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Why You Should Use A Filter When Smoking

Rolling an impressive joint is an art form. That said, the basis of most good joints is using a cardboard filter. Not only does this help form a better joint, it also elevates the experience when smoking it.

There are many reasons you should use a filter when smoking a joint, starting with those concerning your health. However, there are also other reasons to consider this strategy. These include correcting poor rolling techniques and maximising joint smokability. Filters can also help increase airflow to make your joint burn more efficiently. Not to mention, using a filter eliminates the hassle of a roach clip. How ‘80s to begin with!

Advantages Of Using A Tip/filter

There are many, many advantages to using a filter to smoke a joint.

With that said, there is absolutely no “best” kind of filter or filter rolling technique. Do what works for you. However, there are multiple ways to construct filters. Of course, being good at origami also helps. Newbies often start with the most basic and easiest-to-perfect option. They simply roll small cardboard filters into a compact cylinder. There are many variations on this theme. Step-by-step instructions are also easy to find online.

Despite what you might have heard, you can still get high from using regular tips designed for self-rolling cigarette smokers. The filters are designed to catch particles that are a lot larger than THC. This means that while you might believe you are missing out on something, don’t sweat it. It is way better to use a filter like this than to not use one at all.

Here are the top advantages to using a filter:

You Can Smoke The Whole Joint

The filter tip creates a much needed space between your lips and the burning material. This means you can smoke the whole contents of a joint much easier, without burning your fingers. It won’t crumble or dissolve so quickly. As a result, it will also help you conserve precious cannabis. Ultimately, joint filters make the whole experience, particularly in groups, not only more enjoyable, but more hygienic.

Using a cardboard filter to roll a joint is often the basis for prime joint construction. Beyond that, filters help to improve airflow and maintain hygiene.