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King Palms are great wraps for those who prefer a pre-made cone/stuffable apparatus. They have carbs in the end and all you need to do is fill the wrap with your preferred bud. The only problem is the way they’re made forces you to use a lot of cannabis to fill one (like 1.5-2 grams), and the type of leaf they’re made with causes them to burn a bit faster than the other options on this list.
It’s 2018, which means nowadays we’re taking better care of ourselves (or trying to, anyway). That extends to everything from the foods we eat to the ways we consume cannabis, including the types of blunts we smoke. For far too long have I championed Swisher Sweets and White Owls over everything else. Power to the spliff smokers, the Backwoods fans, and everyone in between, but for those of us who are thinking of letting tobacco blunts go, it’s time to try some alternatives.
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Kingpin Hemp Wraps
High Hemps are dope because they come with a carb, and the leaf wraps around the bud like those snap-on bracelets, so if you’re a novice roller, this is probably the wrap for you. Plus, because they’re easily rollable, it’s a lot easier to use a relatively small amount of cannabis and still come out with a nice “will definitely get you as high as you need to be without killing your stash”-sized blunt.
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These Twisted Hemp Wraps go hard for two reasons:
And for that reason, I’ve done some field research and created a list of non-tobacco wraps for healthier blunts.
Hemp wraps are marketed as being safer than blunt wraps, which is partly true. Hemp wrap makers prefer not to use artificial substances in the manufacturing process.
Are Hemp Wraps Better Than Blunts?
Step 2: Using a packing tool, scoop small amounts of the flower and pour it into the wrap.
Do Hemp Wraps Have CBD?
You may use hemp wraps if you’re concerned about the risks of smoking blunts.