The term “bong” refers to a filtration device generally used for smoking cannabis, tobacco, or other herbal substances. In its most basic form, a bong consists of a watertight vessel fitted with a stem and a bowl. The stem is a tube that is submerged in water contained within the vessel, and the bowl is where the substance to be smoked is placed. When the user inhales through the top of the bong, the suction created draws the smoke through the water, cooling and filtering it before it enters the lungs. The water serves to remove some particulates and potentially harmful substances from the smoke, making the inhalation process smoother. Bongs come in various shapes and sizes, and they can be made from a multitude of materials including glass, acrylic, ceramic, and bamboo. The use of bongs is a subject of cultural and legal debate, with its legality varying by jurisdiction. In academic research, the study of bong usage may intersect with disciplines such as public health, sociology, and law, where researchers may examine patterns of use, health effects, cultural significance, and regulatory frameworks surrounding cannabis and other substances.
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