It's literally the law to own at least one of these if you smoke weed. Bubbler: A sort of crossover between a water bong and a bowl, for when you want to filter the smoke through water but don't want to go through the whole bong ordeal. One Hitter: A small pipe, favored by those who like to light up on the go and/or have a low weed tolerance.
Wooden Pipe: Perfect for the stoner who doesn't want to get into a whole discussion about glassware. Hookah: If you don't think a bong is elaborate enough, can I interest you in a hookah? Gravity Bong: This is a cross between a science experiment and a way to get you really, really high. Gas Mask Bong: For only the most hardcore stoner, this bong allows you to do the impossible—look like a total nerd while smoking pot. Brownies: A regular brownie with cannabis butter so you get high instead of just getting satiated. Gummies: More complicated than your average make-it-at-home edible, but also more fun. Firecrackers: A graham cracker with peanut butter, chocolate, and weeeeeeeed. Crackers: Yes, this exists—you just have to go to Colorado to find it.
Mints: I guess this is for when you have bad breath and also want to get extremely high? Blunt: A cigar wrapper, oft flavored, with pure, uncut 100 percent marijuana on the inside. For when you don't have much weed, your weed sucks, or you can't handle the strength of smoking pure weed. Hotbox: All you need is a small enclosed space, like a car or a bathroom. Cross Joint: Two joints joined together to create a cross. 420 X JESUS CHRIST is the hottest mashup of the 21st century. Banana Bong: An apple bong, except you use a banana instead. Soda Can: Favored by young marijuana enthusiasts, all you have to do is punch a small hole in an empty can and you have a pipe. The first time I smoked weed with friends, I did so from a soda can, and it sucked. Oil Vape: Usually in the form of a pen with a THC oil attachment, this method is favored by classy stoners, and those who live in states with legal marijuana. Flower Vape: Like an oil vape, except you put actual weed in there, and it some how magically vaporizes into stoner goodness. Dabbing: For experienced stoners only, this form of marijuana ingestion uses extremely pure THC shatter or wax, which you can buy at your local dispensary if you're blessed enough to live in states like Colorado, California, or Oregon. All you need is a bong for dabbing, parchment paper, and weed. THC Oil: For anyone who doesn't like smoking and wants to forgo caloric edibles, you can ingest pure THC oil to get you high. Volcano Vape: This pricey vape goes for almost $500, and compared to its smaller vape counterpart, the Volcano is a big boy. Basically, the vape fills a plastic bag with vapor, which you then suck into your lungs, and voila! Weed Capsules: If all this is making you stressed, you can now consume weed simply by taking a pill. Topical Ointment: Cannabis-infused lotion might not get you high, but it will help you with aches, pains, and soreness. Suppositories: This is the one you stick up your butt or vagina. Now that you have all the deets, it's time for you to cast your vote—keep an eye out on the VICE Twitter for the first round of polling. Sign up for our newsletter to get the best of VICE delivered to your inbox daily. But sometimes, this effect can become diminished or not feel as potent. Here are our 7 tips for boosting the intensity of your high.
You got your weed, you had your favourite snacks and fresh water standing by. You had your comfy clothes in your comfy place to sit, ready to revisit your favourite music, movie, or YouTube channel. But when you light up, you don't feel the high you were hoping for. This is more mellow and diminished than you expected. Whether the quality of your stash is subpar or your tolerance is through the roof, here are 7 ways to boost the intensity of your high.
Hopefully, you really do have a good source for your weed. This will of course be easier if it's legal through a dispensary or cannabis club where you live. If you live somewhere where your choices are limited, it may still be possible to at least know the name of the strain you're offered.