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Cannagar blunts are a relatively new cannabis product increasing in popularity, so it’s more likely than not that you’ll find a pre-roll at Our Shop. The problem is that they can be pretty expensive. The priciest cannagars can cost thousands of dollars, and it’s normal to see pre-rolls selling for around $200. If you’re interested in trying this luxury cannabis item without giving up this month’s grocery budget, read on to find out how you can make your own cannagar.
If you enjoy a fat cannabis roll with a long-lasting burn, then you might want to substitute your next blunt for a cannagar instead. A cannagar, short for cannabis cigar, is made entirely with cannabis. The inside is packed with top-tier cannabis flower coated in potent hash oil, a combination similar to what you find in moon rocks. The outside is made with cannabis fan leaves, though you can use hemp paper as an alternative.
How to Make a Cannabis Cigar
There are two ways to make a cannagar: the hard way and the easy way. The hard way uses the same method required to make Thai sticks. Taking two toothpicks, you skewer large, dense, and sticky cannabis nugs together to form a sort of weed kabob. As you use the skewers to stack the nugs on top of each other, you wrap hemp twine around the nugs to keep them in place.
If it sounds like a lot, that’s because it is. Making cannagars this way is a tricky process because you need to keep the toothpicks close enough together to keep the nugs from breaking apart, but you also need to create enough space between the toothpicks to prevent a large hole from forming in the cannagar’s center. You need a hole for airflow—hence the need for the skewers to begin with. If you don’t use skewers, you won’t be able to smoke the cannagar. It will be like trying to smoke a solid log. No airflow, no burn. However, if the hole created is too large, the increase in airflow can cause your cannagar to burn too quickly.