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The original low-tech smoking apparatus, we have chillums made from wood, Italian clay, and glass. Popular from India to Jamaica, the chillum is the choice of the pro-stoner. Release your inner sadhu or celebrate your Rastafarian side with one of our range of chillums in wood, ceramic, bamboo, or glass.

Offer up your praise to Jah, Shiva, the god of your choice, or simply enjoy a non-denominational super-high. Chillums evolved from the various gourds and horns that were used in Africa for smoking. Some models incorporate a wire screen fitted to prevent inhaling the smoking mix, and a water-cooled chillum is called a chalice.

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Twisty Glass Blunt Super Big

The Twisty Glass Blunt Super Big is the biggest and baddest glass blunt ever created. Nicknamed BudZooka, this monster glass blunt loads a whopping 56 grams of bud and is perfect for sharing the fun with lots of people! This super-sized glass blunt comes complete with a sturdy, high-quality Turtle case so you can take her with you on your travels.

€ 1.250,00
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Italian Clay Chillum

Cool in the hands and smooth to smoke, clay’s a great material for a chillum.

€ 7,50
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Chillum Stones (5 pcs)

The beauty of a chillum is its simplicity, it being essentially just a tapered cone with a hole bored through it. Easy to use, easy to clean. The drawback is your weed can just fall out. That’s unless you have one of these chillum stones that is. Complete your chillum smoking experience with one, or be prepared to chew!

€ 2,50
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Clay Chillum Bombay

A chillum is probably one of the most archaic smoking devices. This thick one made from clay is long enough to provide a relatively cool smoking experience and displays dainty ornaments to please the eye. Do yourself a favor and always use it with a screen. Length: 19.5cm

€ 7,95
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Ebony Pipe + Chillum

This clever three-piece smoking device can be used as a chillum or pipe. All parts are made from ebony and have a smooth finish. Length: 17cm

€ 7,50
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Small Taster (Marley Natural)

The Small Taster By Marley Natural makes smoking on the go easier than ever. There are no batteries, buttons, or beeping. Just all-natural materials, high functionality, and pleasant aesthetics.

€ 25,00
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Soapstone Chillum Plain Small

A small, easy to hide and clean smoking device made from soapstone, a magnesium silicate, perfect for pipes because of its cooling effect. Smooth surface and a simple design - a plain small Soapstone Chillum.

€ 8,25
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Bud Bomb

The original silver Bud Bomb is a marvel of engineering and a modern classic. The bowl has 3 holes for increased burning capacity. Smoke enters the central casing also through 3 holes, before beginning its journey through a removable precision-made helix that cools the smoke and condenses harmful tars out, before exiting through the shaped mouthpiece.

€ 34,75
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Bud Bomb Predator

Made in England like the original Bud Bomb, the Predator offers exactly the same revolutionary smoke delivery via its removable precision-made helix that cools the smoke and condenses harmful tars out – but in sexy gunmetal black.

€ 34,75
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Bud Bomb 2000 Gold Plated

This Millenium edition of the classic Bud Bomb adds some bling with its classy gold plating. Underneath, it’s the same 4-piece design centred round the precision-tooled helix that cools the smoke and condenses harmful tars out. You might lose a little of the stealth with the glittering finish, but the gold Bomb is still the smoothest smoking experience this side of a vaporizer.

€ 34,75
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Chillums: Read All About It!

A typical chillum (or chilam or Shillum) is a straight, conical pipe. Traditionally, chillums are made of clay, stone, or wood, and have been used by the sadhus (holy men) in India and by Hindu monks in the Himalayan area since at least the 18th century to smoke opium, cannabis, and other narcotics and herbs. However, there have been discoveries of old chillums in South Africa as well, so the true origin of the chillum is unknown.

In India, smoking, or even owning a chillum was traditionally limited to male users, and was mainly practiced in the rural areas of northern India. When they lit the chillum, they would touch their forehead with the piece and say, “Boom Shankar”. This was to invite Shiva and the other gods to come smoke the chillum with them.

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The Chillum: Everything You Need To Know

A chillum was usually passed around, and this made it especially important for the early hippie movement and their feeling of being "one" or part of a "family" in the ‘60s. At the same time, stoners returning from trips to the Indian subcontinent brought chillums back home as souvenirs, and the relatively easy way of smoking and cleaning them added to their popularity.

Side note: Allegedly, the natives of America passed their chillums around anti-clockwise; it is said they wiped their—pardon me—ass with their left hand, and would therefore never touch a chillum with that hand. So instead, they would always pass it to their right.

Today, or better said since the 1990s, the use of chillums has declined due to all the high-end smoking paraphernalia on the market. And there are actually more chillums produced in Italy than India, but older consumers of the hippie scene still stick to this archaic and very direct way of smoking and sharing cannabis. Even the Rastafarians use chillums in their rituals—and miss the “correct” date by just one day with one of them! They celebrate their Grounation Day on April 21st—D'OH! No 420, but still a good day to have a jointly smoke. But I digress...

There are crazy variations of chillums—people are inventive and carve disposable organic carrot and radish chillums (cool idea by the way, it adds some interesting flavour to the smoke), and some others make art out of their chillum creation.

Darrel "Pipeman" Mortimer, a street artist from San Francisco, has made almost 10,000 chillums since 1970, personally signing and selling each one of them. Ain't that dedication?

Many people in the stoner community also call the downstem of a bong a "chillum". Bong chillums are usually made of glass or some kind of stainless metal.