A Few Different Materials Used to Make Cannabis Rolling Papers

Feb 03, 20 A Few Different Materials Used to Make Cannabis Rolling Papers

Although there are many different ways to consume cannabis today, smoking a joint is still one of the most popular. If this is your preferred method, then you’ll want to know about the different types of rolling papers out there, if you don’t already. Listed below are four kinds of “skins” that you can wrap your Mundelein cannabis dispensary flowers in.

Hemp

Hemp papers are made from cannabis hemp plants and come in a variety of forms. Some are paper-thin, almost translucent and burn very slowly, while others are thicker and more durable. You can get them with or without gum, which is often made from natural Arabic gum.

Rice

Rice papers are usually the thinnest types of rolling papers around. They burn very slowly and are perfect for joint rollers who have a light touch. As with hemp papers, you can find them with or without gum.

Cellulose

Cellulose papers are transparent and seem like plastic. However, they are made from plants and are 100% biodegradable. Asiatic cotton mallow is often used in their production, and no gum or glue is necessary.

Organic

Organic is not a material but rather refers to the cleanliness of the material. If you buy organic rolling papers made of rice or hemp, then you know that the rice or hemp was grown organically and without the use of chemical and pesticides. You’ll also know that no bleach was used to make the papers white. In other words, organic rolling papers are the perfect choice for those who want the cleanest joint-smoking experience they can get.

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