Knife hits, also called knife strokes, are a technique of vaporizing cannabis that entails heating two knives simultaneously and utilizing their heat in striking the cannabis concentrate or flower evenly. The cannabis substance is struck between the heated knives and the resultant vapor is breathed slowly into the lungs with the aid of a makeshift breathing device like a paper or plastic bag. This technique allows users to inhale the cannabis without fear of the substance evaporating from their lungs. However, does this technique have any side effects? Is there a possibility of experiencing adverse health effects from vaporizing cannabis? And if there is, how do we know if it has any effect on us?
There are many types of hits like wet hits or dry hits. Wet hits occur when you use moist knives to create a flame without actually burning the substance. For instance, when you light a cigarette with a wet knife you will not experience combustion but rather the surface of the paper or material you are smoking on catches fire and creates a smoke cloud instead. The same happens when you blow bubbles with wet fingertips.
Dry hits are the opposite of wet hits. When you perform a dry hit you are actually creating gas and applying it directly onto the cannabis and its user. When this occurs you can anticipate two things. First, the potency of the marijuana will become diluted because the concentrated solution would no longer be able to penetrate the skin because it no longer contains vapor.
Second, you will notice that your fingers feel sore or burning afterward. In some cases, the skin may blister and in other cases, the blisters may even turn into open cuts that bleed. This is because the concentrated cannabis and the concentrated blood come into contact with your skin and you get burn wounds. You should know that the only person who does not suffer from any negative effects of a knife hit is the person who threw the pot. However, you should still exercise caution when throwing pot because if you do not properly follow safety protocol, you could cause as much harm to others as you will to yourself.
The most common method for avoiding knife hits is to always throw your cannabis on the ground. There are some exceptions to this rule, and in some states, it is illegal to use your marijuana substance in any way except on the ground. If you have to throw your marijuana, try not to do it while your face is caked in ash or discolored from smoking too much. It is also a good idea to throw up your marijuana and then immediately take a cold shower and then an ice-cold drink before going to sleep. This will minimize your chances of being targeted by would-be thieves who may steal your knife in order to carry off your cannabis.
There are two main ways to carry your weed knives. One is to put them in one of your pants pockets. The second is to tie a butter knife to your belt with a rubber band. I recommend carrying your knives in your back pocket, so if you are in a situation where you need to defend yourself, you can easily grab one of your knives and defend yourself at the same time.
A popular method that many people use in order to avoid knife hits is to run like crazy. If you do happen to be hit by a pot, try to aim for the eyes. Although your eyes are the best defense mechanism, they are not very effective against large pots that are thrown by someone in front of you. Some people have even developed their own set of defense strategies in order to keep their eyes open and their blades at their sides. These people include those who continuously roll around and move in front of people with their weed knives in hand.
It is very easy to learn how to defend yourself when you are on your own. It takes fewer weed knives to effectively defend yourself than it does to carry a large knife in your back pocket. You can also develop your own set of strategies that will help you avoid getting a knife hit. Of course, the most important thing is to avoid getting stabbed with anything unless you are willing to take the risk of fighting back. If you want to keep yourself safe, stick to using your knives for cutting, and try to use as few of them as possible when defending yourself.