During one of our smoke sessions, my hookah was almost working too
well. There was so much smoke in the base, that I could barely inhale it without getting a burning sensation.
I figured out that if I removed the charcoal from the top for a few minutes, it died down and it let me smoke enjoyably again. My question(s) is this. Why did that happen? What's the best way to prevent that from happening again?
Heat management is something mentioned a lot here. If its killing you, then you are probably burning it your tobacco. Make sure the coals are at the edge and rotate them around the bowl.
Does shisha tobacco expire? The reason I ask is because after one of our smoking sessions the other night, my girlfriend got very sick and nauseas.
I was ok, but a little dizzy. We smoked a pina colada flavored tobacco (and we have smoked this before) but this time seemed a bit different. What would cause nausea while smoking?
tobacco lasts a while, but after 2 years it might get a tad dry...
nicotine will make you nauseous. flavors can make you sick too.
What is the best way to store tobacco? Currently, I leave it in a ziplock baggie, which is in a tupperware container, in a drawer in my room. I'm not if it should be stored at room temp or in a fridge.
perfect, room temp.