Cigars for blunt papers

Discussion in 'Smoking Accessories' started by super1up, Oct 20, 2010.

  1. super1up super1up

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    I was looking around the house and found a draw that had a shit load of Cigars in it :D. Some of my parents `friends`left em over apparently.Anyway I had heard about blunts but never actually rolled one so my question is can you use any gutted cigars to roll a blunt

    P.s The cigars are Royal Jamecia`s and their pretty old so their dry
  2. tenajtimmad tenajtimmad

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    it works a lot better with cheap black n milds phillys white owls etc. in my experience of working with a good hand rolled cigar it wasn't good and i consider myself a pretty good blunt producer so i dunno if it was because i wasnt familiar with working with a real gar.
  3. DanKJuggalo DanKJuggalo

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    You should be able to gut the cigars and use them for blunts. Only thing I'd worry about is that the cigar will probably be dried up, unless its been in a humidor. In case if they are dried try dampening them up just a little enough to roll the blunt.
  4. vapking410 vapking410

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    Lick it, slice it with a knife then crack it
  5. Grass-Smoka Grass-Smoka

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    Maybe you can do the same technique to bring moisture to bud, except to the cigar. Put the gutted cigar in a box with some orange/apple peels. Give it around 5-20 hours and it should be fine.
  6. kmak kmak

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    When rolling the blunt make sure you put alotof herbs in, in order you roll correctly there are also step by step instructions on how to roll them on YouTube
  7. LukeEatsAirplane LukeEatsAirplane

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    Here's a great video to help you out.

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  8. jab95 jab95

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  9. symondpole64 symondpole64

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    I am an occasional smoker. I smoked like 1.5 packages per day for 10 years, then I quit for 2 years now I started again as I said I smoke occasionally maybe once a day or less at the moment. My opinion about smoking is clear: people are mature enough what is good or bad for them so no one should interfere to them.

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    I am an occasional smoker. I smoked like 1.5 packages per day for 10 years, then I quit for 2 years now I started again as I said I smoke occasionally maybe once a day or less at the moment. My opinion about smoking is clear: people are mature enough what is good or bad for them so no one should interfere to them.
  10. cabriosnap cabriosnap

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    what does this have to do with blunts at all?


    anywho. if it's too dry, and you dont know how to roll, i wouldnt even bother. a lot of higher end cigars do not make good blunt papers since they use a fine tobacco leaf as the wrap. these will usually just crack and turn into dust when you cut and try to roll with it

    white owl, swisher, philly, ect ect....are much better brands to work with. usually the cheep-o generic gas station 3 pack brands are the way to go. black and mild's work also....but there kinda hard to get to stick together.

    i have even had some success with the mini cigars. i just hollow them out, stuff the small tube with weed, then cut the cheeseball filters off

    hope this helps you out
  11. cabriosnap cabriosnap

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    yeah man i just looked that brand up online. don't roll with those, they will fall apart.

    also...they go for almost 6 bucks a piece!
  12. mallitia95 mallitia95

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    I thought everyone rolled blunts with cigars...
  13. cabriosnap cabriosnap

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    well yeah. but there is a big difference in the wrap's between a 99 cent cigar and a 6 dollar cigar

    i have spent waaaay to much time at cigar lounges ;)
  14. mallitia95 mallitia95

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    I just use phillies or black and milds.
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  15. jakspar0w jakspar0w

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    white grape, white owl! suckaaaa :p
  16. Le0n Le0n

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    Blunts are originally CAnnabis wrapped in a tobacco leaf ie. Cigar, as the wrapping around the Cigar is a Tobacco leaf. There is a method for doing this, and I am unaware of its workings. I suggest you look up some tutorials or other alternative information online.

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