There are certain things that just always end up happening when you start smoking pot. For example, you become way more interested in botany now that you have a reason to be interested in growing cannabis. You also will become an expert on how to roll a joint.
Fairly recently, one of Budweiser's top advisors called marijuana "the new craft beer," and if we were honest, we have to agree.
Smoking concentrates has become more popular than ever before, and that means that the concentrate accessory economy has been booming. The most popular accessory to shop for—aside from pipes that allow you to smoke butane oil, wax, shatter, and other dabs—are the actual dab mats for concentrates.
There are a lot of people out there who love to smoke weed, but don't know how to roll a blunt. There are also many people out there who can teach you how to roll a cross joint, but just legitimately hate rolling joints with a passion.
The presence of drug culture has evolved dramatically over the years. Now, it's more dim and under the radar than ever before. This brings us to a modern world full of ambitious medical observations, where the challenge for most pot smokers is trying to believe their favorite plant isn't a dangerous narcotic. This is cannabis 101, uncovering the self in line with one's pot usage. Nowadays, a large majority of pot smoking takes place not only all across the country, but the entire world. With so many of us now smoking the devil's cabbage more regularly, I think it's high time we discuss the most awesome of all pothead games around.
Up until fairly recently, I had a glass pipe. Actually, I had many of them. However, over the years, they've been lost, stolen, thrown at my head, chucked in toilets, left on train tracks, and dropped into oblivion.
Rolling a joint is a bit of a lost art form these days, with so many smokers opting for the easier to use bowls, pens, and one-hitters. There is much less human error involved in those methods, and they tend to be more economical, unlike rolling a lousy joint and burning through a bunch of weed in the blink of an eye. However, that doesn't mean you should throw in the towel on joint rolling all together and, honestly, it's just one of those things weed smokers should know.
If there's one thing that I enjoy doing when I'm not writing, it's smoking weed while having a drink. As a CBD oil lover and a typical herb smoker, I take pride in giving every kind of herbal intake a try — and I like to do it in style.
Have you ever walked into a stoner friend's house and felt like you've been transported back in time, to say, Woodstock or something? Great home decor can really take your smoking experience to the next level. What is the best room decor for dedicated stoners? Well, that depends on the kind of stoner you're dealing with, but there are a few constants when it comes to smoking rooms.
Crystals transcend all ages. They are loved by curious children and treasured by career-driven adults. Now cannabis connoisseurs can get their crystal healing on while getting high thanks to crystal stone pipes.
Everyone has a favorite rolling paper. I like Raws. They never fail and have great branding. But because of this, Raws are for a standard roll. They don't leave an impression or mark an occasion. Raw doesn't have an answer for all my stoner needs and challenges. Sometimes smoking a joint is bigger than Raw. Sometimes I need more discretion. More often than not, I just crave variety — so, I search for something different. I want a rolling paper that has personality, that feels fresh or stylized. I want a paper with some history or a message. See these crazy rolling papers you've probably never heard of.
Stoner girls always have good taste, which is why finding the best gifts for your stoner girlfriend can be such a hard task to accomplish. After all, stonerettes tend to want something that's both functional and stylish — no matter what its use is for.