Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps & Cones

The Only Lab Tested Blunt Wraps on the Planet!

Jungle Blunts are made from several types of fruit tree leaves and are Tobacco-Free. If you’re looking for Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps, you came to the right place. These leaves actually have medicinal properties and also contain TriterpenoidsTriterpenoids have been found to be effective for several human diseases, including various cancers. Terpenes have also been found to enhance the herbs you smoke. We never add anything to our wraps, they are naturally grown in the Jungles of the Philippines. Jungle Blunts were tested by Clips Labs recently for Pesticides, Solvents, Mycotoxins, Microbials, and Heavy Metals. We passed in all categories. Click to view Jungle Blunts Lab Test Results

Non-Tobacco Blunt Wraps

Our Selection of Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps & Cones

Tobacco-Free Leaf Wraps

Leaf wraps have been used for hundreds of years by indigenous people around the world who rolled the leaves into cigars and smoked them to relax after a hard day’s work. Although most people associate these with tribal culture, they are now becoming more popular in the western world as people look for a healthier alternative to traditional tobacco products. Jungle Blunts offers the highest quality all-natural leaf wraps on the market, and they are so easy to use. Simply open the packet and add a small amount of herb.

Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps

Wild-Grown Lomboy Leaves

In the video below, we are teaching some of our new recruits how and where to pick leaves. We avoid areas with the potential for chemicals or fertilizers to contaminate the soil, such as trees near houses or farmland. The trees we are picking from here all run along a small ridge with no runoff. All of our leaves are Wild-Grown in the jungle. You can learn more about our Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps from Lomboy leaves here.

Nicotine Free Blunts

Tobacco Exposure & Lung Damage

One of the downsides of using blunt wraps is that some of them can contain nicotine which is bad for your health and addictive. People who wish to avoid nicotine should avoid any blunt wraps containing tobacco.

“Smoking cigarettes can cause significant lung damage, including respiratory symptoms, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lung cancer. It accounts for an estimated 443,000 deaths, or nearly one in every five deaths, each year in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Data for the long-term effects of marijuana use on the pulmonary system has been scarce until now.” (1)

“We found exactly what we thought we would find in relation to tobacco exposure: a consistent loss of lung function with increasing exposure,” said the paper’s lead author, Mark Pletcher, MD, MPH, associate professor in the Division of Clinical Epidemiology at UCSF. “We were, however, surprised that we found such a different pattern of association with marijuana exposure.”  ~ Mark Pletcher, MD, MPH (2)

Fortunately, we created Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps and cones that are completely nicotine-free and can be purchased in a variety of flavors to suit your personal tastes. Jungle Blunts offers 5 types of leaf blunt wraps. Each is made from a different plant with a unique natural flavor, making it more enjoyable to smoke. We offer an all-natural organic variety that contains no chemicals or additives of any kind, making it the healthiest option on the market. Our Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps never contain nicotine.

Physical Characteristics and Wrapper Nicotine Concentration and Content of 5 Tested Cigar Products Commonly Used for Marijuana Blunt Smoking
Physical Characteristics and Wrapper Nicotine Concentration and Content of 5 Tested Cigar Products Commonly Used for Marijuana “Blunt” Smoking.

“Table 1 shows the physical characteristics, as well as nicotine concentration and total nicotine content in the wrapper, of each of the 5 tested cigar products. Depending on the product, the cigar wrapper contributed between 8 and 18% of the weight of the entire cigar article. The nicotine concentration in the cigar wrapper ranged from 4.7 to 7.9 mg/g, and the total nicotine content in the cigar wrapper ranged from 1.2 to 6.0 mg, per cigar.” (Peters et al.,2016)

Cultural Smoking Practices 

Jungle Blunts has 5 Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps to choose from, all of which are Ayurvedic Herbs. Ayurveda originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is the world’s oldest healing science. Each leaf has its own unique flavor. Lomboy (Brown or Green), Cacao, Guava, & Banana. These tobacco-free wraps are grown naturally in the jungles of the Philippines. These leaves have also been used to make tea in various cultures around the world.

The medicinal qualities of each leaf are well documented on the net. Lomboy has been used to smoke tobacco for over 200 years in the Philippines. Guava has also been used in the Philippines as a smudge for cleansing, similar to American Indians using Sage. It is also used to make tea. Check our list of Plants Used for Smoking.

Filipino woman smoking lomboy leaf and tobacco

Non-Tobacco Blunt Wraps

tobacco-free blunt wraps

Jungle Blunts Tobacco-free Blunt Wraps. Our Hand Rolled Exotic Leaves are Wild Grown without Chemicals or Fertilizers. 

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Religious History of the Lomboy Tree

Interestingly the Lomboy tree was the inspiration for Jungle Blunts Tobacco-Free Blunt Wraps. The Lomboy Tree is venerated by Buddhists, and it is commonly planted near Hindu temples because it is considered sacred to Krishna. The leaves and fruits are employed in worshipping the elephant-headed god, Ganesha or Vinaijaka, the personification of “Pravana” or “Om,” the apex of Hindu religion and philosophy.


(1) Kim, L. (2012). Marijuana Shown to Be Less Damaging to Lungs Than Tobacco. UCSF-Led Study Compares Effects on Pulmonary Function. University of California San Francisco:

(2) Pletcher MJ, Vittinghoff E, Kalhan R, et al. Association Between Marijuana Exposure and Pulmonary Function Over 20 Years. JAMA. 2012;307(2):173–181. doi:10.1001/jama.2011.1961

(3) Erica N. Peters, Gillian L. Schauer, Zachary R. Rosenberry, Wallace B. Pickworth,
Does marijuana “blunt” smoking contribute to nicotine exposure?: Preliminary product testing of nicotine content in wrappers of cigars commonly used for blunt smoking,
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Volume 168, 2016, Pages 119-122,
ISSN 0376-8716,