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How To Stop Your Joints From Canoeing





We've all been there: we've painstakingly put together the PERFECT roll, clean, clean lines and finely ground weed. But just after you go out with your friends, light up your joint, and enjoy the high, your join starts to burn unevenly. Your joint is burned on one side, while the other side is left untouched. Also known as 'canoeing' or 'running', this awful phenomenon is the norm for any weed enthusiast and even the most experienced joint roller. Frustrating, wasteful and a complete damper, a canoe joint can ruin a fun sesh.


This can happen for several reasons: maybe the day is windy and the icing is blowing, maybe the airflow is uneven, maybe your joint has rolled too tightly, or maybe your joint just wasn't well lit in the first place. Whatever the reason, you no longer have to live with this problem. Our team has collected our favorite ways to avoid a canoe trip and are happy to share them with you.

Perfect the role

A frustrating annoyance, a canoe joint can upset the fine balance of a fun smoke sesh. The joint can burn faster and waste your high-end weed - and challenge your joint rolling skills in a social environment. If you want to avoid canoeing or 'running' your joint, the first step is to roll up joints. There are tons of resources online to teach you how to roll joints, and here's one of our favorite videos on how to roll the perfect joint.

Turning the perfect joint is a finely tuned skill that can take years to perfect. Exercise is the name of the game, but follow the following tips to get there faster:

Avoid rolling uneven joints that are half loosely and half tightly packed - so that the entire joint remains tight and consistent. This aids airflow and helps the joint burn evenly, potentially avoiding canoeing. Keep in mind that tightness has its limits: too tight a joint can also cause problems, making it difficult for air to pull through.

Use well-cured cannabis


After perfecting the ideal roll, we'll continue to learn how to make sure your weed burns properly.

Using cannabis that has been properly cured and dried can make all the difference! A smooth, easy burn comes from a flower that has gone through the right steps to heal and dry it to perfection. The best-cured weed is neither too wet (so it can be wrapped too tightly to smoke well) or too dry (which can burn it too quickly). The best way to tell is whether your weed is properly cured, if it smells heavily of terpenes versus vegetable matter. It should be the right amount of dry but still sticky and pull apart easily and off the stem with little to no chipping.

 
Now that you have the perfectly cured flour, it's time to find the perfect grind. The most important part of a smooth burn is to ensure that everything you burn is of even consistency. While you may think you can achieve this with your hands, unfortunately that's not possible. Investing in a cannabis mill can change your game 10-fold. No matter how well you can break the weed with your fingers, you never get the finely ground cannabis that a grinder delivers. Although the consistency will never be 100% perfect, but the grinder can help you get as perfect as possible.

Light it up

How to light up your joint business! If your roll is the most perfect thing to ever exist on this planet if you don't light your joint properly, you can risk canoeing. If you have your joints sparking, try to burn it evenly and relieve it all around the joint.

To make sure it burns, blow lightly on the lit end of the joint and when you see a circle of embers glowing, you have it. If you don't see that circle, relight the areas that aren't lit. Depending on the weather, this can be challenging. Find an enclosed space, light up and continue cheerfully.


A little moisture goes a long way


If your joint is already canoeing, it can be a bit difficult to put it in its tracks. But don't despair! It can be stopped. By a quick “lick”, “baptism” of the joint or just the side of the joint that moistens canoeing, you can stop the canoeing in its tracks. This can cause the paper to burn more slowly on the side where it canoeing. Ultimately, this gives the dry side the chance to burn off and meet the wet side before it dries. This can help create a more even burn and take you out of the canoe purgatory. This is your last method, as a lot of cannabis is used in the process depending on the size of the canoe.


A session should be fun and enjoyable and a canoe trip can make things more difficult. Trying out our infallible tips can help you avoid social setbacks and help improve your joint rolling skills.

In addition, it has been noted that while automatic joint rollers are a great tool to help roll that perfect joint find article, it can also increase the chances of a canoe.
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