In 2003, Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik patented the world’s first electronic cigarette, and in the following decade-and-a-half advancements and modifications to the original design have caused the electronic cigarette to become one of the world’s foremost staples in both nicotine and cannabis consumption. Today, nicotine e-cigarettes can be found at most gas stations and variations for consuming cannabis concentrates are popular at the same venues in some states. If what you are looking for is more of a nicotine alternative than consider trying Juul. They are a great way to quit smoking cigarettes and much healthier for you.
Are you tired of coughing up a lung from smoking your medicine through a bong? Fatigued from countless trips to the Head Shop? Dissatisfied with your vaporizer? Sick of waiting an hour for your edibles to kick in? Well… I’m mostly ok with everything, too, but as it turns out, there’s another method of consuming Cannabis that scientists are saying is not only healthier for you, but actually allows your body to absorb more weed than you’re used to.
The year was 1938 and a new contraption had just been patented that would remove months of dry rotting required to separate fiber from the hemp plant. What had, for millennia, been a seasonal process to rot the fiber out of the hemp stalks, had now become an afternoon of labor; a development that had huge implications for a number of already prosperous industries, from paper production to fuel.
As cannabis legalization continues to sweep the US and the world by storm, a surrounding market for ways to consume the sacred herb has continued to emerge from the woodwork of the underground and underappreciated, and into the spotlight of mainstream marketing. As a result, a surprising number of innovative new devices continue to appear in the realm of water pipe designs. It’s pretty sweet.