Cannabidiol (CBD) is an all-natural substance found in cannabis plants. This compound has been shown to have many beneficial effects, including anxiety relief, chronic pain management, and more. CBD Pre rolls products like pre-rolled joints and pre-rolls are a popular way for smokers to get the desired psychoactive effect from THC without having to smoke a large joint or bowl.
What Are Pre-Rolled Cannabis Products?
Pre-rolled cannabis products are cigarettes made with marijuana instead of rolling papers. These are sometimes called joints, blunts, or spliffs. They contain the same cannabis that is used for hand-rolled joints. Pre-rolls are usually made of Cuban tobacco and filled with a mixture of marijuana and tobacco from the cigarette itself.
Rolling a pre-rolled cigarette or joint eliminates the need for rolling papers, filters, and using other tools needed to roll traditional joints. This convenience comes at a price, though. Pre-rolled joints are often less potent than hand-rolled ones because they use less marijuana in their construction. This makes them valuable to the traveler who wants to smoke on their way to the airport but doesn’t want to risk having large amounts of marijuana confiscated by security officers.
Pre-rolled joints are also more popular than hand-rolled joints because they are much simpler to make. No paper, tobacco, or rolling paraphernalia is used. Pre-rolls usually contain a 10–12 percent THC concentration, which is comparable to the average joint’s THC content. The exact percentage of THC in pre-rolled joints varies widely depending on the brand and strain.
Is Smoking Pre-Rolled Joints Safe?
The safety of cannabis is a controversial topic, as it is for other drugs. While cannabis can be harmful at high doses, if smoked properly it poses little risk of negative consequences when done in moderation. In the United States, marijuana is a Schedule I drug, but it can be bought legally in certain states and used for medical purposes. In countries where cannabis is illegal, it is still possible to buy it and use it safely.
There are no physical risks to smoking pre-rolled joints. It seems unlikely because of the pre-rolled cigarette’s material composition, but the effects of marijuana can vary depending on its source. The amount of THC in each joint depends on the strain used. Low-THC strains are very beneficial for pain management because they do not produce the “high” associated with high-THC strains. Some low-THC strains are also known to relieve anxiety and other disorders like depression and chronic headaches.