Enjoying the convenience of pre-rolls

The local cannabis dispensary carries every consumption method and a nearly endless list of strains, however when I first began shopping, I was strictly official with dried flower and smoking a pipe or a joint.

There are hundreds of flower possibilities on the shelf, varying in THC percentages and terpenes… If I don’t feel like taking the time or putting in the effort of assembling a joint, I shop pre-rolls. They are available in singles and packs of joints, blunts and cannagars at a wide range of prices, however some are filled with shake or trim for affordability. I am willing to pay more for top-shelf bud and like the pre-rolls infused with kief for superior potency and flavor, but pre-rolls are an ideal option to try something new. Whether hand-rolled or machine-rolled, they can be counted on to provide an even burn. I don’t worry about the pre-roll refusing to light, burning up too abruptly or creating a lengthy ash. I don’t need to have access to a grinder, papers or any extra gear other than a lighter. The pre-rolls from the dispensary are all lab-inspected and third-party verified. They are properly packaged for safety, freshness and portability. I can easily pack a pre-rolled joint into a money clip, backpack or even a pocket, but because of their popularity, nearly every brand produces numerous strains of pre-rolls. There are indica, sativa and hybrid pre-rolls that run the gamut between incredibly high THC potency and higher CBD percentages. I have begun to be a bit more recognizable about my pre-rolls. I’ve found the brands, strains and terpenes that appeal to me. I am lucky that the dispensary frequently includes pre-rolls in their weekly deals.