I can get top-shelf weed in a lovely variety of strains and potency.
I’ve recently become a fan of pre-rolls. I used to strictly purchase dried cannabis flower and roll my own joints. I invested into the papers, grinder, rolling tray and all of the necessities, then since there are hundreds of types of rolling papers available in different sizes, materials, and flavors, I was never quite sure what to buy. I properly stuck with the typical 1 ¼ “ papers because they are easy to roll and can fit a filter. I then had to figure out if I wanted hemp, rice, bamboo or flax papers. I tried to stay away from papers that use bleach or additives such as charcoal, then once I had assembled all of my supplies and shopped for dried flower at the dispensary, I then needed to grind the bud into a finer and more consistent texture. I’d locale the filter at 1 end of the rolling paper and fill the paper with the ground bud. I used around a half to a full gram and then attempted to form the shape of the joint with my fingersâ€¦ Rolling it back and forth is supposed to pack the cannabis into its final cone shape. I usually made a mess. I either rolled the joint too loosely or too tightly. I typically had trouble tucking the unglued side of the paper into the roll, but licking the edge is supposed to keep it tacked down. I never was rewarded with an even burn. Either the joint would burn up too fast or refuse to stay lit. I’ve finally given up. I am not proficient at rolling joints. The whole process is frustrating. It’s much easier to simply purchase pre-rolls. The dispensary sells top-shelf pre-rolls from some of the top producers. I can get top-shelf weed in a lovely variety of strains and potency. They are sold in singles at a honestly affordable price, which allows myself and others to try current options. I can also buy my number ones in packs. Pre-rolls are often included in the dispensary’s sales and yearly specials.