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Today’s educational blog is brought to you by RIGS! We will cover the materials they commonly consist of, the tools needed for basic set up and how they’re all properly used. Finally, we will weigh the pros and cons of a vape pen to a dab rig. Before we get into the nitty-gritty of rigs, we need to establish what a rig is. A rig is a form of a water pipe or bong used exclusively to consume extracts or concentrates. They are generally smaller than it’s big sister the bong for flower. The average height for a rig is...

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A joint can be a simple, fast and easy way to smoke weed. All you need is product, papers, and your hands. However, there are new and innovative gadgets on the market that can make the experience a whole lot easier.  What does every great joint roller need in their toolbox? In this blog post, we’re gonna share the essentials for the perfect smoke-sesh. While smoking a joint may be the easiest and most common way to consume cannabis, to have the most enjoyable rolling experience here’s what accessories you’ll need.  Rolling Papers  To roll a joint, at the bare...

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A tip, a filter, a crutch, or a roach. Don’t you hate when you’re smoking a J and you get bits of your bud in your mouth? Introducing the joint filter. Joint filters or joint crutches are little apparatus’ that act as a mouthpiece between your lips and a joint.  Benefits of Using a Tip Alright, so why should you use a tip when rolling your joint?  The Tip Acts As A Handle When you’re passing your J around, the filter will be a great place for your friends to grab so you don’t drop the joint and ruin your...

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Rolling on to Paper section:How do you select your papers? There are tons of papers on the market, so how do you choose? There are many qualities to take into consideration here. From the size, to the material they are made from and with, the brand can be a factor as well as what they come with. Once we lay out the differences - whether you are a beginner or a rolling veteran, we are confident that you should be able to make an educated decision on the papers you prefer.     Let’s start with sizes. One of the most...

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  What are rolling trays? Do I need one? Traditionally they were called ‘flat trays’ – providing the person rolling with enough space to craft. Overall it simplifies rolling, for beginners especially. Trays restrict spillage and keep all smoking items together, for easy access. Everyone rolls differently, therefore rolling trays come in a variety of sizes, styles and materials (wood, metal, glass, etc). So what tray should you get? Well that all depends on you. Are you traveling with it? If so then a small metal tray will work. It won’t break or warp. They are compact and you can...

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