TEMECULA, CA – The parents of a 17-year-old special needs student arrested in an undercover police operation announced today they are suing the school district that authorized the operation. The student, who suffers from a range of disabilities, was falsely befriended by a police officer who repeatedly asked the boy to provide him drugs. After […]
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As marijuana reform sweeps the United States, more users than ever are toking up in the comfort of their own homes. But even in places were there are no legal issues with using marijuana, such as the 19 states that allow the medical use of marijuana, or the two that have legalized adult recreational use, marijuana smokers still typically prefer to keep their sessions private, and, out of respect for neighbors, try to confine the smell of cannabis use to their homes or apartments.
But how is the best way to toke discretely in the privacy of your own home, without the sweet smell of sensimillia wafting to your neighbors nose? A new study commissioned by Airfilters.com tries to find the answer.
The study analyzed the particulates in the air after marijuana was consumed in a central location, using various methods to puff. The particulates were then analyzed using a Fluke 985 Particle Counter to determine which smoking methods were the worst for indoor air quality by measuring particles ranging from .3 microns to 1 micron in size.
Puffs were taken using the following standard methods of marijuana consumption: joint, bong, bowl, and vapor. . . . . READ MORE