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Hookah Pipe Law – What About The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act?

A hookah, shisha, or hookah water pipe is a multi or single-stemmed vessel for smoking or vaporing pipes, and often both liquids or smokes. The smoke is normally passed through a glass bowl-usually cold or scented-before inhalation through a water pipe. A hookah is similar to a mini-bowl, but is often smaller than a regular bowl. Smoking a hookah is similar to smoking a bowl, the only difference is that the bowl does not have a stem. The materials for hookahs differ greatly, from traditional clay to plastic and iron.

Hookahs have been used as a smoking substitute for centuries, but hookahs have recently increased in popularity due to their health benefits. A hookah has the same heating effects of a cigarette, with increased risk for cancer. The smoke from a hookah can contain higher amounts of tar and ammonia than that of a cigarette, and it is important to carefully control the amount of smoke inhaled. It is advised to never smoke while using a hookah, as the smoke can be inhaled in a similar fashion to cigarette smoke.

Hookah users experience the same “high” feelings as those found in cigarette smoke: a sense of euphoria, irritability, anxiety, and increased risk of infection. However, hookah users also experience the “hooka,” which is the smoking of a hookah with a cigarette; the only difference is that hookah smokers do not inhale the cigarette smoke, but only the hookah smoke. Hookah is highly addictive because the user is not only inhaling nicotine; there is also a build up of bacteria in the user’s mouth and throat.

Like cigarette smoking, hookah use can severely damage your lungs. Smoking a hookah can severely damage your lungs because it over stimulates your blood vessels and decreases your oxygen levels. There have been several studies done on the health risks of hookah use; all show evidence of poor blood circulation, lung damage, heart attacks, and high blood pressure. Hookah smoke is also considered to be a cause of airway diseases such as emphysema and bronchitis, as well as serious respiratory problems. These health risks are only some of the many that hookah has been associated with.

In the United States, hookah smoking is against the law; however, in many countries hookah smoking is allowed. In the United States, hookahs can be purchased and smoked in public places, but not in private homes. In certain states, hookah bars have been established in order to further promote hookah smoking. There have even been hookah bars established in the states of Colorado and Washington, where smoking is banned in public.

The hookah industry has not faced any federal regulation. However, hookah manufacturers may be required to include warning labels on their products about the serious health risks associated with using hookah pipes and products, as well as health statements about the dangers of inhaling charcoal. Many hookah manufacturers have chosen to ignore this requirement because they do not believe that warning labels will affect their ability to sell hookahs. As a result hookah smoking continues to be strongly discouraged by health professionals.