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A good Christian matchmaker service will provide some freebies to their members to make it easy for their members to start their service. these freebies include free registration, and etc.

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Find the Best Christian Dating Sites

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What are terpenes & what do they do?

Posted by sherry on June 01, 2021

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The cannabis plant never ceases to amaze us, made up of hundreds of compounds; some like THC and CBD have become widely known outside the cannabis niche. Others, such as terpenes, we are just starting to learn about and understand what they do and bring to the cannabis plant. 

Terpenes are naturally occurring organic compounds found in many plants, particularly conifers. They are derived from isoprenes and follow the biogenetic isoprene rule (as developed by Leopold Ružička). The term terpene was coined in 1866 by the German chemist August Kekulé.

Terpenes are aromatic oils responsible for the aroma and have various distinctive flavors like berry, mint, lavender, citrus, and pine. They originated as a way for plants to protect themselves from animal grazing or infectious germs and also help lure pollinators. So with that in mind, it makes sense that something which protects the plants can also serve as a booster in humans. The more cannabis research there is, the more we learn about these lesser-known compounds' exceptional properties. Different factors influence the plant's development of terpenes, such as weather, climate, soil type, age and maturation, and time of day. 

Manufacturers use isolated terpenes to add flavors and scents to everyday products such as perfumes, soap, and even foods. The hops flavor added to beer comes in part from the Sesquiterpene class of terpenes.

Natural rubber, with so many applications, is perhaps the most well-known terpene. Another is turpentine, a mixture of terpenes obtained from the distillation of pine resin and used as an organic solvent. 

What are the Cannabis Terpenes?

Well over a hundred different terpenes have been identified in cannabis. Each cannabis strain will have a unique terpene profile and composition. 

This profile allows us to use smell to differentiate between strains, but it also plays a role in the effects of various strains. Some can promote clarity and focus, while others have a relaxing and calming effect. 

Common cannabis terpenes are Myrcene, Limonene, Caryophyllene, Terpinolene, Pinene, Humulene, Linalool, Ocimene, Bisabolol, Guaiol.


One of the most prominent terpenes found in cannabis, Myrcene has an earthy aroma. Some people also describe it as having a balsam fragrance, while others say it smells like clove or musk. There are sweet undertones to the taste, which have been compared to fruity flavors. 

It's thought Myrcene is part of the entourage effect, so it works in conjunction with other compounds found in cannabis. It's known to work as an effective anti-inflammatory and is thought to be helpful in the treatment of osteoarthritis. 

The boiling point of Myrcene is 332.6 degrees Fahrenheit, or 167 degrees Celsius. It's also found in the bay, parsley, wild thyme, lemongrass, and mangos. 


Limonene is found in citrus fruits such as lemon and is associated with a citrus fragrance. It's long been used in a variety of products such as cleaning supplies. It is known to help boost the immune system and alleviate the symptoms of heartburn. 

Limonene is known to interact with the neurotransmitters in the brain and is thought to have beneficial effects in reducing a cannabis high as well as anxiety and depression.

The boiling point of Limonene is 348 degrees Fahrenheit, or 176 degrees Celsius. It's also found in rosemary, juniper, peppermint, and some fruit rinds.


Caryophyllene, also called beta-caryophyllene or BCP, has a spicy, woody, herbal aroma. It is the only terpene known to also act as a cannabinoid, helping activate the endocannabinoid system binding with to CB2 receptors and has both anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

The boiling point of Caryophyllene is 266 degrees Fahrenheit, or 130 degrees Celsius. It's also found in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, and basil.


The aroma of terpinolene is hard to pin down. It's more a bouquet of aromas with a floral, herbaceous, even piney smell and occasional hints of citrus. About 10 percent of strains are terpinolene dominant.  

Its believed that terpinolene has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, which is why it's a common additive in cleaning products and soap. Some research suggests it could even help repel mosquitoes. 

The boiling point of terpinolene is 366 degrees Fahrenheit, or 186 degrees Celsius.

Terpinolene is also found in lilacs, nutmeg, apples, cumin, and tea tree. 


Pinene has a very distinct aroma which you can likely guess from the name; if you guessed pine needles, you're correct. It's the most common terpene in the natural world. Pine needles, sap, and bark have been used for herbal medicine in cultures around the world since before the middle ages. 

It's no wonder then that pinene is credited with many health benefits such as anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, pain relief, and bronchodilator ( helping open the airways). Its also thought to help counteracts some THC effects.

The boiling point of pinene is 311 degrees Fahrenheit, or 155 degrees Celsius.

Pinene is also found in conifer trees, pine needles, rosemary, dill, basil, parsley even orange peels. 


The aroma of humulene is that of earthy and woody, with spicy notes that we associate with the taste and aroma of hoppy beer. Indeed this terpene is present in both hops and cannabis. Formally classified as α-caryophyllene, this sesquiterpene is named after the hops plant, a.k.a Humulus lupulus. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. 

The boiling point of humulene is 222 degrees Fahrenheit, or 106 degrees Celsius. It is also found in coriander, basil, cloves, and hops. 


With its herbal, sweet citrusy aroma, ocimene is responsible for some of those lovely herbaceous flavors that we get in some strains of cannabis. It is rarely the most abundant terpene but nevertheless plays an accompanying part in developing a rounded depth of flavors. Its t well as its uplifting effects its thought to have anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties. 

The boiling point of ocimene is 122 degrees Fahrenheit, or 50 degrees Celsius. It is also found in parsley, pepper, basil, orchids, kumquats, mangos, and mint. 


Linalool is believed to have calming and relaxing effects making it good for treating anxiety, depression, and insomnia. The linalool terpene has a floral aroma we'd associate with lavender with a touch of spice. 

The boiling point of linalool is 388 degrees Fahrenheit, or 198 degrees Celsius. It is also found in lavender. 


Like linalool, this terpene also has a fragrant sweet floral aroma. Its commonly used in cosmetics and fragrances. Some animal studies have shown that bisabolol can help reduce skin inflammation. 

The boiling point of bisabolol is 307 degrees Fahrenheit, or 153 degrees Celsius. 


Guaiol has a piney aroma with hints of wood and rose. It is found in the oil from cypress pines and guaiacum. The guaiacum plant was brought back to Europe from Hispaniola around the 16th century. The gum extracted from the wood of this plant was being used as a treatment of syphilis and to regulate menstruation by the late 1700s. 

It is commonly known as an anti-inflammatory; studies have shown it has antimicrobial properties and may also be an inhibitor of lung cancer cell growth. 

The boiling point of bisabolol is 198 degrees Fahrenheit, or 92 degrees Celsius.


So now you know some of the different terpenes, how they smell, and what they can do, you can try to sniff them out in your next weed purchase, helping you decide on which train you'd like to try to get the desired effects. 


How to make a Glass Bong

Posted by sherry on June 01, 2021

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Glassblowing is a technique for making glass that dates back to the 1st century BC. While the industrial age streamlined many handmade processes and resulted in a more efficient output and uniform quality, the craft of glassblowing has remained much the same to the present day. 

This free-blowing technique involves gathering the molten glass onto a hollow blowpipe. 

Air is blown down the pipe into the heated glass producing a bubble or parison. The blowpipe would be rotated quickly in the hands and rolled to keep symmetry in the shape of the glass.

Of course, today, we have the benefits of blowtorches, lathes, and other modern tools to aid in this free-blowing technique. 

Lathe Spun Versus Hand Spun Glass

While much glass is made by the hand-spun method, lathe spun has become common, especially for the larger pieces and big producers. The turning speed control provided by the lathe helps keep the seizing and sharp lines consistent. That and the thick glass with well-balanced bases are some of the main features of lathe spun glass. 

A good quality lathe can cost many thousands of dollars to buy and use a good amount of energy. Of course, on top of the high initial cost and price, to run a lathe takes up extra room in a glassblowing studio. This all adds to the overheads, which is often reflected in the price for well-made lathe worked glass.

Hand-spun glass is cheaper than working with a lathe, which is why hand-spun glassmakers are more common. 

The hand-spun glass tends to have simpler diffusion than the intricate percolators found on many lathe-made scientific glass bongs.  

With hand-spun glass, the angles tend to be rounder, and pieces are often smaller and may not always be perfectly straight. However, this inconsistency in form makes every piece unique, which itself can be desirable. Good artists can hand spin some beautiful-looking pieces, which can fetch high prices, and this more artisan approach can lead to some stunning rare heady glass.

How to make a glass beaker bong 

While much of the glass made by Lookah is relatively complex with percolators and recyclers for simplicity, in this article, we will describe how we make the straight neck beaker bongs that take the shape of an Erlenmeyer flask. 

Rather than starting from a molten ball of glass, we begin this process with a cylindrical pipe of high-quality borosilicate glass. 

The glassblower scores the borosilicate glass pipe and adds a little water to the scored mark. They then heat a glass rod until the end is glowing and molten. Finally, the glassblower presses the hot rod to the end of the score mark. The resulting transfer of heat expands down the score mark, which effectively cuts the tube in two. 

Making the Mouthpiece End

The bong maker will mount the tube into a lathe, ensuring that it heats uniformly, guaranteeing a consistent shape. 

As the glass spins, a large bunsen burner sat under it evenly heats the glass. Then, as the end of the glass gets hotter, the bong maker moves the bunsen burner further away from the working end, so it sits between the cooler end of the glass in the grip of the lathe and the working end. 

This heat in the middle of the pipe helps reduce the temperature difference and minimizes stress on the glass as it's worked. 

Shaping the Mouthpiece

With a focused annealing flame, the very end of the pipe is heated by the glassworker until it is glowing hot. They will make this into a beaded lip, the mouthpiece at the top of the beaker bong. Next, they use a graphite rod to gently pushed against the hot end of the glass. As the tube spins, the graphite pressing against it uniformly shapes the beaded end helping to turn the end of the glass pipe into a thick ring. 

As they want the glass to remain the same diameter, the glassworker uses a graphite rod on the flat end of the glass and inside and outside of it. They press it gently to shape and build up the beaded ring of glass.

Having made the mouthpiece end, the glassworker leaves the tube to cool down before flipping it around in the lath so they can make the bottom of it.

Making the Beaker End

The glass will be measured and marked off where they want the neck to start. This marked work area should be well spaced from the metal chucks of the lathe, allowing ample room to work without heating the metal chucks, which would put pressure on the glass and possibly crack it.

Both ends of the pipe will be in chunks of the lathe. The tailstock is needed to support the bottom end of the glass pipe. The area in the middle is to create the Erlenmeyer flask shape. 

The glassblower places a rubber stopper at each end of the glass pipe. The mouthpiece stopper will have a hole through it into which they place an air pipe. This air pipe allows them to blow air into the glass to help shape it later. 


Beaker End

As the lathe spins, the glassblower evenly heats the working area with a bunsen burner and torch. Then, as they puff out an area, they move the flame away and notch in the tailstock a little. Pulling in the tailstock maintains the thickness of the glass as the air blown into the tube pushes the sides out. 

They then reapply the heat around the bubble, ensuring they keep it hot and mailable where they want the bubble to grow. Then as the glassblower puffs air into the glass, they move in the tailstock of the lathe again. 

By repeating this process, the glassblower can shape the bubble forming in the glass pipe. 

Then, after the right-sized Erlenmeyer flask shape starts to take place, they can focus the heat on the very bottom edge of that bubble where they want to remove the excess tube.

Using the same graphite pipe as before and a focused annealed flame, the glassblower, superheats the glass pipe below the flask shape and tools it down to a flat bottom. The tailstock is slowly notched away, pulling the excess glass tube with it. 

Using a glass punty rod, they can pull away any excess glass on the bottom of the bong, and the small bump where the excess pipe was pulled away can be smoothed out with some focused heat. By steadily applying a wide flame and a large paddle to the bottom of the glass, the glassblower can now flatten out what will be the base of the bong so it will sit nice and flat and won't topple over when stood up. They will then place the glass on a hot marvering pad (a graphite or steel plate) to test the base is level before putting it into a kiln for annealing glass called a lehr. 

Adding the Joint to the Bong

After measuring the glass joint at an angle of about 45 degrees and checking it against the downstream length, the glassworker can use a wet saw to cut the joint to size. Once cut, they can clean up the joint, washing away any swarf or glass filings.

The wet saw will have left a rough surface on the glass pipe, so the glassworker will need to heat the rough edge of the joint pipe and use a glass punty rod to pick that out. This allows them to make a smooth seal when adding the joint to the side of the flask. 

The glassblower will heat a point on the flask with a focused torch where the joint will be attached. Then, with the right area glowing hot, they can blow into the bong, which will force the heated area to bubble outwards. The glassblower can pick this open with a glass rod and fold the edges of it back, making a hole into the side of the flask. 

To make the seal, the joint and the opening in the flask have to be red hot. Then, the glassblower can work the joint to make sure it's at the right angle for the downstream to go into the beaker and sit well below the water level. Once they have the joint attached and sealed in place, they will return the bong to the lehr.

This article focused on making a beaker bong but we hope it has also given you some insight into glassblowing and the skill glassblowers need. 

Other than the straight tube bong the beaker bong is one of the simpler water pipes to make. However, the skill and time needed to make some of the more complex bongs and dab rigs with their intricate pipes and artistic colorful designs is considerable. At Lookah we are fortunate to have over 300 skilled artisans working to make all our glass pipes, bongs, and dab rigs in-house. We hope you will enjoy using these water pipes they make as much as we enjoy designing and making them for you. 


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