Shisha Tobacco for Hookah
Hookah smoking is a traditional form of tobacco consumption in the Eastern Mediterranean and South Asian regions. It is also referred to as shisha, narghile, goza, or hubbly bubbly. Hookahs are used by placing coal on top of the tobacco and then drawing air through it to create smoke. The smoker inhales the smoke into their lungs through a hose that extends from the mouthpiece at one end to a container at the other end where it collects in water for later disposal. Hookahs are a device typically used for smoking fruit-flavored tobacco. They can be used to relax and de-stress, or as a form of socialization amongst groups of friends.