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Quiz: What Cannabis
Smoking Equipment is Right for Me?

With so many new devices on the market, it can be tricky knowing what cannabis equipment is best for your own personal wants and needs. We created this quiz to help you identify what device is right from you. You'll go through a series of 10-12 questions to help narrow down your dosing preference, your smoking style, your cost and portability preferences and other needs to provide you with the best suggestion for your next cannabis equipment purchase. Have fun!

Common FAQ's About Consuming Cannabis

In today’s marijuana market, the selection of cannabis products is almost endless. Cannabis consumers not only have a variety, they also have a wide range of options when it comes to the method of consumption. Of course smoking flower is still one of the most popular methods, but even smoking offers a variety of devices, such as dry flower vapes, bongs, classic pipes and one hitters. Each approach to consuming marijuana, along with the preferences of the individual consuming it, requires different equipment. Take our quiz above to help narrow down your options and check out our FAQ's below to learn more about consuming cannabis.

What is the difference between smoking cannabis and ingesting it?

Smoking and ingesting cannabis produce vastly different effects.

When marijuana is smoked, THC, CBD and other beneficial plant compounds are released. These compounds are inhaled and absorbed into the bloodstream through the airways, leading to an immediate onset of effects.

Ingesting cannabis has an onset time of anywhere from 30-90 minutes (and sometimes longer). Digesting cannabinoids means they must be broken down in the stomach, to then be processed through the liver. When THC goes through this process, known as the first-pass effect, it is converted to 11-hydroxy-THC - a compound 5x's more psychoactive than inhaling a vape. The effects of marijuana edibles are primarily heavy, body effects.

What is "vaping" or vaporization?

Vaping cannabis is the act of heating the oil, whole flower or concentrate to the point that the desired cannabinoids and terpenes are released in vapor format. The vapors are then inhaled for immediate onset of effects.

What is dabbing?

Dabbing is the term used to describe consuming marijuana concentrates. Dabs are consumed using a dab rig, similar to a water pipe with special pieces to withstand high heats, or e-rigs or dab pens. Dabs are potent forms of cannabis and considered a macrodose of the cannabinoids. Because dabs are typically 5 times more potent than vaping a cannabis vape or smoking flower, dabs are not recommended for beginners.

What device is right for me?

Still unsure of what cannabis piece to add to your medical routine? Take the quiz above to find out!