How to Roll With a Blunt Wrap

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How to Roll With a Blunt Wrap

Post by Weedguru Higher » Tue Mar 23, 2010 2:08 am

How to Roll With a Blunt Wrap

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The advantage of using individual blunt wraps is that you don’t have
to remove or waste any of the content – you only get what you need for
rolling. Individual blunt wraps look much like large rolling papers. They come
in all sorts of flavours. Some recommended ranges are EZ Roll Tubes and Platinum
Blunts.

You will need:

* Individual Blunt Wrap
* Herb
* Grinder or scissors


Step-by-Step:
Take a blunt wrap of your favourite flavour. Uncurl your blunt wrap then fold it in the same way as you might fold a rolling paper before you load it.

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Make sure your mixture is well-ground. You can use a grinder for this or a pair of scissors. This will prevent any small sticks or lumps from tearing your blunt wrap.

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Spread your herb (make sure it is well-ground first) into your blunt wrap. Use plenty so that your blunt will stay firm.

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You can also add a large roach if you like to avoid wasting any herb. Some strong card rolled into a tight spiral would be ideal.

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Roll up your blunt wrap, remembering to keep the mouth end big enough for an easy toke.

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When there is about half an inch left to roll, lick all the way down it and seal it up.

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Use a lighter to dry your blunt by running it up and down for a few seconds. Alternatively, put it in the microwave for a few seconds. Doing this will make your blunt sturdier and easier to smoke.

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Spark up, sit back and enjoy the ride.

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***Tip: Try using honey instead of saliva to seal your blunt wrap. This will add a smooth sweet taste to your smoke.***

Thanks to the weird dude in pink lol

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