The Primo Piece Turns Any Bottle Into A Fully Functional Bong

The Primo Piece is an innovative take on a common smoking method, the bong. It’s a device that turns a bottle into a bong. It comes in a sleek black box. When you open it, two panels unfold, one with a straw and the other with directions.

The piece is self-explanatory, put the straw in the slot and secure the Primo piece to a bottle. The straws’ pointed edge is inserted into the bottom of the Primo, while the round end goes into the water. I cleaned the first bottle I could find and secured the Primo. It forms a tight fit with the bottle. It feels secure and doesn’t feel like separate pieces in your hand.

The bowl is the silver cap. It also forms a tight fit, maybe a little too tight. It makes for a clumsy carb. Upon using it some more I realized having it partially raised before smoking made carving easier. The bowl is small, so I recommend grinding the weed up so you can pack a flat even bowl. This allows better airflow, making burning a bowl in one hit relatively easy. It smokes just like a bong should.

“Constructed from plastic and medical grade anodized aluminum, Primo is light-weight, durable, and ready for your next adventure. Simply insert the straw (included), add water to the bottle, attach your Primo, and enjoy”

If you hate leaving home without a bong, this could easily be thrown into your backpack during a road-trip. It’s lightweight and sturdy so you don’t have to worry about breaking it. It looks easy to clean and fits on nearly any bottle you’re likely to buy at Seven Eleven on your way out of town. This piece won’t  break your bank at $40-$60.

If you only smoke at home there isn’t much need to add something like this to your collection other than novelty. If you’re constantly on the move, this could become an invaluable tool for smoking cannabis on the move. This could become the go-to piece for camping trips and hiking expeditions. You won’t have to worry about breaking glass during a trip or packing something that needs a giant carrying case to avoid damage.

Primo piece


Strains To Test The Primo Piece With

Lemon Cake by Cultivar Farms

This strain combines Lemon Skunk and Cheese into a sweet sativa. The high is energetic and focused, great for staying active.

Primo piece

Lemon Cake smells like lemon cake frosting.

Lucky Charms by Captain Chronic

This strain is a high CBD strain that won’t get you too stoned during your adventure with sub-8 percent THC numbers. This sativa-hybrid strain is a good way to take a slight edge off mentally and physically without anything more.

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Lucky Charms is a fruity CBD strain.

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Jeff Sessions Attacks Cannabis Industry By Killing The Cole Memo

Last month Jeff Sessions and the GOP went after medical marijuana protections and now Sessions is putting the entire legal cannabis industry at risk. Sessions wrote a letter to all states saying the Cole Memorandum (Cole memo) is to be rescinded immediately. States are to follow the laws set forth by the Controlled Substance Act. Obama-era polices of noninterference pertaining to states marijuana laws are no longer in place.

What Is The Cole Memo?

The Cole memo is the document drafted by former Deputy Attorney General James Cole that was the binding set of regulations states recreational cannabis laws we’re to obey. As long as states were in 100 percent compliance with these laws, federal prosecutors would abstain from inference of cannabis related activities. States like Colorado have shown how serious they are about following the Cole memo’s rules. Last month the state raided 13 recreational dispensaries for state law violations. Colorado did this on its own accord with no prompting or help from DEA or any other federal agencies.

Jeff Sessions

Sessions didn’t outright tell federal prosecutors to go after cannabis businesses, but he removed the  leashes if any decide to do so themselves. In his letter Sessions mentions the finite resources they’re managing to prosecute marijuana cases, but to uphold federal law which still labels cannabis as a schedule-one drug. U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling of Massachusetts said his office would aggressively pursue cannabis related crimes but the states recreational marijuana law isn’t be addressed at this time. While Lelling seems to be lock-step with Sessions assessment that this is a “return to law,” most-everyone else seems to be unanimously against the move and are standing against Sessions and defending the Cole memo.

Another Trump Lie

Trump’s stance leading up to the 2017 election was to leave the states alone when it came to marijuana prosecution, a decision that held with President Obama and Attorney General Holder-era recommendations.

“I’m a states person, I think it should be up to the states,” Trump said.

Trump has been silent since Sessions rescinded the Cole memo. Trump hasn’t reigned in Session who’s been attacking cannabis since he took his attorney general position. Trump has not kept to his word on many things since he was elected, and the states cannabis rights is another entry on that long list of lies.

Defending The Cole Memo Against Jeff Sessions

Washington Governor Jay Inslee suggested the public stand firm and resist while Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said “we’re not messing around” in regards defending the Washington’s cannabis industry. Massachusetts Gov.  Charlie Baker, U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer of the District of Colorado, Republican Senator Cory Gardner, Lt. Governor of California Gavin Newsome  and the Koch brothers are just some of the law makers and policy influencers that disagree with Sessions attack on the cannabis industry.

It’s well known that the war on drugs perpetuates racial stereotypes dealing with drug use and disproportionately effects black and brown neighborhoods, systematically ruining thousands of peoples lives. For Sessions to restart a drug war that’s wasted billions of tax dollars with no positive impact to show for it; is downright insulting to the critically thinking voters of this country. The majority of whom at minimum support medical cannabis if not complete legalization.

Cannabis needs to be further researched to fully understand its benefits and detriments, but it’s unanimously agreed that it’s safer than opioids, which is plaguing out country. It’s also safer than alcohol and tobacco; both are legal and regulated by the government despite having no medical usage whatsoever.

In Washington consumers have purchased $2.48 billion in cannabis, paid $223 million in sales tax $682 million in marijuana tax. That’s almost a $1 billion budget for Washington to fight Sessions decision. These numbers are as of Oct. 2017, according to 502data.

KushMart opened in November 2014 and has been a top-ranked recreational pot shop since day 1. We’re located at 6309 Evergreen Way STE C minutes off of Interstate 5. With ample parking, you will be in and out in no time and with our amazing selection and best prices you will have a smile on your face.