My favorite way to enjoy weed is traditional: smoking joints.
It’s simple, communal, and usually, someone else has already rolled it. Whether it be a preroll or rolled by hand, joints have always been my preferred method of consumption (i.e., my jam)
While rolling a joint isn’t exactly rocket science, it can prove to be tricky for some — impossible for others. If you have big, clumsy fingers, or just don’t know how, rolling joints can be a big source of anxiety. No one likes the person who never rolls, but no one likes joints that come out loose, burn too fast, or look ugly, either. Rolling a bad joint is embarrassing.
Before you swear off weed/socializing, take a look at our Five-Step Cannon Method to rolling (aka packing) a joint. While this method requires more tools (see below) and steps than other methods, it’s a relatively simple and manageable approach to producing a good-looking, long-lasting joint.
- Rolling Paper
- Filter Paper
- Piece of Notebook Paper
- ½ to 1 gram of Weed
- Chopstick (optional)
Step 1: Grinding
First things first: we need to break up that bud. You can break down your weed any number of ways, but using a…