To be able to enjoy the taste and buzz a blunt provides, you must be able to roll properly. Rolling one can be simple, it’s also just as easy to mess up. By informing yourself with these tips, you can perfect your blunt rolling skills in no time. Here are five useful tips to roll the perfect Swisher blunt, and check out the video below from Master Bong.
1. Choose a fresh Swisher blunt wrap
Without a good wrap, it’s impossible to roll a nice blunt. Therefore, it’s important that you find one that’s fresh. Not only do they roll more easily, but they also aren’t as harsh on the lungs.
A key thing to look for, in particular, is how the wrap feels. If it’s soft and squishy, you’re good. If it’s dry and crunchy, then it’s stale.
2. Don’t roll too tight/too loose
When you roll a blunt too tight, you make it difficult for any smoke to pass through. Not to mention, you have to pull super hard to get a hit if you even can at all.
When it’s too loose, it makes a mess. In addition to the possibility of weed spilling out, you also are stuck with getting bud in your mouth the entire session, which isn’t cool, man. Evenly spacing out your ganja will solve both problems.
3. Avoid unleashing your inner pyromaniac
Adding flame to your blunt not only reduces moisture and makes it harder to tear. However, adding too much fire is not necessary and will, in fact, burn it. All it takes is a few seconds of quickly running the flame up and down the wrap. Although you can let your blunt air dry, this method will speed up the process.
4. There is such a thing as too much weed
You can never smoke too much cannabis. However, adding too much of it to your blunt is a no-no. Not only does overpacking make it harder to roll, but it also increases the risk of your blunt tearing. Equally important, you should always break up/grind your bud before rolling. As can be seen above, just placing your nugs on the wrap will not work too well.
5. Lick using your lips, not your tongue
Instead of using your tongue to seal your blunt, use your lips instead. This way you can add just enough moisture to seal the edges of your blunt without overdoing it. Plus, too much spit on a blunt is never a good thing.
Check ou the video below for a tutorial from Master Bong.SHARE