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How to Roll a Blunt: The Ultimate Guide 

If you’ve mastered rolling joints by hand, you may be looking to up your game to blunts. Blunt wrapping papers are notoriously trickier than rolling papers, and there's nothing like making a quality blunt to give you a sense of accomplishment. Regrettably, not all blunt wraps are equal, and rolling a blunt is more complex than it appears.

It will take time and, most importantly, a lot of practice to become an expert blunt roller. Without further ado, let's learn how to roll a blunt!

What is a Blunt? 

There are numerous ways to smoke your stash, but nothing beats something hand-rolled. The most common ways include:

Blunt

A blunt is a cigar that's had its loose-leaf tobacco removed and replaced with cannabis. While not as well-known as the regular joint, the blunt's cultural significance cannot be overstated. Many people like the extra high that cannabis and its tobacco wrap provide, while others enjoy the diversity of flavors available in many cigarillos and blunt wraps.

Joint

The most well-known technique of cannabis consumption is the joint. In a similar vein to how a blunt is a “marijuana cigar,” a joint is a “marijuana cigarette.” Joints are generally easier to roll than blunts. 

Spliff

A spliff is almost identical to a joint, but it includes a mixture of tobacco and cannabis. Spliffs will generally have more tobacco in them than a blunt, so sparking up one will typically make you feel more buzzed.

Blunts vs. Joints 

Blunts are a divisive topic in the cannabis community. Some people enjoy blunts so much that they don't smoke anything else, while others are put off by the strong odors and flavors connected to the tobacco leaf wrap. It takes effort to learn how to roll a flawless blunt, so don't give up if you don't succeed the first (or second or third) time. Here are a few reasons why people love blunts: 

  • Increased effects: Tobacco enhances the buzz and vigor of your high.

  • Flavor and fragrance: Many enjoy the aroma of a smoking blunt, especially if it's wrapped in a high-quality cigar or flavored blunt wrap.

  • Portability: A blunt may be taken anyplace, just like a joint.

  • Long-lasting: Blunts burn slower than joints, which means they last much longer in your smoking circle.

Rolling a Blunt: Materials and Preparation 

Before you begin any “how to roll blunt” guide, you first need to know what to bring to the table. Gather all of your materials so that you can concentrate once you begin. 

Cigars or Blunt Wraps 

Any cigar or cigarillo will suffice, although one that is too dry will break more easily and be more difficult to roll. You can typically get blunt wraps, which are essentially one large rolling paper composed of tobacco, at any convenience store. If you're just learning how to roll a blunt, it pays to have extra wraps on hand.

Note: Swisher Sweets, sometimes shortened as 'Swishers', is a well-known and readily accessible cigar for rolling blunts. The steps for how to roll a swisher are the same as a blunt.

Flower 

Blunts are larger than standard joints, so you'll need more cannabis. For one blunt, 1-2 grams should be plenty, but if you're smoking a large cigar, you could need more. Take into account the number of smokers that will be in your circle.

Grinder

Don’t waste time prying your buds apart. Make your life easier by snagging a grinder.

Knife

When it comes to how to split a blunt wrap, you’ll need a small knife. This is an essential tool used to split the cigar.

Rolling tray 

You don't want any of your weed to get lost in the carpet or scattered on the table, so do yourself a favor and pick up a rolling tray.

How to Roll a Blunt: Step-by-Step Guide 

Rolling a blunt is easy; all you have to do is practice. To ensure you get it right every time, follow this easy step-by-step guide on how to roll blunts:

1. Begin by splitting the cigar

First you must locate the cigar's "vein," which is where you will split it. This, like blunt rolling, is a talent that must be mastered. To make it easier to deal with, many individuals like to wet the cigar. With a tiny knife, always split longitudinally, from the butt (the end you smoke on) to the tip (the burning end). It's not the end of the world if you unintentionally poke a hole in the wrapper or it breaks throughout the procedure. The sticky adhesive from rolling sheets can be used to fix it. 

2. Remove the tobacco

Carefully remove the contents of the cigar once it has been split apart. With your thumb, simply push it out. You don't want to break the wrapper, so be careful.

3. Grind your flower

You've now drained the cigar and are left with an empty blunt wrapper. Don’t grind your buds too much, you want them to be tiny pellets of green rather than a powder. When rolling the perfect blunt, aim for a fluffy consistency. Small pieces of marijuana should still be present to allow for ventilation. 

4. Pack your flower

Pack the ground cannabis inside the blunt wrapper with care. Fill it up as much as you can; no one likes a thin blunt. Furthermore, blunts that are underloaded are structurally unstable. After lighting up, they tend to collapse, which is a waste of fine marijuana. Many seasoned blunt rollers add a bit extra thickness to the center of the blunt and gently push in on either end. When you're rolling, this helps the blunt level out, filling in the ends.

5. Smooth it out

Make sure the contents of the blunt are evenly distributed. Gently rub the blunt with your thumb and index finger up and down the length.

6. Roll The Blunt

Gently roll your blunt until you have a tube-like shape and the contents feel stable. Then use a lighter to gently heat the rolled blunt. Applying a little heat helps to keep the seal in place while also promoting a more long-lasting burn. Under the seam and around the edge of the blunt, run the lighter longitudinally. You don't want to fire the blunt just yet, so don't hold the lighter too close.

7. Add the finishing touch

Roll the rest of the wrapper over the wet area after licking the blunt wrapper's edge. Voila! Now sit back and admire the work of art you've just created. Even if it’s not perfect, take pride in your rolled blunt because rolling blunts is not easy. Now, set that thing on fire and enjoy the warm glow of achievement and a soothing buzz.

Alternative Methods to Rolling a Blunt 

There is more than one additional method when it comes to how to roll a blunt. If you want a quick alternative, you can choose one of the following methods.

How to Roll a Blunt with a Wrap

An alternative to splitting and gutting a cigar is to buy ready-made wraps, many of which can be purchased with flavors. You'll discover that rolling a blunt is straightforward with a wrap, regardless of your skill level. The back of most blunt wraps will include instructions. Blunt wraps typically hold approximately a gram of cannabis, although half will suffice.

To begin, remove one blunt from the package. As you can see, the stick has two sides on which you may lay your marijuana. Spread your marijuana equally on both sides for the best results (may we also suggest adding some kief). While working on one side, be careful to tuck the other. It's time to start rolling after you've placed all of your marijuana within the wrap. Begin by tucking one side in, then just roll from there.

Before you finish, lick the remaining edges to ensure that everything stays together. Pull the stick out, cut off the side, fire it up, and enjoy. So, get some bud, roll a blunt, and start smoking!

How to Roll a Blunt with a Glass Filter

You might be asking why we use glass filter tips at all. Traditionalists will continue to use paper, but new smokers will like this. It allows you to smoke all of your herb without getting any in your mouth, no resin on your fingers or lips, and you can take them with you everywhere you go.

The first step is to split it open. Unwrap the leaf, then cut the cigar lengthwise using a knife in a straight line. Cutting the cigar vertically will open up the cigar and allow you to dispose of the tobacco. Avoid pulling the contents out, and instead, gently slip them out. Forcing it might result in the cigar being torn apart. If you don't have a knife, you can tear a straight line in the cigar with your fingers. Start at the top of the cigar, tear with your thumbs, and then work your way down to the bottom. 

Moisten the cigar to keep it open by filling it up and sealing it. Then slowly pour in your herb, being sure not to waste any. Distribute the marijuana evenly throughout the blunt. Begin shaping the blunt by folding it upward and wrapping it around the marijuana. Keep the blunt tight while tucking the edge over the marijuana. Start by licking the blunt's edge and pressing down to secure it. Except at the very end, make sure everything is secure.

Take your glass filter and slip it into the blunt's open end, moistening and sealing it as well. Re-roll the outer leaf you removed previously onto the blunt after moistening it. After that, let it dry and enjoy!

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