How to Grind Weed With a Homemade Weed Grinder
So you’ve got weed, want to roll a joint, but have no way to grind it. We’ve been there. If you plan on smoking more than that one single joint you should invest in a weed grinder. A good weed grinder is expensive and if you’ve only got enough money for one of ’em or a bag of weed—get the weed. If you’ve got some money to spare, we suggest using it on a nice weed grinder. You’ll thank yourself the next time your and smoke a nicely crafted joint. Speaking of joints, you know we sell Stuff Stoners Like signature rolling papers, right? Right now they’re only available in select headshops and dispensaries on the West Coast or available at our weedmaps shop, (which still hasn’t launched after 9 months of waiting) but soon we’ll be offering them here.
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Anyhow our friends from Kerline sent over about a dozen grinders for us to kick down and a couple for us to test. Stay tuned for a full review and how to win one in an upcoming post. So far we really dig it. It’s light weight and lot cheaper than the 5-piece SharpStoner grinder we’ve used for years. You can score a Kernline Weed Grinder on Amazon for less than $13. We definitely recommend it. But enough about store-bought weed grinder. You’ve got weed that you want to consume right now. You’re not trying to wait for the postman you want get get stoned now. So here are your five best options for making a homemade grinder: