Today, the development of the shisha style of tobacco amongst users is increasing. This style has been dominant in the Eastern culture particularly in the middle east and North African countries but has gathered a bigger following all around the world. Shishas are a lingering aspect in the Arabic cultures and are being endorsed by non-Arabic people today. The thrill about shisha by multitudes across the world has led to the development of shisha bars even in America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Shisha is smoked slowly, and it gives a relaxed feeling to its users. Its buzz is not about the nicotine fix but the atmosphere it creates. To smoke shisha, a hookah is cleaned with cold water and loaded with tobacco which is heated using coal. The essence of water in a hookah is to filter, cool and soften the shisha smoke by bubbling it through. The water. The light and pleasant smoke aromas of shisha infuse the senses and linger in the air encouraging slow, meditative breathing while lightening up the atmosphere. The time taken to smoke shisha ranges from thirty minutes to one hour. This is what makes shisha special.
To heighten the feeling you get when smoking shisha, you can add ice to the water in the hookah or chill its hoses before use or use various aromas. To enhance the smoke of shisha fruit flavors, fruit juices or wine are added to the base of the water in the hookah. Also, shisha users combine flavors to create special blends. It is recommended that shisha smoking is facilitated by a specific type of coal only meant for shisha use. Any other type of coal risks carbon monoxide poisoning and an unfavorable quality of shisha smoke. If the smoke is deficient in a shisha flavor, it is usually a sign of insufficient heat and rarely the quantity of tobacco because a small amount goes a long way.
There are different styles available for hookahs, and they are based on cultural orientation or purpose among others. The development of hookahs has a history in the techniques utilized. Traditional materials used to make the pipes include blown glass often decorated in gold or enamel painting, brass, aluminum, silver, porcelain, carved wood or stone and leather. Today, hookahs still use the traditional materials and added stainless steel, plastic, rubber, Pyrex glass and high-quality acrylics among others to the list of options.
While smoking shisha, a few things need to be observed. They include; never lighting a cigarette using the coal that is used to heat the shisha, not blowing smoke into another person’s face unless they make that request, not sharing mouthpieces, placing the hookah’s hose on the table once done to give others the opportunity to smoke as well and wrapping the hoses around the stem of the hookah once smoking shisha is complete. Take a look at this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hookah for more information.