A corn cob pipe is a smoking pipe made from the cob of a corn ear, the innermost part of corn that people do not eat. The process originated in Washington, Missouri and is one of the oldest methods of smoking in America. The first person to make a corncob pipe was Henry Tibbe in 1869, who worked in furniture making by spinning wood to form legs for chairs and tables – turn this craft to a husk of corn and a new industry was born. Read this article to learn everything about Corn Cob pipes.
Vaping has gained a lot of momentum in recent years as an alternative to smoking. Vaporizing heats dry herbs, oils, waxes or other concentrates to a high enough temperature to get them to turn to an inhalable vapor but not so high that the substance combusts or burns. Smoke caused by combustion contains many carcinogens not present in vapor. Additionally, vaporizing provides a cleaner taste so you can fully enjoy the flavor of dry herbs, oils and wax concentrates. There are many types of vaporizers designed for different purposes. We will go into more depth on the types of dry herb vaporizers and how vaping dry herbs differs from smoking them.