August 9, 2022

The Ultimate Guide to Cannabis Cannons

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The Ultimate Guide to Cannabis Cannons

After talking about rolled smoking products like joints and blunts, today’s discussion will focus more on cannabis flower smoking.

Traditionally, cannabis is smoked in blunts and joints, each of which has a different name. Joints go by many names, such as:

Doobs/doobies

Jays

  • The Pinner
  • Cannon
  • Phatty
  • marijuana cigarette

You can also call blunts by any of the following names:

  • Dutch
  • Breezy
  • An L
  • Blizzunt
  • Phatty

Then there is the spliff, which has many similarities to a joint but also includes rolled-up tobacco.

Even while there isn’t a negative term for a blunt or a joint, the names that people come up with or that specific places use to classify rolled smokeable can be funny. In fact, if you enjoy one of these smoking methods, try thinking of your own titles for it; have fun!

Now that we’ve had a little fun, let’s get to work. Continue reading to find out more about the different blunts and rolling papers you can use with cannabis flowers!

Rolling Papers

Rolling papers should always be available to marijuana enthusiasts. They are a great option for folks who prefer rolling cannabis flowers because they come in little packs with lots of sheets.

Rolling papers can be divided into three categories: novelty papers made from materials like gold leaf or translucent cellulose rolls, papers made from rice or hemp, and papers made from wood pulp (a naturally occurring material from plants).

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Various Styles of Rolling Papers

Wood pulp makes up the traditional rolling papers, which are also used for smoking. Due to their composition, they burn more quickly than typical rolling papers and have a unique flavour.

The negative? Rolling papers produced of wood pulp are typically bleached to achieve their distinctive white colour, indicating the employment of chemicals during production.

Because they burn with mild, undetectable flavours, many cannabis smokers prefer the brownish papers made of hemp or rice.

They also burn more slowly than rolling papers made from wood pulp, and typically no chemicals are used in their production. Another benefit of these thinner rolling papers over those made of wood pulp is that you may smoke more marijuana with less paper.

The last is the novelty papers. As we previously mentioned, the materials from which these are made differ; for instance, you can get papers made from cellulose and papers made from gold leaf.

Frequently, novelty papers’ visual appeal receives more attention than whether or not they are suitable for smoking. To change up your smoking routine or for a special occasion, they might, nonetheless, be fun to try.

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Different Styles

It’s also important to remember that, according to your smoking tastes, you can choose from a variety of rolling paper styles. For example, you can get pre-rolled cones that you can simply fill with the cannabis flower of your choice if you don’t know how to make a joint.

Additionally, certain rolling papers, like those produced by Randy’s, come with an inside metal wire that serves as a built-in roach holder! This can be quite useful for folks who frequently burn their fingertips or don’t like the taste of burned cannabis on their hands, even if it isn’t strictly necessary.

There is a whole industry of flavoured rolling papers that you may find and pair with different cannabis strains if you enjoy smoking and discovering new flavours!

You can typically get your chosen brand of rolling papers in a variety of different sizes to fit your smoking style, just like with any great product. You can purchase impossibly small rolling papers if you’re smoking alone, as well as ridiculously large rolling papers if you’re smoking with a bunch of friends.

Sharp Wraps

Now is the time to talk blunts! Similar to joints, blunt wraps can be made from a variety of materials, so you can pick the one that best suits your preferences. The most common kind of blunt wraps is made of tobacco, although hemp and herbal wraps are also becoming more and more popular.

For wraps made of tobacco, you have a few options. The first choice is the standard fronto leaf, which is a whole raw tobacco leaf that is divided into sections and rolled like a joint.

The fronto leaf, according to folklore, was the original wrap for a blunt, but as they became more scarce, people started gutting or disassembling cigarillos to fill them with marijuana before rolling them into blunts.

This brings us to the cigarillo as our next option for a blunt wrap. Whenever you visit a convenience store, a display of cigarillos is likely to be present. White Owls, Phillies, Swishers, and Dutch Masters are just a few of the numerous available brands and flavours.

To use a cigarillo as a blunt wrap, one must cut a seam and extract the tobacco from the interior. Roll it up after adding marijuana to the bare casing.

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Backwoods cigars are a perfect example of a natural leaf cigar. They resemble a hybrid of a front leaf and a cigarillo since they are pre-rolled cigars with a natural tobacco leaf covering.

Instead of breaking down a natural leaf cigar, it is essential to unroll it, place marijuana in the wrap, and then roll it back up.

After talking about tobacco blunt wraps, let’s review our other options. Since smoking is terrible for your health, there is a market for hemp and herbal blunt wraps. Despite not having tobacco, they perform similarly to cigarillos.

You next choose the cannabis’ flavour and substance, take it out of its box, and roll it up! For individuals who prefer the slow-burning smoking experience that a blunt delivers without consuming nicotine, these are really excellent alternatives.

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Genesis Grow Corporation

We sincerely hope that this essay has given you a better understanding of the world of rolled cannabis. If you can’t think of anything else, just bear in mind that there are many ways you can roll your cannabis.

If becoming aware of all the options has left you feeling overwhelmed, don’t be concerned. We suggest you explore and experiment with different flavours and sheets until you discover something you like!

Furthermore, if you don’t want to learn how to roll or look for the best rolling papers, find a Genesis Grow Corp. store and get your hands on some of our amazing Pacific Crest Pre-Rolls.

With our excellent cannabis, any form of rolling paper or wrap works great, but having it rolled for you is much better!

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