Rolling papers are used to roll cannabis cigarettes, also known as ‘joints’. Learn How to Roll a Joint

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing your rolling papers.

  • Since the rolling paper will burn as the cannabis burns you will also be inhaling smoke from the paper. So it is important that the paper (and the glue that holds the joint together) is non-toxic.

  • Thinner paper is better because there is less of it to burn, however super thin rolling paper makes it more difficult for beginners to roll a joint without ripping the paper.

  • Stay away from bleached, coloured and scented rolling papers. The dyes and chemicals used are just another ingredient that you will be breathing in … increasing your risk of adverse reactions and lung irritation.

  • The best rolling papers are made from hemp, flax or rice straw.

  • Size matters! There are various sizes of rolling papers to choose from. Just remember that the bigger the rolling paper the more ground cannabis you will require.

  • For best results be sure that all the small stems are removed and your cannabis is evenly ground up, but not powdered. How To Grind Cannabis

Learn more

We’ve scoured the web looking for the best rolling paper information to help you choose the rolling paper that meets your needs.


Rolling Papers: The Ultimate Guide

Honest Marijuana

Amongst other great information, this article contains a useful guide to rolling paper sizes. https://honestmarijuana.com/rolling-papers/?age-verified=77a6c63c1a


By Chmee2 - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14725870

By Chmee2 - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14725870

Rolling Paper

Wikipedia

This wikipedia entry is focused on rolling papers for cigarettes, however the information is relevant for rolling cannabis joints.


Vaping vs Smoking

Sneaky Pete Vaporizers | 7 min 25 sec

We’d prefer that you vaporize vs smoke, and this video does a great job of explaining the difference.