Here are five ways to stretch your THC as far as possible on a cold, snowy day. Godspeed, friends.
Single-serving edibles can be made fast and with relative ease, as long as you're not a stickler for taste. Taking the time to infuse butter or cooking oils will maximize potency and give you better flavor and texture, but that's difficult when you're low on herb. So try adding cannabis to a peanut butter sandwich or whip up a few cups of medicated hot chocolate: Either is effectively infused with less than a gram.
Like a gravity bong, but smaller. Waterfalls definitely aren't the healthiest way to toke, but they're an extremely efficient use of small amounts of cannabis, and easy to make.
First, push a downstem bowl or tool socket through the top of a plastic bottle cap (20-ounce Gatorade bottles work the best), then burn a small hole at the bottom of the bottle. Pack the bowl, fill the bottle up with water (while plugging the hole at the bottom) and put the bottle cap on. Simultaneously light the flower while releasing your finger from the hole, and suck up the smoke in the bottle.
Go light here. These hits are strong.