

Australia has a reputation for being populated by creatures designed specifically to ruin your day, so learning the same is true of our plant life shouldn’t surprise anyone.

Also, like our slithering, crawling and biting friends, our dangerous flora are commonly found growing in our backyards.

So here are five plants you definitely don’t want growing in your garden (but can brag about to foreigners on the internet).

5. Oleander (Nerium oleander)

Named for a passing resemblance to the olive Olea, oleander will start by irritating your skin and, if you’re somehow able to eat enough of the horrible-tasting and bitter leaves, could cause fatal symptoms.

The effects on your stomach can be quite severe, especially if a child eats it.

Oleander is a common garden plant in Australia.

4. Angel’s Trumpets (Brugmansia)

Angel’s trumpets are an attractive flower resembling a colourful flared section of a trumpet.

While the seeds and leaves are the most potent, all parts of this plant contain toxic levels of compounds antagonistic to humans.

Angel’s trumpets are common in parks and gardens around Australia (though they’re on the “maybe-we-should-ban-this” list)

3. Strychnine tree (Strychnos nux-vomica)

The Strychnine tree is native to Australia and produces a lovely-looking orange-like fruit. The fruit is poisonous.

Sadly, so is the rest of the tree, even though it was used in medications until the sheer risk of it became pointless when safer alternatives become available.

This is why Australia has a reputation.

2. Deadly Nightshade (Atropa Belladonna)

Two to five berries can be fatal to an adult human though it only takes one leaf to be lethal. Those aside the root actually wins in terms of fatal potency.

It’s the ability for nightshade to be mistaken for blueberries that makes it scary.

Like angel’s trumpets, deadly nightshade isn’t native to Australia, but it is commonly found in our gardens.

1. Gympie Gympie (Dendrocnide moroides)

The gympie stinger is native to rainforest areas in northern regions of Australia and is known for being covered in tiny hairs that cause pain like being hit with acid and electrocuted after only the tiniest of contact.

The pain from these stings can last for years.

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How Does Cannabis Use Affect Glands and Hormone Production?

Cannabis is a plant, that is used for a variety of anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving purposes. However, very little is known about how cannabis interacts with the endocrine system. While some research shows that THC suppresses hormone secretion from the pituitary gland and hypothalamus, not many definitive conclusions can be drawn.

Human research is difficult to navigate because each patient will have a different reaction depending on many varying factors including diet, chemical exposure, endocannabinoid system (ECS), and general health. In addition to affecting vital sex hormones, evidence suggests that chronic cannabis use may also affect the adrenal, prolactin, thyroid, and growth hormones.

What is the Endocrine System?

The endocrine system is the communication department of your body. It’s made up of the pancreas, sex organs, hypothalamus, as well as pineal, thyroid, and adrenal glands, which communicate to other parts of the body by making hormones, the messengers of the endocrine system. These hormones regulate immunity, influence mood, proliferate growth, adjust metabolism, and even assist fertility. Some of the hormones you’ve probably heard of are fertility hormones (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, prolactin), thyroid, cortisol, and insulin.

The ECS has an integrated role within the endocrine system. Endocannabinoids influence mood, hunger, and energy , among other things, by interacting with hormones. Cannabis can influence the ECS by enhancing or altering its receptors, commonly known as CB1 and CB2 , that can bind to hormones but are also an essential regulator of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis . The HPA axis is one of the main endocrine system conductors that sends critical messages, by the use of hormones, to the body . These different processes of cannabis, found both in rat and human studies, affect the body by suppressing or engaging with hormones or the glands that secrete them and, ultimately, the multifaceted endocrine system.

Adrenal Hormones

The adrenal hormones are the main puppeteers of stress, energy, adrenaline, and blood pressure. They are a topic of interest in a healthy body, especially when they can be influenced by endocannabinoids found in cannabis. The adrenal glands also secrete a small amount of sex hormones, but not nearly enough to rival those produced in the reproductive organs. Cannabis suppresses adrenal activity , according to the 2009 study in the German journal Psychopharmacology study on the effects of cannabinoids on humans.

The suppression of the adrenal glands lowers blood sugar, which may raise cortisol in the short-term . Ongoing adrenal suppression can interfere with blood sugar regulation, raising cholesterol , and suppressing the immune system.

Prolactin

Prolactin is the hormone most people know as the breast-milk-producing hormone, though it has many other functions in the body, especially related to fertility. Prolactin increases with stress and age and affects most tissues in the body, such as skin and hair. High amounts of prolactin contribute to infertility and lowered sexual desire. If in fact, THC has been recorded to suppress pituitary hormones, one of which is prolactin.

High prolactin levels enhance stress in women as well as estrogen dominance, aggression, anxiety, depression, infertility, and osteoporosis, according to studies in the American Journal of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics . While lowered prolactin reduces the risk of breast and testicular cancer . In addition to reducing stress, less prolactin allows for more dopamine , which provides for feelings of elation and happiness. Though keeping prolactin low seems desirable, suppressing pituitary hormones such as prolactin and other reproductive hormones can negatively affect fertility and postpartum.

Thyroid

It is unclear exactly how cannabis affects the thyroid . Research shows that cannabinoids can have beneficial effects for those with Graves’ disease and Hashimoto’s disease but can also lower thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which regulates thyroid function. The thyroid is a very sensitive yet powerful gland that controls hormones that regulates mood, digestion, metabolism, and brain function. Cannabis suppresses pituitary hormones, which could cause changes in thyroid function, the consequences of which have yet to be determined by researchers.

Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

The human growth hormone (HGH) is one of the many hormones released via the pituitary gland, which is heavily influenced by the endocannabinoid system and CB1 receptors, those which are affected by THC consumption. The suppression of HGH is beneficial to suppress growth proliferation of a cancerous cell . This is one reason why cannabis is a wonderful prescription for cancer patients. On the other hand, they are crucial for female fertility and the support of the delicate female cycle. Also, as their name suggests, they’re very important for growth and development both physically and mentally. For underdeveloped children, suppressing these hormones is not a wise decision.

Endocannabinoids play a crucial role in the endocrine system between hormone-producing organs and glands to the hormones themselves. Because the endocrine system is so complex and not enough controlled human research has been conducted, it’s still not fully understood how cannabis exactly affects hormones and its impact on health.

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Can You Smoke Marijuana Leaves?

The question about “Can You Smoke Marijuana Leaves?” is often answered differently by different smokers. Normally, growers cultivate marijuana to obtain their high-quality buds for smoking. However, you can still do a lot of things with other parts of the plants. For example, you can roll a joint with the leaves of Marijuana.

First off, for curious smokers/users who are interested in knowing whether you can smoke cannabis leaves, Yes! It can be smoked; it was done in the past. However, it didn’t result in a customer’s satisfaction as it did not pose a high concentration of THC.

How is marijuana leaves different from the buds?

Buds were quick to gain notoriety for their staggering THC contents; by this, the leaves have faded into the abyss. However, there are weed leaves that can still be useful, a lot of people in today’s generation mash these leaves up and add them to the mixture that was obtained from the buds, in a Hookah or a Pipe. marijuana leaves can also be a decent substitute if you happen to run out of Cannabis.

For some people, they are not willing to add leaves in their marijuana, as it changes the flavors and texture of the smoke. Others prefer tobacco to add some spice to their flavors. Some people also don’t like smoking the leaves because they give headaches, so it is with the best interest to have them mashed and mixed with other marijuana strains.

Also, it should be noted that not all marijuana leaves can be smoked. In fact, users must avoid the largest leaves. Growers often use fertilizers when cultivating marijuana plants, when leaves are treated, they contain the highest amount of chemicals in it.

However, to put things on a clear note, Yes, the cannabis fan leaves can be smoked. For people still asking can you smoke cannabis leaves, here are some guidelines on why you can.

Cannabinoids are all over the plant!

Aside from the inside of the roots and stems, the Cannabis plant also has cannabinoids all over the plant. This is because the resin glands are all over the plant. However. Even if leaves are contained with cannabinoids, they boast only small traces of THC and CBD contents.

Also, there are different kinds of leaves in the cannabis plant. Everyone who takes a closer look at the buds should have a good understanding that they contain a large part of trichome-sparkled leaves. However, the leaves that surround the buds should not be put in the same category as the big-fan leaves when you factor in the amount of THC and CBD.

You need big amounts!

As was said earlier, marijuana leaves contain small traces of CBD and THC, so if you are looking to smoke them, make sure to have plenty. In general, weed leaves contain about 0% to .4% of CBD and THC, so a handful of them might not do the trick.

But if you happen to trim your leaves that stand out from the buds before it was harvested, you could see clearly that there are THC trichomes that are visible to the eye.

So, to sum it up, there is a varied range of marijuana leaves. However, all of these leaves vary from strain to strain, and each respective strain offers different contents of THC and CBD. So, they all differ from cannabinoid profiles.

Therefore, it is hard to say how high you can get from smoking marijuana leaves. Plus, your tolerance to its effects also plays a major role!

What are the types of marijuana leaves you can smoke?

Not all leaves are created of the same quality. As we said earlier, they vary from marijuana strains to another. However, all types of leaves a marijuana plant contains viable benefit for the entire plant. But if you really want to smoke marijuana leaves, it is important which type is best suited for smoking.

Sugar leaves/trimmings

They are usually found near the buds. This is the good part other than the buds. They are relatively small when compared to other types. They were named Sugar leaves because they are usually concealed in trichomes giving them a sugary white coat appearance, and these trichomes have THC.

I associate leave trimmings to sugar leaves because trimmings are just plain cuttings of the leaves that are added to sugar leaves. They are cut-off leaves that are also near to the buds. So, rather than cutting the entire leaves, you just simply trim it and add it to your sugar leaves mixture.

Both Sugar leaves and trimmings can possess THC because they are covered with trichomes. Although it will not give you an overpowering high as the buds do, they can certainly get the job done.

Fan Leaves

While sugar leaves are closer to the buds, the fan leaves grow the farthest to the buds. These leaves play a pivotal role in soaking up plenty of sunlight and other nutrients for your marijuana plant to grow. However, they don’t contain as much THC content as the sugar leaves do.

However, some fan leaves may contain high amounts of THC, so it is best to have it a try. Check the stems whether they contain trichomes; stems sometimes contain trichomes too. In the end, if you are really looking to get high, we highly advised that you take the Sugar leaves/trimmings route. It would just take a large number of leaves before you even get light headed, let alone be high.

Are there other alternative options?

If you are just looking for ways to get high, and smoking cannabis leaves isn’t your best choice. We’ve listed some options that may able to get you high.

Marijuana Edibles

Cannabis is edibles quickly gaining popularity; however – there is a downside when taking cannabis edibles orally when you ingest cannabis edibles orally; it will not be transported directly to your endocannabinoid system but by the liver.

When cannabinoids are absorbed by the liver, they only amount to a small proportion. This means that little amounts are only being absorbed; thus, eating cannabis might not sound good at all.

Cannabis extracts

When you are just about to toss away your marijuana leaves, pause for a moment, those are still valuable leaves in large amounts. As was said earlier, they only amount to small portions, but if you have a large number of leaves, those little portions could result in one big serving.

A good way to deal with those little amounts of marijuana leaves is to extract them. There are tons of ways on how to extract them, but the safest and easiest way is having them extracted in an Ice-O-later hash maker. With this equipment, you could extract only the trichomes that are sticking in the leaves of the stem.

Although the extracted amount is little when compared to regular buds, there is still something to be added, right? Doing it won’t hurt you anyways. Can you smoke marijuana leaves should be answered by you, there are many alternatives out there that maximize its uses. It is up to you and your imagination!

Final words

The answer to the question, Can you Smoke Marijuana leaves is already up there. I hope we helped answer your curiosity. There are plenty of ways how to use them, and sometimes, it is up to us to make the most out of everything we have! A curious mind will go a long way!

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2 Bedroom Apartment for Rent at 3315 Kearney St, Denver, CO.
80207, Denver County, CO

. side table too (all 1 yr old). Pets ok. Apply at TurboTenant: http rental turbotenant com p 3315-kearney-st-denver-co 415980 Property Id 415980

1 Bedroom Home for Rent at 615 East 16th Avenue #2, Denver.
80203, Denver County, CO

. below before the opportunity is gone. Https www zen zenlordpro com properties 615-East-16th-Avenue-Denver-CO property_units f66c3fc522f

4 Bedroom Home for Rent at 420 Laporte Ave, Fort Collins.
80521, Fort Collins, Larimer County, CO

. porch for relaxing. Located within minutes of Old Town and close to schools, grocery stores and coffee shops. Lots of parking and Pet Friendly.

5 Bedroom Home for Rent at 420 E State St, Ithaca, NY 14850.
14850, Ithaca, Tompkins County, NY

This is a professional-graduate co-op house in a great location just off the Commons. One room has become available for the spring semester in.

-710 / 1br – 500ft² – This Apartment Just Became Available!
80228, Denver County, CO

. and resident history screening. Come ready with your month worth of most recent pay stubs! 474 S Wright St Lakewood, CO 80228 1-888-420-4—

Mountain liv ing/private entrance
80433, CO

1100 / —ft2. SUNNY 1-bedroom/1 living room. Private entrance (Evergreen/Conifer) Available now Sorry No pets No smoking Not 420 friendly.

400-420 N. Oakland Ave. Studio Apartment for Rent at 400 N.
91101, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, CA

. 1 block up from the 210 freeway and metro link, you’re walking distance to all your favorite shops and restaurants including The Paseo Colorado.

400-420 N. Oakland Ave. Studio Apartment for Rent at 400 N.
91101, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, CA

. 1 block up from the 210 freeway and metro link, you’re walking distance to all your favorite shops and restaurants including The Paseo Colorado.

450 / 1br – 1 roommate needed 450month (boulder) (map)
Boulder County, CO

. room mate to take open room. 450 a month and utilities run about 50 a month. 2 guys live here now both out of school and working in boulder. 420.

650 Roommated needed/room open! (6th and arapahoe)
Boulder County, CO

. On 600 arapahoe move in as soon as you want. The room is in an apartment on the corner of 6th and arapahoe. Live with 2 guys, 20 and 23. 420.

3 bedroom, Denver CO 80204
80204, Denver County, CO

. friendly). The living room includes a workstation with a wireless all-in-one printer, card table and large sectional sofa, surround-sound.

420 W Cedar Ave Unit 802, Denver, CO 80223
80223, Denver County, CO

. dryer, gym, and pool. No Utilities included. Is pet friendly. Date Available: Oct 1st 2020. 1, 368/month rent. 500 security deposit required.

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Shannon Sharpe: “Josh Gordon Is A Marijuana Junkie”

Shannon Sharpe was a guest co-host on this morning’s episode of First Take and he had some weird things to say about Josh Gordon’s year-long suspension from the NFL.

Things start out relatively OK, but then the vein on Sharpe’s temple starts pulsating and he careens out of the realm of “political correctness” and into a place where he can loudly proclaim that Josh Gordon is just as bad off as a person who is addicted to heroin or meth. “When we call people junkies we think of meth, heroin, cocaine. Josh Gordon is a marijuana junkie. Simple.”

Josh Gordon is clearly very fond of smoking weed; the fact that he’s also been busted for DUI means that he very likely has a substance abuse problem. Even assuming he does, though, there are grades and degrees, and it is stupid as all hell to draw a line between his problems and those of someone who just can’t take the needle out of his arm. Weed, even when it serves as a crutch, is an essentially harmless drug, legal in two states and decriminalized in our nation’s largest cities. It’s the drug of choice for New York Times columnists , for Christ’s sake.

Josh Gordon is not missing a year of football because anyone thinks he needs a year off from his job to take care of what may be dependency issues, and he’s certainly not doing so because smoking weed turned him into a shell of a human, stumbling around the street in the early morning hours begging for change so he can get his next fix. Josh Gordon is missing a year of football because the NFL and NFLPA still treat weed as a Scary, Scary Drug and negotiated a CBA that reflects this viewpoint, even though the very thing for which he was suspended will likely be legal all across the country within a matter of years.

Shannon Sharpe was a guest co-host on this morning&#39;s episode of First Take and he had some weird things to say about Josh Gordon&#39;s year-long suspension from the NFL.

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on May 6th, 2020

A great after dinner treat! Great indica/hybrid. A nice smoke for sure.

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Great strain, earthy and fruity, 22% thc,starts off like a nice indica, euphoric yet kinda couch locked, but eventually turns on you. Becomes uplifting and energetic almost. Definitely a must try. I’d rate 4.5 stars if I could.

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