[Q & A] Where Does the Bong Smoke We Breathe In Go?

Continuing our Q & A sessions, Aknab from Delaware sent us in this mind boggling question:

Q. Where Does the Bong Smoke We Breathe In Go?

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A. When we breathe in the bong air/smoke, it fills our lungs, the lungs extract oxygen and pot chemicals into our blood, then removes carbon dioxide, and when we breathe out, the ‘stale’ air/smoke is expelled back into the air. Once this stale air is back in the air, it forms several bonds and friendships with real air. The two make love and produce more air. The cycle is continuous forever.

*Photo: Olympic Champion and Marijuana connoisseur Michael Phelps

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