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STEPS TO PLAN FOR FILLING A SMOKING PIPE

This guide is written on popular demand. It is intended to tell not only how to smoke a pipe (without elite and abstruse terms), but also whether you should start it at all. The article is free from the inherent theme of elitism, does not load with terms and it is relaxing, so conceived.

  1. GRIND THE WEED

We mentioned it before: crush your weed with or without a grinder. Try to ensure that it is consistent and even. Prevent it from becoming a cannabis powder. If you wanna get more tips and equipment for smoking then you can visit https://www.smokeday.com

2. PLACE A SCREEN IN YOUR PIPE

Place the screen you selected in the center of the pipe. Make sure your screen is the right size, otherwise crumbs will appear where you don't want them.

3. DENSITY

Seasoned pipe smokers know that it is better to fill the pipe a little lighter at the bottom and a little more solid at the top. That way it becomes a silky smooth smoking experience. It ensures that combustion and air flow are better and that inhalation becomes easier. Definitely recommended!


4. SMOKER'S ETIQUETTE

Yes, there is a certain smoking etiquette when smoking a pipe. And especially if you do it with a couple of friends. Here we have a list of tips for the novice pipe smoker who can help. Don't panic if it's all a bit too much for you. Pipe smokers are always relaxed personalities and very forgiving. Make sure you stay courteous. Who does well, meets well!

HOW TO: CORNERING YOUR BONG

If you are an experienced blower, then you are probably familiar with 'cornering'. Here you light only a part of a bong or pipe bowl, in order to save unburned weed for later. If you do it right, the 'cherry effect' may arise. This is a red embers at the bottom of the pipe that continues to burn from hoist to hoist. This makes re-lighting unnecessary.

If you use the flame in a controlled way, you avoid roasting your top, which detracts from the taste and produces unwanted chemicals. Cornering is considered a good practice when you smoke with a group of friends. The initial burning of green weed produces an explosion of flavors. It is not entirely fair if the first person experiences this. With cornering everyone in the group has an equally pleasant experience.

There are a few ways to do this. First of all, it is possible to keep your lighter completely on the edge. For example, only one corner of the pipe bowl burns (hence the name). Another method is to keep the lighter above the bowl. For example, only the tip of the flame drops when inhaled. A third way is to use a hemp wick to burn a small piece of weed at a time.

There are a number of alternatives to cornering. For example, partially refill the pipe bowl after each puff. Or fill small individual bowls for everyone. You can also ignore these considerations and ignite the entire pipe bowl if it is your turn. However, these methods ignore the common idea behind the smoking process. Everyone thinks about each other with cornering. Cannabis etiquette is something you have to learn. And once you master it, you never have a lack of buddies to blow with.

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