How to create a smoke filled bubble

Hookahs have been gaining popularity among smokers and even non-smokers for the last few years. People have learned loads of smoke tricks and one of the most popular among them is making smoke bubbles. It does not take an expert to do so. All that you need is to learn few steps properly and practice them.

How to Make Smoke Bubbles

Sometimes, the shisha party enters in a dull and boring moment; we can avoid this by trying different smoke tricks.

Things Needed to Make Smoke Bubbles

  • A funnel or an empty water bottle with its base removed. (Watch the video, learn the process)
  • A solution that will help you to create bubbles
  • Of course, a shisha/hookah pipe

Place the funnel over the solution and make sure to let it rest for a few seconds. Have a deep drag of your hookah and make sure all of the smoke has filled up your mouth and do not release it. Pick up the funnel and blow the smoke into it. As you do this, you can see the gradual formation of the bubbles. You should control the amount of smoke you release because this will affect the size of the bubbles. Finally, you should keep practicing to master this smoke bubble technique.

Buying Your Shisha

Besides learning shisha smoke tricks to amaze your friends, your shisha party won’t be completed if you don’t use a right shisha pipe and shisha flavour. Do not be overwhelmed and make sure to take out some time to consider each shisha options available in the market. If you are on the lookout for shisha pipe in the UK, do not forget to visit UK’s best online Shisha Shop. The store offers a wide selection of shisha-related products, all of which are with superior quality to ensure your highest level of satisfaction.

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Have you ever seen someone blow smoke and create what looks to be a big, ball of smoke? Ya know. something like……

How to create a smoke filled bubble
If so, then you know how cool this smoke trick is and the different variations possible to create smoke bubbles. If you have never seen this trick, pay attention. This tutorial will give you step by step instructions on how to create smoke bubbles.

Items Needed:

Minimum: Disposable Hookah Pen
A Bowl
Dishwashing Liquid
A Tube Or Straw

Recommended: Rechargeable Hookah Pen
A Bowl
Dishwashing Liquid
A Tube Or Straw

Level Of Difficulty: 2 +8 +7 +1 = ?

Step One:

Gather your bowl and pour some dishwashing liquid into the bowl.

Step Two:

Pour a small amount of water into your bowl. The higher the concentration of dishwashing liquid in your bowl, the stronger your bubble will be. This will help you to create bigger smoke bubbles and to do other smoke tricks.

Step Three:

Grab your straw or tube and place one end inside of your “bubble formula”. The purpose of this step is to ensure that a good amount of solution is available to surround and protect your smoke, once you blow the smoke through the tube.

Step Four:

Take a deep inhale with your disposable hookah pen or rechargeable hookah pen and try to gather as much smoke as possible. When ready, place your mouth on one end of the tube and blow the smoke out of the tube. DO NOT INHALE ONCE YOUR MOUTH IS ON THE TUBE.

You should now start seeing the bubble form and grow. As it grows, you will see the smoke start to fill in the bubble and create a “Smoke Bubble”. Depending on how high your concentration of dishwashing liquid is, your bubble may be strong enough to play some “Smoke Games”. Experiment with your concentration levels to see what works best for you.

Bubbles are fun anytime. Fog is a necessity for spooky Halloween effects. What if you combine them and make smoke filled bubbles? Then bounce and play with the super bubbles and you will be the hit of your Halloween party.

Touchable Boo Bubbles

How to create a smoke filled bubbleMaterials:

  • Two liter bottle
  • Dry ice (ask the front desk at your local grocers)
  • Heavy-duty glove
  • Funnel
  • Strip of cotton fabric
  • Rubber tubing
  • Dish soap
  • Utility blade (box cutter)
  • Small plastic portion cups (2 oz works best)
  • Towel
  • Bubble gloves
  • Safety glasses
  • Adult supervision

Dip the free end of the rubber tubing into the bubble solution to wet the end of the tube. Remove the tube from the bubble solution with one hand while covering the jar with the lid in the other hand. This will take a little practice, but it’s easy once you get the hang of it. The goal is to blow a bubble filled with fog. When the bubble reaches the perfect size, gently shake it off of the tubing and it will quickly fall to the ground (it’s heavier than a normal bubble because the bubble is filled with carbon dioxide gas and water vapor). When the bubble hits the ground, it bursts and the cloud of fog erupts from the bubble.

Purchase a pair of inexpensive children’s gloves from your local department store (100% cotton gloves also work well). Blow a bubble about the size of a baseball.

Bounce the bubble off of your gloves. Try bouncing the bubble off of your shirt or pants. As you’ll soon see, some fabrics work better than others. Try bouncing bubbles on a hand towel.

For more information on how to make Boo Bubbles, watch this video.

Dry Ice Crystal Ball

How to create a smoke filled bubbleFor your Halloween science dry ice extravaganza finale, you have to make a Crystal Ball Bubble. Create a soap film on the rim of a bucket. As the bubble expands, it fills with water vapor and carbon dioxide. When the giant bubble bursts, the cloud of “smoke” falls to the floor. This, like the Boo Bubbles, will take some practice to perfect.

Select a bucket or container that has a smooth rim and is smaller than 12 inches in diameter. Cut a strip of cloth about 1 inch wide and 18 inches long. An old t-shirt, strip of cloth or a fat shoelace works well.

Soak the cloth in a solution of Dawn dish soap or use your favorite recipe for making bubble solution. Make sure that the cloth is completely soaked. Fill the bucket half full with water. Have tongs or gloves ready to transfer the dry ice to the bucket.

Place two or three pieces of dry ice into the water so that a good amount of fog is being produced. Remove the strip of cloth from the dish soap and carefully pull the strip across the rim. The goal is to create a soap film that covers the top.

It also helps to have the rim wet before you start. This may take some practice until you get the technique mastered. Remember that a bubble’s worst enemies are dirt, oil, and rough edges. Your patience will pay off in the long run.

If you accidentally get soap in the bucket of water, you’ll notice that zillions of bubbles filled with fog will start to emerge from the bucket. This, too, produces a great effect. If you want to go back to making Crystal Ball Bubbles, you will need to dump the water, clean the bowl and start over.

Place a waterproof flashlight in the bucket along with the dry ice so that the light shines up through the fog. Draw the cloth across the rim to create the soap film lid and turn off the room lights. The crystal bubbles will emit an eerie glow and you’ll be able to see the fog churning inside the transparent bubble walls. Take your bows as the audience erupts in a chorus of ooohs & ahhhs!

For more information and to watch a how to video, check out the Steve Spangler Science website.

Guest blogger Susan Wells is the mom to two girls. She enjoys enriching her daughter’s education by finding the learning in everything. They especially enjoy science activities. She works as a blogger and social media strategist for Steve Spangler Science, a Colorado company dedicated to helping teachers and parents get children excited about science.

December 11, 2019

Delicious to drink, cool to watch, and so easy to do. Smoked cocktails are not only for the most advanced mixologist but for the at-home barista, too. Gaining significant popularity in the mid-2000s, smoked cocktails have bewildered and bemused drink enthusiasts for years.

Smoke and liquor have been linked to early production days when the cooking process heavily relied on an open flame. Over the years, mixologists have tried to bring the smoky flavor of the olden days back to their drinks, and in 2007 New York barkeep Eben Freeman sparked a smokey revolution in a bar.

Since then, smoked cocktails have been popping up on menus left and right – everything from smoke-infused syrups to ice cubes to actual smoking drinks. Now let’s dive and see how to smoke a cocktail at home.

How to Create the Smoke?

For the at-home mixologist, a smoking cocktail is very easy to accomplish with very few items needed. The key to a great smoked cocktail is, well, the smoke. This can easily be acquired by burning applewood, hickory, or oak sticks. If you are feeling creative, try using your favorite tea or all-natural tobacco.

  1. Once your drink is prepared, make sure to stir it with some ice to dilute and cool the beverage.
  2. Next, unplug your smoke-filled decanter and slowly pour the liquid into the smoke. Shake a few times.
  3. One essential technique to smoking a cocktail is not shaking it too much or too long. The more shaking and the longer the cocktail is exposed to the smoke, the stronger the smoke flavor can be. Try 4 or 5 gentle shakes.
  4. Slowly pour the cocktail into your serving glass and let the smoke settle on top. A great cocktail should have a wonderful aroma, a great taste, and a beautiful presentation.

Ingredients to Create Smoked Cocktails

Here are the ingredients you will need to create a unique taste for your smoked cocktails. Each element can give specific flavors to your drink.

  • Ice – The ice creates a subtle smoky effect once it melts.
  • Salt – Depending on how you like your cocktails, you can use the optimum amount of salt for that punch or savory taste.
  • Citrus Peels – Citrus can be used as a garnish for your drinks. Though it may not enhance your drink’s flavor, you can also fire up the peel for even more smoke.
  • Cinnamon – Use it for a subtle sweetness and light smoke.
  • Pecan Wood – Pecan wood has a very nutty texture, and adding this to your cocktail can create sharp, earthy hints.
  • Oakwood – Who doesn’t like a charred woody smell in their drink? Oakwood does precisely that. It gives you a smoky and earthy taste like a good classic whiskey.

Equipment to Create the Smoke

Depending on how much smoke you want, there are various methods in which you can create smoke. The most popular way is to smoke rinse your glass. It means you are bathing your glass with smoke from inside. You just flip over the chilled glass and fill in your drink.

If you are not sure how to smoke your cocktails, you can also buy a smoking gun. To use it, just place the element that you wish to smoke(pine wood) into the chamber at the top and use the hose from the gun to control the smoke that comes out straight into your glass.

How to Keep the Smoke Contained?How to create a smoke filled bubble

An old whiskey bottle works great to maintain your cocktail’s smoke because of its sealable glass container. Plus, it creates an elegant presentation that you can store on your bar counter or kitchen tabletop. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Make sure your work area is clear of anything flammable.
  2. Light your stick of wood or tea on fire.
  3. Once lit, extinguish and immediately cover with your glass container to capture the smoke. It helps if you have the glass container unsealed and at the ready.
  4. Once the glass has become opaque, remove, and seal.
  5. Make sure to seal the container immediately upon removal.

Unique Ways to Smoke Cocktail

Vaporization How to create a smoke filled bubble

If you are throwing a party or have some smoke allergy, you can simply create an illusion of smoke that will add to your cocktail presentation. You can use dry ice for making such smoke and use it with a cocktail that doesn’t have any fizz.

Smoked Fruit

You can simply smoke fruit and use it for your cocktail. What this will do is give you a fruity punch for your nostrils and will also enhance the taste of your drink.

Smoked Herbs

How about smoking a herb to dazzle up your drink? You can use a herb and burn it with your cocktail glass upside down. Now be ready for some earthy, bitter, yet unique flavors to your drink.

Smoky Spirits

You may have come across several spirits that have a smoky effervescence, and two of the popular classics that are used most of the time are peated scotch and mezcal. However, you may have to work a little on your visual presentation. Our tip is to pour them in decorative or elegant glasses.

Smoky Garnish

If you use some aspects of your cocktail as a garnish, then firing them can give you some serious smoke. You can use herbs or pine needles, which produce a fair amount of smoke.

Smoked Old Fashioned RecipeHow to create a smoke filled bubble


  • Four dashes of Angostura bitters
  • One sugar cube
  • One orange peel
  • One maraschino cherry
  • One splash club soda
  • Two oz. bourbon

Steps to Make

  1. Muddle bitters, sugar cube, and a splash of soda in a mixing glass.
  2. Add ice and stir.
  3. Pour into a smoke-filled bottle and shake to incorporate the smoky flavor.
  4. Pour into an old-fashioned glass with a large ice cube.
  5. Garnish with a maraschino cherry and orange peel.


Smoked cocktails are not only created for their aesthetics. Sure, it looks unique and fancy. However, what goes into making the smoke also adds to the taste and aroma of the cocktails. So, if by any means you plan to level up your concoctions, you can try your luck by creating smoke at home and adding it to your cocktail.

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Dry ice (chemical formula CO2) is frozen carbon dioxide gas. It is much denser and cooler than conventional ice. A dry ice bubble experiment would be a perfect science fair idea. This fun research project also allows kids to play with foam. Just follow the simple steps given below.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Materials Required

  1. Liquid dish wash soap
  2. Water
  3. Small plastic cup
  4. Long narrow piece of cloth
  5. A pair of scissors
  6. Clear bowl with a smooth lip and a diameter smaller than 12 inches
  7. Warm water
  8. Thick gloves or a pair of tongs
  9. Dry ice

Dry Ice Bubble Experiment

  1. Mix 2 tablespoons (30 mL) of liquid dish soap with one tablespoon water in a plastic cup.
  2. Cut a strip 1 inch wide and 18 inches long from the cloth.
  3. Soak the strip of cloth completely in the solution you made.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

  1. Half fill the bowl with warm water.
  2. Transfer two to three pieces of dry ice into the warm water, using heavy gloves or tongs. You can adjust the number of dry ice pieces according to how much fog you want. Still, it’s not advisable to produce too much or too little of the latter.
  3. Dip two fingers in the soap solution and run them along the lip of the bowl being careful not to get the soap in contact with the water.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

  1. Remove the cloth from the solution and run it in between your thumb and forefinger to get rid of the excess soap.
  2. Stretch the cloth fully with both your hands and drag it across the rim and over the top of the bowl. The goal here is to create a thin film of soap that stretches across the open part of the container.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

  1. On getting filled with the fog emitted from dry ice, the soap film will expand as a dry ice bubble. It resembles a crystal ball in shape and form.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Dry Ice Bubble Experiment

  1. When the bubble has bulged out enough, it will burst and release a massive cloud of smoke.

Information on safety: Don’t let your body come in direct contact with dry ice as it is dangerously cold, and you may even get a frost bite if not sufficiently careful.

Other Cool Things to Do With Dry Ice Bubbles

Want some more dry ice tricks up your sleeve? Read on.

Dry Ice Boo Bubbles

You can make exciting boo bubbles using a dry ice boo bubble machine. They are ghostly, vapor-filled, bouncing and touchable. However, you can also create them manually. Here is the procedure.

  1. Use a utility blade like a box-cutter to chop off the top of a 2-liter The hole at the top should not have a diameter greater than that of the funnel to be used later.
  2. Attach the funnel to a rubber tubing.
  3. Make a hole at the base of a small portion cup having the same diameter as the tube. Slide the free end of the rubber tube into this hole.
  4. Make the soap and dry ice solutions as directed above but put the latter inside the bottle this time.
  5. Invert the funnel over the bottle to get the smoke pouring into it. Control the pressure of the smoke by adjusting the area of the bottle covered by the funnel.
  6. Remove the funnel.
  7. Submerge the portion cup in the soap solution and then cover the bottle with the funnel.
  8. You will find a boo bubble, filled with carbon dioxide and water vapor, taking shape.
  9. When it reaches the desired size, gently shake it off the portion cup.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Dry Ice Boo Bubbles

  1. It quickly hits the ground before bursting, and a cloud of fog erupts.
  2. Make scores of boo bubbles following the same method. You need to wear Bubble or pure cotton gloves to touch them while playing. You can blow up a giant boo bubble and bounce it off soft fabrics to enjoy yourself.

Another idea is to drop a few pieces of dry ice in warm water inside a hand-made volcano, to make it erupt violently.

Glowing Dry Ice Bubble

You can also make a glowing dry ice bubble. Put a waterproof flashlight in the bowl containing dry ice and watch its light shine through the dense fog. Follow the process above of creating the bubble before turning off the lights to exude an eerie glow from it. Watching the smoke churning inside the transparent bubble can even give kids goose bumps. This makes for a great Halloween idea. What say?

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Glowing Dry Ice Bubble

Dry Ice Bubble Video

Explanation of Dry Ice Bubble Formation

Dry ice is a solid that directly changes into its vapor form without passing through the intermediate liquid state, a process called sublimation. It happens at a temperature of −109.3 °F. Putting dry ice in warm water accelerates the process, creating clouds of fog. The thin film of soap stretched across the rim of the bowl traps the expanding smoke to make a giant bubble.

Hope you loved this project idea. What are you waiting for? Roll up your sleeves and get working. Wish you lots of thrills and chills.

Published on August 20th 2015 by Papiya Dutta under Science Fair Projects. Article was last reviewed on 20th August 2015.

This article was co-authored by wikiHow staff writer, Hunter Rising. Hunter Rising is a wikiHow Staff Writer based in Los Angeles. He has more than three years of experience writing for and working with wikiHow. Hunter holds a BFA in Entertainment Design from the University of Wisconsin – Stout and a Minor in English Writing.

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Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide and turns directly back into a gas as it heats up. When you submerge dry ice in water, it heats up quickly and produces a thick smoke you can use to create ambiance at parties or for special effects. Dry ice smoke is simple to make at home, but just be sure to wear protection when you handle the ice since it is extremely cold!

  • To make dry ice start to bubble and smoke, drop pieces of the ice in a large pot that’s half full of warm water.
  • Wear gloves when you’re handling the dry ice, because it’s so cold that it can damage your skin.
  • Add more dry ice chunks every 15-20 minutes to keep the vapor rolling.
  • Try using your dry ice to add extra drama to your Halloween decorations or party tables.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

How to create a smoke filled bubble

How to create a smoke filled bubble

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Warning: Open windows or use a fan to ventilate the room with your dry ice smoke since it could be harmful to breathe if the vapor builds up. [5] X Research source

How to create a smoke filled bubble

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Tip: If you don’t want your guests to risk touching dry ice, then put dry ice and warm water in a container larger than the punch bowl, and set the punch bowl on top of the ice.

Using a Glass Bubbler with Video Guide

How to create a smoke filled bubble

A glass bubbler pipe offers the water cooling smoke experience that a bong provides, while also being small and portable like your traditional glass spoon pipe.

  • There are real differences between a bong and bubbler
  • Yes, you add water to a bubbler
  • Don’t pull as hard on a bubbler as you would a bong
  • Light the bubbler and use the carb like you would a packed glass pipe
  • Make sure you know how to clean a bubbler, it’s important
  • Take care of your new glass bubbler

Did you just get a beautiful glass bubbler and want to know the basics of how to clean a glass pipe and how to pack your new piece?

Let me be the first to congratulate you on acquiring such a beautifully designed glass pipe, and I would be happy to explain how to smoke a bubbler. This trusty guide will tell you everything that you need to know to enjoy your new water pipe.

It’s time to uncover the mysteries of the glass bubbler. What is it? How does it work? What makes it different from a standard glass pipe and, let’s say, a glass bong?

The answer is that it is somewhere between a bong and a glass pipe. But, for me, one of the biggest differences is that a bubbler is a beautiful piece of glass and a great addition to a glass collection, especially when you have guests. Let me explain.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

There are Real Differences Between a Bong and Bubbler

Just like a standard heavy glass pipe, the bowl is not removable on a bubbler. Like a glass smoke pipe, a bubbler will have a carb on the side so that you can fill the chamber with smoke and then release it to clear the chamber.

Using the carburetor is a great way to preserve your smoking product. A bong can have a carb, but they more often have removable bowls that you can use to clear the chamber instead.

Yes, You Add Water to a Bubbler

If you want to use a glass water pipe the right way, then you need to know how to fill a bubbler. Like a bong, bubblers use water filtration which is great for a smoother smoke experience and perhaps our lung health.

However, a bubbler does not use even close to as much water as a bong does. People are always asking; how much water do you put in a bubbler? The answer is that it depends on the size of your water pipe.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

When adding water to a bubbler, take your time. Think of adding water to a bubbler pipe like pouring a cup of tea, carefully and slowly. Run a thin stream of water out of your faucet and either use the hole in the bowl or the mouthpiece to fill just a little water into the bubbler.

You do not need much water. Watch the water line through the glass and when it is high enough to cover the bottom of the bowl stem, you are good to go. You will find that when you are using a bubbler, you tend to tilt it back a little which helps the water cover the stem even more.

Don’t Pull as Hard on a Bubbler as You Would a Bong

Also, you will never inhale as hard with a bubbler as you would with a big bong, or you will find the water at the bottom of the bubbler in your mouth. It’s like a straw. Yucky.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

I’ve seen some people cough a little right into the mouthpiece when they use a bubbler. That is a major party foul. If you are going to cough, make sure to turn your head away from the bubbler, otherwise you will be blowing your smoking product and a fountain like stream across the room.

While that might be funny initially, it’s messy to clean up and a waste of your stash. It gets old, fast.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Light the Bubbler and Use the Carb Like you would a Packed Glass Pipe

Now, light the bubbler just like you would a glass pipe or a bong, and make sure to use the carb. You do not need to inhale very hard.

Take the flame from your lighter and gently place it on the side of the packed bowl. Let your inhale pull the flame just into the corner of your stash so you can burn through it slowly.

Inhale softly and you will hear the soft bubbling sound coming from the bubbler, hence its name. After the chamber is filled with smoke let the carb go and you get the same cool smooth smoking experience that you get with a bong.

Make Sure You Know How to Clean a Bubbler, It’s Important

A bubbler is a fun and beautiful addition to the collection and I hope you are able to enjoy yours the same way that I always have been able to. When you have guests come by, they will ooh and aahh over it too. However, bubblers can get clogged and look dirty easily.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Unlike the large chambers typical to bongs, the narrow chambers in bubblers gets filled with dark resin quickly. Since there is typically less water in a bubbler versus a bong, the water becomes dark and murky faster.

Make sure to empty your glass waterpipe when your session is over and have some pipe cleaners handy to clear out the chamber. Proper maintenance is a must.

Bubblers tend to be a lot smaller than bongs which means they also need to be cleaned regularly so they don’t get too gross. Read our guide to cleaning your glass pipe and ensure a smooth, delicious hit every time for you and your friends.

Take Care of Your New Glass Bubbler

Make sure that you are careful when placing your bubbler down on the table. Glass bubblers tend to be a little easier to tip over and the last thing you want is spilled bubbler water and a cracked pipe.

When you are not using your glass bubbler, find a safe place to store it where an inconsiderate swing of the hand could easily knock it over. Keeping it on something soft inside of a case of some sort is the best way to store water pipes like these.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

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Bubbles are beautiful, fun, and fascinating, but do you know what they are and how they work? Take a look at the science behind bubbles.

What Is a Bubble?

A bubble is a thin film of soapy water. Most of the bubbles that you see are filled with air, but you can make a bubble using other gasses, such as carbon dioxide. The film that makes the bubble has three layers. A thin layer of water is sandwiched between two layers of soap molecules. Each soap molecule is oriented so that its polar (hydrophilic) head faces the water, while its hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail extends away from the water layer. No matter what shape a bubble has initially, it will try to become a sphere. The sphere is the shape that minimizes ​the surface area of the structure, which makes it the shape that requires the least energy to achieve.​

What Happens When Bubbles Meet?

When bubbles stack, do they remain spheres? No. When two bubbles meet, they will merge walls to minimize their surface area. If bubbles that are the same size meet, then the wall that separates them will be flat. If bubbles that are different sizes meet, then the smaller bubble will bulge into the large bubble. Bubbles meet to form walls at an angle of 120 degrees. If enough bubbles meet, the cells will form hexagons. You can see observe this structure by making prints of bubbles or by blowing bubbles between two clear plates.

Ingredients in Bubble Solutions

Though soap bubbles are traditionally made from (you guessed it) soap, most bubble solutions consist of detergent in water. Glycerin often is added as an ingredient. Detergents form bubbles in much the same way as soap, but detergents will form bubbles even in tap water, which contains ions that could prevent soap bubble formation. The soap contains a carboxylate group that reacts with calcium and magnesium ions, while detergents lack that functional group. Glycerin, C3H5(OH)3, extends the life of a bubble by forming weaker hydrogen bonds with water, slowing down its evaporation.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Donna Murray, RN, BSN has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Rutgers University and is a current member of Sigma Theta Tau, the Nursing Honor Society.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Blowing and chasing bubbles with your kids will get you outdoors and enjoying healthy exercise. It can be a fun activity for all ages.

Fortunately, you don’t have to spend money on store-bought bubbles. Learning how to make bubble solution at home is often a much more affordable option.

Making a bubble solution at home will not only save money, but also introduce kids to how to use the kitchen, measure ingredients, and perform a little easy math. Making homemade bubbles also teaches lessons about reusing and repurposing materials, sparking your child’s imagination.

The Science of Making Bubbles

There is science to the process of making good bubble solution. Water by itself has a high surface tension and plain water bubbles are small and quick to burst.

Adding soap or detergent to the solution lowers the surface tension and allows larger bubbles to form.   Glycerin and corn syrup help the bubbles last longer by slowing down evaporation that causes them to burst.  

Before You Start

When making homemade bubbles, it is best to do it in large batches. Use either a clean bucket or a washed-out gallon-sized milk container. Then store the leftover bubbles in the milk container or a large plastic pitcher.

To use the bubble solution, pour it into an empty store-bought bubble container or a cleaned out, cylindrical-shaped frozen juice container.

Basic Homemade Bubble Solution

This simple recipe produces good bubbles. Many people use just water and dishwashing liquid, but the addition of corn syrup, like Karo syrup, or glycerin holds the solution together to make better bubbles.  

You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons light Karo syrup or 2 tablespoons glycerin
  • 4 tablespoons dishwashing liquid

Stir together until everything is dissolved.

Colored Bubbles

Regular bubbles have a nice sheen of their own, but adding a few drops of liquid food coloring to the mixture really makes a big difference.

Make sure you make this outside, away from anything that you don’t want stained (cars, patios, decks, etc.). The food coloring usually washes away, but you don’t want to take any chances.

You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup granulated soap or soap powder
  • 1-quart warm water
  • Liquid food coloring

Dissolve soap in warm water. Mix in the food coloring until you get the shade you want.

Use this as an opportunity to discuss how colors combine with your child. For example, yellow and blue make green, and blue and red make purple.

Sugar Bubbles

Adding sugar also seems to produce bubbles that are bigger and slower to pop.   If you are having a bubble-blowing contest, that could be your secret advantage.

You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons liquid detergent
  • 1 tablespoon glycerin
  • 1 teaspoon sugar

Mix all ingredients together until sugar dissolves.

Homemade Bubble Wands

If you happen to have bubble wands from store-bought bubbles lying around the house, you can use those. But experimenting with different household items can also be a lot of fun.

You can find things that you are either getting rid of or serve a different purpose but are a good fit for making bubbles. This sometimes requires thinking outside the box.

Involve your kids in looking for items that have holes that could serve as bubble wands. You’ll be exercising their creativity. Here are 10 ideas to get you started:

  • A ball with holes in it like a Wiffle ball
  • Colanders (for this one, you need a big bowl to dip into the bubble solution, and instead of blowing the bubbles, move your arms back and forth so the force of the wind does the work for you)
  • Cookie cutters
  • Fly or bug swatters
  • Make your own using pipe cleaners
  • Plastic baskets that hold berries (again, you can try blowing, but moving your arms might be less tiring and leave you less winded)
  • Plastic slotted spoons
  • Straws
  • The top end of a salt shaker or spice container
  • The top end of a plastic bottle (like a water bottle)

A Word From Verywell

Enjoy bubble blowing and encourage your kids to get lots of healthy movement and play. This activity can be a creative and affordable way for you and your kids to have fun.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

With all the cannabis-induced euphoria surrounding Oklahoma’s Green Rush, it’s easy to get lost in the smoky haze and forget that medical cannabis hasn’t even been legal for three years, yet.

With so much success in so little time, it may seem like our glorious program is invincible, but we have yet to have the opportunity to see how our market reacts to one of the most important factors…time.

Last week, a University of Oklahoma public radio station talked with a local dispensary owner and a couple of cannabis consultants, who see dank dark times ahead for the nation’s largest per-capita medical marijuana market.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

The Good News is the Bad News

Some of the factors that make our program so great — low start-up costs, lax regulation, speedy implementation — may be the same factors that drive the inflation of the economic cannabis bubble, which could pop and deflate thousands of Oklahomans who have thrown their eggs, money and future into the same cannabasket.

Oklahoma City dispensary owner Jessica Baker summarized the quandary for KGOU:

“It says something about people from Oklahoma… that they would just jump into something of the unknown and kind of gamble on it, which is a pretty cool quality,” she said.

But the flip side to Oklahoma’s low barrier of entry for starting a medical marijuana business is the pressure it puts on the market.”

What kind of pressure are we talking? For starters, Oklahoma could soon be producing far more weed than it can smoke —a situation fantastic for patients but fucked for people attempting to make a living selling it.

Look What Happened in Oregon.

With a similar Green Rush mentality, Oregon legalized marijuana with a low-cost, hands-off approach that would make any capitalist proud. As a result, weed production boomed — but with disastrous consequence.

Now, marijuana prices here [in Oregon] are in freefall, and the craft cannabis farmers who put Oregon on the map decades before broad legalization say they are in peril of losing their now-legal businesses as the market adjusts.

By 2019, Oregon was growing twice as much marijuana as its people were using. Cultivators were literally burning bales of weed to try to remedy the out of whack supply-and-demand.

This is a situation frighteningly similar to what seems to be developing in Oklahoma, where we are hovering around 10,000 active licensed cannabusinesses, including more than 2,000 dispensaries and around 6,500 growers.

The Writing on the Wall

When the weed we grow isn’t worth the cost of growing it, there will be a lot of Oklahomans losing a lot of money. This was an inevitability in such a loosely regulated market with so many enthusiastic entrepreneurs, but that isn’t going to make it easier for those who invested their entire livelihoods into this industry only to fail spectacularly.

It won’t be impossible to maintain high levels of success (many well-funded operations will), capitalism will do its thing, but Oklahoma’s cannabis industry can’t help but to confront the reality of eating its own.

Local four-named attorney Sarah Lee Gossett Parrish gave KGOU her best advice to survive the inevitable bubble-burst:

“You have people getting into it who don’t understand that the cannabis industry is just like any other business,” she said. “You have to work hard and have a strong business acumen and know what you’re doing.”

Because there are so many growers, Gossett Parrish said they need to zero in on a market to avoid being eclipsed by larger growers that generate a massive supply of product.

So, while it will be a struggle, not all hope is lost! The market may be hyper-competitive, but it will still be possible to thrive for cannabusinesses that carve out a unique space in Oklahoma’s overly-saturated medical marijuana market.

We’ll be cheering them on from behind the bleachers, where we will be sneaking a vape break.

How to create a smoke filled bubble

Nora Nalle is a kids’ crafts expert, writer, and teacher with almost a decade of experience creating crafts and STEM craft tutorials for children. She was also a craft stylist for for the “All You Frightfully Fun Halloween Handbook,” which focuses on kids’ Halloween projects.

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How to create a smoke filled bubble

  • Total Time: 1 hr
  • Yield: 1 jar
  • Skill Level: Kid-friendly

Bubbles captivate people of all ages. Perhaps it’s their rainbow reflective surface, the way they float on a breeze, or the satisfaction that comes from popping them. Whatever your reason is, it’s easy to find the joy in them. Bubbles can keep small children enthralled for hours, and older kids can find satisfaction in making this recipe for the best bubble solution ever.

Making bubble solution is also a great STEM activity for young budding scientists. You can introduce concepts about surface tension (what shape is a bubble? Can a bubble be a cube or a pyramid?), matter (are bubbles solids, liquids, or gas? Answer: They are actually a thin layer of liquids filled with the gas O2), and wind direction (can you tell which way the wind is blowing from how the bubbles float?) to kids in an engaging hands-on way.

Use this recipe to keep yourself, your family, and friends enjoying bubbles all year long. If young children are using the bubble solution, make sure they keep it away from their eyes, as soap can irritate them.

The dish soap will help give the bubble mixture its color, so choose a soap in a desirable color—we went with blue!

Create the Awesome Effect of Edible Cocktail Bubbles with Ease!

The Flavour Blaster is essentially a device that vaporises scented aromas that can be blasted into an edible bubble to rest on top of a cocktail. The bubble provides theatre for the guests as it pops into a puff of smoke. It’s a sensory delight!

DIY options cost less than a Flavour Blaster, but they take more care to set up and can be pretty complex to execute. The cheapest option is to use dry ice in conjunction with a scented liquid. The Cocktail Chemistry YouTube channel suggests using grapefruit juice, for example. The dry ice reacts with the liquid. If you can keep that reaction in a safe, condensed space with a rubber tube attached, the reaction forces the Co2 through the hose. It’s cheap but easy to get wrong and inconsistent in terms of the strength of the reaction and the quality of the aroma cloud. You can also use real smoke by using a culinary smoking gun with wood chips and a rubber hose attachment. By synching the hose, you can control when the smoke comes through it, allowing you to let the smoke fill a bubble slowly. Again, this relies on inexact techniques, changeable depending on the competence of staff members and quality of ingredients.

The Flavour Blaster was invented to create consistently excellent cocktail bubbles, with no variables in the execution. As Nick Fisher says at the end of the Cocktail Chemistry video, “It’s by far the most convenient and effective way to get smoke bubbles. plus its just tonnes of fun!”

The thing all these techniques have in common is the necessity of a food-grade edible bubble solution.

Edible Bubble Solution

Flavour Blaster sells its own proprietary solution Bubble X. The ingredients are naturally allergen, and gluten-free, made from at least 98% water, with the remainder made up of plant extracts. Our edible bubble mixture was specially formulated for the hospitality industry.

It includes ingredients like Carboxymethylcellulose — a gum that provides the viscosity necessary to create the tension for the wall that forms the bubble. It’s extracted from plant cellulose — the main substance in the walls of plant cells that stops them going limp; Citric Acid — a natural derivative from citrus fruits, this organic compound is used as an emulsifier and preserving agent; and Coco Betaine, a surfactant compound from coconut oil that lowers the surface tension between two liquids, in this case, edible bubble mixture ingredients and water, allowing for a bubble to form when you blow, or in our case, blast into it.

How to Create an Edible Cocktail Bubble?

  • You’ll need a small bowl or jigger to pour out your bubble solution, ready for use.
  • A small vessel for water large enough to dip a glass in (or a nearby sink).
  • Pre-prepared glassware. For the best bubbles, use glasses with an open angle on the lip, like a martini glass.
  • You’ll need your cocktail ingredients prepped and ready.
  • Your Flavour Blaster Cocktail Kit including the fully charged gun, edible bubble mixture, and your choice of aromatic.

2. Prepare Your Workspace

  • Is your coil tank full and primed for use? If not, follow the easy steps in our video guide.
  • Do you have enough bubble mixture for your experiment or a busy shift?
  • Do you need to organise your workstation to suit high volumes of service? (if so, check out our space organising tools)
  • Are you standing by a fan or near an open window? This may make your bubble float in a direction you don’t want.

3. Ready to Serve

  • Rim the lip of the glass with water to make sure it is wet all the way around.
  • Make the cocktail and pour it into the serving glass.
  • Activate the gun by pulling the trigger three times within two seconds.
  • Choose your power setting (Simone, our co-creator suggests trying between 30-35 Watts to begin with).
  • Dip your Flavour Blaster nozzle in the edible Bubble X and let any excess roll-off.
  • Hold the nozzle about a centimetre away from the drink’s surface.
  • Pull the trigger to release the aromatic vapour.
  • Fill the bubble as much as necessary for your required effect.
  • Draw the Flavour Blaster away to gently leave the bubble resting on the cocktail.
  • Turn the gun off by pulling the trigger three times in two seconds.

4. Know Your Limitations

  • The Flavour Blaster won’t work on a glass rimmed with anything textured, like salt on a margarita, for example.
  • It may not work if there’s lots of ice or foam on the surface of the cocktail.
  • Make sure the glassware is clean, as dirt may change the structure of the bubble.
  • Keep your Bubble X at room temperature as heat can also change the structure of the mixture.
  • Its best to serve your bubbles on cold or chilled cocktails as a warm glass may make your bubble pop.

5. Practice Makes Perfect!

  • Keep at it!
  • When you’re ready, take a look at all the tricks people use worldwide, with floating bubbles, double bubbles, unusual serves and sophisticated aroma pairings.


Full time elf
  • Oct 28, 2021
  • #1
  • I’ve been thinking about adding a smoke and bubble machine to my show for many months now, and now it’s really time to make a decision on what to get on to.

    Been looking at these two from DJ City.

    Differences are apparently minor, but are heating elements 1500w versus 2000w , and 12 leds versus 18 leds

    On DJ City, says 4 dmx channels, but on the Tronios (manufacturer) site, it says 8 dmx channels.

    The 2000 is a larger unit, and obviously heavier too, but that’s not an issue to me.

    Tending to think ‘bigger is better’, but is it really worth it ?

    Looking at feedback and suggestions.


    Im a SmartAlec what can i say!
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #2
  • Mark_M

    Annoying Elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #3
  • What @SmartAlecLights posted above is not small, but it’s versatile.

    Fog comes out hot from the machine and fills the bubbles. With a fog chiller like Alec’s it cools the fog down so the bubbles will hang around lower.
    I’ve done the same with a fog machine behind and a dryer ventilation hose between.


    Full time elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
    • Thread starter
    • #4

    Sadly your photo didn’t show up for me, but separate machines is an option.

    I see in Mark’s reply, he mentions your one is a fog chiller.


    Full time elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #5
  • Therapist – Specialising in 5v mistakes
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #6
  • You get an extra rotating bubble wand with the more expensive one. I killed one (wand stopped turning) during the first season but warranty fixed it. I know another member had an issue with the power supply but you get the Australian warranty with it. Big massive hit for kids and if you buy their scents to add to the mixture (you don’t need much) it gives the atmosphere another depth.

    Here is picture from the 2000w unit. I have another one going in this years display


    Im a SmartAlec what can i say!
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #7
  • What @SmartAlecLights posted above is not small, but it’s versatile.

    Fog comes out hot from the machine and fills the bubbles. With a fog chiller like Alec’s it cools the fog down so the bubbles will hang around lower.
    I’ve done the same with a fog machine behind and a dryer ventilation hose between.


    Full time elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #8
  • SmartAlecLights

    Im a SmartAlec what can i say!
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #9
  • BAZMick

    Full time elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
  • #10
  • bpratt

    Full time elf
    • Oct 29, 2021
    • Thread starter
    • #11

    You get an extra rotating bubble wand with the more expensive one. I killed one (wand stopped turning) during the first season but warranty fixed it. I know another member had an issue with the power supply but you get the Australian warranty with it. Big massive hit for kids and if you buy their scents to add to the mixture (you don’t need much) it gives the atmosphere another depth.

    Here is picture from the 2000w unit. I have another one going in this years display

    Sounds pretty good to me.

    I’ll have to get more details on the scents you can get for them then.

    How to create a smoke filled bubble

    A lot of homeschoolers avoid testing on principle, because they know that testing alone isn’t an accurate measure of education.

    It’s important, however, that our kids know how to take tests, especially if they’re college-bound. A lot of homeschool curricula include fill-in-the-blank, matching, and multiple choice tests, but what about those fill-in-the-bubble type?

    Unless a child takes a standardized test, he’s probably not going to encounter these bubble test forms very often, if at all. So how do you help your child get familiar with that type of test form?

    It’s easy. You can generate your own unique bubble test forms here. There are a number of customization options, including making the answers True and False instead of only multiple choice. Once you’ve created your form, you can print out as many copies as you’d like.

    So if your curriculum uses a multiple choice or T/F test structure (or you make up one of your own), you might try generating a bubble test sheet so your child can practice taking the test with that method. It’ll be a painless way to prepare them for taking college entrance tests (like SAT and ACT) as well as regular college exams.

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    You already know how much kids love bubbles (and let’s face it, you probably love them, too). What could make bubbles even more fun? These great experiments and activities we did brought bubbles to the next level and intrigued students, parents, and teachers alike!

    We did these activities the week the students were learning about the letter B. It made a real nice tie-in between the letter sound and all the fun things we were doing in the classroom. We started by reading the book “Bubble Bubble” by Mercer Mayer. The little boy in the book makes magic bubbles in the shapes of all kinds of animals. Then we asked the children if they thought we could make magic bubbles and told them we had some experiments to find out.

    Experiment 1: Shaped Bubbles?

    The first experiment was simple. We had made some bubble wands out of pipe cleaners in different shapes: square and triangle are some simple ones to make. I asked the children to make a prediction (yes, I used this word. I believe the more we use vocabulary with children, the more they will understand it and use it themselves). They guessed what would happen if I made a bubble using a square-shaped bubble wand. I got all kinds of responses. In fact, after reading the story, one child thought maybe a dragon-shaped bubble would come out!

    Unfortunately, we cannot make a dragon bubble.

    Of course, after trying it out, we found that no matter what shape our wand, the bubbles will always come out round. This is because of surface tension; the wall of the bubble will automatically make the shape with the least surface area it can. I told the kids the air inside the bubble pushes out evenly on all sides, which makes the bubble a circle (or technically a sphere, but we won’t get into that).

    Experiment 2: Popping Bubbles (and Putting Things Inside Bubbles)

    The next experiment got a little more fun. Now I asked the children what makes a bubble pop? They decided that things that are sharp are what will pop bubbles. We tested this with a pencil. Sure enough, the pencil popped the bubble. But wait, what if we try something that is not sharp? Next, we tried a toy that had smooth edges. It popped the bubble, too. We decided that it must not be sharpness that pops a bubble. I told the kids that bubbles most often pop not because they touch something sharp, but because they touch something dry. Bubbles are wet and they need to stay wet, but when they touch something dry, that dry thing absorbs (we’ve been using this word with the children a lot at school and many of them understand what it means now) a bit of the bubble’s water and makes a hole in the bubble.

    So then the fun began; I showed the kids what would happen if I tried to pop the bubble with the same pencil I used before, but this time I dipped it in bubble solution and got it nice and wet first. The pencil went right through the bubble! We tried this with the toy, too, and then our fingers! We had bubble solution in our sand and water table, and let the kids try this themselves during playtime. They had so much fun! One girl was so excited to show me the bean she put inside her bubble!

    Experiment 3: Bouncing Bubbles and “Boo” Bubbles

    Okay, this one was really more of a science activity than an “experiment,” but it was really fun for everybody! We owe our thanks here to for showing us these really neat things we can do with bubbles. To be honest, we have really become a bunch of Steve Spangler groupies around here.

    *Please remember to use caution when doing this activity!*

    We made our own contraption with a pickle jar and some tubing (actually my boss’ husband made it). We gave each of the children a sock, which worked the same as the glove in the video. We blew these little smoke-filled bubbles all over and let the kids catch them and bounce them in their hands! An interesting fact: since the CO2 is so heavy, these bubbles go down instead of floating up like most bubbles do!

    Look at the bubbles bouncing!

    A few things to remember:

    1. Never touch dry ice!

    2. Do not fill the water past the hose or seal off the jar in a way in which no air can come out.

    When we were doing the experiment, something somehow got clogged and we felt the pressure building up in the jar! We had to take the lid off and let the air out so there wouldn’t be an explosion!

    Since hands-on, self-guided exploration is so important to young children, we made sure there were opportunities for bubble exploration in (and outside of) the classroom, including the art table and easel, the sand and water table, and outside on the playground.

    Bubbles is one of my favorite things to do with the kids (especially with the dry ice bubbles). In addition to the kids’ own excitement about the activities, they fed off my enthusiasm. Children can always tell these kind of things. The more you are interested in something, the more likely it is that the kids will be interested in it, too. This was one of the great examples of how fun and learning can (and should) go hand-in-hand.

    Hash comes from the word hashish which means “grass” in Arabic. It is a concentrated form of cannabis that has been around for a long time. Indians have known how to make hash for centuries. In fact, they rubbed cannabis with their hands until the friction and heat coated their hands with the plant’s resin. Then, they rolled the resin into balls called “charas.”

    Nowadays most cannabis concentrates are in the form of oils made with solvents. Others are made by squeezing cannabis parts between hot plates to make rosin extracts. However, OG connoisseurs still have a sweet tooth for some of the more traditional non-solvent hashes. The two ways to make them involve manually separating trichomes with the dry sift and ice water extraction techniques.

    How To Make Dry Sift Hash

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    Dry sifting is relatively simple. You just need weed and different sized micron screens.

    Starting Materials

    There are boxes that have several different sized screens on top of each other to make the dry sifting process simple. The screen sizes get smaller as you move downwards.

    If you have no box, you can just use different sized screens. Just make sure to have something like a large piece of paper to catch the sifted materials with. Fold the piece of paper and move the sifted materials to the next screen or to where you plan on storing them.

    Step 1: Run Through First Screen

    Using a stiff card, you can brush the plant material back and forth until no more resin is passing through. The first screen is usually the largest so there will probably still be contaminants in the sifted material.

    Step 2: Clean It Further

    If you’re using a box designed for dry sifting, there should be a second screen directly under the first one. Remove the top screen and set it aside. Repeat step 1 until you’re down to the last screen. You can label each sift with the size of the micron size screen used.

    The highest quality dry sift and bubble hash falls under the full melt extracts category. You can find out how to ensure the dry sift is a full melt every time by reading Bubbleman’s tricks & tips to make full-melt dry sift hash.

    How To Make Bubble Hash

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    Bubble hash uses ice, water and silk-screen filters to separate trichomes. The name comes from the fact that the concentrate will melt next to a flame instead of burning. Fresh frozen material tends to make higher-quality hash.

    Full melt ice wax made with freshly frozen buds can be pressed at low temperatures to make live rosin. Live rosin is one of the highest-quality on the cannabis concentrate market today. As a result, it’s one also one of the hardest to find and most expensive per gram.

    Starting Materials

    Whether it’s freshly frozen or not, you’ll need bud or trim to make bubble hash. You’ll also need a 1 or 5-gallon bucket and a bubble bag set to fit it. You’ll also need a large spoon or something to stir things up with.

    Step 1: Prepare Bucket

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    First line the bucket with the smallest micron filter you have. Continue lining the remaining bags on top so that they gradually increase in size. The largest size bag should be on top and the first one that you remove.

    You want to put as much ice as you possibly can without things overflowing. Once you have the bottom of the bucket covered in ice you can start to go back and forth making layers of weed and ice until you reach the top of the bucket. Make sure the top layer is ice and not plant material.

    Fill the bucket with water just below the lip so you can stir without making a mess.

    Step 2: Gently Stir

    Allow the water to sit and decrease in temperature. Some hashmakers like to put their bucket in the fridge for an hour before beginning the stirring process. Once things have chilled, use a large spoon to slowly stir the mixture. As the ice starts to melt, it will get easier to stir and you can increase your stirring speed a bit. Stir for about ten to fifteen minutes.

    Step 3: Strain & Repeat

    The next step is to strain the liquid until nothing is left but plant matter and ice. The smaller resin glands will have fallen through, back into the bucket for further filtering.

    As you move onto smaller sized screen bags, you will be left with purer hash. Once drained, you can fold each bag at the bottom to allow all of the hash to pile up. Keep them separate and label the size of the micron screen. Trying each one out will help you understand the full spectrum flavors and potencies a single strain of hash can offer.

    Final Hit: How To Make Hash

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    High Times Magazine has had articles on how to make hash and hash oil since the eighties. Our first article on how to make hash the old-fashioned way involved rubbing “grass” against a cloth to separate the resin into a bowl. Before the rosin press, hashmakers did what they could to make their product into an easier to smoke solid. They had clothes steamers and handheld torches for heat. Vice grips applied pressure.

    Consider this our contemporary guide on how to make hash. Today, there are better tools you can use to make higher quality hash with less effort than the resourceful hashmakers of the past. The quality of the final product will vary depending on the starting materials used.

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    I had the same issue and problem with and with phlegm color that was whitish. Also, I had this bubbles so that is why I visited my doctor, just to see what is going on with me. So, when I went to see my doctor, he did some analyses immediately and then he told me that this coughing up white phlegm that also can contain some bubbles might be a sign that the mucus is from the lungs. It can be caused by pneumonia. So, I am still waiting for the results to come. I hope that everything is going to be ok.

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    The fact is that your body is always making mucus, and the phlegm that you are having is just excessive mucus. In most cases when your mucus is produced more than usual is when your mucus membrane is irritated by some sort of an infection. Now if you have viral or bacterial infection you will notice the thick phlegm in your mouth which will cause many problems. My suggestion would be to try to avoid drinking milk which in some people causes more production of mucus. Do you smoke cigarettes? I know that cigarettes can cause problems that you are having now. You should also try to change your diet in more healthier.

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    Hello all, I also have this issue but I know what is causing it. I know this is going to sound crazy but bare with me. The issue is parasites, you have worms. Trust me. Please just try this and you will know in an instant. When you blow your nose, do it in clean white tp or something similar. Then you need to look at it magnified. I have one on my phone that works well. 10 times is good but higher is better. When looking at the mucus if you see little black or greenish lines those are the worms. To verify pick one up with the tip of a razor blade and you’ll be able to see it squirm. I have plenty of videos of this. Doctors nowadays are just ignorant to parasites in humans. If you haven’t been out of the country in the last 6 months they won’t even investigate. They’ll laugh at you if you bring this up. I have been battling these for 2 years and the doctors won’t even treat me or even just look at me. So I had to diagnose myself. They aren’t gods or know everything. A little investigative research on your part and you can figure out most things on your own. I finally have docs believing me and finally they are treating me and giving me the respect I deserve. After all, I’m hiring them to do a job. I know it sounds bizarre, but just magnify the mucus, look for black the ad like worms (tiny), then confirm by lifting them up and see if they move. You may need to try multiple threads to get one to move. The bad news, if you do confirm this, your body is infested very bad. You have them in your lungs, Nasal passages, GI tract, and probably else where. Good luck and don’t let the docs treat you like an id**t or worse. You need to be proactive.

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    I was thinking the same thing. I’m detoxing for candidida albicans overgrowth and while taking bentonite clay and psyllium husk powder detox (1 tbl bentonite clay 1 tsp psyllium husk powder in 8 oz of distilled water) use a glass and a plastic fork to stir or plastic top to shake. NO METALS! And drink fast) I found worms! And the mucus bubbles ive been couging up are getting healthier looking.
    Anyway while taking this I also paired it with boiling 3 tbl spoons of Cafe mam therapy coffee in 4 cups of distilled water strained it in an enema bucket with cheesecloth and a rubberband and used the enemas as well. The coffee enema was proven to be part of the cure for cancer in the Gerson Therapy and is the best detox regimen I’ve ever taken on. It cleanses you and gets all the toxins out. Try to keep it in for 15 minutes and be close to the toilet. I do mine in the bathroom on the floor laying on my left side. And drink a ton of water and infusion waters. I use lemon water every day but add things like mint leaves.
    Doing this bentonite/ psyllium cleanse has brought things out of my face i didn’t know was even behind there and some cysts I couldn’t get to come up for years are starting to come to the surface. My feces isn’t nice to look at but i strongly suggest getting plastic throw away gloves and examining . I know gross too much info. But honestly doctors don’t believe in this stuff at all but it is real and someone has to research it. Parasites, Bacterial and fungal overgrowth turns into cancer. I am a 2 time cancer survivor and I guarantee if I would’ve done this cleanse prior I never would’ve had cancer. I’m amazed at what’s coming out i have overgrowth of yeast but am finding parasites too. Make sure you buy any item you take internally or externally from a good natural trustworthy source.
    I also changed my diet All organic , no gmo, no red meat, no sugar, no wheat, no gluten, no milk, no milk yogurt, only live probiotics coconut or almond milk kefir, wild fish, antibiotic free chicken, avocado, leafy greens, no fruit (anything you think is a veggie but has seeds is a fruit), coconut oil, prebiotics an probiotics supplement, Himalayan salt mouth rinse 3 times a day, only season with him. salt pepper, herbs, cinnamon sticks, lemon, local raw honey. Just follow a clean diet no preservatives no crazy c**p, no out to eat, no fast food, no coffee to drink, drink teas that are good for digestion health. You have to detox the worms out.

    Good luck everyone! Hope my experience helps

    What do you do with witches cauldrons?

    Most often a cauldron is made of cast iron and is used to burn loose incense on a charcoal disc, to make black salt (used in banishing rituals), for mixing herbs, or to burn petitions (paper with words of power or wishes written on them).

    How do you play witches cauldron?

    Players are given 3 stuffed frogs to toss into the witches cauldrons. The way a player wins a “top prize” is by getting all three frogs into one of each of the cauldrons for the “witches brew”! players try to toss a frog into the “witches brew” in order – starting with the closest to the farthest.

    What is a witchcraft cauldron?

    Definition of witches’ cauldron

    : an unholy combination or set of circumstances : a turbid or menacing situation let us look into this witches’ cauldron—the battle of Germany— J. F. C. Fuller.

    How do cauldrons work?

    Renewable Yes
    Catches fire from lava No

    How do you make a witch cauldron stirring?

    What happens when you drink from the Witches cauldron rdr2?

    How do you make a witches cauldron bubble?

    1. Place a piece of round styrofoam in the bottom of your cauldron. …
    2. Follow the directions on the spray foam and begin spraying the insulation foam in the inside of the cauldron. …
    3. Once the spray foam is dry, about 15 minutes, use a paintbrush to paint it green.

    How do you make a cauldron bubble?

    How do you make smoke in a cauldron?

    Ready Made Fog Machine

    Fill the fog machine with the ​fog juice​ you need to get to make it work. Set it inside the cauldron and plug it in or turn it on. Small fog machines use about 1 quart of the liquid to create two hours of fog.

    How do you date a cauldron?

    Re: Cauldrons (Kettles)

    Dating these kettles is generally by the form of ears or lugs for the bail attachment, also the shape of the feet. Looking at the legs on this kettle, they look like D shaped. In the Gray Book it states that most eighteenth and early nineteenth century legs were D shaped.

    What is another word for cauldron?

    kettle vat
    pot container
    vessel receptacle
    caldron boiler
    reactor steamer

    How heavy is a cauldron?

    Can you catch honey in a cauldron?

    Putting a cauldron under a dripping bee nest/hive will slowly fill it with honey. … Honey cauldrons have 4 levels (not counting empty), and they can be used to cure poison (1 level), fill bottles with honey (1 level), and fill buckets with honey (4 levels).

    How do you speak cauldron?

    How many potions fill a cauldron?

    Putting potions into a cauldron will fill it by one level at a time. Three potions of any kind, whether standard, splash, or lingering, will fill a cauldron. Standing in the potion will not give you the potion effect, but it can be used to tip arrows.

    Is Gavin ever found RDR2?

    How do you save Arthur from TB?

    Do you always get TB in Red Dead Redemption 2?

    How do you decorate a witches cauldron?

    What is a bubbling cauldron?

    Bubbling Cauldrons: Bring Out your Inner Alchemist!

    If two numbers in one cauldron add up to a third number in that same cauldron, they bubble up and cause an explosion! This means that all the ingredients, or numbers, leave the cauldrons, and you must start all over again.

    Can you put dry ice in a plastic cauldron?

    How do you make a witch holding hands?

    How do you light a cauldron in Minecraft?

    How do you make fake hot coals?

    How do you put dry ice in a cauldron?

    Place chunks of dry ice in a large cauldron (or bowl) and then place a smaller metal or plastic punchbowl on top. When ready, pour a little warm water over the ice to get the creeping mist in full effect. One pound of dry ice will produce smoke for a few minutes.

    How do you make a cauldron smoke without dry ice?

    Carefully fill your jar with 1½ quarts of hot water and add three drops of rubbing alcohol. Place the bag of ice over the bottle and the fog will begin to form.

    How do you make spooky smoke?

    What Cast iron is worth the most?

    • Numbers #3, 6, and 8 are not considered collectible. …
    • The most desirable pan is #1 – they’re super rare and worth $1,000 each, despite their small size.

    What is in a witches cauldron Minecraft?

    The Witch’s Cauldron is created by using an Anointing Paste on a vanilla Minecraft Cauldron. … But, with the use of the Witches’ Armor, a Toad Familiar, and some special potions, up to 15 potions can be made per brew. Custom Rituals can also be cast using the Witch’s Cauldron.

    How can you tell a cast iron cauldron?

    What is the sentence of cauldron?

    Cauldron sentence example

    She rolled her eyes at him and returned to the cauldron of soup on the stove. Something was boiling in a small cauldron at the edge of the fire and a soldier in a peaked cap and blue overcoat, lit up by the fire, was kneeling beside it stirring its contents with a ramrod.

    What is the opposite of a cauldron?

    The word cauldron refers to a large, metal cooking pot that is used over an open fire. There are no categorical antonyms for this word. …

    Use Water Vapor to Form a Cloud

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    Here’s a quick and easy science project you can do: make a cloud inside a bottle. Clouds form when water vapor forms tiny visible droplets. This results from cooling the vapor. It helps to provide particles around which the water can liquefy. In this project, we’ll use smoke to help form a cloud.

    Cloud in a Bottle Materials

    You only need a few basic materials for this science project:

    • 1-liter bottle
    • Warm water
    • Match

    Let’s Make Clouds

    1. Pour just enough warm water in the bottle to cover the bottom of the container.
    2. Light the match and place the match head inside the bottle.
    3. Allow the bottle to fill with smoke.
    4. Cap the bottle.
    5. Squeeze the bottle really hard a few times. When you release the bottle, you should see the cloud form. It may disappear between “squeezes.”

    The Other Way to Do It

    You can also apply the ideal gas law to make a cloud in a bottle:

    PV = nRT, where P is pressure, V is volume, n is number of moles, R is a constant, and T is temperature.

    If the amount of gas (as in a closed container) isn’t changed, then if you raise the pressure, the only way for the temperature of the gas to be unchanged is by decreasing the container volume proportionally. If you’re not sure you can squeeze the bottle hard enough to achieve this (or that it would bounce back) and want a really dense cloud, you can do the not-as-child-friendly version of this demonstration (still pretty safe). Pour hot water from a coffeemaker into the bottom of the bottle. Instant cloud! (. and a slight melting of the plastic) If you can’t find any matches, light a strip of cardboard on fire, insert it into the bottle, and let the bottle get nice and smoky.

    How Clouds Form

    Molecules of water vapor will bounce around like molecules of other gases unless you give them a reason to stick together. Cooling the vapor slows the molecules down, so they have less kinetic energy and more time to interact with each other. How do you cool the vapor? When you squeeze the bottle, you compress the gas and increase its temperature. Releasing the container lets the gas expand, which causes its temperature to go down. Real clouds form as warm air rises. As air gets higher, its pressure is reduced. The air expands, which causes it to cool. As it cools below the dew point, water vapor forms the droplets we see as clouds. Smoke acts the same in the atmosphere as it does in the bottle. Other nucleation particles include dust, pollution, dirt, and even bacteria.

    I am going to tell you how to do Meth so you will not get confused in any of my journal entries when I am talking about doing meth.

    Smoking METH is way DIFFERENT from smoking WEED.

    Fact: When smoking meth do not EVER get the flame directly on the meth because it will EXPLODE. Say your using a pipe. Do not get the flame in the hole because if the flame ACTUALLY touches the meth it will explode.

    A meth pipe: A meth pipe is basically a long stem (the part that you suck through) and a hollow sphere at the end..(A hollow Bowl) ..On top of the hollow bowl there is a little hole where you can stick the meth in. Then you are ready to smoke.

    Smoking Meth: You hold the lighter under the bowl and hold it where it’s ALMOST touching the glass, But not quite. (The meth gets so hot that it melts and starts to smoke and smolder.) . When you see smoke coming out of the hole that is on TOP of the bowl that is when you start taking the hit. While you are taking the hit you should make the seal around the pipe from your lips kind of loose, Because you should spin the pipe between your fingers so it won’t waste the meth.

    Tip: Don’t tip the pipe over to where the hole on the top would be upside down. Because if the METH fell out of the pipe while it was smoldering hot and it got on you it would fucking burn the shit out of you. Burn you like no other. And if you got it on the couch or something it would probably be so hot that it could spark up a flame and could start a fire.

    Inhaling: You should start to suck on the pipe very lightly. And then suck a little harder and then suck untill you can’t inhale anymore smoke into your lungs. (Meth smoke is not very tastefull it only tastes kind of different on the first hit. It tastes kind of like chemicals. and then afterwards it doesn’t really taste.) . You can’t really feel the smoke going down into your longs at first. It doesn’t hurt at all. Thats why you can take GIGANTIC hits.

    Smoke Smell: The smoke does not smell like ANYTHING. Sometimes (But BARELY often. Once in a GREAT while) you can smell a little sent of chemicals. But usually that does not occur. But just incase..Spray some spray or light some inscents.

    Make sure the fan is on AFTER you smoke. If the fan is on while you are smoking the shit it will fuck the lighter up and make it all windy and put it out. It’s gay. So make sure it is on AFTER you smoke the G.

    When you blow out the smoke it comes out in these HUGE clouds..Like, When you see the smoke coming out of your mouth. You’re just like Woah. Because the disbelief of how much smoke you just blew out. It’s weird.

    Thats about it about smoking it.

    My b. I was wrong about A LOT of things in this entry. But now we got the REAL facts from a professional named Miranda.

    *I learned some things that I was wrong about when you smoke dope from a PROFESSIONAL named Miranda. Damn dude. I was wrong about a LOT of things in this Entry. You will have to forgive this idiot right here.

    Miranda is saying all of these.

    “Meth doesn’t explode when it hits the flame directly. It melts.”

    “If you get the flame into the hole where you load the dope in, It will just make a quick flame. It doesn’t explode. and believe me I know this for a fact. I have been smokin’ for atleast a year or year 1/2.”

    “And you can hold the flame directly on the bowl. worst case sinario of doing this would be burning all the dope up or blacking the bowl a little but you can always take a rage and wipe it off”

    “If you know how to smoke well, you can hold the flame directly under the glass without burning it”

    “And the reason why you spin it it makes the clowd (smoke) in the bowl swirl up, you spin it slow when there is a fat puddle (big bowl) loaded in the bowl, if theres a little bowl, then you spin it faster”

    “And chances are before the dope falls out of the hole on the bowl, It will just dry and crystalize in the bowl. Hardly ever falls out like that. But what you really wanna look out for is tipping the bowl downward instead of upward because the dope will fall down threw the stem into your mouth and give you 3rd degree burns in the back of your throat”

    “Also, when you first load the bowl and melt it down, blow the smoke out and let it crystalize so you don’t take the first chemical hit, because that can kill you.”

    “And melting dope that falls on fabric or anything for that nature, won’t set it on fire. It will just dry and crystalize. May burn it a little but it won’t start a fire.”

    “And actually depending on how the pipe is made, how thick the glass is etc. thats when you should know how hard to inhale it”

    “And the reason why you take gigantic hits is because G smoke isn’t actually smoke like weed/cigarettes and shit like that. It’s actually more like a powder that compresses the smoke you blow out looks really white because its so dense”

    “G actually does smell. To experienced smokers. Especially if the dope got burned or turned a little black makes the chemical smell a lot stronger.”

    “And having a fan on while smoking is possible, just use a torch lighter (wind resistant flame) but make sure you don’t leave the torch by/on the dope because it’ll burn up and make it evaporate into the stem of the pipe.”

    “And you never want to hold G smoke in your lungs. ever. My friend held it in 8-10 seconds and his lungs collapsed. Depending on how long you hold it in, It’s very possible that you could die. Never blow it out your nose because it kills your nose hairs after a while and then your nose isn’t protected by them anymore sometimes resulting in weaker ammune system.”

    “It’s smart not to blow out the smoke on any open skin it then settles into your pores and makes you break out, sometimes get a rash, skin gets irritated, and/or you get tweaker sores.”

    “Crystal Methamphetamine, once introduced to the body, once it hits the brain and goes threw the blood stream, it eats everything in your stomach away. If you go without eating for a while, Eventually your stomach will start to shrink after a period of time, your body starts eating away at itself.”

    “And you should stay away from lines because they fuck your nose up really bad. It also goes directly to the brain so your chances of overdosing are higher.”

    “If you do choose to do a line, Make sure you break it up real good so there are no fatty shards and shit because then it has the potential to make your nose bleed.”

    “The shit in the back of your throat is called drainage. And no, Don’t get all the snot out of your nose and your throat because that is what all the dope is mixed in with and so basically it is just like doing a line of coke and blowing your nose right after that. Drink a beverage.”

    “You could also get a capsul (a pill case) and fill it up with a sack of dope and just take it orally like a pill, that fucks you up real bad.”

    “And actually most dope dealers won’t just settle for cash, many of them trade different goods for dope. Depending on the dope dealer you could probably trade gift certificates to them. Especially around Christmas Time.”*

    Thats all the facts that I got from Miranda.

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    How to Make a Comfy Puff Quilt

    Puff quilts are often called biscuit quilts. This technique differs from the traditional method used to make the quilts so before you begin, read the pattern to get a feel for the entire assembly process.

    Unless you’re planning on a random layout, it’s a good idea to design a puff quilt before choosing fabrics. Use graph paper or another method to create a grid that’s nine squares across and 11 squares tall. Fill in the blanks with colors or with shades-of-gray color values to design the layout. The finished quilt will measure about 32 inches by 38 inches.

    Fabric and Supplies

    • Three yards of fabric for top squares (can be orderly or scrappy)
    • Two yards of muslin or another fabric for back squares (will not be visible in the finished quilt)
    • One yard of fabric for (final) backing
    • 1 1/2 packages double fold bias tape (or make your binding)
    • Thread
    • Embroidery floss and needlepoint needle
    • Polyester fiberfill (one bag or a little more)
    • Safety pins or tacks

    Cutting Instructions

    • Cut 99 six-inch-by-six-inch top squares
    • Cut 99 five-inch-by-five-inch squares of muslin (or other fabric used for back squares)

    Yardage Helper

    Assume the fabric has a usable width of at least 40 inches:

    How to use a carb cap?

    Why do you need one?

    Smoke travels the path of least resistance. When you vaporize your dabs, that delicious vapor rises up to the air. Most of the vapor will just disintegrate, wasting all that precious concentrate. Hard as you’re trying to pull from the rig, you’ll mostly end up taking in the air instead of vapor.

    The carb cap works as a lid that gives you control over the airflow and pressure. It’s designed to fit over domeless nails and banger, with some shaped to fit special nails. The heat resistant material allows you to use it at any dab temperature that you desire. However, you’ll appreciate them most when you do low-temp dabs. By covering the top of your nail, you trap all the heat and vapor inside the nail. Your dabs get vaporized better, and you can easily pull from the dab rig.

    There’s a small hole set at the center of the carburetor cap that works by allowing air to go down the nail. This makes it easy for you to suck the vapor from the nail down to the dab rig. Not only that, the airflow cools down the vapor, making it easier for you to savor the flavor of your herbs.

    Getting the right carb cap How to create a smoke filled bubble

    We’ll give you a crash course on what to look for those who are at a loss in choosing which carburetor cap to take.

    • Material – get a cap that’s made with heat resistant material. The most common ones are titanium, but you can get ones made of borosilicate glass or quartz. Some just match the material of the nail to the carb cap for a more aesthetic appeal. However, make sure you only get ones made of Grade 2-3 titanium, or high-quality boro glass and quartz.
    • Size & Shape – Don’t just go for the popular ones. Look at your nail and study the size and shape. You need a carb cap that will create a proper seal around the opening and easy to control.

    There are also different types of carb caps, and each has various ways of creating a sesh suitable to your preference.

    • Standard carb cap – these are the usual designs that you can get included in a kit. The shape is similar to a standard nail or the bottom half of a quartz banger. They usually come with a dabber tool to make it easy for you to place it on the nail.
    • Directional flow carb cap – there’s a funnel-like spout at the bottom that allows you to steer the air in different directions. Ideal if you’re a fan of terp pearls.
    • Bubble cap – the bubble body makes it easy for you to control the cap, and it works best for flat-top bangers.

    Once you know how to use this dab tool, you’ll see the difference in your dabbing session. You’ll be able to vaporize your dabs efficiently, helping you conserve your dabs and save your money. Clearing the dab rig is also easier because you’ll be controlling the airflow.

    Have you tried using one for your sesh? Which one is your favorite, and which banger do you pair it with? Share your capping experience in our comment section below!


    Bong Coasters & Bong Padsrecycler dab rigsDiamond Glass 18mm 45 Degree Showerhead Perc Ash CatcherThis is because the ash catcher would make your piece top-heavy, increasing the likelihood of an accident and breakage. On the contrary, massive bongs are usually paired with large ash catchers to keep the aesthetic consistent.

    Dabpadzdab pena14mm 45 Degree Tree Perc Ash CatcherThe bag is held closed by strong velcro as well as a rubber lined zipper that keeps smells locked inside. The inside has two roomy mesh pockets with enough space for your stash as well as a lighter, a hand pipe, and even a snack. The inside of the pouch also has 100 carbon lining, making the smell-proof security even stronger.

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    Dab Padmini glass pipeDiamond Glass 18mm 45 Degree Showerhead Perc Ash CatcherThe bag is held closed by strong velcro as well as a rubber lined zipper that keeps smells locked inside. The inside has two roomy mesh pockets with enough space for your stash as well as a lighter, a hand pipe, and even a snack. The inside of the pouch also has 100 carbon lining, making the smell-proof security even stronger.

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  • Even though, woodchucks are cute, when these burrowing rodents become pests in our area, most of us will have the desire to eradicate them.

    Oh, woodchucks… These pesky invaders can easily find their way into your gardening or lawn, eating your plants and vegetables and digging destructive burrows. There are many forms of groundhog damage control available to farmers and homeowners. Lethal methods are one of them.

    Don’t know how to choose the right way of eliminating destructive woodchucks? We know how. Below we provide several methods to kill woodchucks along with other useful eradication information.

    Table of Contents

    Shooting option to eliminate woodchucks

    If best groundhog deterrent and repellent options don’t work, consider shooting. This method of lethal woodchuck control can be considered as a good option only if you live in a removed location. If you live in an urban area shooting might be illegal.

    Although landowners can use the shooting to reduce the groundhog population or to maintain a low population of groundhogs where necessary, shooting is not the best way to eradicate groundhogs. Remember a woodchuck that has been shot but not killed can be much more aggressive and dangerous. What’s more, this pest can present a real danger to pets and children if it gets away.

    If you still want to use this method of woodchuck’s eradication, consider buying these two great woodchuck guns:

    1. Cooper Firearms varmint extreme
      Cost: $2,255
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    2. Windham Weaponry Varmint
      Cost: $1,295
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    Lethal Trapping Ideas

    Groundhogs have been a big problem for farmers for years. They easily destroy plants. In fact, these rodents will feed on practically anything.

    How to create a smoke filled bubbleIf you are not interested in trapping a woodchuck alive, you can use kill traps – used by experts – that can be set right over woodchucks’ dens. So how do these devices work? These heavy steel traps work quickly by snapping shut over the groundhogs head leading to a rodent’s death.

    Conibear traps are the most widely-used steel traps to kill burrowing rodents. They almost instantly kill a woodchuck that tries to move through it. But these traps should only be used in the places where you are certain the woodchuck is the only animal that will enter.

    Conibear traps are usually placed just inside the burrow, to trap the burrowing rodent as it enters or leaves. If you are searching the most effective woodchuck killing trap, consider buying this:

    • BodyGrip 220 – effective killing trap suited for woodchuck. The trap holds strong animals with the help of two springs in the shape of a “V”. It is recommended to place the trap alongside the den.
      Want to make the set easy? Purchase BodyGrip Trap Stand. The device will help you to set a woodchuck lethal trap up in a “standing” position.
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    Poisoning: Method of Fumigation

    Want to know how to get rid of pesky groundhogs forever? When it becomes difficult to resolve the groundhog problem with standard woodchuck control approaches, many people turn to woodchucks’ poison. So, how to poison a groundhog? First of all, you are to know that different types of poison for groundhogs, you can buy on the market, work in various ways.

    How to create a smoke filled bubbleThe most effective, quick and effortless way of groundhog eradication is fumigation. This is a method under which fumigants – gaseous pesticides – are used to poison the woodchucks within. The best time to use fumigants is in late April or early May. The most widely used fumigant for woodchucks’ eradication is Methyl Bromide. Another popular form of groundhog’s poison is Strychnine. This poison works by suffocating the pest rodent.

    How to create a smoke filled bubbleTo control woodchucks you are to purchase gas cartridges that are very effective in killing burrowing rodents. The cartridges work by producing carbon monoxide gas that kills the groundhog by depriving it of oxygen.

    Where to buy Gas Cartridges: at some garden centers or at local farm stores.

    How to carry out fumigation method correctly?

    • Find all the entrances to the woodchuck burrow and plug all but one with soil that will lock in the gas.
    • Prepare the gas cartridge for placement by following the instructions on the label.
    • Light the fuse.
    • Put the gas cartridge inside the hole.
    • Cover the hole to prevent the gas from escaping.

    How to create a smoke filled bubbleRemember, this method is only effective if the groundhog is actually in the burrow you fumigate. To test a burrow for activity, fill all entrances with grass or dirt clipping and check-in 12 to 24 hours. If a burrowing rodent is inside the burrow, it will surely come out to feed in the course of time.

    It is better to observe the groundhog entering the burrow before fumigating. Treated burrows can be occasionally reopened by another rodent reoccupying the burrow system. Retreatment may be necessary if this occurs.

    We suggest buying the following:

    • The Giant Destroyer by Atlas – are effective smoke bombs that produce a special gas when dropped into burrows. These fumigants will effectively kill groundhogs. The product consists of 4 tubes per card. The product has been used successfully for many years and can rapidly kill woodchucks and/or other burrowing rodents in their holes and burrows.
      Cost: $7.17
    • How to create a smoke filled bubbleRevenge Rodents Smoke Bomb by Bonide – efficient, quick and reliable control on woodchucks. The product emits a thick suffocating smoke into woodchucks’ burrows.
      Cost: $6.77
      Where to use: on lawns, golf courses, parks, open fields, reforested areas, non-crop areas, meadows.

    If you can’t solve your woodchuck problem in a professional manner, hire professionals. Remember woodchuck extermination should be legal and safe.

    You can find further details of Groundhogs Control here.

    How to create a smoke filled bubble

    High-quality buds contain a lot of trichomes, which means a lot of THC. These little hairs on the surface of the flowers have a drop at the end. It is this drop that contains cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids – everything that makes us happier. So the formula is simple: the more trichomes, the better.

    The development of this thought led to the first concentrates, which were collected by hand. Later, the methods became more complicated, we started to use solvents and heat, but the bubble hash is slightly different.

    Have you never heard about it before? It’s understandable because the method spread only at the end of the last century, and since then, there have been many more technological methods for extracting concentrates. You can use compacts to get wax at home in a few minutes, so why do people keep asking for bubble hash? Well, let’s answer a few questions.

    What is bubble hash?

    How to create a smoke filled bubble

    It is trichomes collected by ice water. It is so simple. The concentrate is made without using hands or solvents if you forget that water is a universal solvent. Of course, we mean that bubble hash does not use chemical and toxic solvents, such as butane for shatters. It also uses cold, not heat, as opposed to the more usual ways of extracting concentrates. The combination of these factors makes bubble hash the purest kind of concentrate. Purity means the high of THC is not distorted by any external substances. Moreover, the absence of chemical solvents guarantees the absence of any hangover. So we can answer that bubble hash is the purest and safest kind of concentrate.

    How to make bubble hash?

    How to create a smoke filled bubble

    Any hemp enthusiast will want to try it after reading the previous paragraph. Fortunately, it is not difficult to make a bubble hash yourself.

    You will need it:

    • Bucket
    • Ice
    • Iced water
    • Bubble bag (screen or mesh)
    • Buds

    By gathering these simple ingredients, you can immediately start separating seeds from tares:

    Place a fine-mesh inside the bucket. Fill it with water and ice. (You need more ice than water.) Put flowers in water and stir.

    Since you probably don’t have a bubble hash machine, you’ll have to make an effort and stir this ice soup for about half an hour. At this time, the ice water will wash out all the trichomes from the plant and will not let the essential oils dissolve. But do not hurry to drain the water or disturb the substance immediately after you finished. Give time to everything that floats in the water to settle on the bottom.

    In about half an hour, take out the bubble bag and find the light green slurry that has accumulated at the bottom. It is the bubble hash. All you have to do is to dry it out. If you still don’t have a freezer for drying plants, you will have to wait about a week for the trichomes to dry. I know it’s hard, but the result is worth it. I think that at this stage I do not need to tell you how to smoke bubble hash – those who have come all this way will understand.

    Bubble hash is a rare product. It preserves all the substances, including terpenes in droplets, about which we wrote at the beginning of the article. Although its potency is below average compared to other concentrates, it is compensated by its taste and minimal side effects. In other words, bubble hash is a pure high – try it!


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