Rolling has become a skill that many people need to master. Whether you smoke rolled cigarettes, fat joints, skinny spliffs, or the occasionally infused cone, you might want to upskill your abilities.
Most people roll the normal way. This means rolling with the sticky side of the gumline towards you. This results in great-looking joints once you’ve mastered the skill, but there is some overlap and leftover paper that will add a certain flavor and can even end up ruining your experience if your joint canoes.
To completely eliminate excess paper, you can trim to the required size, leaving a hell of a lot of room for error. You can also choose to learn how to backroll, which is why you’re still reading this piece.
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Backrolling is a technique used to ensure an even burn and great flavor when smoking a joint. Rolling paper comes in a variety of sizes, and backrolling guarantees you use the necessary amount of paper, without any leftover paper left inside your doobie.
The backrolling technique involves rolling the joint as usual, but using the paper in such a manner that the gumline is left inside, not outside. This helps to spread the heat evenly throughout the joint and ensures an even burn that will make cannabis last longer and taste even better!
Backrolling is the final level of the stoner’s skillset. Once you’ve mastered this there isn’t much left to learn, except for one handed rolling, perhaps.
The main benefit of backrolling is that it helps you get the most out of your smoking session. Backrolling is an essential skill to learn if you want to become a pro roller, it takes your joints to a whole other level.
A backrolled joint is the definition of the perfect joint. It helps to keep your joint burning slowly, which can save you money in the long run, but most importantly it makes the weed taste as good as it can get. The fact that your joint will have less paper to burn through makes it a healthier option too.
Backrolling is a great way to elevate your smoking experience. You can get the most out of your smoking session, ensuring an even burn and great flavor. Once you begin backrolling it’d be pretty tough rolling a normal joint ever again.
Are you ready to give backrolling a try? It’s a challenging task that will take some time getting accustomed to, but it definitely pays off.
Grind your flower to a powdery and delicate consistency.
Prepare your filter and paper. You will want to leave the gum line at the bottom and facing down!
Place your filter near the border, leaving some room to push it in later.
Place enough ground weed on the paper and roll as you’re used to, packing your weed nice and slow.
Once you’ve packed your weed, you want to lick the gumline and roll the joint, you’ll notice left over paper you can then cut or set ablaze.
Enjoy your perfectly rolled and evenly lit joint!
We hope you’ve enjoyed this guide to backrolling! Now that you know how to do it, you’ll be able to get the most out of your smoking sessions.
Remember to practice your rolling skills and you’ll be an expert in no time. Be patient and practice daily! We’ve put together a list of tips that’ll help you understand how to backroll faster.
Make sure to use high-quality rolling papers. The better the quality of the paper, the better your joint.
Start by rolling your joint on a flat surface. You can then move on to rolling in your hands.
Take your time when rolling. This will help to ensure that your joint is rolled properly and that it burns evenly.