Lick The Chalice
A chalice, also known as a wisdom chalice or chillum chalice, is a type of cannabis smoking pipe used most often by members of the Jamaican Rastafari movement. It is a type of water pipe used for smoking.
Lick the Chalice
The word chalice (along other permutations such as chalwa, chali, etc.) is often used to refer to marijuana itself, which certain Rastafari consider to be of specific religious importance as they believe it is a gift from Jah. The term "lick the chalice" refers to Rasta communing with Jah. A group of practitioners gather in a communal meeting, known as "groundations," a prayer is said, and the chalice lit and passed counter-clockwise among the group.
A bong-like chillum equipped with a water filtration chamber is sometimes referred to as a chalice, based on a quote from the Biblical book of Deuteronomy. Thanks and praises are offered to Jah before smoking the chillum.
It's a sensi I smoke this morning that it brighten up my eyesJah know I love it so 'cause it brings good vibesIt's a sensi I smoke this morning that it brighten up my eyesJah know I love it so, it brings good vibesWon't you help me bless this chalice?Won't you help me steam this stew?Can't you help me to boil this medicine?It's good for asthma and flu 041b061a72