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Hot Boxing Weed Safe and Discreet

If you're a fan of hot boxing weed, then you know that there's nothing quite like it. 

Smoking weed in a small, enclosed space is a great way to get high quickly and easily. 

However, if you're not careful, it can also be dangerous. 

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Hot boxing in an unventilated area can lead to health problems such as respiratory irritation, dizziness, and even dizziness. 

By following these simple tips, however, you can hot box weed safely, discreetly and sanitary with a MouthPeace while enjoying all the benefits of this smoking method without any of the risks.

What is hot boxing and How Does it Work?

Hot boxing is a term used to describe the act of smoking marijuana in an unventilated area. 

This can be done in a shed, bathroom, basement, or any other enclosed space. When people hot box an area, the lack of ventilation intensifies the effects of marijuana. 

Typically, anyone hot boxing is usually in a car, something that was made popular by iconic stoners Cheech and Chong. 

But this method is not recommended as it is dangerous and even with marijuana becoming legal, it is still illegal to operate a vehicle under the influence of cannabis.

Hot boxing a car can result in very serious consequences, including possible incarceration and/or other serious charges. 

Do not hotbox a car under any circumstances.

Does Hot Boxing Get You Higher?

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In short, the answer is yes. Smokers who hotbox experience a greater high than those who smoke outside of a confined space. 

This is because when smokers are in close proximity to each other, they are breathing in each other’s smoke. 

And as we all know, marijuana smoke contains THC, the psychoactive component that gets users high. 

Using a MouthPeace enhances terpenes, and the flavor of your bud as well, making your hotbox session that much better.

The more smoke in a room, the more THC is absorbed by all occupants. This is why hot boxing can be so dangerous. 

It’s not only the smoke that can be harmful to your health, but also the secondhand smoke from marijuana.

When you hot box, you are essentially smoking in an enclosed space with no ventilation. 

This increases the concentration of THC in the air and can lead to negative side effects, such as increased heart rate, red eyes, and dry mouth.

How to Safely and Discreetly Hotbox a Bathroom

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Hot boxing a room is a great way to experience the full effects of cannabis. By using this guide, you can hotbox your bathroom without anyone else in your house finding out.

First, go into your bathroom with two towels. 

Roll up one towel lengthwise and shove it in the crack beneath your door. 

Turn on your shower, and make sure the heat is all the way cranked. Wait a few minutes until the room fills up with steam.

Once the room is nice and steamy, it’s time to smoke. The easiest way to do this will be sitting on the floor, since most of the steam will be hanging around the top of the room.

You might want to adjust the shower temperature after a few minutes, since it may be too hot. The

steam will disguise the smell of your smoke, and once you’re done, turn off the shower and allow the steam to ventilate out.

If you want to keep it low-key after smoking, take a shower exactly as if nothing has happened. 

This will get rid of any lingering odors on your fingers and make it more plausible that you were simply showering and not blazing a joint in your family bathroom.

On the other hand, if you want to celebrate your successful illicit hot box, crack open a window and enjoy!

Hot Boxing with Multiple People

If you want to hotbox with multiple people, an entire room is not necessary. Instead of hot boxing a room, spread the smoke out by hot boxing different parts of the same room (ex: one-person hot boxes in front of that window, while another person hot boxes between that door and this wall). 

Doing that creates a more even distribution of the smoke in that room, allowing multiple people to get high from secondhand smoke.

If you plan on hot boxing a room with multiple people, always set boundaries that everyone agrees upon before smoking. 

This includes setting boundaries for how the person who will be hot boxing should feel and behave, as well as how close they can get to other people and things in the room. 

It is important to be safe and not put anyone in danger while hot boxing a room with multiple people.

You will also want to think about being sanitary, a perfect way to eliminate sharing germs is the MouthPeace from Moose Labs.

The MouthPeace and MouthPeace Mini is a great way to share pipes, rigs, joints, blunts, and vapes without sharing germs with the other people in the room. 

The MouthPeace Filters also remove harsh resins and tar while enhancing the flavor of your smoke. Make sure to always be safe and enjoy your experience!

Anyone With Respiratory Issues Should Not Hot Box

Anyone with respiratory issues or asthma should not participate in a hot box session. This should be a given, a room full of smoke will certainly do more harm than good for anyone with upper respiratory problems or asthma.

So, if you have any health issues that you may be concerned about then hot boxing is not for you. Speak with a doctor for a second opinion, as we are not health professionals.

Final Thoughts on Hot Boxing

Hot boxing is a great way to enjoy cannabis with friends and loved ones. This can be done discreetly in your own home, or at the discretion of others outside. The act of hot boxing may seem straightforward but there are many factors that need to be considered for both safety and cleanliness reasons. We recommend using Moose Labs products as they are a great way to stay sanitary in these uncertain times.

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