Social distancing and other measures in place are making it difficult for smokers everywhere to maintain their stock. If you’re wondering how to stay medicated in all this madness, here are some solid tips on how to stretch your cannabis stash amid the lockdown.
For those who aren’t as familiar with cleaning a metal smoking pipe, there’s nothing to fear. Keeping your pipe in tip-top shape is simple once you get the hang of it. In this article, we’ll guide you through the tools, tips, and ways to keep your metal smoking pipe working like a charm.
Alyssa Yeoman is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and producer in Seattle, Washington. Alyssa is a co-host of the popular Leafly podcast, The Roll-Up, and works locally as a producer for Seattle's Naked Brunch, QTPOC Is Not A Rapper, and Unladylike at Comedy Underground, as well as the regional director for Don't Tell Comedy Seattle and host of Seattle's Moth StorySLAM. Because of Alyssa's reputation as a highlarious cannaseur, we decided to send them The Brockton to try out. This was what Alyssa had to say.
Delighting in the ritual often requires a bit of time and effort. As a matter of fact, most people need tools and accessories to help them enjoy their experience to the fullest. Nowadays there are accessories of all kinds, but depending on how you prefer to indulge, you may lean towards certain products. Still, there are essential accessories that everyone can enjoy regardless of their personal style or preference. Read on to discover the five essential accessories you’ll need to help you fully enjoy your next session.
Having a well-designed and high-quality piece to smoke out of isn’t the only thing that matters to smokers and it shouldn’t be! Whether you’re a recreational smoker or smoke like a chimney, you want to be sure that your gear is safe to use. Although brass has a long history of being used in pipes, it’s rare to see it in smoke shops nowadays. While some people might interpret that as a bad sign, we’re here to lay the rumours to rest.