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How to roll a joint?

How to roll a joint.

        Rolling a joint can be done in many different ways; thus there is different preferred methods to utilise whilst building a joint.
        
        The base materials needed for a ‘typical bill-joint ‘ is this:
        - A lighter.
        - A rectangular hard piece of paper a.la a filter-tip.
        - A rolling paper, preferably thin unbleached paper, hemp-paper and/or ricepaper.
        - An Organic mixture to wrap.
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        - A [mixing tray] to contain the mixture; examples on home-made versions can be found [HERE]
        */ [Optinional] is a grinder in order to reduce the time/energy needed to break down the organic material.
        */ an double decimal scale in order to make sure what quantity is suitable for you and thus for your crowd.
        Personally I prefer to prepare all the different components and place them in front of me.
        I fold up the [mig tray], I withdraw the herb and the tobacco.
        If I roll solo, at this stage I start to [roast the tobacco] if I do not have a tobacco alternative. 
        I do this to make sure that my creation is burning smoothly and evenly with an increased taste.
        
        Then I start rolling the filter-tip.
        
        I do this by rubbing the cardboard paper or the pre-cut filter-tip (as seen here) against a pointy surface such as a [knife], the corner of a table or even a lighter. 
        This is done to make sure that the filter is rolled smoothly into a buffert.
        - The interesting thing is that we all refer this as an filter; whilst technically it is simply a buffer to prevent organic material from entering our mouth.
        
        In this specific article there is only one method describing on rolling filter-tip’s, to be able to choose from different variations please head over [here].