<h3>Hemp blunts can be rolled easily and quickly, <a href=”https://relhemp.com/what-is-cbd/”>delivering your medicine</a> when you need it most.</h3>
You don’t want to buy a <a href=”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bong”>bong</a> or pipe. You don’t want a bunch of glass smoking accessories hanging around your house, announcing to the world that you smoke cannabis.

And there are so many vaporizers out there, that the technology gets confusing. How are you supposed to know which one is best?

That’s where the hemp blunts come in.

In this post, we’ll cover what a hemp blunt is, and how to roll them.
<h3>What is a Hemp Blunt?</h3>
Before we get started on the “how to” part of this post, it’s important to know what a hemp blunt is and isn’t.

A hemp blunt should only have hemp inside. If it’s mixed with anything else, such as tobacco, then it’s not a true hemp blunt.

A blunt is cannabis, such as hemp, rolled up inside of tobacco or hemp leaves or paper. Blunts can also easily be rolled by emptying out a cigar and using that wrap to roll the blunt. This is the method we’re going to cover.

When it comes to size, blunts are larger than joints, but even they can range in size. The size and girth of the blunt largely depends on how much hemp is packed inside of it.
<h2>How to Roll a Hemp Blunt</h2>
<h3>Step 1: Gather Supplies</h3>
Making sure you have everything you need may seem super obvious, but the last thing you want is to sit down and get started only to discover you’re missing a key component to the process.

So, first gather up the supplies you’ll need to roll a hemp blunt.

What you’ll need:
<li><a href=”https://relhemp.com/category/strains/”>Your favorite hemp strain</a></li>
<li>A hemp wrap, cigarillo, or blunt wrap</li>
<h3>Step 2: Grind the Hemp</h3>
Now that you have everything you need, it’s time to tackle the first step, which is to grind up your <a href=”https://relhemp.com/shop/”>hemp flower</a>. You don’t want it ground so fine that it’s like powder, but also not so large that your hemp blunt will be bulky when it’s wrapped. You can achieve this by grinding it up with a grinder, or by breaking it apart with your hands.

Step 3: Prep the Blunt Wrap

If you’re using hemp or tobacco wraps that are empty, then just flatten out the wrap.

If you’re using a Backwoods, Swisher Sweets, or other type of cigar / cigarillo, then this is the step where you get it ready for smoking.

Split the cigar vertically down the center and empty the tobacco. Throw it away.

Step 4: Moisten the Wrap

Moistening the wrap makes it easier to shape and seal the blunt as you roll. Just a quick lick of the tongue is all you need. If you’re rolling with someone else, you can use water.

Step 5: Fill the Wrap

Fill the empty wrapper with the ground hemp. The amount depends on how big you want your blunt to be and how tightly or loosely you roll it. For most blunts using the wrap of a cigarillo, a gram to two grams is about right.

Step 6: Roll the Hemp Blunt

Once you’ve filled the wrap with the ground up hemp, carefully roll the wrap between your fingers to ensure the hemp inside is evenly distributed and packed.

Once everything is even, lick the inside of the exposed edge from end-to-end before tucking the wrap underneath itself and around the hemp. Use your fingers to smooth the blunt out as you go.

Step 7: Bake the Hemp Blunt

“Baking” a blunt refers to running a lighter flame up and down the blunt quickly, down the seam and all around the outside. You don’t want to burn the paper, but rather to heat it up and dry it out while sealing it. This helps the hemp blunt burn evenly, as well as helps to keep it from crumbling apart.

That’s a Wrap

That’s it, you’re done! Now just light up that blunt and start smoking. If you’re looking for hemp flower for your blunt, you’ve come to the right place. Be sure to <a href=”https://relhemp.com/shop/”>browse our menu</a> for smokable hemp flower.

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