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As one of the more unique lighters on the market, inverted lighters make smoking cannabis safer. Being able to angle the flame away from your hand solves the painful problem of accidental burns. An inverted lighter, like the Carbon by Vessel, features a special, ergonomic design that helps avoid accidental burns. For regular cannabis users, this makes smoking more enjoyable, especially if you use pipes and bongs. 
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Smoking cannabis isn’t quite as cut and dry as it used to be. While there have always been a variety of ways to smoke marijuana — varying across cultures, locations and time — there seems to be an even more expansive sea of choices, now more than ever. With all of these different ways to smoke weed, the ball is really in the court of cannabis consumers.
For centuries, people have been smoking dry herb out of chillum pipes, otherwise known as bats and one-hitters in today’s terminology. These pocket-sized, slender pipes are designed for portable cannabis use and allow you to microdose with ease. 
As cannabis continues to receive more attention in the health and wellness realm for its therapeutic properties, those attempting to manage chronic discomfort may find relief in the plant and its potentially helpful benefits. Utilizing cannabis for pain, irritation and inflammation, users have indicated great relief through individual components.
The advancements of vaping in particular are able to provide a much more personalized and specified experience through temperature control. It’s through this temperature control we’re able to draw on and express different terpenes, cannabinoids and general effects. Knowledge is power in this sense; it allows you to truly get what you want from your vaping experience.

There are dozens of weed shows to choose from, but only a handful are thinking outside of the box to portray recreational users and medical patients in a different light. Whether you’re looking for a laugh or want to get lost in true stories, these shows all feature original perspectives and opportunities to learn about cannabis culture. 

Many factors contribute to the type of high — and how high — someone will get when using cannabis. From different strains, to different terpene profiles, cannabis is essentially a “choose your own adventure” activity for smokers looking for the best high out there. Ultimately though, those attempting to figure out how to get higher or establish what gives them the best high should look inward toward their own personal preferences. 
As additional studies continue to provide evidence that different types of marijuana have the potential to help with varying medical / health conditions, it may be beneficial to stay ahead of the trends. And, because the world of cannabis is so vast, it’s important to bring it back to the basics. Understanding how different types of weed produce different kinds of effects, and can be implemented for many different reasons, is paramount. 
Purchasing cannabis products doesn’t have to be stressful or intimidating — not with the proper dispensary shopping guide at least. Following just a handful of dispensary tips can transform those uncertain visits of the past into confident visits of the future, and even more importantly, a positive cannabis experience.
Inspect your cannabis under the light and you’ll notice snow-like dust caked on the inside and outside of the flower. This sticky resin is made up of hundreds of crystals, or trichomes, which are responsible for housing the psychoactive and aromatic elements of marijuana. Learn more!
Have you ever wondered what the differences between CBD and THC are? Or if CBD gets you high? While you’re probably aware that they’re both some form of cannabis, these two chemical compounds can produce vastly different results. Before you engage in using either of them, it’s important to know what they are — and what they do. 
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At low doses, THC-V acts like the complete opposite of THC and doesn’t stimulate brain receptors responsible for the munchies. Similarly, CBD-dominant strains can mute the voice in your head that tells you to eat everything. CBD has been said to suppress appetite more than THC, which goes to show that not all cannabis is the same. Check out this itty-bitty list of strains good for curbing the munchies.