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Joints/blunts rolled in honey

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by toaster032, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. is it okay for you physically to smoke a joint or a blunt that's been dipped in honey? or smoking a bowl with honey drizzled on it? I've seen this in a couple youtube videos and a few people i know have mentioned it but i'm yet to understand why people do it...
     
  2. sometimes in the past i have used a little bit of honey or syrup to seal a blunt and let it dry, it makes it taste a bit sweeter n burns slower. Just make it sticky on the seal using a little bit of honey but dont soak it or get so much on there its smearing all over the gaff and you cant finish the roll
     
  3. Have you smelled burning honey? Not pleasant
     
  4. I haven't really noticed a difference in the high, but be sure to use sugar-free. The sugar caramelizes in your lungs or something
     
  5. My friends used to rub honey all over a blunt. I never complained or bitched about it or anything because it wasn't a big deal to me. When we smoked it, I didn't even notice a huge difference in the high, it was just sort of a waste of time to have to rub honey all over a blunt and then wait for it dry.

    Call me old-fashioned, but I just wanted to smoke a goddamn, unadulterated blunt.
     

  6. thats why you use literally just enough to stick it together, you just wanna get it sticky not wet :)
     
  7. No I understand using honey to stick it together, especially if you're gutting a cigarillo or something else without an adhesive already, but he said dipped papers or drizzled on bowls which would pretty much ruin the smoke.
     
  8. Honey works very well in letting the blunts burn slower. Did you know you can use chapstick too? Works just as good, but I prefer using some honey
     
  9. Using some Burt's bees seems like it'd work
     
  10. Ur not dippin ur joints in honey to smoke the honey.. U dip it in honey to make it burn slower n smoother n it works!
     
  11. Syrup also works
     
  12. Dipped in other sizzurp lol, never honey tho.
     
  13. ya, I feel you on that Highnez XD and about the whole sugarfree thing, unless your using like actual sugar granules it wont matter. heres the best method to dip blunts and joints in honey:

    1: Roll up your joints and blunts.
    2: fill a bowl with honey
    3: dip and roll each blunt in honey up until the last quarter inch where youll be holding the joint/blunt.
    4: hold blunt above the bowl and let all excess honey run off.
    5: take all your honey dipped goodies and throw them in the oven for 10 minutes on 250-300
    6: take out and put immediately into the freezer until ready to smoke.

    (its best to let them stay in the freezer over night and when you want to smoke one run your lighter over it for a couple seconds so its not frozen AF then light.)
     
  14. smoking that shit round here we call it cotton candy
     

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