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Healthiest Rolling Papers

Healthiest Rolling Papers

Thanks to an increase in health conscious smokers, the demand for adding tobacco into the rolling papers has dimmed out rapidly over the last few years In today's smoking industry, event blunt wraps that contain tobacco are being overlooked for a healthier, more natural choice. Due to the heavy increase of health conscious smokers, there has been more market for these types of papers. If you're one of the many smokers looking for a better way to roll, here are the healthiest rolling paper brands in today's market.

OCB Paper

Since 1822, OCB premium rolling paper has a long and proud history. Starting in the beautiful River Odet in France, they have specialized in the manufacturing quality smoking rolling papers, improving their product in every way possible. Starting with rolling papers in the 1930s, OCB sold 86 million packets of OCB were being sold with the USA, being the major consumer. Since then the brand has developed and introduced many new rolling papers. OCB rolling papers come in recycled packaging, complete with vegetable-based inks, making even the wrapper it comes in fully recyclable. The rolling papers are hemp-based and composed of GMO-free hemp grown on the company’s very own organic farms. This makes a vegetarian-friendly thin hemp rolling paper with a smooth, slow burn. To top it all off, the all-natural Arabic gum sealant fully encloses the flower and keeps it nice and sealed.OCB papers are now sold worldwide, being one of the largest suppliers of rolling papers with an excellent reputation of high quality rolling papers.

Zen Effen

 Zen Effen a top choice for natural rolling papers due to the extremely thin paper, meant for the most professional rollers. Although they are the thinnest paper on this list, that does not mean they are the no less durable, even rewarding you with a smooth, even burn. Zen Effen are made from pure hemp and a 100% natural Arabic gum for a strong seal with no hazardous chemicals. Zen shocks and amazes smokers with its perfect burn time, smooth flavor, and resilient paper.

High Hemp

High Hemp just shows why choosing all-natural hemp rolling papers and wraps are favorites when it comes to joint rolling. Not only is it an untainted flavor, they’re cutting out additives that mess with the flavors not to mention, unwanted toxins in your body. If you’re in the mood for something a bit exotic, High Hemp is great at complimenting the taste of your herb with its own unique flavor. High Hemp is also  vegan with a low environmental impact.


If hemp-based rolling papers don't call out to you, use Elements. Unlike most of the papers on this list, Elements are rice-based rolling papers. Whats really great about this rolling paper is not only the quality, but the packaging. Most Elements packaging includes tips and a magnetic closure to protect your papers from ll of the outside elements. Completed with and all-natural Acacia gum for a clean burn with minimal ash, these papers are quickly gaining popularity.


Perhaps the most popular brand on this list, Raw has long been a favorite to rookies and veteran smokers alike, due to the fact you can pretty much find it in any local smoke shop. Raw Organic rolling paper is made from organically grown, chlorine-free hemp, bringing out the real flavor of the flower. They are also watermarked for a slow burn, thin build, and little ash produced. Even their packaging takes it to the next level, being made from eco-friendly craft paper and held shut with a natural rubber band. 

King Palm

The most natural way to smoke on this list, The King Palm leaf is hand picked from a Singapore rainforest so you know for a fact they’re free of artificial pesticides and additives. Cleaned off with purified water, this results in a clean, all-natural alternative to traditional rolling papers and blunt wraps.The giant leaf also allows room for up to two grams of flower, so you can pack it as fat as you want.King Palms are also pre-rolled too so you don't have to worry about being a pro roller.

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