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What are Infused Pre-Rolls?

Posted by Tobias Corelli on May 07, 2024

Infused pre-rolls, also known as infused joints, represent a popular category of THC treats in the cannabis market and are designed for enhanced potency and flavor. These ready-to-smoke joints have been strengthened with concentrated forms of cannabis, such as oils, kief, hash, or even extracts like live resin. The addition of these concentrates not only boosts the THC content significantly but also modifies the sensory experience, often enhancing the inherent flavors and effects of the cannabis flower.

Are Infused Pre-Rolls Worth It?

Whether infused pre-rolls are worth the investment depends largely on what you seek from your cannabis experience. For those looking to achieve a more intense high, manage severe pain, or simply enjoy a more robust flavor profile, infused pre-rolls can offer significant benefits. 

They provide a convenient and mess-free solution without the need to handle sticky concentrates yourself. However, their increased potency means they might not be suitable for beginners or those with lower tolerance levels. Infused pre-rolls also tend to be more expensive than non-infused pre-rolls, as the added concentrate increases the cost of the joint.

Types of Infused Pre-Rolls

Infused pre-rolls can vary greatly depending on the type of concentrate used. Some common types include:

Kief Infused Joints: These pre-rolls are rolled in kief, the powdery resin glands or trichomes of cannabis, which fall off the flower. Kief is rich in cannabinoids and terpenes, offering a potent punch. Collected kief is often sprinkled on the cannabis flower before the joint is rolled.

Hash Infused Joint: Adding hash increases the THC content dramatically. Hash is a concentrate made from the compressed resin of the cannabis flower. As hash can have different consistencies, sometimes it can be crumbled over the cannabis flower. Other times it can be rolled into a toothpick shape and placed at the core of the joint.

Terpene Infused Joint: Specifically chosen for enhancing flavor and aroma, terpenes are added to these joints for a more aromatic experience. While terpenes do not add additional THC, they can contribute to the entourage effect.

Wax Infused Joints: Incorporating cannabis wax, these joints are among the most potent, suited for those seeking a significant high. Cannabis wax can have different consistencies as well but will often be placed off the core of the joint or around the outside of the joint in a spiral.

Live Resin Infused Pre-Roll: Known for preserving the flavors and aromas of cannabis, live resin is used for a fresh and powerful experience. Live resin is more the liquid side of things meaning that sometimes the joints can be coasted in live resin.

What is a Diamond Infused Pre-Roll?

Diamond-infused pre-rolls, including THCA diamond-infused pre-rolls, are among the upper echelon of cannabis products and the most popular of infused pre-roll types. "Diamonds" refer to the crystalline structures of nearly pure THCA, which are both visually striking and incredibly potent. The diamonds are distributed. When infused in a pre-roll, these crystals melt into the surrounding flower upon combustion, significantly elevating the psychoactive potential and making for an extremely powerful product.

How to Infuse a Joint

Infusing a joint involves several steps, primarily focusing on integrating concentrates with traditional flower. Here’s a simplified process:

1. Prepare your cannabis flower: Grind your flower to a consistency suitable for rolling.

2. Choose your concentrate: Depending on the desired potency and flavor, select from kief, oils, hash, or other cannabis concentrates.

3. Apply the concentrate: If using oil, lightly drizzle it on the inside of the rolling paper before adding the flower. For solids like kief or hash, sprinkle them evenly over the flower.

4. Roll the joint: Carefully roll the paper to ensure even distribution of the flower and concentrate.

5. Seal the joint: Enjoy!

Infused Pre-Roll vs Regular

Comparing infused pre-rolls to regular ones comes down to potency and price. Infused pre-rolls offer a significantly stronger effect due to the added concentrates. This makes them ideal for seasoned users or those with higher tolerance levels. Regular pre-rolls only include dried cannabis flower and are less intense by comparison. This also makes them typically more affordable.

Are Infused Pre-Rolls Stronger?

Yes, infused pre-rolls are considerably stronger than their regular counterparts. The additional THC, in conjunction with the added cannabinoids and terpenes from the concentrates, elevate both the psychoactive and therapeutic effects of the pre-roll, making them highly effective for both recreational and medicinal users looking for serious potency. Always take this into consideration when enjoying an infused joint or pre-roll so you can make the best decision for yourself and stay safe!

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