Stepping towards mobile Shisha

As many of you may know, there has been a lot of controversy and differing opinions in regard to electronic cigarettes and hookah pens in the media lately. Many of the so called “experts” classify the two products as exactly the same in terms of safety and product quality. What they do not know is the many differences between hookah pens and e-cigs. E-cigs for example are often made with the lowest quality materials which may in fact put the users health at risk. They also contain nicotine which will not help anyone break a powerful nicotine addiction. E-cigarettes often mimic real cigarettes in terms of taste, offering only two options, regular and menthol. Along with a shisha pen.

 

Hookah pens on the other hand offer many, many great benefits for both smokers and non-smokers alike. One of the best things that hookah pen users prefer over normal cigarettes and electronic cigarettes is the variety of flavors. Most hookah smokers enjoy the hookah smoking experience because they can choose a flavor they enjoy and partake with the comfort of their closest friends in a social setting. Hookah pens emulate the experience by offering greatly reduced health effects and the same variety of flavor. Generally, a hookah pen will contain no nicotine whatsoever. Often the only ingredients included within the device for vaporizing are propylene glycol, water, and flavoring. This is essentially the same as inhaling the morning mist out in the mountains. The only difference is the flavor and the experience. Both which are great by the way!

Though the two devices are similar, they do differ greatly and that difference does need to be recognized by health physicians and the governments of the world. If drugs are ingested, the product does need strict manufacturing and marketing guidelines as they are related to tobacco products with nicotine. Hookah pens on the other hand are nothing more than a portable vaporizing device with a flavor of your choice which you can enjoy safely anywhere, and any time you desire.

Location of Pebbles

Pebbles are found in two locations – on the beaches of various oceans and seas, and inland where ancient seas used to cover the land. When then the seas retreated, the rocks became landlocked. They can also be found in lakes and ponds. Pebbles can also form in rivers, and travel into estuaries where the smoothing continues in the sea.

Beach pebbles and river pebbles (also known as river rock) are distinct in their geological formation and appearance.

Beach

Beach pebbles are formed gradually over time as the ocean water washes over loose rock particles. The result is a smooth, rounded appearance. The typical size range is from 2 mm to 50 mm. The colors range from translucent white to black, and include shades of yellow, brown, red and green. Some of the more plentiful pebble beaches are found along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, beginning in the United States and extending down to the tip of South America in Argentina. Other pebble beaches are found in northern Europe (particularly on the beaches of the Norwegian Sea), along the coast of the U.K. and Ireland, on the shores of Australia, and around the islands of Indonesia and Japan.

Inland

Inland pebbles (river pebbles of river rock) are usually found along the shores of large rivers and lakes. These pebbles are formed as the flowing water washes over rock particles on the bottom and along the shores of the river. The smoothness and color of river pebbles depends on several factors, such as the composition of the soil of the river banks, the chemical characteristics of the water, and the speed of the current. Because river current is gentler than the ocean waves, river pebbles are usually not as smooth as beach pebbles. The most common colors of river rock are black, grey, green, brown and white.

Mars

Pebbly rocks contained in slabs found on Mars formed part of an ancient streambed, supporting claims of past life of the planet. Scientists said the gravels, which were discovered by Nasa’s Mars rover Curiosity, range from the size of sand particles to the size of golf balls.[1] Analysis showed the pebbles were part of a stream that flowed at walking pace and was ankle to hip-deep.

Uses

Beach pebbles and river pebbles are used for a variety of purposes, both outdoors and indoors. They can be sorted by color and size, and they can also be polished to improve the texture and color. Outdoors, beach pebbles are often used for landscaping, construction and as decorative elements. Beach pebbles are often used to cover walkways and driveways, around pools, in and around plant containers, on patios and decks. Beach and river pebbles are also used to create water-smart gardens in areas where water is scarce. Small pebbles are also used to create living spaces and gardens on the rooftops of buildings. Indoors, pebbles can be used as bookends and paperweights. Large pebbles are also used to create “pet rocks” for children and rocks painted with inspirational Bible verses and literary quotes.