Rolling papers[ˈrəʊlɪŋ ˈpeɪpəz]
Any paper created expressly for encasing and smoking tobacco or Cannabis is called rolling paper. Other names for rolling papers are joint papers or cigarette rolling papers. Rolling papers are created from a variety of materials, each of which has its specific properties.
Rolling papers are available in assorted sizes and flavors, including singles, 14s, 12s, broad, king, and so on. The majority of rolling papers are composed of wood pulp, although they can also be made of hemp, rice, or flax. They can also have flavors such as grape, cherry, chocolate, and so on. Rolling papers usually come in cardboard boxes.