As Ontario approaches a provincial election, the normally centre-of-the-spectrum Ontario Liberals have shifted so far to the left that all it takes is for a Conservative leader to win is recommend the government trust markets more than the current Liberal dynasty. Doug Ford promises to be that guy. First, he promised a free market in […]
Learning how to roll a joint is a vital key to any cannabis consumer’s skills set. It’s the simplest method and you’ll come in clutch anytime there’s weed, no pipe and nobody else that can roll.
Before you get rolling you’ll want to pick a pack of the best rolling papers for you. That can mean unbleached or made of hemp to keep things purely cannabis. Thin papers make it easier to taste your weed but they’re a little harder to roll.
Step 1: Break It Down
The first step to learning how to roll a joint is breaking it down. Get your weed into a consistency that can be easily smoked. Sure, you can just poke a hole in a sticky nug and smoke it whole without a pipe or papers. However, you’ll be stressing your lungs just to get enough smoke to get high.
Pipes, papers and grinders were made for a reason. They make smoking weed easier and more effective. Just break it down into an even consistency before you try to roll it up.
What will the life of cannabis lovers be like this summer? With each of the 10 provinces having slightly different rules, the user experience will take a slight loss overall.
Seeing how Canada is legalizing marijuana on a whole new level, it is important to understand how it will affect the people living in the largest country with (soon to be) legal weed.
This summer, the federal government in Ottawa will approve Bill C-45 which is focused solely on recreational (non-medicinal) cannabis.
However, the federal government will only determine a very broad set of rules. It will be up to the provinces and municipalities to work around those rules and create a functional system for themselves.
Here is a visual representation of how the system of jurisdictional responsibilities is set up:
So, as you can see, there are some things that the federal government decided, but also left room for the provincial governments to tweak those same rules towards their preferences.
For example — the possession limit is 30 grams per person according to the federal legislation, and …