Pre-rolls are a very convenient way to enjoy the joint smoking experience without having to roll your own joints. Standard preroll components are cannabis, a rolling paper, and a small filter at the end. In some cases, pre-rolls contain infusions or other added cannabis products to increase the potency.shop
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Our prerolls are rolled by a machine, ensuring that they are rolled perfectly each and every time.
Prerolls ease-of-use makes them perfect for beginners and occasional smokers. A pre-roll can be a great way to try out cannabis for the first time without needing to buy any extra accessories or carry around any equipment.
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On The Fly
When it comes to ease of use, portability, and functionality, one cannabis product stands tall above the rest—vapes. You may know them as vape carts or pre-loaded cannabis oil vape cartridges, and they have quickly become the go-to concentrate-based product for both cannabis novices and enthusiasts.
Edibles are any food or drink that contain cannabinoids, namely THC, the main intoxicating compound in cannabis that gets you high. They can also contain CBD, a cannabis compound that does not get you high but offers medical benefits, as well as more niche cannabinoids like CBN, CBG, and THCV, all of which contain unique medicinal and recreational benefits.
Sprinkle On Your Bud
Moon rocks are a THC megazord: They are cannabis buds dipped in hash oil, then rolled in kief. Moon rocks are recommended for experiences cannabis consumers as they pack a powerful punch. The greasy texture of moon rocks makes them a little hard to light and keep a cherry, but if you throw them on top of some flower, you’ll be good to go.
For The Expert
Extracts, also known as concentrates, are produced from cannabis trichomes, which contain the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds which give cannabis its recreational and medical effects. There are a variety of methods to create and process concentrates, and they can generally be lumped into two categories: full-spectrum concentrates and isolates.