Smoking a joint is perhaps the most recognizable way to enjoy cannabis. Joints are extremely convenient: easy to smoke, easy to pass, and easy to transport. Rolling a joint isn’t difficult in theory either, but rolling a perfect one takes both practice and skill.
Armchair experts have long debated the science behind what makes a perfect joint; there are the crutch theorists, packing and density experts, to those who have strong opinions on grind size. Out of all these long-debated theories, which, if any, are correct?
To help solve this age-old question, let's first consider how a joint is constructed. Joints are made up of the following parts: