In the world of cannabis, things are becoming increasingly complicated. With an ever-expanding supply of strains and products, it’s essential to keep track of all the latest trends so you can make smart decisions about how to consume your weed. The article explores some of the most popular cannabis consumption methods, including smoking and vaping and edibles.
Bongs are a popular and easy-to-use method of consuming cannabis. Bongs come in all shapes, sizes, and materials; some are made of plastic, while others are glass or metal. The main purpose of a bong is to filter smoke through water before it enters your lungs, which makes it healthier than smoking tobacco or other substances directly out of a pipe or joint (unless you’re using an edible).
Bong use involves inhaling from the mouthpiece while lighting up some herb at the other end–typically referred to as “packing” or “loading” the bowl–and then taking three long drags before passing it over to someone else who repeats this process until everyone has had their turn with it once again (or until there’s nothing left).
Dry Herb Vaping
Vaping is a healthier option than smoking, and it’s more discreet. You can use your vape pen on the go without worrying about anyone noticing it. It’s also convenient to carry around in your pocket or purse–you won’t have to worry about carrying around rolling papers, lighters, joint wraps, or ashtrays when using a vape pen!
Vaping has become increasingly popular as a method of consuming cannabis because it allows users to medicate discreetly without having any odor associated with smoking marijuana. Dry herb vapes are becoming more widespread due to their portability and convenience.
Edibles are a popular cannabis consumption method, and they can be made with butter, oil, or any other cooking ingredient that you would usually use in your favorite recipes. The effects of edibles take much longer than smoking or vaping because they need to digest through the stomach before entering the bloodstream and traveling through your body.
The effects of edibles last from 2-6 hours depending on how much you eat and whether or not you have eaten recently before taking them (eating before ingesting an edible will help prevent some adverse side effects). Edible types include gummies/candies, baked goods such as brownies & cookies, and chocolates & hard candies.
Dabbing is a famous method of consuming cannabis that involves inhaling vapor from concentrated doses of the drug. It’s done with a special tool called a dab rig or dab nail, which heats up your oil or wax until it becomes liquid and then vaporizes it for you to inhale.
Dabbing provides more intense effects than smoking marijuana because there’s no burning involved in this process, so you can consume more THC (the active ingredient in cannabis).
Smoking Joints or Blunts
Joints and blunts are the most traditional way of consuming cannabis. They’re easy to make and a great way to enjoy your stash with friends, but they aren’t as discreet as edibles or concentrates.
Joints are rolled in paper, while blunts use tobacco leaves instead of rolling papers. The difference between the two is that joints burn faster than blunts because they don’t have any tobacco leaf material inside them (which makes them easier to light).
The consumption of cannabis is a personal choice, and your method will depend on your preferences and lifestyle. Choose any one of them according to your preference and consumption use.