Amid chaos, I can count on my weed bag to be fully stocked and well-prepared with all of my blunt supplies. Each compartment of my multi-zippered travel bag contains a combination of smoking necessities, along with some everyday items that can be used in place of missing must-haves.
This medium-sized multi-zippered, 8” x 6” bag expands up to 3 inches, giving me more than enough to begin stacking the pocket underneath the top zipper.
The size of this bag fits up to four 13-dram (48.1 mL) bottles and a few packs of wraps stacked on top to keep from breaking. I also keep a bottle of eye drops on deck to eliminate redness and relieve irritation from everyday allergies.
Sandwiched in the middle, underneath a row of metal teeth, I keep a book of crutches, a lighter, Moonrocks, and lip balm. Having a book of crutches makes rolling up 1,000 percent easier. Pick, pull, fold, then roll the pre-cut cardstock into a crutch for a firm lip piece. Lip balm is another necessity. We always regret not having it when we need it, so I’ve made it a vital must-have in my canna-pack.
A lighter is always good to have because it’s the most important and forgotten thing. Moonrocks are definitely extra, but I see them as the guac to my blunts, so I just like to have them as an option. Everything in this pocket is within easy reach.
The bottom section holds travel-sized essentials such as hand sanitizer, mints, and bobby pins.
Hand sanitizer is always a good idea to keep handy. When it comes to getting the residue off your fingers, soap and water won’t do the trick. You’ll want the heavy duty disinfecting cleaning power, but as the skin begins to absorb the alcohol-based solution, your hands will be cleansed of resin, and smell fresh or, like my favorite scent, coconut.
Stay stylish while packing your pipe or cashing a bowl using extra bobby pins. We love these handy tools, but always find a way to lose them, so I usually take a few extras. Don’t forget your mints! When cottonmouth strikes, count on the tingly sensation of a cool mint to freshen up your breath and moisten your mouth.
Each essential has its place in my convenient carry all travel bag. Sometimes, I hide an extra lighter in the top pocket as a backup to my backup, use business cards for crutches, and joint papers as an option to repair tears in my wraps.
This is how I keep my shit together. Let us know in the comments section what is in your everyday bag of essentials, and how you organize your blunt basics.