Jungle Blunts Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions Updated 11/18/22

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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand you may have some questions. So we have added this Frequently Asked Questions page with some of the more common questions we get from our customers. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for visit our Contact Us Page and shoot us a message.

Do Jungle Blunts Contain tobacco?


No. We fully support non-tobacco smoking products and that is why we utilize medicinal plant leaves through our innovative natural process to make the best blunt wraps. Check out Dropping Seeds Herbal Blends if you are interested in quitting tobacco.

Do you use any chemicals in your wraps?

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No Chemicals

No, we do not add any chemicals to our wraps. Our product is naturally grown in the wild. We never add anything to them, which means there have been no chemicals used to grow the tree either. Have a look at our Lab Test Results Here

Why do my Jungle Blunts seem very dry?

Deciduous Tree

Most of us are used to tobacco leaf blunt wraps. Tobacco is an Herbaceous plant. (Herbaceous plants in botany, frequently shortened to herbs, are vascular plants that have no persistent woody stems above ground.) The tobacco leaves are cured and put through a fermenting process which helps retain moisture. Our new Sunflower Blunt wraps are similar to tobacco leaves. That being said, our Banana Wraps are fully dried even though it’s a herbaceous plant. Banana leaves have a waxy outside layer which gives them different characteristics than most herbaceous plants.

Our other leaves, Lomboy, Cacao, and Guava are all Deciduous trees Deciduous trees are giant flowering plants. They include oaks, maples, and beeches, and they grow in many parts of the world. The word deciduous means to “fall off,” and every fall these trees shed their leaves. In tropical climates leaves continuously fall off and there are some trees that do shed all their leaves once during the year.

Most deciduous trees are broad-leaved, with wide, flat leaves. Our leaves are only dried. The fermenting process is not used due to the characteristics of deciduous tree leaves. They should be and are dry for this reason. Adding a Boveda®pack can cause mold to grow on the bamboo so it is NOT RECOMMEND to use one.

How do you make sure that the leaves are clean and don’t have bugs?

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Only healthy leaves are handpicked and carefully inspected upon harvest. We clean the leaves with REAL Springwater which we collect from a nearby natural spring.

What about freshness?

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Fresh Leaves

Our leaves are fully dried. They can last up to 1 year or longer depending on where and how you store them. Our leaves are not like tobacco leaves and do not have any of the characteristics of tobacco leaves.

Are Jungle Blunts wraps comparable to tobacco?

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Sunflower Leaves

Aside from our Sunflower Blunts, our leaves are not like tobacco leaves and do not have any of the characteristics of tobacco leaves.

How do you roll a Jungle Blunt?

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Rolling Diagram for Lomboy

The original Lomboy leaf we introduced in 2016 could be rolled but it’s a little complicated. We introduced cones for that reason. There is also an illustrated diagram on how to properly roll Jungle Blunts. Once you get the hang of it it’s actually quite simple but when we introduced them originally too many people were having issues.

What do Jungle Blunts taste like?

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Smooth Tasting – Not Harsh

We have 5 leaves that have very distinct differences in taste. Many have used the word SMOOTH and we think you will find them to be excitingly different than anything you have tried before. Order our new Variety Pack and try them all.

Do Jungle Blunts burn fast?

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Slow Burning

No, all of our leaves burn nice and slow.

We add new questions to our FAQ page as we discover them. If you need further assistance with anything please feel free to call us anytime. Our information is on our contact page. If you want to learn more about our blunt wrap products you can also have a look at Product Info on the main menu and read more. A good place to start is our Medicinal Health Benefits page.