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There are a variety of ways to grind weed, depending on your preferences and needs. Some methods are more effective than others, but all of them can be helpful in different situations. If you’re looking to roll a joint, pack a joint, or just want to grind your weed before hitting the bong, here are six different methods that can help you out.

The Grinder

If you want to achieve the best grind possible, we recommend using a designated weed grinder. These are readily available at most tobacco stores and head shops. Simply load your weed into the grinder, seal it, and give it a good grind. You’ll be left with finely ground cannabis that’s perfect for rolling.

There’s a lot of different factors to consider when choosing a grinder. Do you want a pocket-sized grinder that’s easy to take with you, or a bigger one with more features? Some grinders have kief catchers so you can reuse your weed, which is a great way to be more environmentally friendly. No matter what your needs are, there’s a grinder out there that’s perfect for you.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to grind your weed, you can’t go wrong with a classic grinder. Grinders are designed specifically for grinding cannabis, so they’re usually the best option. Plus, they’re fast and convenient.

Hippy Picking

If you don’t have a grinder, you can sometimes use your fingers to break up your weed. This may take a little longer and the result won’t be as fine, but it’s a good method to use in a pinch. When smoking from a pipe or bong, you don’t need to grind the cannabis too finely – just plucking a bud off your weed and placing it in the bowl can work just as well. However, this method won’t be as helpful when it comes to rolling joints.

Of course, the advantage of this method is that anyone can do it and doesn’t need any extra equipment. But of all the methods on this list, this one is the least effective if you want your weed to be properly busted.

Coffee Grinders

Coffee grinders aren’t just for coffee beans. You can also use them to grind weed. Although they’re designed for coffee, they work very well for weed. Just put your weed in and grind it the same way you would coffee. You’ll have some fine, pleasant grass to roll. It’s quick and simple, and it gives you good quality ground weed.

There are some drawbacks to this method, though. Getting all the weed out of the grinder can be tricky. So be careful not to overdo it. 


If you don’t have a grinder, don’t worry – you can still grind your weed using scissors. This may take a bit longer than using a grinder, but it’s an easy enough method that anyone can do it. All you need is a pair of scissors – the thinner the better.

Place your weed on something so you can collect it after cutting it up. You may need to cut some parts off a couple of times to get finer pieces of weed. It can be a little tedious, but it’s still a decent way to cut your weed. A little hack is to keep the weed pinched in between a couple of fingers and keep cutting the collection until you reach your preference.

The advantage of this method is that all you need is a household item. The downside is that it’s not as quick and convenient as other methods and it can be difficult to get the same level of fineness as you would with a grinder.

Mortar & Pestle

If you want to go a more ‘traditional’ route, try using a pestle and mortar. The pestle and mortar is the oldest kitchen appliance in the world, but it’s still used today to help finely grind herbs and spices. That’s not all it can do, though – it can also be used to crush weed.

Simply put it in a mortar and crush it with a pestle. It doesn’t take long and can produce quite a nice product. It’s also easy to remove the finished product.


Grinding weed in a mixer or blender is not the best method, but it is possible. Mixers/Blenders can grind weed quickly, but the weed often ends up being too finely ground. This makes it more difficult to remove it afterwards. If you use a mixer, use it on a low setting and if possible use pulse mode to avoid breaking up the weed too much.


In conclusion, there are many ways to grind weed, no matter what your situation is. While tools like coffee grinders and blenders will do the job quickly and efficiently, sometimes you have to get creative and use what you have on hand. Heat, fingers, and scissors can all be used to grind weed if necessary. And if you really don’t want to grind, you can always buy pre-rolled joints. Thanks for reading!

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