How to make a joint perfectly

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Bong, pipe, vaporizer, oils, extracts, edibles and so on. There are several ways to consume Cannabis, but one thing is a fact: smoking a joint is still the preferred way of most stoners. This does not mean, however, that every enthusiast knows how to make a joint perfectly.

It is common to see old fumetas that, even with accumulated years of experience, still make the famous pasteis, those coarse and poorly assembled. Knowing how to make a joint like that for anyone to defect requires skill and willingness. So in this tutorial we give you some tips on how to make a joint response.

Characteristics of a joint that was perfectly designed

Each one has its own taste, but a joint made in the right way has its characteristics. First, it will burn evenly and without facing obstacles like branches or seeds. To do this, it must also be tight and balanced to prevent it burning more paper than marijuana or burning too fast. A good joint must also have a cigarette holder for damage reduction as well as for the hygienic issue, especially when the beque is divided, in addition to the cigarette holders let it flow better.

Steps on how to make a joint

  1. The first thing is to choose your silk. Silks are generally divided into sizes: single wide, king size, 1 and 1/4, 1 and 1/2. The paper ones are further divided into white and brown paper (brown / unbleached, those without chlorine), and vary according to the texture and type of material (rice or hemp paper are the most common). There are also cellulose silks (those “plastic”, transparent) and blunts, similar to cigar papers, made with tobacco leaf and flavored.
  2. The most common silk sizes are single and king size. And the size, of course, has everything to do with the second step: measure the amount of grass that fits on the paper or how many grams of weed. There is no point in pushing the bar: if there is too much brenfa for too little paper, it will not work. Mending one silk on another may work, but it is a technique that requires mastery.
  3. Then it is time to speak. This is a moment that can define the quality of your beque: after all, badly crushed brenfa is halfway to the pastel. If you are going to smoke flowers, have a scissor handy; if it is pressed, prefer the shredder. Remove branches that can tear the silk and, in the case of the pressed, also remove the seeds.
  4. Place the cigarette holder. Before making, make a paper holder, preferably large, and place it at the beginning of the silk. If using a glass one, do it in the same scheme. There are people who leave to put the cigarette holder later: it may even work, but it is more work and the risk of making mistakes is greater. Remember: it is the cigarette holder who will avoid leaving your finger yellow and allow you to smoke the joint until the end, in addition to leaving the beak much more hygienic to share.
  5. Laying the herb on silk. Once the cigarette holder is placed, arrange the herb evenly over the entire length of the silk, unless you are going to make a more elaborate cone or beque. Remember to leave enough air to allow combustion. Even more in the case of flowers, if you squeeze too much, the joint will not carburize. But be careful, too, not to leave too much air and the joint ends up pastry!
  6. The time has come to close the silk. Hold the ends of the silk with both hands, using your thumb and ring finger for support. The indicator is free to roll the paper. This is the fateful moment when you squeeze the joint, in precise and careful movements. There are people who prefer to use a card to assist the process or even a knife. The important thing is to be able to close the beque leaving it firm. Ah, don’t forget to avoid the wind at this time!
  7. Passing the gum. The beque is almost ready, in front of you, you just need to close it. This is where you will pass the gum: a thin layer of saliva, over the edge of the silk that has glue. It is the most complicated moment for beginners: if you “drool” too much, it tears the silk and spoils the whole process. Just a little gummy, cautiously. Connect.
  8. Don’t forget to pillar. There are people who ball so well that they don’t even need a pillar, but it’s rare. The ideal is after the joint is hefty (and dry), you can further accommodate the herb inside the silk, using a pestle. It could be a matchstick or something of the same thickness, even a key. But be careful: tearing the silk in the final stretch will be traumatic.
  9. Closing the beque. In this moment, also known as final art, you slightly twist the tip of the paper that remains on the end that will be lit. This spin is essential to close the joint and prevent the herb from leaving, especially if you are going to transport it before smoking.
  10. Fire at the bomb. Well, your beque is ready, right? So, now it’s time to light up and have fun. Carefully, to burn the closed end of your joint properly. And always pay attention to the embers, especially if you are smoking hashish! Clothes with sensitive materials, such as silk and tactel, are conducive to gain striking holes.

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