If you're looking for a way to enjoy your favorite herbs without having to roll them in a joint with tobacco or a tobacco alternative, then a pipe might be exactly what you're looking for! Pipes come in all shapes and sizes, from glass pipes to metal pipes. You can find all available pipes in this category.
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Why should I use a pipe?
Everyone has their own specific reasons for using a pipe. Some people find the resistance while taking a puff from a pipe to be pleasant, while others prefer the purer taste of the substance being smoked because pipes generally allow for smoking without mixing it with tobacco, for example. Additionally, a small pipe can be ideal if you're frequently on the go and don't want to roll a joint while traveling. It saves time and effort. If you want to have a quick smoking session on the go, simply fill the pipe with your favorite herbs and light it up.
How do you use a pipe?
Using a pipe is quite simple. First, you need to grind the herbs you want to smoke so that there are no large pieces remaining. Very large pieces don't burn well, and that would be a waste. However, be careful not to grind the herbs too finely, as this could cause some of the herbs to end up in the stem of the pipe and potentially into your mouth. Fill the pipe with the ground herbs and gently tamp them down. Keep in mind that the harder you tamp the herbs, the more resistance you'll experience when trying to take a puff. Once the pipe is filled, light the herbs and start taking puffs. It may take a few puffs to get the pipe going, depending on the type of herbs or tobacco you're using.
As you may have guessed, using a pipe for smoking herbs or tobacco requires some maintenance. When you smoke herbs or tobacco in a pipe, there will always be residues left behind, which can eventually affect the taste or clog the pipe. If you're using a glass or metal pipe, cleaning is relatively simple. Let's take the example of a metal pipe. Many metal pipes consist of several detachable parts. Disassemble all the metal parts and place them in a container with rubbing alcohol. The duration they need to stay in the alcohol will depend on how dirty the pipe is. Generally, soaking for an hour or two should be sufficient to loosen even stubborn residues. After removing the parts from the alcohol, rinse them under running (warm) water. If there are any residues remaining in the stem of the pipe, use a pipe cleaner to remove them. Reassemble all the parts of the pipe, and it will be as good as new!