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Smoking positive

We all know the perfect hand-rolled cigarette is the apex of every smoker's artistic self-expression, but have you ever paused to consider the ecological downside? Your cigarette papers, made (as the name suggests) from ordinary paper, are helping to contribute to the razing of the rainforests. That's just not cool. And trees disappear all the faster every time you get the urge to puff on a really big cigarette - you know, one of those that take six papers to roll. Bad trip. So what can you do, apart from taking to chewing your tobacco like Josey Wales? The answer comes in the reassuringly apt form of Canuma hemp papers. They're made from 100 per cent hemp, an environmentally friendly and renewable crop grown with no herbicides or pesticides, which is currently making a green comeback as clothing material too. Canuma cost the same as your regular papers, and make a smoke that's just as tasty. So fire one up today, and go hug a tree to show you mean its friends no harm.

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