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alternatives to rolling paper for joints

If you’re desperate, REALLY desperate, pocket Bibles usually roll really well. Those with thin old-looking pages. I don’t do it, not for religious reasons, but for I don’t like shredding books — But I have friends who claim it makes a hell of a rolling paper.

It’s just GREAT! ‘Cause it’s kinda moist y, makes the smoke so. refreshing.
I don’t mean the industrial thing (I don’t know but there might be), I mean leaves you literally cut from the tree, wait a couple days in the sun, and cut. And you might wanna tie a knot around it.

But if you’re just trying to do something different, you should REALLY (Matter of fact, everybody should) try smoking on dry Banana palm leaves. It’s one of the BEST smoking experiences I ever had.

I sounds weird, but it really is great.
tampon wrapper is the only thing ive ever substituted a paper for and it was “alright”
no man..please never use printer paper
minus the fact your smoking a tampon wrapper

Or you could smoke on corn leaves, but I don’t like it so much. Rather rolling paper. Corn leaves are good for tobacco with weed, though. I don’t know, just. Harmonizes well.

what's a good alternative to rolling a joint with rolling paper. Is printer paper ok.

Alternatives to rolling paper for joints

Dab rigs allow you to consume extremely potent cannabis extracts like shatter, honeycomb, and budder. In essence, dab rigs use a flash vaporisation method to process concentrates. In order to achieve this, you have to use a blowtorch instead of a lighter. The advantage to using dab rigs is, of course, how high they can get you. Because the extracts that dab rigs process are extremely potent, they arguably get you higher than any other method on this page.

To make and use a gravity bong, follow these steps:
To do so, you will need a hookah pipe, coals, aluminium foil, tongs, water, and, if desired, shisha to mix with. If you decide to mix your weed with shisha or tobacco, place it on the bottom, with the cannabis on top. This will provide some moisture for the weed so that it does not dry out during the smoking process.

The hot knife method is one of the oldest known ways of smoking cannabis or hashish. All you need are one or two knives and a heating element. If using a stove, turn it on medium heat and place the steel knives over the burner. This will allow them to heat up and make the weed stick to them. When the knives are hot enough, place a piece of bud on one, and squeeze it with the other. Inhale the marijuana as it begins to smoke.
If you have the right materials, pipes can even be made at home if necessary. Read on to find out how you can make pipes out of items like apples, corn husks, and water bottles.
Apple pipes are a fun and convenient way to smoke cannabis. Apples are one of the most popular and accessible fruits in the world, and can be very easily converted into smoking devices. All you need to make an apple pipe is an apple, a pen, and maybe some aluminium foil.
Vaporizers function best at temperatures ranging from 140–205°C (285–400°F). Temperatures outside of this range risk leaving behind cannabinoids or burning them into smoke. Be sure to grind your weed before vaping to make sure it gets completely and evenly vaporised.
While soda cans work as smoking devices, many people worry about possible negative health effects. The aluminium that the can is made of may not be as safe to smoke from as aluminium foil. Additionally, the ink on the can may release chemicals when heated. As such, even though the method works, it should be used sparingly.

Smoking marijuana from a soda can is just about as juvenile as it gets. A “do-it-yourself” favourite among new smokers, soda cans can easily be converted into smoking devices. Simply bend the can in half, poke some holes into the new crease, and poke a carb hole in the side. Put your weed inside the crease, light it, and inhale through the mouthpiece.

There are lots of ways to get high without rolling papers. Check out this list of alternative methods ranging from glass bongs to DIY apple pipes.