Bongs and Pipes: What is the Greatest Possibility for New Hashish People who smoke?

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Both options have their advantages and disadvantages.

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Maria Loreto • • The fresh toast Water pipes make for a more even hit.  /. Water pipes make for a more even hit. /. Photo by Zheka-Boss / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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Bongs and pipes are great first steps for any cannabis enthusiast. They are a natural evolution for someone who has smoked weed with friends and wants to develop a deeper relationship with weeds.

New cannabis smokers face many exciting first steps, including whether to buy sativa or indica, consume groceries, smoke joints, or vapes, and which papers to use. It can all be very overwhelming.

One of the more exciting events is a person buying their first piece of smoking. Should that be a bong or a pipe? They both have their pros and cons.

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Bongs and pipes are the most traditional ways of smoking. With one of these, a person needs some cannabis too, and hopefully a grinder. A breakdown of the two follows.

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Pipes are considered a convenient and portable option. Aside from being discreet, they don’t require any skill. Pack the bowl and the tube is ready to go.

Pipes are usually cheaper and last longer. If it falls to the ground and breaks, they are relatively inexpensive and very easy to replace. It is unlikely that many tears will be shed.

Whistles are a great option for someone experimenting with cannabis. It’s a simple and cheap commitment.

The tube can be put away when not in use and does not take up much space. Smoking pipes are a good option if you live with people who don’t smoke and if you are trying to be discreet.

Bongs

For their part, bongs aren’t portable or easy to disguise, but they’re one of the first and most popular investments for cannabis users. Bong users generally seem to be committed to their equipment of choice and prefer it to any other part or method.

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Using water pipes, they’ll provide a smoother hit, keep some of the ash in the water, and likely prevent the lungs from feeling irritated.

While slightly intimidating to those who have never used them, bongs are easier to control than hits from other devices. However, since they are a little more expensive than the average pipe, it is wise to do some research as there are tons of options. Remember that they are sensitive and not discreet.

Bongs and pipes are great first steps for any cannabis enthusiast. They are the natural progression for someone who has smoked weed with friends and wants to develop a deeper relationship with cannabis.

In the end, it comes down to personal preferences and whether a person wants something that can be worn on the go or comfortably smoked indoors.

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