Ideally, a pre rolled joint should last around 1-2 hours. However, there are many factors that can affect the longevity of a pre rolled joint, such as the type of cannabis used, the smoker’s tolerance, and how well the joint is rolled. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the main reasons why pre rolled joints don’t always last as long as we’d like them to.
How Long Do Pre-Rolled Joints Last?
Pre-rolled joints can last anywhere from one smoke session to several weeks, depending on how they are stored. To maximize the shelf life of your pre-roll, it is important to store it in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. If you do this, your pre-roll should remain fresh for up to two weeks.
One of the benefits of pre-rolled joints is that they are easy to store and transport. This makes them a great option for smokers who are on the go. However, it is important to keep in mind that pre-rolls exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight will degrade more quickly. So if you’re taking your pre-rolls with you on a hike or camping trip, be sure to protect them from the elements!
Type of Cannabis Used
One of the biggest factors that affects how long a pre rolled joint will last is the type of cannabis that is used. For example, indica strains tend to be more relaxing and couch-locking, while sativa strains are more energizing and uplifting. In general, indica strains will cause you to feel more “stoned,” while sativa strains will cause you to feel more “high.”
The reason why this is important is because the effects of indica strains tend to last longer than the effects of sativa strains. So, if you’re looking for a pre rolled joint that will last awhile, consider using an indica strain. However, if you’re looking for a quick burst of energy, a sativa strain may be a better choice.
Another factor that affects how long a pre rolled joint will last is the smoker’s tolerance. If you’re a regular smoker, chances are you have a higher tolerance than someone who only smokes occasionally. This means that it will take more cannabis to get you feeling “stoned” or “high.” As a result, your pre rolled joint will not last as long.
How Well the Joint is Rolled
Finally, how well the joint is rolled can also affect its longevity. If the joint is too loose, it will burn faster. Conversely, if the joint is too tight, it will be difficult to smoke and won’t stay lit very well. Ideally, you want your joint to be somewhere in the middle not too loose and not too tight.
The best way to achieve this is by using what’s known as a “crutch.” A crutch is a small piece of cardboard or paper that’s placed at one end of the joint to act as a filter. This helps ensure that your joint burns evenly and slowly, making it last longer.
Pre rolled joints don’t always last as long as we’d like them to—but there are ways to make them last longer! By using an indica strain and packing your joint with a crutch, you can help ensure that your pre rolled joint lasts for 1-2 hours or more.