The best way to keep the elements from ruining it is to store the joint in a container. A doob tube is a thin container made specifically to hold doobies. These tubes are usually made of titanium or plastic. They are designed as a discrete and portable way to transport a joint or blunt object.
If you keep your joints cool by following the strategies described below, expect to store them for up to 12 months without their quality decreasing too much. Even at the end of this period of time, you'll continue to detect delicious terpenes and feel the power of THC. However, if you leave them exposed to the elements, the quality will begin to worsen in a matter of weeks and will progressively worsen over the months. Countless variables influence the number of blows a joint receives, such as the number of buds you use, the type of paper, the thickness or length of the paper, its compaction and the specific force and frequency of inhalation.
Some users like to receive massive and prolonged blows, while others prefer them to be short and light. At the end of the day, the best we can do is work with a fixed model. For most cannabis lovers, between 0.5 and 1 g is considered a normal joint. In general, in our experience, it takes between 20 and 40 blows to completely wipe out a joint of this size.
Primarily, consider rolling smaller joints so that you can finish them in one go. If you tend to leave half-smoked joints on a regular basis, it may be time to reduce the size of your rolls. For example, consider smoking a whole joint of 0.3 to 0.4 grams, instead of inhaling half a joint of 0.6 to 1.0 grams of fat. Not only will this prevent bad smells in the future, but you can also get the most out of your buds.
In general, you should make sure that the temperature and relative humidity are constant and within the right range, since these two factors are your buds best friend and worst enemy. For cured buds, a relative humidity of 58 to 62% is considered ideal, at a temperature of 15 to 20 °C. In addition, the joints should be kept away from direct exposure to light. There are several routes you can take to remove the joint without destroying it.
The easiest method is to suffocate the joint and cut off the air supply to the cherry. This method works best with a glass doob tube, but you can also use sand. Avoid using plastic tubing, as a still-hot joint can melt the plastic. One of the most traditional methods of storing joints is to store them in resealable bags.
When fully enclosed, they can keep your Doobies safe from moisture and air, thus preventing their rapid degradation and maintaining their power. While this method is certainly convenient and cheap, it has its drawbacks. For example, you cannot keep half-smoked joints because they will burn the plastic. What you should keep in mind is any type of mold in the joint.
Leaving rolls pre-rolled on the desk, in a drawer, or in your pocket won't protect them from damage. Ideally, rolled marijuana joints should be stored at moderate temperatures, out of sunlight and in an environment with a relative humidity of between 59 and 63%. One of the easiest ways to store joints for your marijuana is the same one you can use to store fresh buds in a glass jar. The glass does not absorb odors and the lid creates an airtight seal.
You can also use what's called a “doob tube,” a cylindrical container specifically designed to store new, half-smoked joints.