Advantages of pre-rolls

The singles are especially affordable and a great way to try out new strains.

When the cannabis dispensary first opened up for recreational sales, I made a point to experiment with the different consumption methods. I tried dabbing concentrates, vaping oils, all kinds of edibles, tinctures and topicals. I’ve found that my favorite remains old-school smoking. I like the simplicity, process and quick onset of the effects provided by a joint. They are conveniently portable, fun to share and easily disposable. I don’t mind that smoking creates ash and odors. I don’t hide my enjoyment of cannabis. I smoke for both recreational pleasure and medicinal benefits. Unfortunately, I’m not skilled at rolling joints. The process creates a great deal of mess and waste. It takes me a long time, and I usually end up disappointed with the finished product. I either pack too much or not enough weed into the paper. I then roll the joint too tight or too loose. Sometimes the joint needs to be relit repeatedly. Other times, it burns way too quickly and creates an overly long ash. I am very thankful that there is a wide variety of pre-rolls on the market. At my local dispensary, I can buy hand-rolled or machine-rolled options in singles and packs. The singles are especially affordable and a great way to try out new strains. I can also choose joints or blunts infused with kief for a boost of flavor and potency. The pre-rolls are sold in sativas, indicas and hybrids in high to low THC potency. There are strains with a high CBD and low THC percentage that focus on curative properties.

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