Flower refers to the smokeable part of the female cannabis plant. It’s covered in collections of trichomes, which give the buds their shiny appearance and sticky texture. Trichomes are responsible for producing several cannabinoids and terpenes, the different combinations of which produce your favorite strains.
Thanks to its efficiency in terms of results, cost and ease of use, flower is hugely popular. Though not as potent as other methods, smoking flower can lend the same end results, with the onset of effects beginning almost immediately. While it is simple to use and fast-acting, some people are deterred by the scent of cannabis that may linger in the air after a session. No matter your preferences, the team at Reverie 73 is here to help make your experience as positive as possible. To learn more, visit a dispensary and chat with one of our Muses; they’re here to help!
There are heaps of smoking techniques and delivery systems on the market for you to choose from. While many people enjoy using a pipe, others opt for paper-wrapped flower in the form of pre-rolls, joints or blunts.
Have a question about smoking, or unsure of which method you’d like to try? Our Muses are available at our Reverie 73 locations to help you make the best decision for both you and your needs.
A joint is a disposable smoking option made by rolling cannabis in some sort of paper (i.e. hemp, rice or bamboo paper). Pre-rolls are exactly that, joints that have been pre-rolled for the consumer so that they’re ready to smoke whenever you are.
Hand pipes work by trapping the smoke released from burning flower for you to inhale. They are typically made of glass, though they come in a variety of different styles. Pipes are also usually pretty small and many people enjoy their stylistic diversity, as they come in virtually infinite designs.
Water pipes come in a variety of different styles, two of the most common being bongs and bubblers. Each of these utilizes water in the smoking process, which works to cool down the smoke prior to inhalation. Water pipes are made of many different materials including glass, ceramic, metal and wood.