The best and easiest ways to smoke marijuana
It is easy to forget how confusing cannabis can be to the non experienced newcomer. I remember back when I was a rookie I thought everyone smoked the leaves, I had no idea what bud actually was! With the visual aspects aside there was a whole new confusion; how to actually get high! I found an awesome how to smoke weed guide online pretty similar to the one I just linked too, I took the advice and switched from failing to roll a joint to using bongs… I never looked back!
The simplest & easiest way to Smoke Marijuana
I had managed to roll a joint that was capable of smoking only a handful of times and whenever I ‘hit’ it I ended up coughing and feeling uncomfortable with my soar throat and cramped lungs. As gross as it sounds, it is not healthy and can easily put off a person from smoking again. The amazing thing I found with bongs is that I could barely feel the smoke entering my mouth, so the first time I did end up getting higher than anticipated! But after I learnt to control the smoke output I got the recipe perfect. I haven’t tried adding ice but I see a lot of hype on the yahoo forums about how much better the taste is. I plan on trying out the ice sometime this month once my new novelty shaped ice tray arrives. Don’t forget that you can even add flavored water to your bong for extra taste.
The old fashioned roll up or the bong
After a night on and way too many whiskey and cokes inside of me I thought it would be a good idea to score some smoke with a friend. We succeeded and headed over to the local church to light up and chill, but it had been a long time since I had experienced a coughing choke out brought up by smoking weed and in my drunken mess I took three big puffs and began one of the worst experiences in my life. I ended up throwing up violently and my mouth tasted like sick and stale smoke, mixed with a little tobacco as my friend likes to use that. It was nothing like the smooth hits from my bong, that is for sure.
The interesting thing was that I had a friend who struggled to not cough when smoking, but after ignoring the problem he ‘smoked through it’.