To be even more eco-friendly, the papers production facility in the Spanish region of Alcoy (the birthplace of rolling papers) is entirely wind-powered. Elements are also uniquely dope for its “perfect fold” engineering , as well as its watermark which is in a criss-cross shape, meant to prevent runs and allow for a smoother burn. One last plus: their packs are great for throwing in your pocket because of their magnetic closing mechanism.
Founded in 1975 in San Francisco, these bad boys are an engineering marvel, so simple yet so extraordinarily easy to use. The classic ”Randy's Wire” is made out of 100% steel made in America, which gradually bends and folds over as you smoke the joint. About halfway through, the wire becomes a joint holder that enables you to finish the rest of the j with ease, even when it gets teeny-tiny. These are the only paper on the list that you need to purchase in a dispensary because they are finely coated with cannabis concentrate. Lift Tickets are sticky but surprisingly easy to roll, because the added layer of stickiness helps cohese all the ground-up cannabis together. Strains that the 5-pack of Lift Ticket papers come in are terpene-infused varieties like indica Larry OG, the concentrates produced by cannabis company LoudPack . Only available in California, these papers are one of the best flavored rolling papers around.
People have been rolling these babies for 130 years. A Zig-Zag pack looks and feels like an old, familiar friend. They are one of the most widely-accessible (they're available over the counter is most convenient and grocery stores) and popular rolling papers in the world. The slow-burning orange pack is a go-to for cannabis consumers to roll with. Other Zig-Zag options today include their unbleached and organic hemp papers. At 32 papers per pack, they are going to be one of the most affordable rolling papers on the list. The man on its cover, a 19th-century French soldier and mythic rolling paper innovator Le Zouave, is a countercultural icon. Smoking benjamins has never been easier, thanks to the $100 bill papers from Empire Rolling. Their “80 Benny” papers are colorful and look exactly like a modern $100 bill, Ben Franklin smirking-and-all. The 80 Bennys are made with natural plant fibers, non-toxic vegetable oil coloring, and organic sugar glue. Their “wallet” packs have 20 perforated filter crutches in them for your rolling convenience. They are thick and make for a tougher roll, but super worthwhile to make your friends think you are a baller smoking tiny Benjamins. Feature Image: Juicy Jays are one popular joint rolling paper that made the list. The cannabis strain Grape Ape is a powerful indica that derives its name from its distinct color and flavor. Its dense buds resemble large blackberries or grapes that are a deep purple color when ready to harvest and its taste and smell are similar to sweet berries with a skunky undertone. The parents of Grape Ape are the indica Afghani, hybrid Skunk No. 1, and some believe that hybrid Mendocino Purps is also a part of the lineage. Reviewers have made note that it is a phenotype of the famous Grand Daddy Purple. Grape Ape’s THC content averages at 16% and doesn’t normally get any higher than 20%. Its high causes the eyes to feel heavy, creates a strong body buzz that relaxes the muscles and in many cases creates a couch-lock. It renders the consumer into a lazy stoop which makes this strain best for nighttime use. Some reviewers report this strain is good for clearing the mind while relaxing. Some have reported bouts of paranoia after consuming too much, but normal side-effects such as cotton mouth and dry eyes are to be expected. Though this indica rarely hovers above four feet tall and only takes six to eight weeks to harvest, it’s not recommended for first-time growers since it requires extra attention during cultivation.
Today we are here again with another strain review, and this time we are exploring the wonder that is Grape Ape! If you are a big lover of sweet and fruity strains, then stick around because this indica-dominant beauty is not to be missed. Sit back, grab a snack, and find out why you need to add Grape Ape to your strain collection. This full-bodied indica is a delightful crossbreed of Mendocino Purps, Skunk, and Original Afghani , making it a pretty exciting bud to indulge in. However, despite its fruity nature, Grape Ape packs around 18-21% THC. Therefore, you can expect a high as delicious as the taste, featuring both mind and body effects. Apothecary Genetics and Barney’s Farm originally propagated this strain.
It is a dense bud that offers a thick, weighty high, lending itself perfectly to a host of medical conditions.