What type of rolling papers are there?
There are so many options on the cannabis market making it a challenge to find the right wrap for your spliff.
A good rolling paper is an important aspect of the quality of your spliff and your overall smoking experience. There are so many options on the cannabis market making it a challenge to find the right wrap for your spliff.
Although there are alternatives forms of consumption, smoking is still the most common form.
Besides, we can’t deny the skill required to craft a well-rounded spliff- so here’s a note of the different kinds of rolling papers explained:
Hemp papers are moderately easier to roll than other plant fibres as they provide a good grip when rolling, burn relatively slower and burn out less. Hemp rolling papers consist of dried pulp made from crushed sativa leaves.
We recommend Rounders Rolling Papers as a viable option- made with fibres from organic farms.
As you probably guessed, rice paper is made from rice, and it’s best papers are made from all-natural ingredients. This paper might not grip as well due to it’s delicate and thin nature but once you get the hang of them, get ready for slow burn, clean tasting, smooth-smoking joints.
The classic papers, made from processed and pressed wood pulp are thick in texture making them relatively easy to roll- they can be found in white or brown (bleached or unbleached) and have a medium burn rate.
Flax papers are thin, but easy to roll like hemp or wood pulp- noted for the silky smoking experience they provide, flax roll papers also advantage of less combustion, so you can retain the natural flavours of your herbs or tobacco.
Moreover, the best choice of rolling papers is based on the fibre you feel most comfortable using.