Connect with us

Green Rush Daily

5 Ways To Smoke Weed Without A Pipe Or Papers

5 Ways To Smoke Weed Without A Pipe Or Papers

DIY

5 Ways To Smoke Weed Without A Pipe Or Papers

Here are five ways to smoke weed without a pipe or papers. Whether butterfingers broke the bong or the Zig Zag pack went missing, fear not. We got you.

All urbed up with nowhere to go. An all too common stoner dilemma. Wether butterfingers broke the bong or the Zig Zag pack went kaput at the worst possible moment (somehow always the case), fear not. We got you. Here are five ways to smoke weed without a pipe or papers.

Note: As with all things fire related, be careful. Some methods listed here can hurt you if performed improperly. Actually, even if performed properly.

Some of these weed hacks have you smoking off of surfaces not designed for high heat and might off-gas some truly toxic crap you don’t want in your lungs.

So while these are tried and true methods, mostly passed down from our hippie ancestors, it might just be worth it to go traditional and wait to score some fresh papers when that 7-11 opens tomorrow.

But if not, here ya go. Pick your poison:

1. The Apple Pipe

5 Ways To Smoke Weed Without A Pipe Or Papers

Requirements:

  • Apple
  • Small knife

Difficulty Level: Pretty Easy

This one is safe as can be. Oldest trick in the book so we’ll get it out the way first. You can even eat the weed infused apple afterward. You’ll practically be a weed chef.

Get an apple. Any apple. May we suggest the Fuji varietal. Simply pull the stem off, this will be the bowl.

With your small knife, carefully carve down into the core a bit, making sure to keep the hole narrow, like a tunnel.

You don’t want your weed falling through so narrow is definitely key. Make the hole an inch or so deep.

Now join that vertical hole with a slightly bigger one going horizontal.

Make sure they join in the middle, making a narrow hole from the top that bends 90 degrees into a right angle.

Put the weed at the top where the stem was and there you go! You’re done. Blaze away. So easy.

Prev

Alex Seymour is a Los Angeles-based writer. He is writing this in the third person for some reason.

More in DIY

To Top