Rolling Paper & Rolling Accessories
It’s believed that the oldest rolling paper producing company started off in Spain around 1703, but In 1660, the Lacroix family began producing the papers; in 1736 they obtained a mill and founded the Lacroix Paper company, known as Pay-Pay. Alcoy is an area of Spain where hundreds of years ago the first paper mills in Europe were established.
Rolling paper is made from thin and lightweight “rag fibers” (nonwood plant fibers) such as flax, hemp, sisal, rice straw, and esparto. The paper is available in rolls and rectangular sheets of varying sizes, and has a narrow strip of glue along one long edge. It may be transparent, colored and flavored.
“What gets me ‘Higher’? A Joint or Blunt?”
Blunts don’t get you higher it’s just your body reacting to the additional buzz of the nicotine in the tobacco leaf, but if that’s what you were going for, you have your answer. Blunts definitely get you higher than regular joints made of rolling paper.
“What is better? Joint or Blunt?”
Out of everything the safest and healthiest choice of smoking would have to be joints, due to the lack of nicotine in the rolling paper.