Nothing feels better than a quick joint after a day of hard work. Or just some puffs to lift your mood mid-day can change the whole vibe of the day.
One of the great things about the cannabis space right now is that you can get pre-rolled joints at your convenience. You can choose whatever size, strain, or even paper and enjoy the old ritual without worrying about your spliffgami skills.
However, one of the newest trends for joints and blunts is infusing them with distillate. This makes the joints hit stronger, as THC distillate is much more potent than dried herb, depending on the quality.
If you love pre-rolls and want to know how to jumpstart your new infusing ritual, we’ve prepared a quick guide to help you create infused pre-rolls without rolling your joints. So if you feel curious about this new trend, you can keep reading about it below.
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Before we dive into how to infuse your pre-rolls, let’s look at what they are.
Pre Rolls are joints someone else makes for you. There are plenty of different joints, from classic ones with regular strains to more premium ones that even have kief or distillates inside.
You can also find Pre Rolls with different strains, filters, and paper types. Then, depending on what you want your joints to have, you can find the most premium version of these blunts with Cannagars, the mix between a cannabis joint and a cigar.
You’ll find Pre Rolls are as different as there are brands. Big ones, usually called “King Size,” with up to 1/3th of oz. of weed, to smaller 1g and 1/2g of packed weed in each blunt. Depending on what you look for, they vary between the 5-10 bucks to the 30s or more.
Before you learn how to infuse your pre-rolls, there are a few things you need to know.
First, how big are your joints? We recommend the standard 1g size of pre roll before putting some of your favorite distillate on top of it, as it can be hard for smaller joints to hold their shape with oil on top.
We also recommend getting distillate in syringe form, as it’s easier to apply and use than shatter or wax. If you wish to use Kief or shatter as well, we do recommend rolling your joints and adding them inside.
And last but not least, sometimes less is more. Don’t lay too much distillate on top of your joint, as the unburned parts of your joint will go to waste. Start in little quantities until you get the hang of how much you need per your preferred joint.
Now that you’ve read these recommendations, let’s go deep into how to make your own infused pre rolls.
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Infusing your pre-rolls might seem a little scary at first, but it can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to.
You can start this by choosing the potency combination that you want best. You can choose from different distillates, from crumble, wax, or even some of your favorite distillates. Then, you’d go on rolling your joint.
We recommend using a syringe and slowly squeezing your oil on the upper half of your jay. You can make any design, so don’t worry about making it fancy, just be sure that it keeps on the top part so you don’t have any waste.
We have tips on infusing your preroll: warming your oil or distillate with some natural sunlight. We also would recommend packing your prerolls and lean towards a packed blunt rather than a loose one. This helps the oil to stay in place and a better smoking experience.
If you don’t feel like rolling or don’t know how to start, you can also try out the Classic Infused Pre Rolls from Eureka Vapor. These are the top-shelf choice of pre-rolls, as they are not only super potent with over 30-45% total cannabinoids, they are truly an artisan handmade piece of high quality.
You can find these in 1 gram and half a gram, depending on if you feel like sharing or enjoying a small one. You’ll find these in classic strains with indica, Sativa, and hybrid, although they also carry a line with their best strains that are also infused.
These Eureka Pre Rolls are for sure a delight, making it easy to enjoy infused jays without the rolling and having to dose the right amount of oil on top of your jay. You can check these premium infused jays, here.
We hope you enjoyed our quick little guide to turning any of your favorite pre rolls into an infused blunt.
We also recommended some of our favorite premade infused pre rolls in case you want to try it out before giving it a go yourself or just don’t feel like dealing with distillate syringes.