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What uses less weed, pipes of joints?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by TheSwissStoner, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. Hi Guys

    So I was thinking of getting a pipe and I'm interested in knowing how pipes compare to joints in terms of weed usage. So for my average joint (we always smoke spliffs here because it's way cheaper) I use 0.3-0.5g to get me nice and high for like 4h.

    My question is, how much weed do you have to smoke in a pipe for the same effects?

  2. pipes and bongs use less herb than joints and blunts
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  3. You have to smoke weed before it turns into smoke.

    Pipes are 65% more efficient than joints. Let me explain.

    One bowl pack in a spoon does not go cherried so you can stop the active burning process at will. You are welcome for this knowledge.
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  4. Pipes and glass in general are far more efficient than rolling
  5. I prefer pipes for weed conservation. You can pack just what you need and snuff out between hits if desired. It's also better for stealth if that's needed.
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  6. What kind of stealth? That can be true if trying to smoke inside with parents but is absolutely untrue in any other circumstance I would think. Joints leave no evidence behind once you toss the roach and don't require a bright flame to come up every 2-3 minutes.
  7. I was talking about the smoke and some of the smell. I have a Journey brand pipe with a smoke tight lid that swings shut in a flash.
  8. bowls are more efficient and use less weed
  9. Don't smoke in the dark! Ha ha!
  10. In my experience that's not usually an option for most people

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