There is odorless marijuana

The smell of weed and cannabis plants is usually strong and unmistakable. And while most cannabis users will say they love it, many people try to keep it a secret.

This may be because cannabis is still illegal where they live, or because they don't want to harass others or attract unwanted attention.

But how exactly do you hide that unmistakable smell of grass that everyone recognizes from a kilometer away? From crafting a sploof to using an air freshener, there are numerous tips out there on how to hide the smell of weed. But which ones can you really trust?

1. GO OUTSIDE!

This may seem obvious but is worth mentioning. Using cannabis outdoors is probably the best way to prevent the build-up of that horny, instantly recognizable weed smell.

Well, aside from not smoking at all ... so if you have a balcony, patio, or yard, the best thing to do is to enjoy your weed out there.

If you live in an area where cannabis is decriminalized or legal, why not take a short walk? This will ensure that smoke or odor does not build up in your home and also gives you the excuse to get some fresh air and exercise.

While you're outside, you might even get a chance to catch a few Pokemon.

2. VENTILATE

The smell of weed, whether from smoking, cooking, or growing, is most noticeable in stagnant conditions. To try to minimize the smell of grass or living plants, make sure you get enough air draft.

Growers may need to invest in a little heavy-duty equipment. Otherwise, try opening two opposite doors or windows so that you can create some natural draft. Setting up a fan will also help.

3. COVER YOUR WEED

Another effective way to minimize the smell of weed is to cover your flowers or plants. This will help contain the smells in a small place and avoid polluting more air than necessary.

When growing, try to keep your plants in a confined space (like a storage room or broom closet) and cover them with plastic whenever you have people around who you prefer not to draw attention to you.

In general, you should store your cannabis correctly to preserve its taste and aroma, as well as protecting it from mold caused by moisture. But of course this also prevents the smell from escaping.

The same goes for your joint stubs. A normal, open ashtray can really stink up an entire area, so try to throw your buds in a jar and cover it with a lid. This will keep the fumes from contaminating your area.

4. USE A SMOKE FILTER

With the legalization of cannabis and changing attitudes towards its use, a slew of new technology and equipment is emerging that are specifically designed to help users maximize their experience when using weed.

This technological surge has paved the way for some really great smoke filters that help consumers minimize the odor produced by bongs, blunts, and joints.

Although these devices come in a variety of different shapes, sizes, and colors, they all work the same way: you take a drag on a bong or joint and exhale into the device. The device will then filter the smoke and cover it up with some flavored essence.

5. BUILD A SPLOOF

If you can't get a smoke filter, you can easily build one at home with a few basic household items. A homemade filter is often referred to as a "sploof".

All you will need is the cardboard cylinder from a toilet roll, a drying towel and an elastic band. Simply fold the drying sheet a few times, place it over one end of the cardboard cylinder (to create a filter), then secure it with the elastic band.

Now, take a drag on a bong or blunt and simply exhale into the uncovered end of the sploof. The dry cloth will filter the smoke and will work wonders in reducing the horny weed smell.

6. ROOM AIR ENHANCER

A lot of cannabis users swear by air fresheners like Febreze and Ozium as the simple, surefire way to hide the fact from your roommate that you spent the entire afternoon smoking weed on the couch watching the Discovery Channel and reruns of Beavis and Butthead watch.

And we agree; Air fresheners work really well. Simply use them after your session according to the instructions on the packaging and you should be good to go.

7. INCENSE, SCENTED CANDLES, OR ESSENTIAL OILS

If you can't get any of these brands, try to stay away from the normal indoor air fresheners that are available in the supermarket. These will generally not mask the smell of cannabis, but instead blend in with it, creating a strange mix of weed and whatever smell the air freshener claims to imitate.

Rather, try some natural alternatives. Strong essential oils like eucalyptus, lavender, or citrus are great ways to freshen up the smell of a room and may be just enough to hide the remaining smell of your last smoking session.

Natural incense like sandalwood or palo santo also work quite well. Scented candles might work (depending on how bad the situation is), but not as well as the oils.

Whichever you choose, make sure that you ventilate your area for at least an hour or two in advance. This will help get any stale, stagnant air out of the area. Then close the windows and doors, light your incense / your oils and hope for the best.

8. CLEAN YOURSELF

Sometimes it's not the room or house that smells like weed, it's you! If you are trying to hide the fact that you are using cannabis, be sure to properly cleanse yourself afterwards.

That means having a good shower, brushing your teeth, and putting on new clothes (be sure to wash your old ones as soon as possible to avoid further stinking the area).

If that's not an option, at least invest in some mouthwash and gum, and make sure to wash your hands and face thoroughly.

9. USE A WHISTLE OR ONE HITTER

Pipes are a great alternative to bongs and joints because they produce significantly less smoke. So if you're trying to hide the fact that you are using weed, make sure you invest in a decent pipe and have it with you in case of an emergency.

One-hitters are another popular alternative. They are basically narrow pipes with a tiny head that - you guessed it - offers just enough room for a puff of cannabis.

One-hitters come in a variety of shapes and styles, but some of the most common ones are actually shaped like a regular cigarette for extra stealth.

10. STOP SMALLER HEADS

If you smoke a bong or pipe, a great way to reduce the smell of smoke is to plug smaller heads. Often times the smoke that comes straight out of the head is actually much stronger than the smoke that is drawn through the mouthpiece.

This is especially true for bongs as the smoke that passes through the mouthpiece of a bong has been partially filtered and cooled by the water, which helps minimize its odor.

By stuffing smaller heads (trying to pack just enough for one puff), you will be able to decrease the amount of smoke coming from the head, which should at least help you be a little more subtle.

11. EVAPORATE!

If you are really concerned about keeping your cannabis use discreet and minimizing the odor when using it, we recommend investing in a vaporizer. Not only will you avoid many of the health risks of smoking, but you'll also get the most out of your weed and produce a lot less odor.

That's because vaporizers don't actually burn cannabis. Instead, they heat it up to just the right temperature to extract the maximum amount of cannabinoids without actually "burning" anything. Furthermore, the vapor produced by a vaporizer has a less strong odor than that of a joint or bong and also smells far better.


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