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How to Smoke a Tobacco Pipe

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The art of pipe smoking is one of the oldest forms of tobacco use. The pipe remains a comforting approach often overlooked by the modern smoker. That said, take up pipe smoking because you’re interested in this rich experience, not because you think it’s a safe alternative to cigarettes. The health risks are comparable or only slightly reduced.

How to Smoke a Tobacco Pipe. The art of pipe smoking is one of the oldest forms of tobacco use. The pipe remains a comforting approach often overlooked by the modern smoker. That said, take up pipe smoking because you're interested in this…

Smoking Weed Out Of A Tobacco Pipe.

ganjames
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I used to be an occasional pipe smoker in my late teens so I have a few nice briar pipes. When I smoke bud with my small glass pipe I usually end up with a cherry and can take 5-6 hits without needing to light it. I knew my wood pipes could hold at least 4x more bud than my glass pipe, so I ground up some bud nice and fine and filled up one of my wood pipes.

I got a nice cherry on it, sat back and smoked it all to the end. Probably the most chill and relaxed way I have ever smoked bud. It took about 7-10 minutes to finish.

Obviously not the way to go if your a “weed conserver” but if you have bud to spare and a wood pipe laying around with a nice big chamber, give it a go.

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ganjames
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Just as good as usual. I liked not having to use a carb, plus I got nice thick smooth hits. Weed hits even smoother for me if I mix in a little tobacco (not pipe tobacco, cigarette tobacco) But since I quit smoking cigs a couple months ago I can’t do that.

Only downside would be cleaning it, the pipe would need more routine cleaning. And my few briar pipes cost $250+ each so it’s a must.

Tenner
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ganjames
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It is a nice relaxing way to toke, especially in the morning while watching the news.

But like I said the only downside is the cleaning, which you would have to often. I always thought sitting down at the table and watching TV while I clean my pipes was relaxing and stress relieving all in itself. I don’t know how it would be with weed resin though.

drew420fuckyou
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7cotton7
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Sr. Verde
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ganjames
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I could, I could. I don’t usually buy/make hash though.

It would have lasted even longer but I smoked it pretty quick because I was running little late that morning.

Devildog93
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PeacefulKid1992
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I used to be an occasional pipe smoker in my late teens so I have a few nice briar pipes. When I smoke bud with my small glass pipe I usually end up with a cherry and can take 5-6 hits without needing to light it. I knew my wood pipes could hold at least 4x more bud than my glass pipe, so I ground up some bud nice and fine and filled up one of my wood pipes.

I got a nice cherry on it, sat back and smoked it all to the end. Probably the most chill and relaxed way I have ever smoked bud. It took about 7-10 minutes to finish.

Obviously not the way to go if your a “weed conserver” but if you have bud to spare and a wood pipe laying around with a nice big chamber, give it a go.

I used to be an occasional pipe smoker in my late teens so I have a few nice briar pipes. When I smoke bud with my small glass pipe I usually end up with a…