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Old 7th November 2019 | Show parent
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the pin & glass method
I used to do this back in the day whenever I was running out of hash.
We also used improvised bongs and things.
One day I had made one from a shampoo bottle and the plastic melted, I inhaled the smoke without realizing and got seriously sick.
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I used to do this back in the day whenever I was running out of hash.
We also used improvised bongs and things.
One day I had made one from a shampoo bottle and the plastic melted, I inhaled the smoke without realizing and got seriously sick.
Thanks Mem, that made me laugh!!. I've been there in a similar situation. Smoking plastic is not good.

I've partaken in many many drugs over my years. Addictions here and there. The one drug I cannot get off is Nicotine.

Speed, Coke, LSD, MJ and others. I gave them up years ago. Perhaps a little bit of Mary Jane these days, but I can't give up Nicotine!!!. It's worse than the other drugs. And it's Legal!!!!...

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Old 7th November 2019
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I was about 13 when I heard "Earache My Eye". No drugs were ever taken. We just loved the words and did our own rendition. Love the lyrics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJW67QN24SA
Old 8th November 2019
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And now... a little science.

https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/11/08/hea...-bn/index.html
Old 12th November 2019
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Vaping nearly killed me, says British teenager https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-50377256

Saw this today.

Discuss.
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Vaping nearly killed me, says British teenager https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-50377256

Saw this today.

Discuss.
It seems the kid had an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients. That sucks but is no different than someone having an allergic reaction to peanuts or a hundred other allergens.... maybe they need to add allergen warnings to vaping products?

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what about vaping using dry herb and a stand alone vaporizer? haven't read up on this much but it seems like a lot of cases are related to e-cig users with the liquids. hope they figure this schit out
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what about vaping using dry herb and a stand alone vaporizer? haven't read up on this much but it seems like a lot of cases are related to e-cig users with the liquids. hope they figure this schit out
I've brought this up several times starting with the first post in this thread.
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what about vaping using dry herb and a stand alone vaporizer? haven't read up on this much but it seems like a lot of cases are related to e-cig users with the liquids. hope they figure this schit out
According to the CNN article above, vaping problems exist because Vitamin E, used to make concentrates, is sticky and stays on the walls of the lungs. I’m assuming that vaping bud doesn’t have the same problem since it’s not a concentrate.
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It seems the kid had an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients. That sucks but is no different than someone having an allergic reaction to peanuts or a hundred other allergens.... maybe they need to add allergen warnings to vaping products?

Alistair
Also the bit about smoking being 95% more dangerous or words to that effect...
Old 14th November 2019 | Show parent
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Any kind of combustion is going to release particles likely to have a negative impact on your lungs if breathed in.

I've never liked smoking joints, I always figured that sucking in the ash from the burning paper was probably as bad or worse for you than the burning marijuana.

And of course the sticky finger issue.
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Any kind of combustion is going to release particles likely to have a negative impact on your lungs if breathed in.

I've never liked smoking joints, I always figured that sucking in the ash from the burning paper was probably as bad or worse for you than the burning marijuana.

And of course the sticky finger issue.
There's no question smoke and particulates are not good for the lungs.

However there's been conjecture whether marijuana has some mitigating effects on lung health, citing its anti-inflammatory properties and as an expectorant.

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Smoking anything, including marijuana, is never a good idea for people with lung disease. But, marijuana in other forms may benefit people with COPD.

No conclusive research indicates that marijuana can treat COPD. Certain factors make performing clinical studies with marijuana difficult. The strength of marijuana can vary greatly, depending on the variety, for example.

Also, research has shown that many people who smoke marijuana also smoke cigarettes, which can make it difficult to isolate the effects of marijuana.

However, some research indicates that marijuana use may increase forced vital capacity (FVC).

FVC is the amount of air that a person can forcefully and quickly exhale after taking a deep breath. Reduced FVC is one sign of COPD.

According to a 2015 reviewTrusted Source of 19 studies, smoking marijuana may increase FVC, though the reasons remain somewhat unclear.

Some researchers have suggested that CBD and THC may decrease swelling in the lungs and help to open the airways in people with COPD.


It is important to understand that many medications and other treatments for COPD exist and that these do not involve marijuana.

Treatment for COPD often involves bronchodilators and steroids that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have studied and approved. The FDA have not approved marijuana to treat COPD.


https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/art...ana-treat-copd
Whereas it's practically taboo for athletes to smoke cigarettes now days, weed use has spiked exponentially, even at the highest professional levels, though that might be just reflective of general cultural trends. Nevertheless it doesn't seem to have any bearing on performance or competition.
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Nevertheless it doesn't seem to have any bearing on performance or competition.
How many tokes to get high? And then how many inhalations for a pack-a-day smoker? Regular tobacco smoking must be on the order of 1000 times more exposure to harmful tar, ash, etc than spliff. I mean, unless you're like Cheech and Chong . . .
Old 18th November 2019 | Show parent
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Yeah, that's to be expected. But I imagine legal vape companies are suffering much more.

Apparently Trump is backing away from a ban on flavoured vape products. You'd think out of pragmatism and legal concerns, but basically purely a political move, as a result of the apparent potential backlash from his vape toking base. It's a very volatile issue.
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Yeah, that's to be expected. But I imagine legal vape companies are suffering much more.

Apparently Trump is backing away from a ban on flavoured vape products. You'd think out of pragmatism and legal concerns, but basically purely a political move, as a result of the apparent potential backlash from his vape toking base. It's a very volatile issue.
I won’t remove this, but a warning to everyone to leave the political discussion please!
Old 6th September 2020 | Show parent
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Which is more dangerous? Going to the circus or doing your laundry?
Eating a burger or watching Battlestar Galactica?
Taking a walk or petting your dog?
Answers: 1-goingtothecircus 2-eatingaburger 3-takingawalk
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Answers: 1-goingtothecircus 2-eatingaburger 3-takingawalk
Though it might depend on your dog's disposition.
Old 6th September 2020 | Show parent
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I did consider this, but most people wouldn't have kept a dog that was that crazy.

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Though it might depend on your dog's disposition.
Old 6th September 2020 | Show parent
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I did consider this, but most people wouldn't have kept a dog that was that crazy.
One would think.
Old 6th September 2020
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Be careful with vaping high PG ejuices. PG is actually quite ototoxic and can potentially cause tinnitus amongst other things.

VG juices should be used instead.

Best option (the one I pick) is to not vape at all. I quit earlier in the year and I only used VG ejuices but even still I eventually realised that sucking anything but fresh air into my lungs was not a good idea.
Old 18th September 2020
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I've had to stop seeing some friends who vape, some people think it's acceptable to vape indoors...it really isn't I don't want to be breathing that crap into my lungs thankyou, most people who smoke it are brainwashed and believe it's safe, my gut feeling is that it definitely isn't safe and that includes passive smoking it involuntarily.
Old 23rd November 2020
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Oh my, I was joking, but ...
Old 9th December 2020
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I started having insomnia due to vaping. Because of this I couldn`t work properly. On Canada Drugs I read about good ways to get rid of insomnia. So I reduced my nicotine dose. It didn't help me so I gave it up. I read about medications to improve sleep. Every morning I ran, ventilated the room, ate healthy food, didn`t sit on the phone before bed and tried to go to bed and wake up at the same hour. It all really brought a good result and I'm happy because I don't have a bad habit now - vaping.
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most people who smoke it are brainwashed and
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, my gut feeling is that

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