August 18, 2018
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Accessory Review: King Palm Natural Leaf Wraps

Today, Alex reviews the King Palm Natural Leaf Wrap with some Gorilla Glue #4.

King Palm Natural Wrap

If you are anything like me, you are a kid in a candy shop when discovering new ways to enjoy herb. Today, we have something special that we reviewed, the King Palm Blunt Wraps. The King Palm Wrap is a non-tobacco, slow-burning, hand-picked and cleaned, and rolled by artisans. Each wrap is also chemical free with no artificial preservatives, glues, or flavors. 

You can enjoy these hand-rolled wraps by stuffing them with your finest dried-herbs you have available. I packed almost an entire gram of Gorilla Glue #4 in mine and went to town. Each kit includes a stick to help with packing your herbs in nice and tight. The direction provided instruct you on how to properly pack your wrap, it even comes with illustrations to assist you in how tight to pack each section.

Each wrap come with a natural corn husk filter to help was a really cool addition to the products. It prevented any loose herb from falling into my mouth and absorbed all the extra oils that may have seeped out from the smoking process because Gorilla Glue #4 is pretty resinous.

All in all, I like this product a lot. As a matter of fact, I have even started using these in my daily routine, taking the place of tobacco blunt wraps. You can order them offline in packs of two or even get the 25 pack if you are an everyday smoker. When purchasing just one they can be a little expensive, so I recommend that you buy the larger pack to alleviate some of the cost.

This product is a perceived healthier alternative to smoking blunts and really gives your herb amazing flavor. Super easy to use, barely any learning curve, and tastes amazing. Highly Recommended 7/8

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