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Agung Glass Bong Gift Box Regular with Grinder Bong Waterpipe Hookah Water Pipe


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Have you been looking for something to gift your smoker friend? If yes, you are at the right place. This beautiful gift pack is a thoughtful piece that has all the things that your friend will absolutely adore. 
First in the box is a nifty grinder that can break your herb up perfectly in small bits so that your hits can be smoother and less messy. Pulling apart the herb manually can be time-consuming and monotonous and this cute wooden grinder can help you ease that process. Next in the box is a handy, pretty Agung bong from Australia that you can use for your heavy smoking sessions. This bubble bong is perfect for your get togethers, an easy hit in the parties among your friends. Made from glass, this bong gives you the best hits. At 24 cm, it is just the right size that does not mess with portability. It also comes with a bonza stem and cone piece, hurray! Comes in an attractive gift box too!


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  • lung cancer
  • throat cancer
  • pancreatic cancer
  • stomach cancer
  • kidney and bladder cancers
  • acute chest illnesses and diseases
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  • lung illnesses and diseases
  • stomach ulcers.

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  • reduced lung function, especially for infants
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