Don't puff, sip...sip slow. Also, dry your tobacco before loading especially if it's a moist aromatic blend. There are blends that you can smoke straight from the tin, others need to be dried 30 minutes and there are some (Molto Dolce) that seems never to dry. Each blend is different. Don't worry about re-lights, we all do it.Also is there any way to keep the smoke burning for a bit longer? I guess only puffing
I hate to be the one who runs you off, but neither Vaping nor pipesmoking is going to benefit your body as much as a long hot soak in a bath, or a jog, or eating kale.
Kale is now one of the most pesticide-contaminated vegetables
The burnt feeling is normal for beginners. Colloquially called 'tongue bite' (though technically speaking, tongue bite is not a burnt tongue, but a chemical reaction to a given substance—even salty or spicy foods can bite you), it would likely create problems in the long term—which is why we must develop proper smoking techniques to reduce it or eliminate it altogether.Generally im doing a healthy living so i dont get the smoke in the lungs but naturally feel the burn in my mouth. Is it going to create problems after years? I have heard pretty bad things like throat cancer, bad tongue, yellow teeth etc. I dont want to be the nerd but need to ask just once.
I eat all the other ones, but Kale is stale! Kale makes me pale! And flail. And that's no tale; I'd rather eat shale.The watchdog group publishes its “Dirty Dozen” list annually, in which it ranks the 12 produce items that contain the highest amount of pesticide residues. The group analyzes data from the Department of Agriculture’s regular produce testing to determine the list.
Ranked alongside kale on the list are strawberries, spinach, nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery and potatoes.