Silicone Glass Heat Resistant Hookah Bowl - Black

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  • Silicone Glass Heat Resistant Hookah Bowl - Black
  • Silicone Glass Heat Resistant Hookah Bowl - Black
MSRP: $15.99
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Description

  • Silicone bowl with a glass silicone hookah bowl hurricane core. Designed to prevent the overflow of soot juice to keep the tobacco moist and burn longer. The funnel bowl is durable and thermally manageable enough to withstand high temperatures.
  • Easy to clean: the crusted tobacco remains on the head. Easy to clean silicone and glass. You can clean without removing the glass. You can clean the new head easily and efficiently under running water.
  • Silicone Hookah Bowl: It perfectly has a lotus flower. Very stable fit. It has a transparent glass bowl on the neck of the silicone. The glass bowl will never melt. This will help you get the original flavor of tobacco. The hurricane shape is designed to keep the tobacco juice. Longer and larger funnels give you a bigger cloud than ever before. Silicone protective glass for almost all hookahs.
  • Each spiral chamber has a unique heating curve that is cleaner, smoother, more delicious, and more durable, designed for easy measurement of hookah tobacco/shisha
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USA Flavor Bans:
Massachusetts: Sorry but we can no longer ship to this state
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday declared a public health emergency in the state "due to severe lung disease associated with the use of e-cigarettes and marijuana-infused products." He is requesting a four-month ban on selling any and all vaping-related products, both in person and online.
Rhode Island: As of today we can ship but that will stop any day now
Governor Gina Raimondo has authorized the Rhode Island Department of Health to ban flavored vaping products from stores in the state. The governor signed executive action Wednesday afternoon, saying she was acting as both a mother and the governor, after seeing flavored e-cigarettes become a public health crisis. The executive order has enacted emergency regulations that last 120 days with an optional extension of 60 more days.
New York: Shipments permitted until Oct 18th
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo of New York State was the first Gov in the nation to implement a ban on the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and nicotine e-liquids, following a vote on emergency regulations by the Public Health and Health Planning Council.
Michigan: Shipments permitted until Oct 4th
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an emergency ban on the online and retail sale of nicotine vaping products in any flavor except tobacco.
Oregon: Only vaping products that taste like hemp/mj or tobacco can continue being sold past Tuesday October 15th.
US FDA
"We will not ban flavors..."