Pre-roll packaging (pre-roll box, pre-roll tube, or pre-roll pouch) is a multi-piece pre-packaged designed to protect new pre-rolls from damage.

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Our regular pre-roll packs are 5-7 pre-rolls. Luckily, we support full customization and can customize pre-rolled packs according to the number of pre-rolled cigarettes you specify.

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The pre-roll packaging is convenient for customers to carry, and the multi-piece pre-roll box is cost-effective.

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We offer various custom types of pre-roll packaging.

Such as: square paper pre-roll packaging, polygonal pre-roll packaging, pre-roll tubes, child-proof pre-roll boxes and cigarette pre-roll packaging

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We offer various processes such as hot stamping, hot silvering, matt lamination, glossy lamination, spot UV, silk screen and laser.

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Yes, we do.

We can produce 100% paper packaging with child-resistant function, no plastic, environmentally friendly and recyclable.

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Marijuana—which can also be called cannabis, weed, pot, or dope—refers to the dried flowers, leaves, stems, and seeds of the cannabis plant. The cannabis plant contains more than 100 compounds (or cannabinoids). These compounds include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is impairing or mind-altering, as well as other active compounds, such as cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is not impairing, meaning it does not cause a “high”.[1]

[1] National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The health effects of cannabis and cannabinoids: the current state of evidence and recommendations for research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press; 2017.

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Marijuana is different from cannabidiol (CBD). Marijuana refers to the dried flowers, leaves, stems, and seeds of the cannabis plant. CBD is one of the many compounds, along with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), that can be present in the cannabis plant. CBD does not cause a “high” by itself. CBD can be derived from hemp, which is defined as any part of a cannabis sativa plant with no more than 0.3% of THC, or non-hemp plants.

In 2018, the U.S. Congress passed and signed into law the Agriculture Improvement Actexternal icon.[2] This law removed hemp from the federal Controlled Substances Act, effectively legalizing CBD if it comes from hemp.

However, a few states have not removed hemp from their state’s controlled substances acts, so legality of CBD products differs across states.

[2]Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018. H.R.2, 115th Cong. 2017-2018. https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/2.

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Scientists are still learning about how CBD affects the body. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)external icon approved Epidiolex, a medicine that contains purified CBD from cannabis plants, to help treat seizure disorders. The FDA has concluded that this drug is safe and effective for the intended use. However, other marketed uses of CBD may not be FDA approved.

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Marijuana can be used in a number of ways.[3],[4] Marijuana can be smoked in joints (like a cigarette), in blunts (cigars or cigar wrappers that have been partly or completely refilled with marijuana), or in bongs (pipes or water pipes). Marijuana also can be mixed or infused into foods like cookies, cakes, or brownies (called edibles) and can be infused in drinks.

It can be vaped using electronic vaporizing devices (i.e., e-cigarettes or vape pens) or other vaporizers. Compounds (or cannabinoids) in marijuana can also be extracted to make oils and concentrates that can be vaped or inhaled. Smoking oils, concentrates, and extracts from the marijuana plant, known as “dabbing,” is on the rise. Health and safety risks exist for each of the different ways of using marijuana.


[3] Schauer GL, Njai R, Grant-Lenzy AM. Modes of marijuana use – smoking, vaping, eating, and dabbing: Results from the 2016 BRFSS in 12 States. Drug Alcohol Depend. Apr 1 2020;209:107900.

[4] Schauer GL, King BA, Bunnell RE, Promoff G, McAfee TA. Toking, vaping, and eating for health or fun: marijuana use patterns in adults, US, 2014. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2016;50(1):1-8.

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Marijuana products that contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) can have health risks regardless of how they are used because THC is impairing and can affect memory, attention, decision-making, and risk-taking.[1]

Health and safety risks exist for each of the different ways of consuming marijuana, and scientists do not have enough evidence to say that consuming marijuana in one way is safer than another. For example, smoking marijuana can expose you and those around you to harmful chemicals.[5]

Oils and concentrates used in vaping and dabbing (which is a specific method of inhaling THC concentrates) often have highly concentrated forms of THC and may contain additives or be contaminated with other substances.[6] The effects of using these more concentrated forms of THC are not well understood but may include higher risk of developing cannabis use disorder.[1],[7] Vaping has also been linked to lung injury.

Marijuana and E-cigarette, or Vaping Use-Associated with Lung Injury (EVALI)

In 2019, a national outbreak of lung injury associated with vaping occurred. Data from patient reports and product testing showed tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-containing vaping products that also contained vitamin E acetate were linked to most cases. This outbreak resulted in over 2,800 emergency department visits and 68 confirmed deaths. More information about the outbreak can be found here.


[1] National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The health effects of cannabis and cannabinoids: the current state of evidence and recommendations for research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press; 2017.

[5] Moir D, Rickert WS, Levasseur G, et al. A comparison of mainstream and sidestream marijuana and tobacco cigarette smoke produced under two machine smoking conditions. Chemical Research in Toxicology. 2008;21(2):494-502.

[7] Compton WM, Grant BF, Colliver JD, Glantz MD, Stinson FS. Prevalence of marijuana use disorders in the United States: 1991-1992 and 2001-2002. JAMA. 2004;291(17):2114-2121.

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Pre-rolls can be made from either Indica or Sativa strains of cannabis, or a hybrid of both. The strain used in a pre-roll depends on the desired effects and the preferences of the producer or consumer.

Indica strains are typically associated with relaxing, sedative effects and are often used for pain relief and relaxation. Sativa strains, on the other hand, are typically associated with energizing, uplifting effects and are often used for increased focus and creativity. Hybrid strains are a mix of both Indica and Sativa and can provide a combination of effects.

Some pre-rolls may be labeled as Indica or Sativa, indicating the dominant strain used in the product. It's important to note, however, that the effects of a particular strain can vary depending on the individual and their tolerance level.

When choosing a pre-roll, it's important to consider the desired effects and choose a strain that matches those effects. It's also important to purchase pre-rolls from a reputable source to ensure quality and consistency.

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An infused pre-roll and a regular pre-roll differ in the way they are made and the ingredients they contain.

A regular pre-roll, also known as a joint, is typically made by grinding up cannabis flower and rolling it into a paper cone. The joint may be coated with kief or hash, but generally, no additional ingredients are added to the cannabis flower. The resulting joint is then ready to be smoked.

On the other hand, an infused pre-roll contains additional ingredients such as cannabis oil, wax, or kief that are added to the cannabis flower to increase its potency and flavor. The infusion process involves coating the cannabis flower with the additional ingredients, which are then absorbed into the flower through a process called infusion.

Infused pre-rolls are typically stronger than regular pre-rolls because the additional ingredients increase the potency of the cannabis flower. They also offer a more complex flavor profile because of the added ingredients. Infused pre-rolls are a popular choice for medical marijuana patients who require higher doses of THC or CBD for their condition.

In summary, while a regular pre-roll consists of ground-up cannabis flower rolled into a paper cone, an infused pre-roll contains additional ingredients such as cannabis oil, wax, or kief that are added to the cannabis flower to increase its potency and flavor. Infused pre-rolls are typically stronger and more flavorful than regular pre-rolls.

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Yes, it is possible for cannabis or marijuana to be addictive. Cannabis contains delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the main psychoactive substance in the plant. Regular use of cannabis can lead to the development of a substance use disorder, and chronic use can lead to the development of dependence, where the user experiences withdrawal symptoms when they stop using the drug.

The risk of addiction to cannabis varies from person to person and depends on several factors, such as the frequency and amount of use, the age of onset, the potency of the product, and the individual's genetic and mental health history. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), about 9% of people who use marijuana will become addicted to it, and the number increases to 17% for those who start using marijuana in their teens.

It is important to remember that while cannabis may not be as addictive as other drugs, it can still lead to problematic use and negatively impact an individual's life. If you or someone you know is struggling with a cannabis use disorder, help is available and it is important to seek professional support.

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A blunt is a cigar that has had its tobacco filling removed and replaced with ground cannabis. The cigar wrapper is then re-rolled with the cannabis and smoked like a cigar. Blunts are often considered a more traditional form of consuming cannabis and have a distinctive flavor and aroma due to the cigar wrapper.

A pre-roll, on the other hand, is a pre-rolled joint that is filled with ground cannabis. Pre-rolls are a convenient option for those who do not want to go through the process of rolling a joint themselves. They come in a variety of sizes and strains and are often sold in dispensaries.

In summary, the main difference between a blunt and a pre-roll is that a blunt is made using a cigar wrapper and a pre-roll is made using rolling papers.

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