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Chillum pipes are conically shaped pipes of variable sizes used in tobacco smoking. Traditional chillum pipes were made of clay. Today many types of materials are used to make chillum pipes such as glass, ceramics, and wood. Chillum pipes were first used in India. Later the use of chillum pipes spread to other parts of the world. In Africa, chillum pipes are used in the smoking of cannabis and tobacco. Their design is however different from the original Indian chillums. African pipes are made from cow and goat horns. Followers of Rastafarian religion also use chillums during their rituals. There are many chillum models on the market today. They include:

1. OM Chillum
This pipe is made from clay. It is handcrafted in India where chillum-smoking originates. The pipe has a package weight of 178g. It measures 29mm (w) X 205mm (h) X 20mm (d). The pipe is decorated with beads making it more attractive. It comes with its filter stone and does not, therefore, require a pipe screen. The pipe is made of clay, and this makes it hot during smoking. It is recommended that the smoker inhales through the hands instead of smoking directly on the lips.

2. Carved Wooden Chillum
This pipe is made from wood. It is also made in India. The pipe has a length of 110mm, a bowl diameter of 15mm and a bowl height of 30mm. It has a package weight of 51g. It also has a filter stone. The filter stone functions like a filter in cigarettes.

3. Glass Chillum Pipe
This pipe is made of high-quality borosilicate glass. It is made in the USA. The pipes have different colors such as light green and red. Frit is a technique used to decorate this pipe.It involves attachment of crushed colored glass to the exterior of the pipe to give it an attractive look. The pipe does not have a carb hole.

4. One Hit
This pipe is a mini chillum type. It is small and portable. It has a length of 50mm, a bowl diameter of 11mm and a bowl height of 11mm. The pipe is light with a weight of 5g.

Chillum pipes are conically shaped pipes of variable sizes used in tobacco smoking. Traditional chillum pipes were made of clay. Today many types of materials are used to make chillum pipes such as glass, ceramics, and wood. Chillum pipes were first used in India. Later the use of chillum pipes spread to other parts of the world. In Africa, chillum pipes are used in the smoking of cannabis and tobacco. Their design is however different from the original Indian chillums. African pipes are made from cow and goat horns. Followers of Rastafarian religion also use chillums during their rituals. There are many chillum models on the market today. They include:

1. OM Chillum
This pipe is made from clay. It is handcrafted in India where chillum-smoking originates. The pipe has a package weight of 178g. It measures 29mm (w) X 205mm (h) X 20mm (d). The pipe is decorated with beads making it more attractive. It comes with its filter stone and does not, therefore, require a pipe screen. The pipe is made of clay, and this makes it hot during smoking. It is recommended that the smoker inhales through the hands instead of smoking directly on the lips.

2. Carved Wooden Chillum
This pipe is made from wood. It is also made in India. The pipe has a length of 110mm, a bowl diameter of 15mm and a bowl height of 30mm. It has a package weight of 51g. It also has a filter stone. The filter stone functions like a filter in cigarettes.

3. Glass Chillum Pipe
This pipe is made of high-quality borosilicate glass. It is made in the USA. The pipes have different colors such as light green and red. Frit is a technique used to decorate this pipe.It involves attachment of crushed colored glass to the exterior of the pipe to give it an attractive look. The pipe does not have a carb hole.

4. One Hit
This pipe is a mini chillum type. It is small and portable. It has a length of 50mm, a bowl diameter of 11mm and a bowl height of 11mm. The pipe is light with a weight of 5g.

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