The quality of a joint is determined by the quality of the weed. A joint is made up of marijuana, rolling papers and tobacco. The average joint contains about 0.5 grams of weed, which is about one hit.
There are many factors that determine the quality of weed: potency, taste, smell and appearance. Generally speaking, the higher a strain’s THC content, the better it will be for you because it will have more psychoactive effects.
There are several ways to tell if weed is good or bad:
- If it tastes like dirt or smells like hay then chances are high that it isn't good quality.
- The color can also be an indication - if it's green then there's a chance that there's mold or fungus on it , which produces a chemical called mycotoxin.
- If the weed is overly dry then it's likely to turn into dust when you smoke it.