What is a sativa?
Sativas are tall in structure, with narrow leaves. They are typically grown in areas that have long seasons of warm climate. Sativas are known for their “head high,” a cerebral and energetic effect that can help reduce anxiety or stress and increase creativity and focus.
Popular Strains: Sour Diesel, Jack Herer, Durban Poison, Blue Dream and Green Crack.
What is an Indica?
Indicas are short in stature, with broad leaves. They are typically grown in areas that are suitable for colder climates with shorter seasons. Indicas are typically associated with full-body effects, such as increasing deep relaxation and reducing insomnia. They are also known to be an appetite stimulate, a sleep aid, and help with pain relief.
Popular Strains: Northern Lights, Grape Ape, Do-Si-Dos, Blue Cheese, Forbidden Fruit and Granddaddy Purple.
How to roll
Joints, J’s, Blunts, Doobies, Spliffs, whatever you call them are a great way to enjoy the flavor of the actual flower. We know nowadays there are joint rollers, cones, and other easier ways to make your joint faster, but we believe as a cannabis smoker you must learn how to roll your own.
1. Grind your cannabis. Remove any seeds and stems, then use a grinder to get soft flecks. If you don't have a grinder you can break down your cannabis by hand.
2. Take your rolling paper and make a lengthwise crease. If your paper has an adhesive side keep that side up and farthest away from you.
3. Place your freshly ground cannabis evenly throughout the paper until it is evenly distribute.
4. Lets get to rolling. Holding the cannabis filled paper in both hands, rock the paper back and forth while pinching it together until you've made a tube. Make sure to leave some at the end for your final roll.
5. Run your tongue along the side that is farthest away from you (adhesive side) and make sure your final roll is sealed.
6. Light it Up!!!!