By | March 30, 2023
rolling joints at home with ocb papers

Are you looking to master the art of rolling a perfect joint? While rolling a joint may seem complicated, you can achieve the perfect smoke every time with a few simple steps. Read on for an in-depth guide on how to roll joints like a pro.

First Step to Rolling Weed Joints

When it comes to rolling joints, the first step is to choose the right paper. This is vital because the wrong paper can ruin your smoke session. It would help if you opted for a paper that won’t burn too quickly and produces an even burn when lit. There are many kinds of rolling papers available on the market, some are made from rice, hemp, or other natural fibers. Even though each type has its pros and cons, just be sure to choose what works best for you.


The next step is to grind the cannabis, which you can do with scissors or a grinder. If you don’t have a local PA dispensary yet, you may want to visit a Trulieve near you.  They and Medmen seem to have the best buds on the East Coast.  Ensure the cannabis is fine enough to disperse evenly throughout the joint and avoid clumping. Once the cannabis is ground, you’ll need to pack the joint. If you’re using a filter tip, add it to one end of the paper and fill it with ground cannabis. Pack the contents tight by lightly pressing it until the cannabis fills the length of the paper.


Now you’re ready to start rolling your joint. Hold the filled paper between your forefinger and thumb and place your thumbs over the top of the contents. Then bring your index fingers together to begin rolling the paper around the contents. Keep rolling back and forth until the joint is tight, and make sure the ends are sealed by wetting the edges with saliva or a bit of water.

Is your blunt ready to smoke yet?

Once you’ve got the hang of rolling a simple joint, try mastering other rolling techniques. One popular method is what’s known as a “cone” joint, where one end of the joint is slightly larger than the other. This technique involves filling and packing the joint in a conical shape, after which you’ll have to be extra careful when rolling and tuck the edges as you go along. The result should look like a giant cigarette.


Try rolling a ‘V-shaped joint‘ if you’re feeling extra fancy. This involves twisting the joint halfway through the process when folding in the sides of the paper. The final product should resemble a ‘V’ shape while maintaining the same proportions as a regular joint.


While rolling joints may seem complicated at first, practice makes perfect. With these tips, you’ll soon be able to roll joints like the pros. Remember to use quality rolling papers, grind your cannabis finely, pack it tightly, and properly seal all four edges of the joint when you’re done. With enough practice, you’ll be able to impress your friends with perfectly shaped joints in no time.