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What is a CBD joint, doobie, and hemp preroll?

Hemp 101: What Is A CBD Joint? What is a CBD Doobie? What is a CBD Preroll? 

Hemp 101: What Is A CBD Joint?

Technically, we could also headline this article:

What is a CBD doobie? What is a CBD preroll?

Because they’re all the same thing!

CBD joints, hemp doobies, hemp CBD prerolls—whatever you want to call them, they are an easy way to access smokable CBD flower. They are literally the fastest way to get activated CBD into your bloodstream so it can get busy working its magic.

Smokable CBD flower products—like hemp blunts and hemp joints are packed full of premium quality CBD flower to deliver an exceptional smoking experience. At least that’s what you should expect.

Smoking high-value CBD flower in a hemp joint has a few exceptional benefits that put it above your typical marijuana joint, too. Benefits like:

  • All the enjoyment of smoking a marijuana joint for flavor and aroma, without the fuzzy brain and lack of focus.
  • A delightful body buzz and a crystal-clear level of focus, so you can enjoy your downtime without anxiety, paranoia, or major memory lapses.
  • An enjoyable social smoke that won’t land you in your employer’s office facing down a failed drug test.

Seriously, hemp flower just is that good.

So if you’re curious about CBD joints, CBD doobies, CBD prerolls—and we’ll be using those terms interchangeably throughout this guide—we’re about to blow your mind.

If you’re here because you’ve got one simple question—what is a CBD joint?—we’ve got your back.

CBD Flower Joints: The Short Story.

A CBD joint is a rice paper wrap packed full of ground, smokable hemp flower.

Sometimes there’ll be a crutch in there, too.

A crutch is similar to a cigarette filter, except it’s made of cardboard or paper which has been folded accordion-style and rolled into a cylinder shape. You slide it into the end of your joint before you roll up.

The crutch is a handy little tool.

It gives you something to hold between your fingers so you don’t risk singeing your fingertip skin to get the last few puffs out of a CBD preroll. And it minimizes waste when you’re using a high-quality hemp flower, because you don't end up wasting a small amount of ground flower that gets left in the soggy end of your crutch-less joint.

A Rose By Any Other Name…

A CBD joint goes by a lot of names. A hemp joint, for example. A CBD doobie, a CBD preroll, a hemp doobie, a hemp preroll, a hemp smoke, a CBD J, a hemp J, an L, a hemp ziggy…the list could go on.

Quick side note: If we’re really committed to getting technical, a CBD preroll is a joint that arrives at your door already pre-rolled (hence the name pre roll) and ready to smoke—whereas you could roll a joint yourself. The product itself is identical—although we’ve got to admit we roll better than most.

But here’s what a CBD joint is not. And that’s important.

  • A CBD blunt: This is still your premium CBD flower, but more of it. It’s packed into a 100% hemp leaf wrap for a slow burning, exotic smoke experience.
  • A CBD spliff: This is CBD flower mixed in with tobacco, and rolled cigarette-style. - We do not support this product and we never will! Tobacco is dangerous and should not be mixed with a pure hemp flower product. Our hemp blunts are wrapped in a 100% hemp flower lea
  • A CBD vape pen: This is a CBD oil product vaporized in a machine. We don’t sell this, and with very good reason.

So there you have it. If you just wanted the quick answer before you get down to some serious CBD shopping, you’re good to go.

But if you’re a knowledge seeker, a curious mind, or on your own journey to wellness, we’ve got more for you than just that answer.

We’re going to show you why smokable hemp products are the CBD game changer winning hearts and making waves across the US right now.

CBD Joints: Why Are People Smoking Them?

There are three main reasons people are smoking hemp prerolls in 2020.

#1. CBD Is The Wellness Champion - Please notice this information is taken from public internet articles and sources. We do not recommend our hemp CBD & CBG blunts to treat or cure any disease, illness, or ailment. You must consult with your doctor before using any hemp flower products from Blunts.com.

CBD-rich hemp flower is high on researcher’s radars right now—and rightly so. It seems like we’re seeing new studies almost daily to uncover new ways this valuable, all-natural, plant-based molecule is interacting with the body.

Breaking The Habit

Ironically, one of the first ways smokable hemp products can help are by helping nicotine addicts. A study in Montreal found that CBD acts upon the parts of our brain that relate to addiction and drug dependence. In tobacco users, the use of CBD products has reduced the amount of tobacco smoked and a decline in nicotine cravings.

Reducing Inflammation

The University of Debrecen in Hungary did a study in 2014 which showed that CBD acted on our endocannabinoid system to help us manage inflammation. Since chronic inflammation damages our cells and essential DNA, it is the culprit behind many of our deadliest diseases—cancers, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s. Twenty years ago, almost 125 million Americans were dealing with chronic conditions. By 2015, that had skyrocketed to a staggering 192 million.

As the numbers keep growing, so too does the research to support the potential benefits of this nifty little cannabinoid we call CBD.

Reducing Stress

Back in the day, people thought getting high was a way to deal with the stresses of modern life. It turns out that’s not quite right.

High-THC products—like marijuana—can actually antagonize our minds and make us more anxious than usual.

Quality hemp flower, which is naturally low in THC, has put its hand up as a potential helper for sufferers of PTSD, anxiety, and chronic stress disorders.

Pain Management

The main role of our endocannabinoid system (ECS) is to keep everything running in balance within us. Researchers and medical experts call this homeostasis.

The ECS needs cannabinoids (like those we produce naturally in the body, and those found in cannabis) to do that. Hemp flower delivers a dose of cannabinoids—CBD, CBN, CBG ; friends—to the ECS, which helps it to interact with our nervous system.

What we’re saying here is that CBD can limit the amount of pain we feel, without the need for steroids or NSAIDs.

Relieving Insomnia

Good sleep hygiene—like falling asleep easily, staying asleep, and getting enough quality sleep each night—is key to good mental and physical health. It can affect every aspect of our lives, from relationships, to work, to how we process emotions and information.

For those suffering from insomnia, there’s a new natural remedy in town. A study at the University of Colorado showed that after using CBD products, 66% of its participants reported sleeping better. The inclusion of CBG—another cannabinoid found in cannabis—also works as a mild sedative.

As luck would have it, quality hemp flower contains low levels of CBG. Which brings us to our next point…

#2. Premium CBD Flower Is Full-Spectrum

Hemp flower is more than a CBD product. As a full-spectrum hemp product—meaning it hasn’t been filtered, isolated, or chemically treated—it is ground and wrapped exactly as nature made it.

It contains other hemp cannabinoids like:

  • CBG
  • CBN
  • CBS
  • And traces of THC (to a legal limit of 0.3%)

Hemp flower is packed full of tasty hemp terpenes, aromatics, and flavonoids which work in synergy for a potent, premium experience.

More than that—researchers have long believed that CBD is stronger when his buddies are backing him. CBG may work as a mild, natural sedative to CBD’s relaxing, stress-relieving vibe. There is a lot of work still to be done on exploring the relationships between the cannabinoids, but there’s one thing we know for sure: full-spectrum hemp flower is an effective, compact, 100% natural wellness tool.

#3. Smoking Has A Higher Bioavailability

All the above may be well and good, but why smoke CBD flower when there are edibles, topicals, oils, and even suppositories? (OK. That last one may appeal to nobody.)

Smoking CBD flower is the most effective way to use it. The only method of getting CBD to the bloodstream faster than smoking is IV delivery. That’s right: the only way you’ll get faster relief from your symptoms is by injecting CBD—and that is not a thing, for very good reason.

Smoking hemp flower bypasses the digestive system—unlike edibles.

Smoking CBD doobies delivers faster benefits than sublingual dosing (via CBD oil) or skin absorption (via CBD topicals).

By smoking your premium hemp joint, research has shown it reaches its peak in your bloodstream in less than 3 minutes.

That makes it easier to control your dose, and to adjust accordingly. If you’re feeling great after 3 minutes—put out the rest of your hemp preroll and save the rest for later.

Less waste, less expense, less trial and error.

Secondly, smoking a hemp doobie gives the cannabinoid a longer lifespan within the body. CBD can be detected in the bloodstream 72 hours after smoking, before the enzymes in our bodies break them down.

After dosing with CBD oil capsules, as a comparison, the lifespan of CBD in the bloodstream is 6 hours. After that, your body is no longer reaping the benefits of quality CBD.

If you’re looking for a CBD product that gives the ultimate bang for your buck, smoking quality hemp flower delivers 12 times the benefits of a capsule for longevity alone.

CBD Joints: The Hemp Wrap Up

Now that you know what a CBD joint is, what it does, and why they rock—its time to explore the smokable hemp world for yourself.

And don’t forget to reach out to our team if you’ve got questions.

As the blunt experts, we can help you explore all our premium-quality smokable hemp options, right from the comfort of your sofa.

Ready to shop? We recommend starting here.

Need to know more? Check out our breakdown on Hemp Terpenes—the personalities of the hemp flower’s world.

 

 

 

 

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http://www.thepermanentejournal.org/issues/2016/fall/6244-pediatrics.html

https://blunts.com/blogs/news-smokable-hemp-flower-blunts-research/what-are-hemp-terpenes

https://blunts.com/pages/shop-by-effect

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