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What to do if you don't know how to roll a J.

I work as a budtender and by far the most popular consumption method is pre-rolls.  We are a culture who loves our conveniences.  I often buy pre-rolls as I like variety.  Let's be real,  I have bought a lot of crappy legal flower and pre-rolls allow me to sample before purchasing a larger quantity.   

If you want to save yourself some $, roll your own joints.  I hear you, as I don't know how to roll a joint either.  Don't you worry about a thing, cause we are blessed to have an array of accessories that make it possible for those of us who don't roll to still enjoy our plant medicine. 

4 Alternatives to Rolling a J 

1) Pre-Rolled Cones

You can't get any easier than these.  Simply grind your flower, and then use a chopstick, or poker stick and stuff the cone until full and twist off the top. 

2)  Blunt Hitter
Simply pack your ground flower into the end of the hitter, light, and puff.  It's as simple as that.  However, go with another option if you want more than a few hits.  

3)  Pipes
Simply pack the bowl with your ground flower, light, and puff.  Another simple, portable option that doesn't require rolling.  However, go with another option if you want more than a few hits.  

4)  Pax Mini & Pax Plus
The price point is steep.  However, it is worth every penny.  The Pax Plus allows you to consume flower and concentrate.  Whereas the Pax Mini is just for flower.  It's one of the cleanest ways to consume flower.  You can set to different temperatures, allowing you to tailor your high, by highlighting specific terpenes and cannabinoids.   

If you have other convenient methods, please share in the comments below. 👇🏽

This article is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.

People with a personal or family history of psychosis, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder should avoid cannabis use.  

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