Discussion in 'Medicating' started by TheDankMann, Oct 28, 2010.
ive done it many times with a blunt. awesome
Yeah I always use a butter knife to spread a thin stripe down the paper several times it helps to heat up the knife I was also wondering if I could use roaches to make oil from soaking resin coated items in isopropyl alcohol then filtering and reducing that's how I make it. But for sure I almost always use oil for joints/blunts I mostly use bong though but a little oil bead in the middle of a bowl is good stuff to
okay this is for everyone, i personally have smoked 8 or 9 joints lined with honey, just a very little dipped with my finger and evenly spread across the joint and i have four things to say about it 1. it gives it a very pleasant aftertaste as you exhale, not really harsh at all as long as you didnt use a shit ton. 2. it completly takes away the possibility of running, canoeing,lining whatever you call it. 3. as a fact it does burn a lot slower, we had two j's same size,same paper, same bud, passed around four people, the reg j went around 5 times between us, the honey 8 so there is somthing to this. 4. this is directly to you motor boater: talking about carcinogins, dude if you havent realized i believe about 80% of pot smokers smoke cigs as well so i dont think they care about that.
Honey Blunts Used To Be So Pimpish, Man You Could Pass Those Things Forever. Honey Oil IS Pimpish We Put That Sh#@ On Everything
Really no idea about this............. will try it....
Did it once back in the day, fat blunt with a bit of honey, was so live
How about mixing some shake with honey...till it makes it think and herby and roll with that?
honey is great when you need a little more "glue" on your older or glue-free papers.
If you roll the joint in honey, put some keefe down on the table and roll the honey in the keefe too!
I do it all the time. It is REALLY FUCKING EASY. And it burns smoooooothly.
One tip: Glaze your joint with honey a lil bit and then put grinded weed on it. Would be SMASHINGGGGGG
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