Smoking is simply another method of intaking chemicals, like caffeine. The psychological effects include: increase energy considerably, increases excitement, quick perception of time, racing thoughts, and euphoria. The physiological effects are: dramatically increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, lung inflammation, and increased mucus production.
If one is to intake such chemicals, though it is highly suggested one does not, pack a full glass pipe with Folgers Dark Italian roast, and smoke 3-5 hits.
Wait about 5 minutes before carefully taking one-two more hits every 3 minutes. Within a short time, the above effect should be experienced.
This is my own experience and no one should have to find out for themselves, so don't try
"I tried it once, it was surprisingly easy to handle. I didn't feel anything till a few minutes later when I felt nauseous and... weird. Not worth it."
Yes, it is smokeable. I just smoked the amount it takes to make about 2 cups of strong coffee and what it does is just about the same as drinking it but a little quicker. Its smooth but I have had smoother.
depends if you smoke it.
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Yes, if they are dry. For example, don't smoke near a compost pile of dry coffee grounds.
You can, in fact those coffee shops aren't really coffee shops. They are marijuana shops.
talk, read, eat, smoke, listen to poetry
Because of condensation between Ice and the hot coffee.
Coffee . Smoke a big cigar.
talk, read, eat, use computer, smoke
When you smoke it, it smells like burnt marshmallow, and coffee mixed.
Amsterdam coffee shops are famous for the sale of weed and hash. It is legal to buy and use weed or hash in coffee shops in Amsterdam but it is illegal to use or smoke weed or hash in public.
The legal age to purchase and smoke marijuana in Amsterdam is 18. Soft drugs, like marijuana, are sold in coffee shops throughout the city.