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    Do you medicate inside your house?

    posted by Sicc at about 1 year ago

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    Square_bbaeebd850bc94c0d3805b99
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    I always have to medicate in the backyard.....I wish there was a place I can kick it at & just medicate , dispensary's should have rooms lol

    Square_d595bd8b92c59ba3aee7b0dd
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    I always medicate inside my house, bedroom or living room. It's too bad you can't!

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    Square_803f576777bda67829ce30e7
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    on my couch, on the patio, in bed sometimes... hash hits usually take place in the kitchen, and there's nothing as relaxing as chillin on the patio with a j :)

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    Square_76e2d1af9509b304ae203397
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    Hey at least you have a backyard :P

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    Square_dab
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    I Smoke Out In The PAd All DAy Long My Friend I Puff Fuego?

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    Square_378a7754d349718f0d9d9106
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    Yes. I do, but you should be aware of certain things:

    The smoke can stain windows over time. My apartment, during college, I was charged out of the security deposit for them having to clean all the windows when I left.

    There are also smells, which can collect on walls, carpets, curtains, etc. More importantly, I do not want my work clothes smelling like I live.

    I have been trying out a cardboard or plastic tube, with 3 wadded-up fabric softener sheets stuff inside. You exhale through it, and really seems to kill most of the smoke.

    Smoking outside has problems, too. Even with a big backyard, if I lit up, ALL my neighbors would know. I would rather they did not know.

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    Square_f1bef64b297919e67dcce21e
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    This is actually a pretty interesting thread. We rarely talk about the fact that our favorite herb's pungency is both a positive and a negative thing.

    I assume we all love the smell of weed whether it's fresh, dried or on fire - I know I do. But all those smells are somewhat different and they're all instantaneously recognizable. They're also stronger than you think.

    I live in a good location and I'm lucky enough to be able to smoke inside or outside most of the time, but don't kid yourself . . . everyone within 25 yards smells it and most know what that smell is! I personally don't much care - I'm legal and I'm not obnoxious about it.

    However . . . that said, there are issues. Reeking at work - not good.

    I hate it when I've just exhaled a huge hit, and I'm probably coughing like a maniac . . . and the doorbell rings. I have 3 options when that happens.

    1. Grab the can of my Orange concentrated air-freshener - so the house smells like someone smoked a joint in an orange grove. (who am I kidding?)

    2. Pretend I'm not home and wait for them to walk away so I can see who it was (and possibly invite that person in for the rest of the joint)

    3. Answer the door and risk whatever happens.

    None of these things are good -

    I keep all three of my ceiling fans on and I open strategic windows that maximize air-flow and don't open to a neighbors window - what do you do?

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    I smoke in my house all the time! Its really quite relaxing! I had a conversation with a friend yesterday that was about being able to smell your herb more in a fresh atmosphere than in your home because in your home you are use to the smell. i was at a gas station and my gf was getting gas so i cracked my container open to pack a bowl for the road and as soon as i opened it she told me she could smell it, and she was in the back pumping gas. I know i couldn't smell it =) i guess im use it. anyone else notice that????

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    Our smoking section is the 3rd section of our 3 car garage. Set up with TV, cozy chairs and futon and the must have ceiling fan! We probably spend more time in the garage than in the house! blush

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    Square_76e2d1af9509b304ae203397
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    I have the luxury of the Santa Anas creating a wind tunnel through my house so I just open the back slider and the front door and everything gets sucked out with a quickness. That being said though I typically only smoke in the garage or outside out of respect for those I live with.

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    Square_06f39203da1fdac04d87af0f
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    Check out the Smoke Buddy.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ro6ooC4Z3Dk[/video]

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    Square_bbaeebd850bc94c0d3805b99
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    smoke buddy huuuuh? LOL, Im gonna check those out.

    I can't smoke inside outta respect of those living with me. You guys are lucky! LOL

    I think it would be tight if dispendary's had like a day room, lil room we can kick it at, movies playing or something, & just able to medicate & relax for a lil bit! haha

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    I wish, but I just rent a room in a house and I have to abstain...ugh! But I medicate with other patients at their homes, and I do once in a while out in public

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    Square_378a7754d349718f0d9d9106
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    I ordered a Honeywell air purifier from Amazon.com

    It comes with a HEPA filter (good), and a pre-filter that has activated carbon to absorb odors (clincher). Smoke is one thing, flowering a grow is another. Pictures show all the dust and lint it collects in the pre-filter.

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    Yeah always been fortunate enough to medicate inside my house. It's nice to be able to have your bong loaded up next to you while surfing rhapsody for your fave new cd or something.

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    I still think the bathroom is the best place. Its easy to clean and small. There is little in it that will "catch" the odors ( like carpets and drapes) - and it should have a good exhaust fan pulling out the smoke and exiting above your roof.

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    Yeah, the other day one of my room mates had a friend over with 7 or 8 year old daughter. I didn't realize there was a child home when I woke up, so when I walked downstairs with my 2 footer and heard a little girl's voice, I almost shit my pants.

    I couldn't use my glass wand because of it. It made me realize I'm pretty lucky that I can smoke whenever I want.

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    I live in a nice apartment complex and I smoke inside and outside on my patio. Thankfully there are many other smokers near me so nobody seems to mind. It is definitely nice to smoke inside and just chill on the couch and watch a movie while lighting up. There is something nice about being outside with the wind blowing around and some fresh air to inhale. I'm all about smoking with some nice scenery like at the beach or a waterfall.

    Also a paper towel roll or a soda bottle with some holes cut in the bottom filled with dryer sheets does a fantastic job of killing the smell. I used to live with someone who constantly bitched even tho they were a smoker themselves and after I started using the dryer sheet trick they always assumed I was doing laundry lol.

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    I have found that an air purifier with a charcoal pre-filter works very well to eliminate the smoke, it also collects dust and allergens. I also expect that this will control grow room odors.

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    I've been to a couple of grow houses that use Ozone Generators and they seem to work damn well although they are fairly expensive.

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