Treat the person you love or take some time for yourself by relaxing and rolling up a rose blunt. Rose blunts are not only aesthetically pleasing but provide unique benefits to improve the quality of your smoking experience. The essential oils from the roses help reduce coughing and soothe the throat. They’ve been used for years and continually grow in popularity.
There are some important things to keep in mind before rolling your weed with the petals. First, do not purchase your roses from the supermarket. These roses are riddled with pesticides to maintain their beauty and color, not to be ingested. Your best bet is to go organic. Do your research online or reach out to someone you know who grows roses without the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals.
If you’re able to obtain some organic roses and you’ve got some quality bud to roll up, stay tuned to learn how to roll a rose blunt. There are quite a few extra steps compared to rolling a normal blunt; however, all the extra effort is worth it in the end. By the end of this article, you’ll feel confident on how to roll a rose blunt with skill.
What You’ll Need
Although there are a few extra steps required, there aren’t many things you’ll need to roll a rose blunt. Most of the stuff you should already have, aside from the rose petals. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Marijuana (Flower)
- Organic, clean rose petals
- Oven (regular baking oven or toaster oven)
Hint: Make sure to have a clean rolling space set up for you to roll and to place all the necessary ingredients or tools.
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How To Roll A Rose Blunt
Now it’s time to dive in and learn how to roll a rose blunt. Follow along with the steps, remember to take your time, and have fun with it. All the extra effort makes the final result worth it. You’ll understand once you spark up that rose blunt for the very first time!
Step One: Preparation
As mentioned previously, make sure to have a clean area to place all of your things and to roll the rose blunt. Have everything set up and organized so that once the rose petals are ready, you have everything you need to roll up your weed.
During this step would be a good time to break down your tree using your grinder, or you can break the flower down with your fingers if you prefer, it’s your blunt after all. Next, take your rose petals and trim the base off where the petals connect to the rest of the flower. It’s best to remove the harder, thicker part to ensure the rolling process goes smoothly.
Rinse off the petals once more to remove any excess contaminants or greenery. Dry the petals, but be gentle.
Step Two: Place The Rose Petals In The Oven And Bake
Now, take your petals and lay them out on a cooking sheet. Make sure they are flat with the rounded side facing up. The edges of the petals should be lying face down on the cooking sheet. This will ensure they start to roll up or fold properly.
Bake them in the oven—or toaster oven—on broil for approximately 10-15 seconds and you can watch as they begin to wilt. You’ll have to mess around with the temperatures and keep a close eye on the petals. They should become soft and flexible. The rose petal’s color should also darken.
About halfway through, lick each petal (about halfway) and press them together so they start to form into the shape of a blunt. Around three petals are traditional joint size; however, feel free to make it whatever size you prefer.
After you complete this step, place the rose petals back in the oven for another 10-15 seconds so they can form the wrap. This will allow the petals to dry out a little more and help the rose blunt burn better.
Step Three: Time To Roll The Rose Blunt
Remove the rose petal blunt from the oven. Make sure to take the necessary precautions when removing anything from the oven. Now it’s time to roll the rose blunt. Take your freshly ground flower and add it to the blunt. This is the part you be familiar with: roll the rose blunt exactly how you would a joint.
If you need a refresher or are new to rolling joints, check out this article and follow a step-by-step process on how to roll a joint.
Make sure the rose blunt is packed full and to both ends for a nice, smooth, and even burn.
Final Step: Finalizing The Rose Blunt
Don’t forget this last step because it ensures your rose blunts smokes perfectly and gives you the best high possible. Place your rose blunt back into the oven for an additional 10-15 seconds so it can dry and set.
Remove the blunt and allow it to cool for a few minutes so that the petals can dry properly. Keep in mind, the blunts or papers you normally roll with have little to no moisture in them, that’s how you get that nice, even burn.
Once you’ve removed the rose blunt and allowed it to cool, it’s time to spark up and enjoy all your hard work. The rose blunt should be sealed nicely and pretty to look at. Whatever color rose petals you chose will make a bright, beautiful blunt.
Now it’s time to enjoy all the added benefits to rolling a rose blunt and take some time for yourself. Snap a picture to save the memory and share the idea with your friends!