what is a rose blunt
what is a rose blunt

What is a Rose Blunt and Should You Even Try to Roll One?

Do you know what a Rose Blunt is if you saw one?

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DanaSmith on Saturday Jul 8, 2023

what is a rose blunt

There are dozens of ways you can smoke pot.


But have you ever tried adding flavor and aroma to your already delicious weed? It’s completely possible to do so, elevating the experience of smoking and making it all-around much more enjoyable. While there are many known ways of adding flavor to your weed, one of the lesser known methods is to make a rose blunt.


Why roses?


Roses already contain sweet terpenes, and when combined with the terpenes in marijuana, it heightens the sensation of smoking. Roses have already been used since ancient times as a beverage or food enhancer. For example, in North Africa, roses are part of a traditional spice mix known as ras en hanout. Meanwhile in Turkey, there are many rose-flavored foods. There are over 200 different kinds of rose species known today, and they can all produce a wide range of flavors such as sweet, spicy, minty, or sour.


There are other benefits to smoking rose petals with your marijuana. Aside from being healthier than tobacco fillers, rose petals are fragrant and enhance the aroma as well as taste. As long as you source it properly or grow it yourself, roses are organic and 100% free from chemicals.


Many blunt wraps and rolling papers these days are unfortunately laced with chemicals and other toxic compounds. Finding a way to make your very own can be rewarding. Fortunately, it’s fairly easy to find and use fresh rose petals as a blunt wrapper.


Additionally, rose petals add a feminine touch to smoking a blunt. Roses are well-known for their mood-enhancing properties, and can help provide relief from fatigue and insomnia.


Choosing The Best Roses


Sure, there are many different kinds of ready-made joint and blunt papers widely available today. But why not try making them out of roses? It’s completely organic and natural, provided that you are using a pesticide-free source and flowers that have been completely untreated – which is why it’s best if you actually grow your own or know a friend who does.


Don’t use store-bought roses, such as those that are sold in bouquets. These are filled with pesticides and other toxins that you don’t want in your system.


The best roses for rose blunts are those that have large petals. It should already be fully open and not have any holes.


Then follow these steps below:


  • Dry the rose petals. Simply put 2 to 4 petals inside your oven or toaster at a time, ensuring they are evenly spaced. The petals have a high moisture content, and the water can make it difficult to smoke with – which is why drying them out is necessary.


The length of time required to dry them out in a toaster or oven will vary on the moisture content of your petals. Try heating them up for around 10 seconds at a time. What you are looking for is a texture that is dry enough that the petals could actually stick together, using the minimal moisture from their edges.



  • Once the petals are dry enough, begin stacking them one on top of the other until you have the size and shape desired in a blunt. In the same way you would with rolling papers, lick the edges of the petals to help them stick together. This can take a few minutes.


Alternatively, you can dip one end of a cotton swab in water and gently rub it on the edges to help them stick. If you have sticky marijuana concentrates lying around, you can also use it instead of your own saliva. This will also help make you even higher!


  • Once you’ve got the petals rolled up and stuck together, fill it up with weed. Again, the same way you would with a regular joint and rolling paper.



Making Dried Rose Petal Blunts



If you don’t have access to fresh roses but you do to dried rose petals, you can also make an alternative type of rose blunt.


All you need to do is to sprinkle some dried rose petals on top of the weed in your blunt. You can also run the dried rose petals through a grinder; this way it’s finer and easier to smoke. Close your blunt and seal it the way you normally do, and smoke.



Allergic Or Not A Fan Of Roses?


Some people don’t like the smell or taste of roses. It isn’t for everyone.


However, that doesn’t mean that you can no longer enjoy botanical-infused joints or blunts. There are several other types of herbs and plants that you can use as a topping to your joints, such as:


  • Lavender

  • Raspberry leaf

  • Passionflower

  • Lion’s tail

  • Blue lotus

  • Chamomile

  • Jasmine


Additionally, take note of flowers that can be toxic. Don’t use these flowers for smoking – or eat them at all:


  • Oleander

  • Rhododendron

  • Lily of the valley

  • Azaleas

  • Daffodils




Mixing up your cannabis smoking experience with the use of flowers and herbs is a safe, natural way to elevate your experience. Smoking a rose blunt is also a great way to mark a special celebration especially with your loved ones, or set a romantic tone with your partner.


Just be sure to do your research carefully to ensure you aren’t consuming anything that is toxic.





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