Learn how to roll a joint in under 2 minutes with 5 easy steps
Step 1: Bust & Grind The Bud
First, remove any stems and unwanted leaves from your marijuana buds. Next, separate the unwanted branches and leaves, then place your weed inside a grinder and start grinding up your product.
- DON’T HAVE A GRINDER? Any pair of scissors will work fine to shred the flower*
Step 2: Create a Joint Filter
Use any type of thick paper and create a filter. Cardboard paper from a business card, cigarette package, or paper packaging will work just fine. Select the filter paper of choice and start rolling it into a cylinder cone shape.
- PRO TIP: keep the filter size according to the width of the joint.
Step 3: Load Product Into Rolling Paper
Load your joint by distributing your shredded weed on top of the rolling paper. Next, pack the product down until it is firm and insert the joint filter you created onto the end of the rolling paper.
- PRO TIP: *make sure the glue end of the paper is facing upwards towards you*
Step 4: Begin Rolling & Shaping
To ensure a good looking rolled joint, start by shaping the weed together in a form similar to tobacco cigarettes. Afterwards, pinch both ends of the paper between your fingertips. Gently rolling the refined marijuana and packaging it down.
- *Most marijuana joints take on the shape of a cone or in a straight line similar to a pre-filled cigarette*
Step 5: Lick it, Tuck it, Roll it!
Pay attention because this last how to roll a joint step is important! Tuck the rolling paper’s front end (side closest to you) between the weed and opposite paper side. Wedge both sides until they touch and begin to roll in an upward motion. Last, lick the glossy glue and start moving upwards until the adhesive glue touches another side of the paper.
- *Pro Tip* Using a long and skinny object, pack both joint ends of any loose product and twist the ends to seal your joint.
Congratulations! Your Finished Completing a Rolled Joint in 2 Minutes
“Now, you have learned a new skill to roll joints. Recognize to master it, that practice makes perfect, and eventually, you can become a rolling expert.”