On Thanksgiving weekend I tried using a joint filter for my first time. Having smoked weed for a little more than five years, I was excited to come across something that would seemingly help to clean up my lungs. Before heading out to Lynnwood for a quick outdoor sesh, I visited Mary’s in North Seattle and picked up a few pre-rolled joints.
After smoking a half gram joint of Artizen’s Dutchberry strain, the inside of the Filter420 was coated with a dark sticky substance. Proving it’s ability to keep the majority of the tar out of my mouth and lungs, the part that blew me away was the fact I didn’t cough a single time throughout the entire smoke.
I picked the Dutchberry strain because of how consistent it’s flavor profile is. I generally know what kind of high I get based on the flavor and potency of the cannabis flower that was used. When it comes to this particular strain, the smoking experience usually ends with a residue-covered crutch. For these joints, I don’t believe the Filter420 lessened the flavor or restricted any part of my high.
The tip of the filter improved my experience in a few different ways. The plastic mouthpiece provided a sturdier and less wet point of contact for the smoke and the filter really helped us out by allowing absolutely zero “scooby snacks” or other bits of weed into my mouth. The third and most exciting part of the tip was it’s ability to clean the smoking experience up to the point of absolutely zero coughing. Since I’m a heavy cougher, I would definitely recommend using these filters.
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