In this tutorial, you’ll see that all you really need is an apple, a toothpick, a pen, and some cannabis. This is far healthier and safer than homemade smoking items, such as smoking from a can. The apple pipe is extremely effective and easy, and can be a great pipe for on-the-go.
An apple pipe should be OK to use for a day or two. You will also need to clean the ashes before you reuse it. Remember, it is only a substitute, not a replacement for an original smoke pipe. So, I would not recommend to reuse it for more than a day.
You can create a piece out of any fruit or vegetable that is relatively solid and large enough. Just make sure it is fresh. Experience has shown that pipes can be made out of: apples, cucumbers, pineapples, squash, potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, zucchini, and pumpkins.
Drill or push a stick through the top of the lemon until it reaches the midsection of the fruit. Use your best judgement to determine where that point is. Drill or push a stick through the side of the fruit (this is where your will be smoking from).
It’s safe, and a much better alternative to using something like a bent soda can or an aluminum foil pipe. (Soda cans usually have a plastic liner these days, and the burning plastic is horrible for you). Apple pipes are disposable, too, which can be very handy sometimes.
Well, apple seeds can indeed be poisonous, but it takes quite a few of them to kill you and only if they have been crushed. Finally, the average adult would need to eat anywhere from 150 to several thousand crushed seeds (depending on the apple variety) to be at risk of cyanide poisoning.
Place the onion in a small piece of aluminum foil shaped into a bowl. Expose as much of the onion as possible to allow the smoke to penetrate it. We use a metal onion holder that we picked up at First Monday in Canton, TX. Smoke the onion for 1 – 1.5 hours or until it looks golden brown.
Onionskin or onion skin is a thin, lightweight, strong, often translucent paper. Though not made from onions, it superficially resembles their thin, papery skins.
Onions contain a substance that could help people with acne. But they have to be willing to take their onions raw. Antioxidants in onions may help reduce inflammations that are implicated in acne. The sulfur-containing essential oils in onion stimulate production of the molecule glutathione.
Side effects might include stomach distress or pain after eating onion. When applied to the skin: Onion extract is LIKELY SAFE when applied to the skin. Side effects might include skin irritation or eczema following skin contact with onion.
* Onion has skin lightening properties too! It stimulates skin, bleaches it naturally and removes the dead skin layer. But don’t apply raw onion juice to your skin as it might be harsh on your delicate skin. Add a teaspoon of fresh onion juice to one teaspoon of gram flour and 1/2 teaspoon of milk cream.
Onions contain antioxidants and compounds that fight inflammation, decrease triglycerides and reduce cholesterol levels — all of which may lower heart disease risk. Their potent anti-inflammatory properties may also help reduce high blood pressure and protect against blood clots.
When added to the hair and scalp, onion juice can provide extra sulfur to support strong and thick hair, thus preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth. The sulfur from onions may also help promote collagen production. Collagen in turn helps the production of healthy skin cells and hair growth.
Some studies found that: A proprietary onion extract product improved and softened scars after 4 weeks . People who used an onion extract gel reported improvements in scar texture, softness, redness, and overall appearance after 4 weeks.
Although it is not a harmful side effect, onion juice can have a very strong smell. The odor may dissuade some people from continuing with onion juice treatment, as it must be applied every day to have the best chance of being effective.
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