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The secret’s in the freezer sir. When you harvest a bit of bud and you’re cleaning it up. Keep to the side some of the mid sized sugar leaves. The ones that have triches going along the edges are a must but the danker the sugar leaf, the danker the wrap.

Put those sugar leaves into some tupperware that you have put a little uncooked rice into the bottom of and make sure you don’t mash them in. They need to be as unsmushed as possible later on.

Now let’s assume it’s a few weeks later and you’re sitting in the living room with a bit of time on your hands and a bowl of just cured(although not super well but you’re dying to smoke)buds in front of you and wondering how that ol’ Space Ghost was gonna turn that frozen stuff into a rolling paper.

Well go get the box out of the freezer, a pair of scissors, and a bong/bowl/vape out of your hiding spot. This is a project I recommend being stoned to do.

Now we are going to be cutting the fatter parts of the central vein in the sugar leaves. This is to make them more pliable and flexible. Depending on the size of the leaves you are using and how frosty they are, you may need anywhere from 15 to 30 leaves per wrap.

After you cut the first few, you can begin to lay them out. You can use any surface but wax paper or baking parchment would be the best. You could use plain white paper if you don’t have any wax paper.

The basic idea is that you are going to be using the trichomes as the glue that will hold your wrap together. You’ll want to press the leaves into each other with something firm but pliable. I find that a clean pencil eraser makes a great pressing tool in this situation as it allows for accurate placement of pressure.

Now you go ahead with the process until you have your wrap built to your desired size(I recommend only going slightly larger than a normal paper for ease of rolling and expected shrinkage), and then flip it over and add your remaining leaves to the other side. These are to give the wrap a bit of extra backbone.

Grind up some weed. Put it in the wrap. Use the natural goo of the plant to seal the wrap. Let dry for a few hours or overnight. Enjoy.

This recipe can be done with fresh leaves if you already have some buds to smoke at harvest time.

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The secret’s in the freezer sir. When you harvest a bit of bud and you’re cleaning it up. Keep to the side some of the mid sized sugar leaves. The ones that have triches going along the edges are a must but the danker the sugar leaf, the danker the wrap.

Put those sugar leaves into some tupperware that you have put a little uncooked rice into the bottom of and make sure you don’t mash them in. They need to be as unsmushed as possible later on.

Now let’s assume it’s a few weeks later and you’re sitting in the living room with a bit of time on your hands and a bowl of just cured(although not super well but you’re dying to smoke)buds in front of you and wondering how that ol’ Space Ghost was gonna turn that frozen stuff into a rolling paper.

Well go get the box out of the freezer, a pair of scissors, and a bong/bowl/vape out of your hiding spot. This is a project I recommend being stoned to do.

Now we are going to be cutting the fatter parts of the central vein in the sugar leaves. This is to make them more pliable and flexible. Depending on the size of the leaves you are using and how frosty they are, you may need anywhere from 15 to 30 leaves per wrap.

After you cut the first few, you can begin to lay them out. You can use any surface but wax paper or baking parchment would be the best. You could use plain white paper if you don’t have any wax paper.

The basic idea is that you are going to be using the trichomes as the glue that will hold your wrap together. You’ll want to press the leaves into each other with something firm but pliable. I find that a clean pencil eraser makes a great pressing tool in this situation as it allows for accurate placement of pressure.

Now you go ahead with the process until you have your wrap built to your desired size(I recommend only going slightly larger than a normal paper for ease of rolling and expected shrinkage), and then flip it over and add your remaining leaves to the other side. These are to give the wrap a bit of extra backbone.

Grind up some weed. Put it in the wrap. Use the natural goo of the plant to seal the wrap. Let dry for a few hours or overnight. Enjoy.

This recipe can be done with fresh leaves if you already have some buds to smoke at harvest time.

so fan leaves arent an option? oh well, maybe ill try out some sativas so i can get some long leaves for this.

yeah, we've all heard of rolling up a doobie with a leaf but has anyone ever done it? and if so, how do you dry the fan leaves and prepare the doob?

The Best Blunt Wraps for Every Stoner

After a long day, there’s nothing like rolling up a blunt and blowing down. Rolling papers, glass, and vapes are cool, but blunt wraps will forever be the OG vehicle for weed. They burn slow, come in tons of flavors and are ideal for passing around a smoke circle.

Looking for the perfect wrap for your next smoke sesh? From the classics to the obscure, here are 10 of the best blunt wraps on the market.

Dutch Masters

As the great Missy Elliott once said, “pass that dutch.” Made with natural tobacco-leaf wrappers, Dutch Masters cigars are famously filled with bud for a mellow smoking experience. It’s Palma Dutches, often called vanilla dutches despite being unflavored, are always a solid option when choosing a blunt wrap that everyone will like. Dutch Masters also makes great cigarillos in tasty flavors like Honey Fusion, Berry Fusion, and Rum Fusion.

Game

Game cigarillos are another popular favorite for flavored cigarillos. They’re a little harsher than a Swisher because they have an added exterior leaf, but less harsh than a Backwood. Additionally, they fall somewhere in the middle in terms of difficulty to roll. Basically, Games are the goldilocks of blunt wraps, and I highly recommend the green flavor (I know green is generally a color, but trust me on this one).

High Hemp

High Hemp’s organic wraps are made with domestically sourced hemp and contain naturally occurring CBD . They’re also pesticide-free, GMO-free, and vegan. The wrap itself is a bit thicker than a typical blunt and comes with a filter tip to make rolling (and smoking) easier. I’ve tried several flavors including the original, Maui Mango, Grape Ape, and Honeypot Swirl. These are now my favorite non-tobacco wraps ever.

Minty’s

For the blunt-lover who is looking for a tobacco-free alternative, Minty’s are a great option. These herbal wraps are made from 100% organically grown, additive-free mint leaves. While some people enjoy the harshness of tobacco, Minty’s offers a smooth, fresh hit that won’t leave you coughing.

Backwoods

Nothing screams “I’m a blunt aficionado” like rolling a Backwood . They’re made from raw tobacco leaves so it takes a little bit of finesse to unroll the entire leaf then carefully roll it around your flower . The end product, however, is worth the effort. They come in mild flavors like Sweet Aromatic and Honey Bourbon which allow the flavor of your bud to shine ⁠— plus they burn so slow that you’ll be passing the blunt all night long.

Phillies

Similar to dutches, Phillies are an old-school favorite for several reasons. They’re easy to slice open and roll, and they’re less harsh than wraps containing actual tobacco leaf. The original flavor is neutral and pleasant, but they’re also available in fun flavors like strawberry and chocolate (in some states). Phillies are the no-BS wrap for stoners who want a straightforward smoking experience.

Swisher Sweets

I learned how to roll blunts using Swisher Sweets because, above all else, they are really easy to roll. I fondly remember cracking open a Tropical Fusion cigarillo, filling it with a laughably small amount of bud, and sealing it up with a feeling of accomplishment. They have an insane amount of flavor options, or you can always stick to the unflavored red Swishers if you’re not interested in lighting up a Boozy Mango or Banana Smash blunt.

Juicy Jay’s

Widely known for their delicious rolling papers, Juicy Jay’s also makes wraps designed for the full blunt experience without the tobacco. They roll and burn similarly to your average cigarillo, but they taste exactly like the flavor on the label. Their flavors include Black N’ Blueberry, Mango Papaya, and Strawberry Fields, all of which will add a nice fruity kick to your favorite bud.

King Palm

Lazy blunt-lovers, rejoice! King Palm makes pre-rolled wraps made from slow-burning palm leaves. They’re chemical-free, glue-free, and come with a corn husk filter which helps prevent plant matter from getting in your mouth. They taste mild and natural thanks to the lack of artificial flavoring, plus they don’t harm the environment. According to their website, the leaves cut from the tree for King Palms grow back quickly and the corn husk filter is completely biodegradable.

Entourage

If you love that nicotine head rush after smoking a blunt, Entourage has got you covered. Each pack contains two wraps that are made of a homogenized binder like a standard cigarillo, plus an attached natural leaf that adds a second layer to your blunt. This wrap is very wide and fits a ton of bud, making it a fantastic choice for a big smoke sesh. They also burn slowly and come in smooth, creamy flavors like Pink Vanilla.

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The Best Blunt Wraps for Every Stoner After a long day, there’s nothing like rolling up a blunt and blowing down. Rolling papers, glass, and vapes are cool, but blunt wraps will forever be the OG