If you love cannabis, chances are you have used a bong before. When using a bong, there are two things you are probably focused on. First, your bud. Second, the water. The ideal temperature of bong water has been endlessly debated. Today, we will set the record straight: is hot or cold water better for you and your bong?
Bong water: The basics
Before diving head-first into this debate, users must understand the function of water in a bong. Using a bong to smoke weed has often been thought of as a healthier way to smoke; the water in a bong acts as a way to filter smoke.
Bong water helps to filter out the not-so-great components of smoking cannabis while maintaining the quality and flavor of your chosen bud. Overall, using a bong is significantly better for your lungs and does not compromise the high.
Cold bong water
The majority of the cannabis community uses cold water in their bong. The main argument for cold water: comfort. Cold water, or even bong water with ice in it, cools down the smoke. Cold bong water condenses the smoke, allowing you to take longer hits without long coughing episodes.
For the majority of bong users, this is the argument – a more comfortable smoke.
Hot bong water
Interestingly, using hot water in a bong is a thing. While it may seem a bit mind-boggling, let’s explore why users do this. Hot bong water creates a steamy smoke as opposed to a condensed one. This can be cleansing to the throat. Imagine inhaling steam at a spa – this is how you will feel when using hot water in your bong.
Additionally, hot water opens up the pores and blood vessels, allowing you to have a more relaxed and sensual experience.
The Health of Your Bong
The temperature of your bong water does not impact the health of your bong. Inherently, bongs are a healthier way to enjoy cannabis. The temperature of the water does not change that. In order to keep your bong in tip-top shape, make sure to properly and frequently clean it.
Really, you are in control of the cleanliness of your bong, and it is your responsibility to maintain it.
This debate is truly all about preference. If you have chosen to use a bong to consume cannabis, you’re already making a good choice for the health of your lungs. The temperature of the bong water is all about personal preference – one is not better for you, or your bong.
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