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Updated February 17, 2021, by the Daily Marijuana Team

Medically reviewed on February 17, 2021, by Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.

Why Buy Pre-Rolled Marijuana Online in Canada at Daily Marijuana?

Have you ever wanted to try many different weed strains but couldn’t fit it in your budget? Or do you just enjoy the convenience of not having to roll your joints? Then join the pre-rolled marijuana joints Canada community because we got you covered. At Daily Marijuana, we cater to all customers, small and large. Don’t wait and take advantage of great deals on pre-rolled blunts and save. Get 20% off your first orders, earn rewards points, and unlock exciting gifts while supplies last! 

Here at Daily Marijuana, we offer a wide selection of pre-rolled blunts, joints, and all of your favourite wraps. We provide the option of mixing and matching your favourite pre-rolled wraps in different cannabis strains so that users can try a broader range of buds. We offer a quarter-pound of weed, a half-pound of weed, and one pound of weed for our mix and match offers. You can choose from over 100 of your favourite Hybrid, Indica and Sativa weed strains to treat yourself to all the tastes and smells that you want out of your pre-rolled products. We carry a wide range of related products and offer them at rock bottom prices, helping every person enjoy our top-shelf Canadian cannabis products. Try our selection of pre-rolled marijuana in Canada now, and relish the ease and accessibility these rolls bring.

 

Fine Selection of Top-Grade Pre-Rolled Joints

The Daily Marijuana selection of premium pre rolled marijuana includes pre rolled joints and blunts filled with cannabis from our Fire Collection. Our team of joint rollers creates some of the finest and fattest joints you will find. Each pre-rolled joint contains between 0.5 to 1 grams of marijuana from some of the most well-known craft cannabis farmers in Canada. Also, our prerolled joints are rolled upon order so that they stay as fresh as possible. Try some for yourself and enjoy the quality and convenience that await. 

Excellent Pre-Rolled Joint Deals

The most straightforward way to save when you buy pre rolled joints online in Canada at DailyMarijuana is to buy in bulk. The more pre-rolled marijuana you buy, the more you will save. For example, purchase a ten pack and enjoy a 20% discount. Also, if you are new here, you will receive 20% off your first purchase. 

Also, all orders over $100 will get free shipping throughout Canada. You can even earn generous gifts by ordering over $249. Spend over $349 and unlock our premium gift tier, and have your choice while supplies last. 

Shop now and buy pre-rolled marijuana online in Canada at our weed dispensary, and start saving big. For more information about pre rolled cannabis, please continue reading.

 

What is Cannabis (aka Weed, aka Marijuana)?

The marijuana plant (aka cannabis or weed) is a subspecies of the Cannabaceae family. You can place these plants into four main categories: Indica strains, Sativa weed, hybrid marijuana, and ruderalis strains. Cannabis has been used for ages for its long list of therapeutic effects, assisting with everything from relaxation to pain and even digestive upset. With cannabis legalization in Canada in full effect, marijuana has become increasingly accepted in society, both for medicinal and recreational purposes. No more are the days of feeling stigmatized for using the herb as a form of medicine or fun activity with your friends. Being at the forefront of the cannabis industry, Canada continues to make a name for itself by producing some of the highest quality buds across the globe. And, here at Daily Marijuana, we strive to provide only the best of the best for our customers. 

 

What are Pre-Rolled Joints (aka Pre-Rolled Marijuana)?

Pre-rolled joints (aka pre-rolled marijuana) are joints that come ready to be smoked. Instead of taking the time to grind up bud, find the right paper or wrap, and then actually rolling up the blunt or joint, pre-rolled joints are prepped and ready to go. All you have to do is light it up and enjoy the goodness that’s inside. They are, easily, the most convenient way to smoke a joint. These pre-rolled marijuana products are perfect for those short on time or who just do not care for rolling weed themselves. 

Pre-rolled cannabis also comes in large forms known as pre-rolled blunts. The main difference is the size and rolling paper used. Blunt wraps are used instead of the traditional weed rollies, and blunt wraps come in various types. Traditionally blunt wraps have been made out of tobacco leaves, but now you can find them made out of hemp, palm leaves, and so much more. 

The main ingredient in pre-rolls that get users high is the psychoactive cannabinoid found within cannabis called THC. And there’s nothing wrong with being able to get a quick dose of THC with pre-rolled weed. Many therapeutic and medical benefits of THC await. However, THC is a drug and can potentially cause adverse effects. However, CBD joints are also gaining popularity for any person who doesn’t want to get high from their pre-rolls.

Why Use THC?
Reasons Why People Smoke Weed

 

Different Types of Weed Strains

There are tons of cannabis strains in Canada. The list keeps growing with each passing day. This influx of cannabis varieties results from the intense cross-breeding of weed strains over the years that have given birth to new hybrid strains. Indica, Sativa, hybrid, and ruderalis strains are the four main types of cannabis in Canada. 

Cannabis Indica Strains

You can generally categorize Indica strains as shorter and bushier plants with dense buds that boast beautiful deep purple and green colours. Together, these buds are going to look a lot darker than your usual Sativa flower, and you’re likely to pick up notes of berries, herbs, and flowers. Indicas are known to induce feelings of euphoria, sedation, relaxation, as well as many other couch lock and body effects. These specific results make Indicas ideal for enjoying at the end of a long day or right before bed for a deep night’s rest.  The nighttime effects make Indica flowers some of the most popular weed strains in Canada.

Cannabis Sativa Strains

Sativa strains will grow much taller and more extensive than Indica plants, and they generally take longer to flower, too. You can commonly identify them by their large, fluffy, conical buds that showcase beautiful bright orange and light green colours. The combination is refreshing light, which pairs well with the Sativa’s frequent citrus notes. These strains generally induce a more upbeat, uplifting, and stimulating mood. Cannabis Sativa strains are ideal for those looking for a more focused, energetic, and uplifting high. Just don’t try smoking them before bed!

Cannabis Hybrid Strains

Hybrid cannabis strains provide the best of both worlds. They often offer a nice balance of both the cerebral effects of Sativa and the body effects of Indica strains.  On top of that, breeders create new hybrid strains each day, giving you a new option to choose from every time you smoke. This variety makes hybrid strains some of the best weed choices in Canada. Of course, it all depends on personal preference!

 

Where to Buy Pre-Rolled Cannabis Joints Online in Canada?

The most reliable cannabis dispensary you can find premium pre-rolled joints is at DailyMarijuana. We source our cannabis from the top master growers in British Columbia, Canada. We hand select our growers to ensure their quality-control standards match ours. Also, we regularly replenish the stock of our many strains to ensure only the freshest buds hit the market, giving our customers the best, tastiest strains to choose from every single day. All of our weed strains are lab-tested, handled, and stored with care. Our quality-standards extend to include our wide selection of pre-rolled joints. At Daily Marijuana, we make it our goal to ensure only the best weed online is available to our valued members.

On average, premium pre-rolled marijuana joints go for about $5 each. However, prices can vary depending on bud quality and the amount of weed in each joint (or blunt). Pre-rolled cannabis can be a bit pricier than just buying the flowers, but the convenience of not having to roll is worth it for many. You can also purchase batches of cannabis joints or even two-packs if you so choose. Doing this may save you some money, as brands often will provide discounts for a larger quantity. 

 

What are Good Alternatives to Cannabis?

The most popular alternatives to marijuana are cannabis concentrates and extracts. The benefit of weed concentrates is that they are much more potent and require less plant material to do the job. Canada’s most popular concentrates include Hash, Shatter, Budder, THC Oil, Live Resin, and THC Distillate. It is important to note that weed concentrates are much more potent than regular buds, so you should go slow and start small. 

If smoking isn’t an option, then weed edibles in Canada are worth a shot. Edibles are incredibly potent forms of cannabis, creating long-lasting highs that are much more body-focused than a pre-roll high. Like any other cannabis product, make sure you start with a small edible dose before consuming more. Be patient, too: these will take an hour or two to take full effect.

For all you psychedelic lovers, Daily Marijuana also offers psilocybin-based magic mushroom products. These treats are for those looking for an authentic hallucinogenic experience. 

  

Please visit our marijuana guide for a more detailed breakdown of all things Cannabis.

 

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