Stone pipes are among the earliest artifacts discovered in North America.
Yep, that’s right. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Indigenous people used pipes in various burial ceremonies, treaties and spiritual spaces. Following new agreements, smoking rituals would create stronger social and economic relationships, according to Luther College.
Essentially, pipes were representative of a common ground.
On a mission to integrate the traditional nature of Shaman pipe making into today’s customs of cannabis is Terry Harlow, the creator of Paleolithic Pipes.
And when it comes to smoking accessories, his work is about as authentic as it gets. Read More…