Molasses and Glycerin are important insofar as they impart flavour to the tobacco (glycerin is sweet), but also because their inclusion protects against burning. As such, if you are planning on adding marijuana to your hookah, you should consider packing the marijuana underneath the shisha. Doing so will ensure the cannabis doesn’t burn from direct contact with the coals and it will reduce the amount of cannabis in each draw.
If you get the proportions right, cannabis can enhance the hookah experience and make for a terrific smoking session. Have a Look … “how to make your own homemade weed shisha“ Dub of coke. BBC REVIEW: Excitable West London crew Dub Pistols made their name with a heady concoction of dub, ska and hip hop on ace tracks hectic skater fave Cyclone. On their fourth album they've kept the quality control high and retained their magpie approach to song writing. It's fitting that an album named after one of the most underrated drink mixes in the alcoholic world is such a likeable combination of genres that mesh so well. From the very start Billie Jean beats are tempered with a distinctively rich vocal from freak Power crooner Ashley Slater on the terrific Back To Daylight. The song's a welcome introduction to an album of genres working together sees funk layered with moody electro synths. Beats International singer Lindy Layton soon tops Slater's soul with seduction on I'm In Love.
Nimble bass, ska horns and a savvy set of rhymes from Rodney P complete a great package on this album standout track. On Everyday Stranger the sun comes out with Slater back to sing a big Gnarls Barkley-influenced number replete with plaintive piano, string stabs and Brooklyn MC TK Lawrence's quickfire spitting. The spectre of Ricky Martin can be ignored on She Moves, for even if the title recalls the latino heartthrob, the song itself is great salsa poolside fair. Reggae hero Gregory Isaacs links up with Rodney P on Six Months to provide a beautiful vocal, while the happy, driving ska horns and 4/4 beat of Keep The Fire Burning are mixed with a Spandau Ballet-derived vocal from Lionrock frontman Justin Robertson. The effect is akin to receiving jam in the post - a pleasant, if slightly unusual experience. It's an album of sterling work from Dub Pistols and particularly recommended to those interested in the connections between reggae and rap and the past and present of urban music. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs. My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. Log in or create an account today so you never miss a new release. My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. How to Make a Pipe Out of a Can [A Way That’ll Work] Picture the scenario: You have several grams of top-shelf weed in the house but disaster! You discover that you’re out of rolling papers and your friend has a ‘loan’ of your pipe. To make matters worse, all the nearby stores are closed because it is late at night and you want to get stoned while listening to Led Zeppelin. You desperately search the house, hoping to find anything to smoke with. A seemingly fruitless search yields nothing but an empty soda can you forgot to place in the recycling bin that day. Before you toss the can away in disgust, perhaps you can unleash some of your inner MacGyver and conjure up a pipe from the can. Can + Screwdriver + Small Needle + Your Thumb = Pipe! It is really easy to make a basic pipe from a soda can, as long as you have a sharp object or two lying around. Rinse the can with warm water and allow it to dry before proceeding. Use your thumb to make an indentation on the side of the can opposite the side where you will smoke from. Use a needle, pen, or even a pencil, to poke holes in the middle of the can where you have made the indentation.
Once this is done, poke a large hole on the side using a screwdriver or a similar implement. Take the tab off the can and heat both the smoking area and the side of the can on the opposite side using a lighter. The idea behind this tactic is to vaporize any chemicals used on the inside of the can before you start smoking. If you wish, you can remove the paint from the two relevant areas.
Again, this paint could prove toxic when you heat it, so we advise you to get rid of it. Place the herb on the indentation, hold your mouth to the drinking hole in your new pipe, and use your thumb to cover the large hole on the opposite side of your weed. Light up your weed, and once the can is filled with smoke, it is time to inhale! It is a handy trick if you are in dire need of a marijuana pipe, but there are dangers associated with it.