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5 Tips To Choose The Best Rolling Papers For Smoking Cannabis

When it comes to smoking cannabis, some say the greatest joy is rolling your joint perfectly. Whether you are a pro smoker or only beginning to try smoking the cannabis plant, you will need to master the art of rolling a joint or blunt. But that’s not all you need. Apart from the skill, you will need to find the right rolling paper to complete the task. 

While you may know where to buy the rolling paper from, which one should you get? Are you wondering how to choose the best paper for your next smoking session? Dive right in and find a complete guide to help you select the best one. 

 

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What is a rolling paper? 

If you’re just jumping into the fascinating world of cannabis smoking, you might not know what rolling paper is. Rolling paper, joint paper, cigarette rolling paper, blanks, while it goes by many names, the function they perform is the same. It is a thin paper used to encase and smoke cannabis or even tobacco. A rolling paper can come in different dimensions that you can roll either manually or through a machine.  

Manufacturers use many different materials like hemp, wood pulp, flax, or rice straw to make rolling papers. Some papers even come with flavors to help enhance the experience of terpenes. You can also try the wide array of products offered by Twisted Extracts for a comprehensive cannabis experience. 

 

How to choose the best rolling paper? 

Finding the best rolling paper among the plenty of choices available today can be a daunting task. You must learn everything about rolling papers to help you make an informed choice. If you’re on a search for the best paper for smoking cannabis, here are five tips to remembers: 

  1. Carefully choose the material. 

The first and most important thing to consider when choosing rolling papers for smoking cannabis herb is its material. In the long history of rolling papers, they have come from various materials. To narrow down your choice, you must know the different materials and how they can affect your smoking experience. 

  • Hemp paper – Less processed, more robust, doesn’t come from trees. 
  • Flax paper – Light-weight paper yet offers strength. 
  • Rice paper – Ash free, light, doesn’t affect the flavor but can tear easily. 
  • Plant cellulose paper – Transparent, expensive. 

If you’re looking for a paper that produces minimal ash, go for rice rolling papers. In case you want a sturdy rolling paper that is also easy to roll, flax or hemp rolling paper will be ideal for you. 

  1. Decide the size as per your consumption. 

Many cannabis enthusiasts believe in ‘go big or go home,’ but there is no single rule of the size that applies to all. You need to figure out your smoking style to help you decide the size of the rolling paper you can buy. With the right rolling paper, your joint can be as big or as small you want. The most common sizes available are: 

  • Single wide – 2.7 inches long and 1 ½ – 1 ¾ inch wide 
  • One ¼ wide – 3.07 inches long and one ¾ inch wide 
  • 1 ½ wide – 3.07 inches long and 2 – 3 inch wide 
  • Double wide – 3.07 inches long and 2 ½ – 3 ½ inch wide 
  • King size – 4.3 inches long and 1 ½ – 2 ¼ inch wide 

The wider the paper is, the more cannabis can fit into it. Even if you’re a newbie, a broader paper will give you room for error when tucking the paper. Longer rolling papers are ideal when you are using a filter to get the same space for the product.   

 

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  1. The weight of the paper is also crucial. 

When it comes to rolling paper, weight refers to the thickness of the paper. It may vary from manufacturers to manufacturers, but there are three ideal weights – Fine, Medium, and Standard. A thicker paper will be easier to roll but subject you to a paper flavored smoke. They won’t go out in between drags but may be prone to uneven burning. Similarly, a fine or thin paper can rip out, especially for those who are still learning how to roll. 

  1. Flavor can impact your experience. 

Rolling papers also come in a wide range of flavors, ranging from bubble gum to root beer and everything in between. Flavored papers may contain additional chemicals that can hamper the smoking experience or alter the flavor of the particular cannabis strain you are smoking. If you are going for flavored options, ensure the flavor compliments the strain’s aromatics or terpenes. 

  1. Don’t compromise on the quality. 

Lastly, you must focus on the quality of the rolling paper. While you are already choosing the plant matter of your choice, you wouldn’t want to inhale anything that doesn’t belong in your mouth, throat, or even lungs. A few manufacturers are compromising the quality of ingredients used in papers, which can hamper your health. Check whether the company tests its products and base your decision on the test results.    

 

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Final Thoughts 

A rolling paper is the one ingredient that can make as well break your smoking experience. You must consider the size, material, flavor, weight, and quality of the rolling paper before investing in it. Keep these tips in mind while buying, and you will be able to find the best paper to get you rolling. 

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