What's a Chillum?
The Chillum is a type of thin cone-shaped tool made of soil and other equipment. The cone-shaped tool can only be used for smoking when it has a filter stone inside it or the smoking matter will fall right into your mouth. To keep away from burning your hands the Chillum is being smoked through a cloth.
at first the Chillum was made from fired clay but they also live in wood, stone and glass. It is thought to create in India, although they were also found in South America. The Chillum is particular as its origin is only spiritual. The holy men from India, the Sadhu (Hindu Priests), have been smoking their Chillums for thousands of years. Smoking a Chillum for a Sadhu is like intake red wine for a catholic cleric. In the sixties the Chillum started being used in Europe and America by the Hippie society.
Smoking tiny Chillums brings hot smoke straight into your gullet. The larger the pipe, the colder the smoke gets, and the more smoke you'll get in your lungs. The more smoke you'll get, the more of off your head you'll get... For a more smooth smoke, pick a lesser one. Smoking a Chillum is always better than smoking a cigarette: it's sooner and you don't need any tobacco.