Discussion in 'Medicinal Marijuana' started by nolimitz13, May 9, 2003.
Just wondering if a burning in your throat after a hit is normal...
Depends on the Bud also. Really dry stuff for me, chokes me badly.
Does your thoat only burn when you are smoking?
I cough many times when I smoke. It is an irritant.
What are you smoking, a joint? a bong? a pipe? How long have you been smoking? I've been smoking for a year now, and sure, my throat will burn for a lil after I take a monster hit off of, say, a nasty metal pipe that needs cleaning or something, ususally not though. Yay for glass Happy Tokes Everybuddy!
Well, i'm a relatively new smoker...and the pipe I used was made out of a pop can...
Yeah, I'd have to say the blame there rests on the soda (or pop as everyone else seems to call it these days besides us New Yorkers ) can. Aluminun(sp?)=suXoRz I used to smoke outta those all the time when I started, then I got my hands on a real piece
The pop can was probaly the problem
Try smoking out of a 2-chamber bong..that could solve the harsh hit.
Try to get better weed, and a better piece. For me if burned alot when I first started, and gradually got better. Drink alot of milk before hand, or a milkshake. Something to cool and coat.
pop can => 2 chamber is a big step hehe
a small homemade bong helped me enough when the weed i had was not the best
I haven't heard the word "pop" in a long time . Im not talkin'
s**t but it's been a while. Try to get some better bud mang.
or use a bubbler "bong",....."I dont mean to be an a**hole"
That should help your throat. Also, do you smoke cigs, and
if so are the menthols? I do and that is what happens to me
and don't listen to that "menthols get you high man" bs.
hehe, you said pop.
I call it pop as well. Maybe it's a Canadian thing eh?
pop is a regional thing. in iowa its that, in philly its soda
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wow that's beautiful!
Actually I usually smoke marb lights, and bummed a menthol of someone. Def. felt a nice buzz bro.
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