Ever wonder what the difference between joints, blunts and spliffs is? Well, you’re not alone. This blog will explain the confusion regarding joints, blunts and spliffs and will explain why they are different!
If you’re new to cannabis, it is important to know the three categories of rolls, these are joints, blunts and spliffs. Each is defined by their cannabis to tobacco ratio as well as the paper material that is used. Some paper materials include tobacco, hemp, and wood pulp to name a few.
Joints and blunts only contain cannabis, whereas spliffs are a hybrid of cannabis and tobacco. Blunts are rolled with tobacco paper which makes them appear thicker than joints. Blunts are also heavier because they are rolled in thicker paper and are often dark brown in colour.
Joints and spliffs are rolled in lighter, often, partially translucent paper. Joints also often include paper filter, as it adds stability to the roll and allows you to enjoy the roll without burning your fingers.
The biggest differentiator is the experience of spoking either a joint, blunt or spliff. A spliff gives you more of a headrush and “buzz” because of the tobacco. People who smoke spliffs often compare the feeling to that of an espresso shot.
Interestingly, joints tend to be the most popular across the world. Many think this is because of the stigma that is attached to tobacco.
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