Cannabis rolling papers are commonly made from materials such as hemp, rice, wood pulp, and bamboo. The best papers have a good burn rate, fewer chemicals, and they are easy to roll. The papers come in different sizes. Generally, the dimensions include a single sheet, 1.04 inch, 1.50 Inch, double, and king.
Single wide is the smallest size of paper and can be difficult to roll for first-time users. It makes a small, tight joint. King sized is the largest rolling paper. It makes a large joint, suitable for a group of friends to enjoy together. The king size lasts longer and has more ventilation for inhaling the smoke.
The three most popular types of paper are wood pulp, rice, and hemp. Out of the three, the wood pulp is used the most. The paper is bonded with fibers and has a texture that is a bit thicker than the other papers, holds its shape well, and is easy to handle. It comes in a white bleached paper and an unbleached brown stock. The burn rate of a wood pulp rolling paper is medium.
Rice paper is one of the thinner papers. It’s made of all-natural materials, has a minimal after-taste, and a slow burn rate. The material being more delicate and smoother, rice paper is harder to handle, not an excellent choice for first-time users.
Hemp rolling paper is made from industrial hemp, an eco-friendly product. It’s thicker than the rice but thinner than the wood pulp. It has a delicate after-taste and a medium burn rate. The texture is thicker for easier rolling. Another excellent choice for beginners.
Flavored papers can add a unique taste to your smoke. They do burn more quickly but can be used to enhance marijuana that may be a bit dried out or not of the best quality. Cigarette rolling papers can also be used to make a joint. The papers are very similar and can be interchanged. Tobacco can be added to marijuana to give it a nicotine boost.