King Palm natural leaf rolls (tobacco free) are individually handmade. These leaves are very slow burning and allow you to achieve a tight pack for a full flavor smoke. These leaves are from the flowering tree of the Cordia (Borage) Family grown in their collective of farms across Southeast Asia. Natural for this product means these leaves were not grown with toxic fertilizers and were not officially flavored. Palm leaf, corn husk, and paper are all biodegradable and sustainable.

Our King Palm natural leaf rolls are kept fresh with a Boveda 62% humidity control packets. A 62% level of humidity is great for King Palm leaf and most medicinal plants, which will allow you to reuse this humidity packet with other products!

 

DIRECTIONS:

Remove the inserted paper tube, grind your herbs to a semi chunky consistency, and remove stems before filling to avoid cutting the leaf. Lay the roll sideways and use the pointy side of our packaging tool to fill the roll half way through, then hold your roll up onto a flat surface and use the flat side of the packing tool to push down so that the herbs are compressed tightly and evenly, just enough to avoid tearing the leaf, repeat these steps until full, this will ensure a slow and flavorful burn. King Palm is rolled with the best all natural, squeezable corn husk filter. Do not smoke the corn husk filter. Do not remove or smoke the black, blue, or gold paper band. It is best to keep King Palm rolls stored in a cool and dark environment, with a humidity level between 62% and 72%.

1. Use a Chunky Grind

2. Compress Firmly

3. Squeeze & Pop to Activate Terpene Infused Flavor (Berry Terps & Watermelon Wave)

 

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