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April 14, 2019

Smoking out of pipes has long been the favorite way for many people to smoke tobacco and herbs. Dating back centuries, bamboo and other wood was used to create simple yet functional pipes. 

 

Pipe smoking traditions date back to Native American cultures, where tribes generally smoked herbs during ceremonies and festivals. These festivals celebrated the turning of the seasons, birth of new members, or the culmination of a healthy harvest.

By the mid 1600s, pipe smoking became very fashionable among European men. In the medical industry, many illnesses were treated through different herbs being smoked using a pipe.

Africans have had a long tradition of smoking hemp in gourd pipes By 1884 the King of the Baluka tribe of the Congo had established a hemp-smoking cult in place of fetish-worship. Enormous curved usually wooden pipes were used by the entire tribe.

 

Fast forward and some time amid the 1960's, glass was utilized to make mind boggling bits of workmanship to both acknowledge and smoke out of detonated into the standard.

Since the 60's, glass smoking innovation has made a long ways with new advancements and strategies. Particular smoking gadgets that can be effectively altered with connections, for example, diffused down stems and ash catchers. Present day trends with functional glass incorporate very intricate and complex percolators that require a craftsman's hand to create.

Next generation modern smoking pipes are now being made using many different materials that are safe to smoke with like wood, aluminum, steel, glass, and titanium. 


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