From mythological depictions of smoking the sacred herb to having legal bhang shops in select states, India is a nation with a deep connection to Cannabis, or ‘Vijaya’ through the times. For those who love the joy of a good sesh, there are many ways to partake in your favourite herb. Whether you’re someone who loves to roll up, get baked on a brownie or take a hit from a pipe, there is no right or wrong way. But as all herb lovers would agree, there is always a whimsical curiosity to experiment with the ways to smoke. If you’re looking to try something new, why not try out the festive launch from Charaswati that is sure to lift your spirits?
The Charaswati Peace Boom Pyar Glass Chillum is for herb lovers who want an alternative that is as cute as it is convenient and effective. This new product from Tarini Dixit’s brand Charaswati is a fitting addition to her existing range of quirky Canna-merch that ranges from their Legalise Kasoori Methi rolling paper to herb-themed jewellery.
This festive launch is referred to as a ‘soulful companion for delish smoking’ by the brand and is meticulously handcrafted. The limited edition elevated smokeware is a ‘dil’ that is designed from high-quality, heat-resistant glass. It is perfectly sized to fit into the palm for easy smoking and portability. Staying true to their philosophy of leading a life filled with love, joy, and puffs of peace, the Peace Boom Pyar Chillum is great for solo smokes and seshes with your friends as well.
Charaswati's heart-shaped chillum reinforces the brand's commitment to creating an elevated smokeware experience. Hopefully, Peace Boom Pyar is the first of more unique products that the brand adds to its inventory to provide unique, whimsical and high-quality products for the cool, canna-curious souls of India.
Whether you're an experienced toker, a passionate roller, or a carefree boomer, Charaswati has something special in store for you. This Navratri, treat yourself to the "Charaswati Boom Peace Pyaar Chillum," and let its magic transform your smoking rituals into an experience like no other. After all, as Charaswati would say, "Good over evil, Methi over broccoli, Maal over malaal always."
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