Advantages of Raw Rolling Products 0Creating an enjoyable smoking session is a ritual-like experience. For many, it begins with making the right selection of rolling papers. Raw Natural Rolling Papers are a good choice for this reason, especially for the conscious smoker who wishes to smoke only the most natural materials.
Rolling Your Own with Filters and Tips 0
Whether you need a short break or want to stay true to your hipster persona, rolling your own cigarettes is one of the quickest forms of smoke consumption. There’s nothing to clean up afterward (besides an occasional ashtray) and it doesn’t take too long to set up either. What draws many people to water pipes is the smooth hits they offer, but smoking from a cigarette doesn’t have to be as harsh as what you may have experienced in the past. Sure, smoke is smoke, but don’t totally discount it before you try rolling with a filter first. If you have ever been intimidated by the thought of rolling your own cigarettes, check out our rolling tips and tricks below as we explain the benefits of rolling with filters and tips.
How to Roll a Cross Joint 0We've all seen the hit 2008 film, Pineapple Express. It starts out with Seth Rogan going to visit James Franco. Rogan is clearly trying to get out of this situation as quickly as possible, yet somehow gets stuck helping Franco light this crazy rolled creation. The cross joint. By the end of the movie, we have two best friends. So, with a little happy chance and contrivance, let's make some new friends!
How to Choose the Healthiest Rolling Papers 0
Choosing to smoke your carefully grown, organic, one-of-a-kind product in just any old paper is like deep-frying Kobe beef because you’re apathetic to the way it’s prepared. Not only can certain rolling papers change the taste of your product, but some are downright unhealthy as they can release harmful toxins such as bleach and other chemicals that are carcinogenic when burned into your breathing air. Most rolling papers are made from hemp, rice straw, flax, or wood pulp, but it’s the added chemicals that cause the most damage. Beware of rolling papers that are bleached or contain calcium carbonate, chlorine, or potassium nitrate, as these have been linked to respiratory issues. Take a look at some of the healthier rolling paper options available at Smokea.