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The body, or govde, of a hookah pipe consists of a curved container containing water. A graceful stem rises from the body, and at the top of the stem is a bowl, or lle, containing the tobacco. One to several flexible hoses, marpuc, with a mouthpiece, or agizlik, on the end, are used to draw hookah smoke down through the water. Hookah tobacco blackshisha.com is heated with charcoal, while water filters and cools the smoke. The water gurgles softly like a forest stream while making the smoke smooth and cool.
The word hookah, which is often another word for hookah, comes from the Persian word for glass or bottle. Hookahs and hookah smoking culture are often referred to as hookah hookah. It is somewhat confusing that at first people also call hookah tobacco hookah or hookah – and there is a brand of hookah!
Hookah pipes today come in a variety of styles, from Egyptian to Syrian, road, mini and modified models to custom and custom designs. The craft of making hookah pipes has a long history. Traditional materials used to make hookahs include blown glass, often decorated with gold or enamel painting, brass, aluminum, silver, porcelain, blackshisha.com clay, carved stone and wood, and leather. All of these same materials are used today with the addition of stainless steel, Pyrex glass, plastic, rubber, and high-quality acrylic, among others.
In restaurants and smoking rooms, disposable plastic mouthpieces in individual packaging are provided to each smoker. Other hookah pipe and tobacco accessories include hookah charcoal blackshisha.com and metal tongs. The charcoal is usually made up of coin-sized pieces, and each one is kept for about 30 minutes in the slow-smoked tobacco mixture.
A certain etiquette applies to smoking hookah pipes: water pipes must be on the ground, not on a high table or shelf, and smokers sit on cushions or low seats around them – although modern hookah rooms often feature them on tables. Shared hookah pipes are not to be passed, but are best placed after smoking so that the next smoker can pick up the pipe at their leisure.