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how to use blunt wraps

How to use blunt wraps

Take your lighter, and quickly run the flame back and forth across the blunt, slowly rotating the blunt to heat every side evenly.

In fact, I prefer to break up my weed by hand, at least when I’m rolling a blunt.
The pieces of weed in this image are about the size of grains of quinoa, maybe a tad bigger.

Ah yes, it’s time for the tuck.
Sure, you won’t be Smokephisticated if you use a knife, but it’ll get the job done.
It’s pretty easy from here:
I couldn’t believe it – that high bastard split the blunt perfectly and it took 2 seconds.
Unless you bought yourself a cigar wrap without any tobacco in it, you’re going to have to gut your blunt.

Blunt splitters are dank.

In this tutorial you’re going to learn exactly how to roll a blunt. We’re going to teach you how to become a blunt rolling master!

How to use blunt wraps

Interestingly, the reasons some people love blunts are also the reasons other people hate blunts. Specifically, people who hate blunts tend to be turned off by:

Hold the edge of the wrap that is now on top of the other edge and use your tongue to dampen it. Lick the inside of the wrap and, when it’s moist, press it down on top of the other edge of the wrap. The moisture should make the tobacco stick to itself, thereby sealing the blunt shut. Be sure that the seam you just made is sealed along the entire length of the blunt.
Seal Your Blunt. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)

The other type of blunt wrap is a tobacco leaf paper that comes as-is and is not a pre-filled cigar or cigarillo. Zig Zag Blunt Wraps are probably the most common wrap in this category.

  • Swisher Sweets
  • Dutch Masters
  • Backwoods
  • White Owl
  • Phillies

It’s a good idea to get the wrap slightly moist, as this makes the tobacco leaf more pliable and easier to work with. You can use either water or saliva for this. Some folks lick the blunt wrap while others use a paintbrush moistened with water. Whatever you do, don’t get it sopping wet — you don’t want the entire thing to disintegrate. Just moisten the wrap enough to make it easier to handle.
The defining feature of a blunt is that it is wrapped in a tobacco leaf paper. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
Seal Your Blunt. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)

  • Taste and Smell – Many blunt fans enjoy the added tastes and smells that come from the tobacco leaf wrap. Aficionados often like mixing and matching wraps with different strains. Some blunt smokers also like experimenting with flavored blunt wrappers, introducing even more complexity to the taste and scent profiles of their smoking experience.
  • Slow Burn – Blunts tend to burn a bit longer than standard joints, giving smokers an experience more akin to slowly puffing on a cigar or cigarillo.
  • Versatility – Compared to other, less mobile smoking methods, such as a bong or dabbing, blunts are incredibly versatile. You can easily and quickly roll one up anytime and anywhere, and they’re equally effective for solo and social smoking.
  • Effects – The tobacco leaf wrap introduces a new and often heightened sensation of feeling high. In fact, it’s fairly common for first-time blunt smokers to feel a bit overwhelmed by the combined tobacco-plus-cannabis buzz. But this is precisely the effect that many blunt fans want.

How to Roll a Blunt What is a Blunt? A blunt is similar to a joint , in that it is essentially a marijuana cigarette. But unlike joints, the defining feature of a blunt is that it is wrapped