Pipes come in all sizes and somewhat resemble a tobacco pipe. The difference usually being that the shape of a cannabis pipe is most often a cylinder.
Simple to artistic glass pipes are easy to clean and let you see the opaqueness of the smoke as the toke is drawn. Monitoring how much smoke was generated and how much you choose to inhale keeps you from coughing or ending your session early due to sore throat or lungs. Glass pipes are durable but not meant to be dropped or jostled around in a bag without padding.
Ceramic pipes are typically cheaper but tend to be painted as opposed to clear so it’s more difficult to see how much smoke you're getting from a toke.
Wooden pipes are often smaller and chosen for their portability and stealth with some offering flower storage.
Metal pipes are nearly indestructible, for outdoor activities or frequent transport, but get hot with lots of use and have the harshest smoking experience.
Pipes are still as popular as joints as a way to consume cannabis. They are simple to use and can be easy to conceal. However, they can be smelly to transport unless kept in a carrying case.
The tide is turning. A majority of Americans think cannabis should be legal and our laws, state by state, are starting to accomplish this. But millions are still denied access, or languish in prisons, due to antiquated laws that hurt rather than help us.
Do your part to help these fellow citizens and show the world how cannabis should be managed, with education, understanding and compassion:
- Support reform legislation efforts by the Senate
- Ask your Congressional Representative to join the Cannabis Caucus
- Support Veterans’ access to Medical Marijuana