CBD pre-rolls, also known as CBD cigarettes, are ready to smoke straight from the package. These hemp joints are hand-rolled with organic hemp paper and contain CBD flower. The flavored hemp rolling papers magnify the flavor and help them burn slow and smooth. ELLZ joints include one gram of ground-up hemp flower.
Smoke one and pass it to your friends during a gathering. Or if you’re chillin on your patio enjoying a relaxing smoke session, but don’t finish the entire joint, seal it back up in the little packet. The resealable foil pouch keeps it fresh until you’re ready to light it up again. If you bought the Classic CBD Cigarettes, tuck the leftover blunt back into its box.
Lastly, our ELLZ pre-rolled joints come in a variety of strains and a natural flavored hemp wrap. They contain less than 0.3% Delta-9-THC, so you can feel relaxed and at ease without the worry of intoxication.
Imagine coming home from a long day, a long week in fact! You’re ready to unwind and melt into the couch, or sit outside and listen to the peaceful sounds of nature. You’re not in the mood for a drink, you rather have something natural, something that comes directly from Mother Earth.
Enter ELLZ CBD joints. Smoking one of these pre-rolls not only feels great but works quickly because of inhalation. When you smoke, the effects reach your lungs and therefore your bloodstream quickly. So, the frustrations and stressors of your tough week can start to melt away.
Plus, every component of the ELLZ is natural. The hemp wrap is a proprietary recipe that includes hemp and organic plant-based ingredients. And the flower inside the rolls comes from farms in the United States. The hemp flower is grown without GMOs, pesticides, or other harmful chemicals.
Each packet includes a sticker with a QR code on it. When you scan the QR code with your smartphone, a link will pop up on your screen. Click the link and the third-party lab testing results will appear. These reports will tell you the exact CBD and THC percentages along with the total terpene content. You’ll also get to review the results of the pesticides, heavy metals, mycotoxins, terpenes, and microbial testing.
Although all the CBD hemp flower that goes into our ELLZ pre-rolls comes from U.S. farms, the specific strain varies batch to batch. The hemp wrap contains organic ingredients and has a natural flavor.
Finally, each ELLZ CBD blunt gets rolled one at a time by hand. All done with good vibes and lots of love.
Let’s take a moment to answer some of the most popular questions we get about hemp pre-rolls.
What is hemp flower?
The hemp plant has four major components, the stalk, leaves, seeds, and the flower. The flower, otherwise known as the buds (think rose buds), is one of the most significant parts of the plant. It’s beautiful to see and has a delightful smell, but it also contains a higher concentration of CBD than any other part of the plant, combined.
That’s why it’s so popular to smoke hemp flower joints, to get the benefits of CBD.
Does hemp flower have CBD?
Yes, hemp flower has cannabidiol (CBD). In fact, it’s a major part of its chemical composition. Hemp strains have about 12 to 16% CBD on average, with levels reaching up to 20% in some cases.
How does smoking CBD flower make you feel?
From anecdotal reports, scientific research, and our personal experience, smoking CBD flower can make you feel relaxed. It has the ability to minimize the effects of stress and create balance in the body through its interaction with the endocannabinoid system (ECS).
What does hemp flower smell like?
The flower or buds of the hemp plant have various smells, thanks to the unique terpene profiles of each strain. There are more than 200 types of terpenes, which give the plant its aroma. Some of the most common scents include citrus, spice, pine, fruit, floral, wood, and earth.
What are terpenes?
Terpenes are molecules that you’ll find in almost anything that grows from the ground. This includes trees, plants, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and yes, hemp too. Terpenes give the plant its smell and some hemp strains could have several types of terpenes. The more, the merrier. Not only from an aromatic perspective but therapeutically too. Research shows that terpenes have many benefits for our health. The most common ones include myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene, pinene, humulene, and linalool. Check some out and read all the good things science reveals about them.
Do terpenes get you high?
No, terpenes are not psychoactive. So, there are no intoxicating effects from consuming a CBD strain with a high percentage of terpenes.