5 frequent issues and options for weed customers

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Broken bongs and pipes

Accidents happen, especially when they are stoned. A broken bong is no fun. Aside from losing something that a person likes or that might have been expensive, there are weeds on the floor or carpet.

Count this bong away and don’t smoke from something that is broken, even if the damage is minor. The situation may call for a change in consumption methods, possibly rolling your own joint. With a clear head and a little research, a new bong is just the next purchase away.

Bad joints

Rolling joints isn’t a skill that all weed smokers possess. However, in most cases improper rolling can be fixed by learning how to do it correctly, adding some filters, buying the right roll paper, or, if all else fails, buying a cigarette roll. Remember, life is too short to get frustrated over a joint.

While too much marijuana smell isn’t a problem when you’re alone or surrounded by weed-friendly friends, it can be an issue when an unexpected guest comes by. / Photo by AaronAmat / Getty Images

Too much weed smell

While too much marijuana smell isn’t a problem when you’re alone or surrounded by weed-friendly friends, it can be an issue if an unexpected guest passes by or if someone in the building complains about the smell.

Getting rid of that skunky cannabis smell is difficult, but the easiest (though not always perfect) way to get rid of it is to cover it with a candle or a spritz of Febreze.

While some people can smoke freely, others cannot. For the latter group, devices like smoking buddies or vaporizers can make things a lot easier.

Getting too high

While experienced smokers are unlikely to get too high, this can happen when they try a new method, return from a tolerance break, or try a new strain.

When you feel too high, the best solution is to sleep it off. If you don’t have the time, go for a walk and have some water, anything that stimulates you and allows you to relax. There isn’t much to do other than stay calm and wait for the high.

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