Pipes have always been a classic way to complete any smoking session. Glass, wood, composite and beyond, the styles of pipes available are seemingly endless.
People have been smoking from pipes for centuries. Each pipe is unique and they all vary in size, shape, and material used to make them. The main function of a pipe is to provide a bowl for dry herb to be incinerated and then inhaled from the other end of the piece.
Look for a tiny hole on the side of the pipe next to the bowl, this is called the “rush”. The reason for the name is because when you are inhaling the smoke (while simeotaneously lighting the bowl) the hole needs to be covered, once it's released the pipe unleashes a rush of smoke to the consumer. Groovy, right.
Fyi, not all pipes have a rush… depends on preference
Pipes are always a dry hit with no water involved for a quick and easy session. When you're done, tap it out and you're on your way.
Once you add water to the style of a pipe then you actually have a bubbler or bong.
However, simply adding water into your smoking pipe will not achieve desired effect, you literally need to buy a bong or bubbler with a downstem to use water, lol.
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