Unique Ways to Consume Marijuana

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As more and more states legalize cannabis for medical and recreational use, more and more people are exploring unique ways to consume this versatile plant. From edibles to topicals, there are endless possibilities for incorporating cannabis into your daily routine. Here are a few creative and unique ways to consume cannabis that you may not have thought of before:

  1. The “Hot Box” This classic method involves finding a small, enclosed space (like a closet or a car) and filling it with as much smoke as possible. The goal is to get as high as humanly possible, and the hot box is a surefire way to get there. Just make sure you have a designated driver or a comfortable spot to crash once the munchies set in.

  2. Edibles For those who don’t enjoy smoking or vaping, edibles are a great option. From gummies and brownies to chocolate bars and cookies, there are endless delicious ways to consume cannabis. Just be careful with dosage – edibles can take up to two hours to take effect, and it’s easy to accidentally overdo it.

  3. The “Bong rip” Bongs are a popular choice for cannabis consumption, and for good reason. The water in the bong helps to cool and filter the smoke, making for a smoother and more enjoyable experience. Plus, there’s nothing quite like the satisfying sound of a bong hit. Just be sure to clean your bong regularly to avoid any unwanted flavors or odors.

  4. Vaping Vaping has become a popular alternative to smoking in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. Vapes produce less odor and are generally considered to be healthier than smoking. Plus, there are a ton of different vape oils and flavors to choose from, so you can mix and match to find your perfect combination.

  5. The “Joint roll” Joints may not be as popular as they once were, but they’re still a classic way to consume cannabis. Rolling a joint takes a bit of practice, but once you get the hang of it, it’s a fun and convenient way to enjoy your weed on the go. Just don’t forget the lighter!

  6. Topical creams and lotions Cannabis doesn’t just have to be consumed – it can also be applied topically for a variety of benefits. From relieving muscle soreness to reducing inflammation and redness, cannabis-infused creams and lotions are a great option for those who want the benefits of cannabis without the psychoactive effects.

  7. Dabbing” Dabbing is a more intense way to consume cannabis, involving the use of a special rig and a concentrated form of THC called “shatter” or “wax.” Dabbing is not for the faint of heart – the high is much more potent than traditional methods of consumption – but for those who are looking for a more intense experience, it’s definitely worth trying.

  8. Microdosing” For those who want to enjoy the benefits of cannabis without getting too high, microdosing is the way to go. This involves consuming small, controlled doses of cannabis throughout the day, allowing you to experience the benefits without the intense psychoactive effects.

  9. Moon rocks” Moon rocks are a unique and highly potent way to consume cannabis. They’re made by taking a high-quality nug of weed and coating it in oil (usually hash oil) and then rolling it in kief (a fine powder made from trichomes, the tiny crystal-like structures on cannabis plants). The result is a super-potent and super-tasty treat that’s sure to get you lifted.

  10. Gravity bongs” Gravity bongs are a DIY way to consume cannabis that involves using a plastic bottle and a bucket of water. The idea is to fill the bottle with smoke, remove the bowl, and then slowly lift the bottle out of the water, allowing the smoke to be inhaled

There are so many unique and creative ways to consume cannabis, and the list is constantly growing as new products and methods are developed. Whether you’re a seasoned cannabis enthusiast or just starting to explore the world of weed, there’s sure to be a method of consumption that’s right for you. Consume safely.


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