What are Hemp Rolling Papers?

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The popularity of fiber papers replaced corn husks as the material for rolling paper. Fiber papers grew great popularity in Spain. One of the first companies to manufacture rolling papers was Pay-Pay in Spain where the mass production of paper began. Cannabis definitely existed when production started, but cigarettes were rare. Joints were unlikely the method for smoking since pipes were a commonplace way of smoking. 

According to MIT, The first hemp paper created was in 150BC. Although they are made from healthier material, it doesn’t mean that it is more healthier than any other paper that’s out there. In the end, smoke is smoke and burning paper creates ash and carbon, which is harmful to the lungs. 

Today, there are so many papers to choose from, but if you choose hemp rolling papers you’re opening up your world to the multiple benefits that it offers over other papers on the market. Hemp papers offer the perfect thickness and are easier to roll, even for beginners. Joints made with hemp paper will oftentimes provide a subtle aftertaste that won’t spoil the aroma of cannabis once it’s burned. Due to a myth, no, using hemp rolling paper will not get you high.

Hemp is not only a better option when it comes to rolling papers, but a better option for the environment. It is far better to grow than trees. The hemp plant will grow in a matter of months while a tree takes 40 years to grow. 

A growing issue happening in the industry is the production of bootleg rolling papers. Don’t let brown dye confuse you. Hemp papers are natural and toxin free. Hemp rolling papers are subjective by personal preference. Only you can choose your favorite method and way. 

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