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Blunt and Joint Tips Are Becoming the Classy Way to Smoke

May 30, 2017

Cannabis can be enjoyed in a pipe, as an edible, or even as a concentrate atop a shiny battery, but a joint or blunt remains the most common way to share your preferred strain among a group without the need for tools or technology (aside from fire, of course). But even if the structure of a joint hasn’t changed, it’s high time for this consumption method to receive a well-deserved upgrade to serve a more discerning (and frankly, habitual) cannabis consumer.

(Courtesy of Just Perfect Pipes)

(Courtesy of Just Perfect Pipes)

What’s the difference between joints, blunts, and spliffs?

Phuncky and glass or metal blunt tips take an integral part of the joint/blunt structure, the crutch, and enhance it with functionality and personalization. Many tips have built-in screens or ash catchers to filter out any “Scooby snacks” that become dislodged during a given smoking session. The aesthetic flare of these tips range from the purely functional, clear-glass versions to branded 24k gold tips for ballers looking to burn both bud and Benjamins.

(Courtesy of Phuncky)

(Courtesy of Phuncky)

Joint and blunt tips may seem like ultra-specific products to invest in, but when the pipe is clogged or you’re heading to a party, the shortest distance between you, your friends, and cannabis enjoyment is usually a joint or blunt. This accessory has longevity (assuming you don’t chuck it out in a moment of absentmindedness) and can save you money in the long run—by using a blunt tip, you don’t waste as many rolling papers or cannabis since you can smoke your herb all the way to the filter.

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If a rolly or an L is your preferred method of consumption, consider classing up up your cannabis smoking experience with the addition of a tip. Not only can you customize your sesh with different designs, tips are also a nice, relatively inexpensive gift for your friends.

((Courtesy of Shine Papers)

((Courtesy of Shine Papers)

Do you use tips for your joints or blunts? Share your favorite brands or designs in the comments!

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Jeremiah Wilhelm

Jeremiah Wilhelm is a former strain researcher at Leafly.

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