We are blessed with variety in South Africa when it comes to cannabis culture and our blooming cannabis industry. We can even boast that we have a few online cannabis culture shows that cover everything CANNABIS. In this article we will discuss 3 top shows made for South Africans who like to smoke a bit of weed.
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You are undoubtedly aware that all the phases of the cannabis plant
require substantial amounts of light. Regardless of your experience
in growing cannabis, you as well know that across every stage in the
there is the functional spectrum needful for triggering optimal
growth and proper yields in the long run.
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in recent years has become a hugely popular alternative to smoking.
Since the first commercial vaporizer was launched in 1993 it has
turned into a multi-billion dollar industry. In this article I will
be discussing past, present and future of vaping and why it is so
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fantasy of smoking is an exclusive pastime. Visuals of the swirling
smoke patterns are magical! They transpire one to an awakening dream
right away. To see the formless in motion, disappearing gently
engages the senses inexplicably. The rich texture of taste and smell
completes the experience.
Continue reading The Joy to See Smoke Swirling in Glass Pipes
Of all the ways to consume cannabis, the trusty joint is not only the most iconic, but it’s often the most fun too. A joint is great to share in a session with friends, it’s practical, portable and delivers delicious flavour with a great high. Unlike glass bongs or pipes, there’s nothing to carry with you, clean or worry about breaking. For experienced cannabis smokers, rolling a joint often becomes a ritualistic aspect of getting high and turns into more of an artform than a necessary step. It’s no wonder that the ‘doobie’ is the first thing that comes to mind when most people think of smoking cannabis.
Continue reading How to Roll A Perfect Joint: A Technique for Beginners