Love the pre-rolls

Too much moisture can result in mold and bacteria growing within a sealed package.

While I’ve consistently been a fan of smoking traditional cannabis flower, I’m no expert at rolling a joint. I either pack too much or too little bud, roll the joint too small or too loose and usually end up with a relaxing deal of mess and waste, however just attempting to create a joint requires a number of accessories, including the loose flower, rolling papers, a grinder, a tray, filters and more. Because of this, I now buy pre-rolls from the dispensary. There is a wide variety of pre-rolls on the market, and they tend to be quite cheap. They are sold in singles and packs, with low or high levels of THC and CBD, and make it easy and economical to experiment with peculiar strains. A joint provides a fast-acting and yummy delivery plan and ready-made pre-rolls are super convenient. I’ve realized that while most pre-rolls look about the same, there are differences in strains, moisture content, size, shape and packaging. Some pre-rolls are made from shake or trim, which is the leftover from trimming dried flowers and not the best bud. I enjoy those that offer ground-up whole buds for better potency and flavor. A wonderful quality pre-roll is packed tight and burns evenly. Moisture content is also a concern. If the bud is too dry, the smoke is tepid and serious. Too much moisture can result in mold and bacteria growing within a sealed package. My local dispensary is mindful about the brands they sell. All the products have gone through next-celebration testing, avoid harmful pesticides and are clearly labeled. I’ve figured out the manufacturers, strains and terpenes I love best.



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