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What are Infused Pre-Rolls? A Deep Dive

What are Infused Pre-Rolls? A Deep Dive

Joints are among the most widely used methods of consuming cannabis. However, innovation has allowed marijuana producers to create products like dabs, which have significantly higher THC potencies than cannabis buds. Consequently, many avid tokers started favoring concentrates, reducing the popularity of joints. 

Nevertheless, joints are making a comeback in the form of infused pre-rolls. Although cannabis concentrate dabs offer better potency and an elevated smoking experience, you must use accessories like dab rigs to fully enjoy them. As a result, they are not suitable for tokers who prefer to consume cannabis discreetly and on the go. Fortunately, infused pre-rolls solve this problem without compromising the potency of your weed.

What Are Pre-Rolls?

To understand what infused pre-rolls are, you must first know the difference between joints, spliffs, and blunts. The difference between pre-rolls and blunts boils down to the materials used to produce them. Pre-rolls or joints are made using rolling papers, which are light and thin. On the other hand, blunts are created using hemp or blunt wraps, which are thick and often contain tobacco. 

Splifs are kind of an in-between for joints and blunts. A spliff is a mix of cannabis and tobacco wrapped inside a rolling paper. Therefore, they are not conventional pre-rolls since they contain tobacco.

What Are Infused Pre-Rolls?

Infused pre-rolls are pre-rolled cannabis joints mixed with concentrates either inside the pre-roll, on the outside paper, or a combination of both. Some of the most popular dabs in these products include wax, live rosin, and hash.

Why Are Infused Pre-Rolls Gaining Popularity?

There are plenty of reasons why tokers love infused joints. Pre-rolls are already very convenient products for marijuana consumers who don’t know how to roll a joint. Mixing them with concentrates allows tokers to get high potency levels of dabs without forfeiting all the convenience of pre-rolls. 

What’s more, the packaging for pre-rolls and infused joints are easily transportable and discrete. Items such as pre-roll tubes can fit snugly in pockets and handbags. Marijuana brands can also use customized cones and joint boxes for infused pre-rolls to market their products. 

Furthermore, unless you’re an expert at rolling joints, infused pre-rolled joints are likely to have better-quality construction than the ones you may create. However, this shouldn’t discourage anyone from making their own infused joints.

Infused pre-rolls also have a wide variety of potency levels. Plus, they are more affordable than dabs and ready to smoke without needing any accessories apart from a lighter. Consequently, infused joints are excellent for cannabis fanatics with higher weed tolerance. 

Common Dabs Found In Infused Joints

Several concentrates are suitable for creating infused pre-rolls. Here’s an overview of the most popular ones. 


Cannabis enthusiasts consider hash as one of the original concentrates, dating back centuries. It is simply kief that has been placed under immense heat and pressure and transformed into a highly concentrated solid dab. Hash is usually broken down into smaller pieces when infusing with pre-rolls. 


Wax is an opaque marijuana concentrate with a malleable texture. These dabs come in various forms, from a runny, sticky consistency called badder to more solid forms like crumble. The latter can easily be crushed into small pieces and fit into a joint when infusing. 


Sauce is a type of cannabis extract with a sticky, liquid viscosity. It is famous for its extensive flavor profiles thanks to high terpene levels. When creating sauce, cannabis producers aim to acquire a mixture of two products; cannabinoid-rich crystals with high THC levels and terpene-rich oil. 

Can You Add Terpenes To Infused Pre-Rolls?  

Adding terpenes when infusing joints is a growing trend in the cannabis community. The terpenes add flavor and aroma to the infused joint, which can help improve the smoking experience. However, getting the right combination of terpenes and cannabis flower can be tricky since they all have different chemical compounds. 

The Bottom Line

Infused pre-rolls are undoubtedly a significant step up from regular joints. These pre-rolls offer high potency levels, like marijuana concentrates, with the ready-to-use convenience of joints. As a result, they are versatile cannabis products that many avid tokers appreciate.

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