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Here’s What Happens When You Smoke A Pure Hash Joint

Are you having a bad day? If so, then this gorgeous pure hash joint should cheer you up. Watch this video and feast your eyes on its incredible beauty!
Here’s What Happens When You Smoke A Pure Hash Joint

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Are you having a bad day? If so, then this gorgeous pure hash joint should cheer you up. It’s pure hash, which means no papers, no cannabis, no glue, just 100% hash. Not only do hash joints burn perfectly, but they are also rather tasty.

Feast your eyes on the beautiful and pure hash joint

In this video by Bubbleman’s World, he shows off a gorgeous pure hash joint. The particular joint he is smoking on is Bubba Kush and weighs a gram.

There are no papers, no glue, no weed, just straight up hashish. As can be seen, the video is rather lengthy, which proves just how long a pure hash joint will burn.

One thing to keep in mind when smoking a pure hash joint is the fact that there is a lot of air space in the center. With this in mind, you may want to hold the joint between your teeth to avoid pulling back a hash bomber or a red hot.

Nevertheless, smoking a pure hash joint is an experience worth trying out. Don’t forget to watch the video and even smoke along as you tune in.

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August 21, 2019 — Last Updated October 13, 2020
Written by Brittney Sanger

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August 21, 2019 — Last Updated October 13, 2020
Written by Brittney Sanger

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