One-hitters are small pipes, also called bats or chillums, that hold one hit or dose of weed. They come in wood, metal or glass, featuring a bowl or “dugout" on one end and a mouthpiece on the other. Don't worry if you haven't heard of them or used one. But if you like quick, small hits that make a stash last longer and the days seem a micro-dose sweeter, pay attention to this.  

Using a one-hitter is a no-brainer. Just pack the one end with ground cannabis, course pieces at the bottom, kief toward the top. Put the mouthpiece against your mouth and light it up; inhale and Bob's your uncle. 

And being so small makes these very easy to keep clean— all you need is some isopropyl alcohol to wash away the resinous history of smoke sessions past. 

One of the added advantages to the one-hitter pipe is the discretion factor. No billowing clouds of fragrant smoke with this tiny wonder, although the device will retain some smell after use; so keeping it in an odour-absorbing stash bag is advised.

If you're interested in micro-dosing but edibles aren't your thing, try a one-hitter. It's relatable—it delivers a smaller dose than you might get from smoking even part of a joint or bowl. 

Conserve your medicine, moderate your indulgences, and keep your cannabis on the down-low with a one-hitter. 

  Posted: Tuesday, May 22nd, 12:00am 6 months ago
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