Use a grinderFirst things first: Grinding the weed before rolling is a must; a loose grind and larger pieces of cannabis burn more quickly and more unevenly. To get an even burn, break the cannabis into even pieces. And the best way to do that is to use a grinder, although there are a few other options that don’t require using a grinder.
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Rolling papers are usually made from wood pulp, hemp or rice. While wood pulp papers are the most common in dispensaries, they, unfortunately, also burn more quickly and are usually bleached, which, again, alters their burn rate. That said, they are a good option for beginners.
Inside-out for an even burn
Keep in mind that parts with overlapping paper burn more slowly than the rest of the joint. Try rolling inside-out joints to minimize paper overlapping and get that more even burn.
Transform into a twax joint
Twaxing is a term coined to describe the process of adding weed concentrates to the outside of the joint. Adding some hash either on the rolling paper or in the mix will slow burning speed and provide a stronger high. Remember, however, that twaxed joints are far more potent. Concentrates contain higher levels of cannabinoids and should be used only by experienced users who’ve developed a bit of a tolerance to THC.
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