Learning how to roll a joint may seem daunting, especially if you’ve seen your friends doing it like pros when you don’t even know how to get started. Or perhaps you already have tried rolling one, but the bits of the flower kept winding up in your mouth while inhaling. But we have all been there at one point, and although it might look challenging, rolling a joint is easier than you might think, and here’s everything you need to know to roll your first one.

What is a Joint?

A joint is a traditional cannabis cigarette rolled up in translucent white or brown paper. Smoking joints is amongst the most common methods of cannabis consumption.

Materials needed to roll a joint:

  • ½ gram of flower of your preference
  • Cannabis grinder
  • Crutch (which you can make at home from stiff paper)
  • Standard Rolling papers

1. Grind The Flower

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To begin rolling your first cannabis joint, grind your flower into a shake – cannabis flower broken down into tiny buds. Although it’s easy to do this using your bare hands, especially if the flower is dried fell, things can get quite messy and sticky, so it’s way more convenient to invest in a grinder. Once you have one ready, insert the flower buds and break them down into smaller parts.

2. Create the Crutch/Filter for the joint

 

 

 

 

 

A crutch is a filter or a tip of the joint and is one of the crucial aspects of a well-rolled joint because it’s what blocks bits of flower from getting in your mouth and prevents your lips from burning as you take the last puffs down to the roach.

Stiff paper is the best material for a crutch, and it can be a business card in your wallet (which you no longer need) or cardboard.

Some joint papers already include crutch material in their packaging, so you won’t have to spend time finding stiff paper for your joint such as RAW rolling papers that include the pre-installed tips. Of course, you can also get a reusable glass tip or disposable tips and skip this step of making one yourself. If you don’t have a reusable tip, here’s how to make one at home:

Fold the cardboard back and forth four about four or five times on top of itself – accordion-style, then roll up the excess paper around it into a small cylinder to the desired thickness of the joint.

3. Fill the Rolling Paper with Flower

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rolling papers come in many different types and flavors so that you can choose from numerous online and in-store options. One of the best-loved types of paper amongst cannabis consumers is hemp paper, as it’s not too thick but is strong and doesn’t affect the flavor of a joint. Once you have the rolling paper of your choice, open it and fill it with the shake. A half gram is a typical portion for each joint evenly distribute the shake across the paper in a straight line,

4. Roll the Joint

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now that your shake is in its place, it’s time to roll by pinching the paper with your fingers until it’s in a cylinder shape. Seal it up by licking the exposed top of the paper like it was an envelope. Slip the dry side of the paper into the roll, roll it up, and use the moisturized edge to tack down one end of the paper, then work your way down the rest of the seam by tucking and sealing the joint to the end.

Hemp Flowers to Roll and Smoke

Now that you know how to roll a joint, you’ll need to know what to put in it. As the recreational use of marijuana remains federally illegal, the interest in hemp-derived products keeps rising. Hemp is the cousin plant to marijuana with low THC content – the psychoactive compound in marijuana; therefore, it doesn’t get users high.

The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp and its derivatives with up to 0.3% psychoactive THC federally legal for purchase and consumption. Therefore, many people opted for a legal alternative to marijuana and started consuming its famous CBD and Delta 8 THC.

Both compounds come from the hemp plant and are now increasingly popular on the market. They are available in many types of products, including smokables like flower, buds, and pre-rolls. Unlike THC, which is responsible for marijuana’s high, CBD is non-psychoactive and doesn’t produce mind-altering symptoms, so it’s safe to smoke with no undesired side effects and consequences like failed drug tests.

Delta 8 THC is a variant of THC, and compared to the famous Delta 9 THC, which is federally illegal, it is less psychoactive and delivers different outcomes than the latter. So, CBD and Delta 8 THC are now amongst the best-loved products amongst cannabis consumers. CBD and Delta 8 THC flowers are now widely available on the market, so you can conveniently buy them online and use the guide above to roll your hemp joint.

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CBD is more popular than ever. You may already have decided to add the natural cannabis compound to your routine. Although finding CBD is simple and doesn’t require more than a walk to the nearest grocery store, once you hit the crowded CBD store and see countless products available at any place you go, it gets tough to choose. Eventually, you start reading labels to find what makes one product better than another. Labels are essential for understanding what you’re buying but reading them can be tricky and leave you overwhelmed, especially at the beginning of your CBD journey.

Understanding CBD labels can help you make wise decisions and know what to expect from a product, whether you’re shopping online or in-store, so we’ll cover everything that will help you understand them.

CBD Label Requirements

Before we head to how to read each section of the CBD label, let’s look at what CBD should and shouldn’t include.

A CBD label should provide consumers with:

  • A brand name
  • Ingredient declaration – a list of ingredients in the bottle
  • Product identity – what does a product do? For example, does it aid in relaxation?
  • Net quantity of contents – the amount of the actual product contained within
  • FDA Disclaimer and warnings – Currently, there’s no FDA-approved CBD product except for Epidiolex. No other CBD products have FDA approval; therefore, a CBD FDA disclaimer should be on the label of every CBD product.
  • A name and address of the business – Information about manufacturer
  • Serving information
  • Batch #
  • Expiration Date

What CBD Labels Should not Include:

Although many might believe CBD has health benefits, the federal law does not recognize CBD as a dietary supplement or a substance to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any diseases.

For the rest of CBD products, the FDA will warn companies and take legal actions for those CBD products that make health claims about curing diseases like cancer, diabetes, or other medical conditions. When you see such claims on a CBD label, it usually means a brand is new and untrustworthy because the lifespan of brands breaking FDA laws isn’t very long. Plus, they are making unproven claims. They might also be making unproven claims about their ingredients too.

If a brand has information they shouldn’t have on the label or doesn’t have the required information, you’re right to be cautious. It could be an honest mistake, but it’s more than likely these are warning signs that a brand isn’t willing to play on the legal side of the line.

Reading a CBD label

CBD Dosage

One of the most crucial parts of the label is the CBD content per bottle and serving. It’s vital to understand how much of the compound you’ll consume per serving. The daily dose of CBD varies amongst consumers, and knowing the amount of CBD you are taking will help you find the proper dosage of CBD that works for your body and shop for solutions suitable for your daily needs.

CBD product labels provide CBD dosage per bottle and serve in milligrams (mg) – one-thousandth of a gram.

Serving Size/ Serving per Bottle/CBD Dosage Per Serving

Every CBD label should provide serving size and number of servings per bottle. For instance, serving size can be one softgel, while the number of servings can be 30, and CBD dosage per serving might be 15mg. When you have already determined your daily dose of CBD, the serving size and number of servings per bottle can help you identify if the product matches your needs. For example, if your daily dose is 50mg of CBD, and CBD per serving of a product is 15mg, then it’d take more than three softgels to reach the needed daily amount of CBD, and you’d empty the bottle in just ten days. More likely, you’d want to find a more potent product like one with 25mg or 50mg per serving.

Source of CBD

CBD is federally legal, but only when it derives from hemp. When derived from marijuana, it’s legal only in states where recreational use of marijuana is legal. CBD from marijuana will have a high THC content and cause unwanted euphoric and mind-altering side effects. Besides, THC will cause failed drug tests.  Hemp-derived CBD comes from hemp plants with no more than 0.3% THC. CBD labels should provide the source of CBD and include terms such as “hemp-sourced, hemp-derived, or hemp CBD.”

CBD Extract Type

There are three primary types of CBD including:

CBD isolate – CBD powder with no other ingredients but CBD. It’s THC-free

Full-spectrum CBD – Contains all active ingredients in hemp, including THC in federally legal amounts, up to 0.3%. This type of CBD is famous due to a theory – the entourage effects claiming more than one cannabinoid in the human body can deliver better results than a single one.

Broad-Spectrum CBD also combines all active ingredients in hemp but is THC-free.

Additional Ingredients

Most CBD products combine numerous ingredients, some for flavor, texture, or colors. Knowing other elements besides CBD can help you choose the right product, especially if you have diet restrictions, sensitivity, or allergies. Many CBD products are vegan, but some might contain animal products like gelatin, so it’s essential to see what’s in the product. Usually, if a product is vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, keto, etc., the label will have these essential statements separately from the ingredients section.

Manufacturing date

Like any other perishable product, CBD also degrades over time and has a particular shelf life depending on the product type, so it’s crucial to know how old a product is to see if it’s safe to use. That’s why every CBD label should include a manufacturing date.

Have You Read the Label and Decided to Purchase a Product? Hold on Before you Jump to Conclusions.

Although labels are indeed crucial for understanding the quality of CBD, they’re not always accurate. There’s a 70% chance that what you just read on a label is not valid. So, although it’s vital to learn how to read a label, it’s equally important to know how to know if claims on the labels are correct or not.

To do this, look at the company’s name on the bottle and research. The FDA has already warned many brands for making unproven and misleading claims about their products’ ingredients.

Additionally, you should visit their website – which any CBD brand should have, and look for the third-party lab test results that are so far the only way to determine if a product is safe and effective. It’s how companies can prove the quality of their CBD.

Each CBD label has a batch number that will help you find test results associated with that batch. Here you will see the amount of CBD and ensure it contains the indicated amount and other cannabinoids like THC to ensure it’s not higher than the federally legal amount. Third-party lab tests also determine the presence of harmful ingredients like heavy metals, pesticides, or residual solvents.

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If you’re here for a weed salad recipe for your dinner, we might disappoint you. The weed salad we’ll discuss in this article isn’t edible but a combination of different cannabis strains to smoke for better outcomes. However, even if you came here for the ideas for your evening meal, it might be worth staying as here you will discover some of the common techniques for mixing and smoking two or more strains of cannabis for enhanced effects.

One strain of cannabis is good, but two or more are a whole lot better. So perhaps it’s worth exploring ways to maximize your evening besides enjoying a healthy meal. And if you’re here for pairing your favorite strains in the same bowl because you are tired of smoking the same strains on their own, here’s everything you need to know.

Is it Good to Mix Different Strains?

In short, yes. It’s perfectly fine to blend multiple strains of cannabis in a single smoke, and it may bring better outcomes too. Different strains complement one another in terms of their effects, flavors, aromas and deliver better experiences, but only when paired accordingly. Not all strains make a good match, so it’s essential to know how to choose and combine strains that go well together.

How to Pair Strains According to Flavor

There are countless varieties of weed called strains, each offering its unique flavor and aroma. Like in the kitchen and food recipes, making a well-balanced weed salad requires mixing flavors accordingly for a pleasing taste. Some strains are fruity, some are savory or sweet, and some have earthy flavors, so not all make a perfect match for our taste buds. Although it’s all up to your preferences, there’re some common combinations you can try for your weed salad that are thought to work better in terms of taste.

Fruity Weed Salad

Fruity weed salad is perfect for those looking for a delicious fruitful experience.

Pineapple Chunk + Pineapple Express – Both strains have pineapple overtones and fruitful taste. Neither strain is sweet. Pineapple chunk is savory, while pineapple express is more citrusy and earthy. They make a great combo because of the effects they deliver too. Pineapple chunk is an Indica dominant strain and produces relaxing effects. Pineapple express is a Sativa Dominant strain that makes you uplifted, so this pineapple couple will complement each other and drive balanced results.

Hawaiian Haze + Strawberry Punch – Those two make a good combination for those who love a tropical flavor mixed with the smooth sweet taste of a strawberry.

Hawaiian haze has a fruitful tropical taste, while strawberry punch offers a delicious strawberry flavor. Both strains are Sativa-dominant, meaning they may drive enhanced and more robust uplifting effects when combined.

Complementary Flavors

Spicy Disco + Bubba Kush

As the name suggests, spicy disco offers a tangy taste, not everyone might like, so combining it with bubba kush with subtle tones of chocolate and coffee may provide a better experience for your taste buds. In addition, both strains are Indica dominant, so they provide relaxing effects.

Wedding Cake + Purple Punch

A wedding cake doesn’t taste anything like a cake, but it has a tangy sour flavor profile with undertones of earthy pepper. On the other hand, purple punch is deliciously sweet with berry, grape, and citrus flavors, so it will transform your wedding cake to more what its name suggests.

CBD and Delta 8 THC strains

CBD and Delta 8 THC are two primary and abundant cannabinoids in cannabis plants, and while some strains are rich in Delta 8 THC, others may have a high CBD profile and only trace amounts of Delta 8 THC. Combining CBD and Delta 8 THC strains is not only safe and ordinary but may bring better results due to the Entourage Effect – the theory claiming when more than one cannabinoid is consumed, they boost the effects of one another.

Hemp-derived Delta 8 THC is a variant of the THC most prevalent in marijuana with less psychoactive potency. Many consumers looking for reduced mind-altering symptoms have already opted for the new, now famous cannabinoid. Besides, marijuana is federally illegal, while hemp is federally legal per the 2018 Farm Bill. Therefore, in states where the local law doesn’t allow recreational use of marijuana, smoking Delta 8 THC and CBD strains is a legal alternative. Mixing CBD with Delta 8 THC is not uncommon, and many consumers have already included different cannabinoids in their weed salad recipes.

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Our Delta 8 THC and CBD flowers and pre-rolls come in varying strains, including Bubba Kush, Wedding Cake, OG Lime, Witches Brew, Super Lemon Haze, Lifter, Karolina Kush, Hawaiian Haze, Spectrum, Orange Glaze, and more! Our expansive inventory offers ingredients for any taste, so you won’t need too much time to find the best ingredients for your “weed salad.”

At the Hemp Doctor, we make third-party lab reports available for all products, including our smokables. Third-party lab test results prove our products’ purity and potency, so you can use them without worrying about unwanted ingredients or side effects. Those lab results are available on our website for your convenience.

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Spending time in your friends’ company and getting high can already be a merry experience. However, when watching Netflix and munching on snacks are outworn methods of entertainment, you may begin to search for ways of maximizing the fun times with your friends. Games are indeed enjoyable and allow creativity while high. Below are the best party games you can play while high for amusement.

Never Have I Ever

Although famous as a drinking game, it is a great game to play while high too. All it requires is to form a circle and take turns in making statements about the things you have never done, starting with the words “never have I ever…” Such can be, “never have I ever kissed a girl” Everyone who has kissed a girl will have to put one of their fingers down. Then, if no other person puts down a finger, you have to smoke a joint and offer a different statement.

There are different variations of the game, and some require a person who is the only one to admit to having done the activity to explain more about it. Never have I ever is a fun game to play and an excellent way to learn more about your friends.

Charades

Although a classic game, Charades can be a lot of fun to play while high. The game requires no supplies – only the creativity, which hopefully will spark while you’re high.

You’ll need to imagine a person, place, thing, or activity to act out and play the game. For example, you can choose a famous person like Charlie Chaplin and imitate his characters, choose a place like a zoo and mimic animals there, or choose an activity like stealing an umbrella. Usually, charades are played in teams, so you use gestures to explain a thing, person, or even title of a film, song, TV show, book, etc. Your team has to guess it as soon as possible before the time runs out; otherwise, you will lose the point. This game of pantomimes while high can be an amusing way of spending time with your friends.

Bong Pong

Also known as weed pong, a variation of the famous beer pong, bong pong is another drinking game that successfully made its way to the list of stoner games.

The goal of bong pong is to try and throw a ping-pong ball into your rival’s cup, which in this case has water in it instead of beer. Then, when you make a shot, you can take a hit.

Alternatively, you can fill the cups with beer and, when you score, make the opponent drink the beer while you reward yourself with a puff.

Who am I?

Who Am I? is a fun guessing game to play when high. The idea of the game is to write a name of someone, an animal, or a thing. Then you exchange the notes in the group to stick to your forehead, but without peeping at the note.

The Who am I? game is played in groups with more than three people. Each one of you will ask yes or no questions to guess your identity in the game. Questions are based on the characteristics of a person or animal, for instance, “Am I alive?” “Am I a female?” “Can I sing?” ” Am I blonde?”

Medusa

Medusa is amongst the top and most popular stoner games that is simple to play. Group a circle with your friends, and sit ready with the joint. Put your heads down and look at the floor or your feet. On the count of three, everyone will have to look up and stare at one of the players.

If you stare at someone who ISN’T looking at you and has their look at someone else, you’re safe. But when you end up looking at someone who is also looking at you, you will have to shout “Medusa!” sooner than them and take a hit.

Straight-Faced Stoner

Keeping a straight face when high and all you want to do is laugh can be a challenge, and that’s exactly the premise of a straight-faced stoner. The first person to laugh, smile, or even awkwardly snort has to do some penalty, like taking a hit or whatever you decide before the game.

Agree on the penalty before you begin playing. Then get high and try not to smile; otherwise, you will have to perform the penalty you have set for the game.

Mario Kart

Stoned driving is neither cool nor legal unless it’s a Mario Kart – Nintendo’s go-kart racing video game. It’ll allow you to have fun and drift around colorful obstacles with your favorite Nintendo characters.

Mario Kart is a popular game to play when drinking, and usually, you’ll have to finish a beer before you complete the game. In the stoner version of the game, the joint replaces the beer that each person will have to finish before the game ends. Although it might seem a piece of cake, you can’t take a hit while your character onscreen is moving, so you will need to set up a plan. For example, will you finish the entire joint right before the race, will you take breaks while driving to take hits, or will you stop right before the end of the game to finish the joint?

Some like to take Mario Kart to another level by making it more challenging, such as stopping the race when you cough or taking a hit when you accidentally get off the track.

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What is Delta 8 THC?

If you haven’t tried Delta 8 THC yet, you may have quite a few questions about it. Maybe you’ve heard of THC but don’t know what Delta 8 is, or if it’s just a fancy name for something you already know. You could even be asking, what Is Delta 8 THC? The truth is that Delta 8 THC is a very unique type of THC. Read on to gain a better understanding of what this is and what it can do for you. This article is designed to arm you with the best information to help you decide if Delta 8 THC is right for you.

So what is Delta 8 THC compared to “regular” THC?

When people hear THC, they tend to think of marijuana. Generally, this makes sense because marijuana is known for producing a feeling of euphoria, and it is THC that is responsible for causing those effects. However, many people don’t realize that the THC ingredient that produces psychoactive effects in marijuana is only one of many types of THC, called analogs.

There are several types of THC analogs, and the mind-altering analog is called Delta 9. Delta 9 is most prevalent in plants in the cannabis family, as the plant yields high amounts of it naturally. This ingredient has the reputation of making people feel high. This is not the case for every THC analog, though. So, when you hear THC, it is probably Delta 9 THC that comes to mind – but it is Delta 8 that you really want to get to know. 

Another analog of THC, Delta 8, is less prevalent in cannabis plants, so it has not gotten the attention it deserves until recently. Delta 8 is found in less than 1% of the plant, and cannabis enthusiasts have been eager to find a way to acquire more Delta 8, so they can find out all of the benefits this analog is capable of. A few scientific advancements, combined with expert cultivators’ hard work and dedication, have resulted in a unique process allowing Delta 9 THC to be converted into the far less psychoactive Delta 8, making it possible to yield more Delta 8 from a healthy plant. So it can be used in several unique products that do not produce a psychoactive high.

Delta 8 and the Law

With so much to love and so many people advocating its natural properties, you may be wondering whether this amazing compound is legal.

We mentioned that both Delta 8 and Delta 9 are found in plants in the cannabis family. These plants include hemp and marijuana. Consumers sometimes confuse these plants, but they are quite different in their genetic makeup. The difference is important because it helps identify the legal status of these compounds. 

According to federal law (The Farm Bill of 2018), all hemp derivatives are legal in the U.S. as long as they contain no more than 0.3% Delta 9 THC. Because 0.3% is such a small amount, consumers do not experience psychoactive side effects from hemp-derived products.

This means, when derived from hemp, Delta 8 THC complies with federal law, making it legal for purchase and consumption across the country. While shopping, always seek well-known, trusted retailers who prove their product was derived from hemp for your peace of mind, so you can always know your product is safe to consume and completely legal. Instead of scouring the internet for a trusted brand, visit The Hemp Doctor

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At The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, you can find the highest quality hemp-derived Delta 8 THC – something many competitors can’t promise. So whether you’re asking yourself “what is Delta 8 THC?” or already an expert on it, we can help. As the elusive compound grows in popularity, the demand is rising, but many retailers have a hard time creating products. We work diligently to coordinate with expert cultivators to acquire the best quality hemp and hemp-derived products for your enjoyment and well-being, and that includes cutting-edge products featuring Delta 8.

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