WO2005097609A1 - Chewingbag, a bag for herbal material that can be chewed on - Google Patents

Chewingbag, a bag for herbal material that can be chewed on Download PDF

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WO2005097609A1
WO2005097609A1 PCT/NL2005/000267 NL2005000267W WO2005097609A1 WO 2005097609 A1 WO2005097609 A1 WO 2005097609A1 NL 2005000267 W NL2005000267 W NL 2005000267W WO 2005097609 A1 WO2005097609 A1 WO 2005097609A1
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Maarten Willem Driessen
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24BMANUFACTURE OR PREPARATION OF TOBACCO FOR SMOKING OR CHEWING; TOBACCO; SNUFF
    • A24B13/00Tobacco for pipes, for cigars, e.g. cigar inserts, or for cigarettes; Chewing tobacco; Snuff

Abstract

A Chewing-Bag, a bag for herbal material that can be chewed on. A wrapping made out of textile to put fresh dried and pulverised herbal material into like the herbal material that could be found and used in the kitchen. A wrapping that can be held in the mouth capable to endure being chewed on. The taste and the active substances can be tasted and absorbed via the sputtum without any direct contact between the contents of the bag and the mouth. The structure of the cloth holds back the pulp but lets through the liquid with the dissolved substances. The rim of the bag or the edging of the piece of cloth can be folded inwardly resulting in a sealed opening smoothly shaped without any ravels. A round piece of cloth with the same capability to be used as Chewing-Bag. A piece of cloth with markings indicating the consumer how to adjust the size himself ad where to tack the bit of string or the Cable-Tie that can be re-used and a little strand that can be an independent part of it. A mixture of herbal material especially made to be used in combination wth a Chewing-Bag.

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Chewing-bag, a bag for herbal material that can be chewed on.

We want to be able to hold pulverized herbal or other vegetable material in our mouth to let the taste and the active substances be absorbed by the mouth or be swallowed together with the fluids of the mouth. It is ment for fresh dried and pulverized herbs that are if possible not manufactured any further like those herbs found in the kitchen or grown in the garden. Not wanted is all the loose material in the mouth and the unwanted swallowing of it. Not wanted is it sticking persistently to the teeth. Not wanted is the tongue or other parts of the mouth getting irritated or damaged because of a contact with the herbal material that is to direct. The solution is a wrapping for the herbal material strong enough to be chewed on and capable of letting through the liquid with the dissolved substances but holding back the vegetable pulp. The wrapping can be made out of textile and the form or shape or structure of it should not be unpleasant to hold in the mouth and it ought to be made out of materials that are not hazardous to the health. For example firm but smooth and unpainted cloth made out of cotton, linen, flax, silk, or hemp could be used. Maybe synthetic cloth like polyester could be used as well but this is not a product from nature and it could be of greater risk to the health.

The wrapping could be filled/ stuffed and sealed by the manufacturer making it look like a little pillow. It also could be a little bag that could be filled by the consumer himself. The measures could be 3 to 4 cm with an opening on one of the smaller sides. A small funnel could make it easier to fill the bag. To seal the partially filled bag a bit of string or a plastic Cable-Tie could be placed around the twisted neck of the opening. To prevent the fastener from slipping off while being used a thickening could be made round the opening of the bag. The thickening can be made from a thicker thread woven into the material of the bag at a distance of γA cm from the opening. The fastener can also be a spherical shaped and beadlike form K that can be placed on the twisted neck of the opening of the bag by turning it around. The twisted neck of the opening can be pressed and hold tight inside the hole of K using a countersinked screw that is placed square onto the hole of K. Also K can be made out of two parts using a hinge to connect them. One part of K can have a gully and the other part can have a ledge and the hole of K can be formed by the space in between them. The twisted neck of the opening of the bag can be placed in the gully to be pressed tight with the ledge of the other part. The two hinging parts of K can be fastened with a countersinked screw or clasp. A raw or rugged structure can be placed on the bottom of the gully or on the top of the ledge to have more grip on the twisted neck of the opening of the bag. The opening of a bag sealed with a bit of string or a Cable-Tie has a rim/edging that is spreading and even could be raveling out. What we do not want in the mouth is a rim/edging spreading and raveling out. This can be prevented by making sure the rim of the opening of the bag will not be sticking out of the other end of the hole of K. The sealed opening of the bag can also be smooth if the bit of string or the Cable-Tie is not placed around the twisted neck of the opening but placed mostly on the inside of the opening making it possible for the rim of the opening to be folded to the inside while sealing the opening. To accomplish this we imagine the opening of the bag to be divided into a square and the bit of string is tacked through the material near each angular point of the square as well as on both sides of each angular point of the square. The bit of string should now be on the outside of the bag for a little bit at three of the angular points of the square and the two ends of the bit of string should be outside the bag near the fourth angular point of the square. The distances between the places where the bit of string is tacked through the material and the rim of the opening is about 3A cm. After the bag is partially filled the rim of the opening can be folded to the inside. The inwardly folded rim of the opening can now be sealed by pulling the string tight and knotting its ends together. Instead of the bit of string a plastic Cable-Tie can be tacked through the material of the bag in the same manner as the bit of string has been. Filling the bag and folding the rim of the opening to the inside is easier using a plastic Cable-Tie because the hoop formed by the plastic strand of the Cable-Tie supplies the opening of the bag with shape and firmness while the bit of string supplies no support at all. To supply the opening of the bag with firmness while using a bit of string a frame bend out of metal wire could help. The frame can have an opening containing four hooks on the inside. The distances between the hooks are all the same. The three little pieces of the bit of string on the outside of the bag as well as the two ends can be placed around the hooks inside the frame. If the bag is partially filled and the rim of the opening has been folded inwardly the bag can be slid from the hooks to be sealed. -Instead of the frame a rectangle with a hole or a cylindrical shaped form made out plastic with four hooks on the inside of its opening could be used to support the bit of string.

Instead of the bag a round piece of cloth (drawing 1) with for example a diameter of 12 cm could be used. The bit of string or the Cable-Tie could be tacked through the round piece of cloth as if the upper side of the round piece of cloth is like the inside of the bag, as if the edging of the round piece of cloth is like the rim of the opening of the bag and as if the underside of the round piece of cloth is like the outside of the bag. To achieve this we draw two square lines and a circle with a diameter of 9 cm on the round piece of cloth and they all have the same centre. The intersections of the two square lines and the circle are like the angular points of the square into which the opening of the bag was imaginary divided in order to establish the places to tack the bit of string or the Cable-Tie through the material. On the circle near the intersection points as well as on both sides of the intersection points the bit of string or the Cable-Tie will be tacked through the material. The bit of string or the Cable-Tie will be on the underside of the round piece of cloth for a little bit at three of the the intersection points and so will the two ends be at the fourth intersection point. Also a square piece of cloth of 15 cm wide could be used containing ever decreasing cirkels with two square lines all having the same centre. The consumer himself could cut the piece of cloth into the size he needs and tack the bit of string or the Cable-Tie through it near the intersection points. Instead of two square lines two pair of square lines could be used. The lines of one pair are parallel to each other at a distance of about Vz cm. At the intersection points of the two pair of lines and the circles the bit of string or the Cable-Tie can be tacked through the piece of cloth. Unpainted smooth and thin but firm cotton cloth commonly used to make sheets could be used to make a wrapping to put the herbal material into.

A Cable-Tie is easy to use but it can not be used repeatedly. A re-usable design O could be made. If the bag or the round piece of cloth are not worn out they could be cleaned and re-used without having to run an other Cable-Tie through it. O can look like a common Cable-Tie but the little rectangle placed in an oblique line with the strand it has to block (in order to prevent the Httle ribs on the plastic strand from going the wrong way) must have the capability to be moved and be replaced in order to release the strand temporary. This can be achieved by making the little 'home' of the Cable-Tie with the hole, through which one end of the little plastic strand (which is connected with the other end to the 'home') should be led, consist out of two parts that can be reconnected to each other repeatedly using a fastener. The little rectangle that has been placed in an oblique line with the strand could also independently be moved and replaced up against the plastic strand using a little screw. The little plastic strand with the ribs can also be an independent part with a thickening at one end that could get stuck inside an opening of the little 'home' of the Cable-Tie as if they are one during the use of them. To be able to re-use a wrapping without having to run through the material an other bit of string the endings of the bit of string could be led through the spherical shaped and beadlike form K instead of being knotted together. K could hold on to the bit of string tightly. Instead of the bit of string an independent plastic strand with ribs and a thickening at one end could be used to seal the wrapping and therefore it could be led through K to be hold on tight to. A raw or rugged structure or a little rectangle placed in an oblique line on the inside of K as if it was a common Cable-Tie could be used to prevent the strand from slipping. If K is made out of two parts the little plastic strand and the wrapping could be re-used.

When not cut off the little plastic strand or the bit of string can be used like the stick of a lollipop to hold the wrapping into the mouth. After the chewing and the tasting of the herbal material the wrapping could be opened and if wanted the herbal material could still be eaten and swallowed with some water in order not to loose any of the active substances. The use of the wrapping could be an alternative for eating candy or using tea or smoking marihuana or other herbs.

One should be totally aware of the existance of herbal material that will be a serious risk and a danger to the health if chewed on or swallowed. A mixture of herbal material could be made specialy selected for use in the Chewing-bags discribed above. While compiling the mixture the mixture or the components itself could be selected regarding its capability to dissolve in a liquid and especially in sputum and also regarding the speed and the duration of the dissolving. Also special attention could be made regarding the taste and the way the consumer experiences the taste of the mixture and the effects of it to the state of mind or the temper and the health. The mixture can be put together creating several sorts regarding characteristics as taste and the effect to the state of mind and the temper and the health.

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Claims.
All of the objects claimed ought to be made from materials that are not unpleasant to hold in the mouth and are not hazardous to the health.
1.
A Chewing-bag with as characteristic features that it is about 3 by 4 cm big and made out of textile with the opening on one of the smaller sides. The textiel is not unpleasant to hold in the mouth, it is strong enough to chew on, the structure of the cloth holds back the pulp of the herbal material but lets through the liquid and the dissolved substances. If used normaly it should not be a hazard to the health.
The bag can have a thickening near the opening to prevent a fastener from slipping off while used normaly. As thickening a bit of string could be used and tacked through the cloth.
2.
A Chewing-bag like in claim 1 with as characteristic features that a bit of string or a Cable-Tie is tacked through it in a way the rim of the opening can be folded to the inside while sealing it. Imagine the opening of the bag is devided into a square and the distance of each angular point of the square to the rim of the opening is 1 cm. Near the four angular points and on both sides of each angular point the bit of string or the Cable-Tie is tacked through the material resulting in the bit of string or the Cable-Tie being on the outside of the bag for a little bit at three of the angular points of the square and the ends of it being on the outside of the bag near the remaining fourth angular point.
3. A Chewing-bag with as characteristic features that it is made out of a round piece of cloth with a diameter of 12 cm for example. The piece of cloth is made out of the same material as the Chewing-bag in claim 1. The manner in which the bit of string or the Cable-Tie is tacked through the round piece of cloth makes it possible to fold the edging of the piece of cloth to the inside while sealing the Chewing-bag that is formed. On the round piece of cloth we imagine a circle with a diameter of 9 cm and two square lines all having the same centre as the piece of cloth. Near the intersection points of the circle and the square lines as well as on both sides of these intersection points the bit of string or the Cable-Tie is tacked through the cloth resulting in the bit of string or the Cable-Tie being on the underside of the piece of cloth for a little bit at three intersection points as well as both of its ends being on the underside of the piece of cloth at the remaining fourth intersection point. The diameter of the piece of cloth can be varied. A bigger diameter probably will not be needed but a smaller diameter could come in handy.
4.
A Chewing-bag with as characteristic features that it is a square piece of cloth of about 15 cm wide made out of the same material as the Chewing-bag in claim 1. Ever decreasing circles and two square lines all having the same centre are marked on the piece of cloth. This piece of cloth could be combined with a bit of string and a needle or one or more Cable-Ties in order to let the consumer cut and finish the Chewing-bag himself.
5. A Chewing-bag in combination with a frame bended out of metal wire. This frame also could be sold individually and this frame has as characteristic features that it has four hooks in its opening all having the same distance to each other. The bit of string that is going to seal the opening of the Chewing-bag can be placed around the hooks to supply the opening of the Chewing-bag with shape and firmness. The shape and firmness the opening is supplied with makes it easier to fill the Chewing-bag and is also needed for enabling the rim of the bag or the edging of the piece of cloth to be folded inwardly after which the opening can be sealed.
The frame can also be a flat piece of firm plastic or a cylindrical shape with a hole and four hooks in its hole all having the same distance to each other.
6.
A Chewing-bag in combination with a spherical shaped and beadlike form K with which its opening could be sealed. This form K also could be sold individually and this form K has as characteristic features that it has a hole and the contents of its hole can be hold on tight to using a square placed countersinked screw to produce the needed pressure. K also could be charaterized that it is made out of two parts and for example two hinging parts combined with one or two countersinked screws or a clasp to fasten them. One part can have a gully and the other part can have a ledge that fits into the gully making it possible to seal the opening of the Chewing-bag by pressing it tight in between them. A raw or rugged structure could be placed on the botom of the gully and on the top of the ledge to have more grip on the contents of the gully. The raw or rugged structure at the bottom of the gully and at the top of the ledge could be a little rectangle placed in an oblique line with the hole of K in order to prevent the ribs on an independent plastic strand from moving in the wrong direction in the same manner it is done in common Cable-Ties.
7. A Chewing-bag in combination with a Cable-Tie with which the opening could be sealed. This Cable-Tie also could be sold individually and this Cable-Tie has as characterisic features that it could be re-used because the little rectangle (that has been placed in an oblique line with the strand in order to prevent the ribs on the strand from going into the wrong direction) could be moved releasing the ribs of the strand as well as be replaced afterwards to block the ribs again. The little rectangle could be moved and replaced using a screw or because the 'home' it is placed in is niade out of two parts that can be disconnected and reconnected again repeatedly like K could for instance.
The plastic strand with the ribs can be an independent part with a thickening at one end. The end with the thickening should get stuck inside an opening of the 'home' of the Cable-Tie in order to make them act as one during the use of them.
8.
A Chewing-bag in combination with a mixture of herbal (or vegetable) material. This mixture also could be sold individually and has as characteristic features that it is especially made to be used in combination with a Chewing-bag. In the process of compiling the mixture a selection is made regarding the capability of the mixture or the component parts to be dissolved in a liquid or in particular in the sputtum and the speed and the duration in which it will dissolve. Also a selection is made regarding the taste and the possible effects on the state of mind or the temper or the health or the way the consumer experiences the selection. A mixture can be made regarding characteristics like taste and the effect on the state of mind or the temper or the health.
9.
A Chewing-bag with as characteristic features that it could look like the bag of claim 1 and that it is made from the same material. This Chewing-bag is filled and sealed by the manufacturer. It could have smooth edgings and the angular points could be rounded off.
PCT/NL2005/000267 2004-04-08 2005-04-07 Chewingbag, a bag for herbal material that can be chewed on WO2005097609A1 (en)

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NL1025898 2004-04-08
NL1025898A NL1025898C2 (en) 2004-04-08 2004-04-08 Chewing bag containing herbal material, is made of non-toxic textile to hold pulp of herbal material and to let out liquid and dissolved substances
NL1028072A NL1028072C1 (en) 2004-04-08 2005-01-20 Chewing bag containing herbal material, is made of non-toxic textile to hold pulp of herbal material and to let out liquid and dissolved substances
NL1028072 2005-01-20
NL1028714 2005-04-07
NL1028714A NL1028714C2 (en) 2004-04-08 2005-04-07 A plum bag (a herb bag on which you can chew).

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