A joint and a blunt are both forms of marijuana smoking. A joint is rolled with rolling papers made from thin paper, usually rice, flax, hemp, or similar type paper. The papers are usually flavored to enhance the smoking experience. A blunt, on the other hand, is made from the outer leaves of a cigar. The cigar is removed and then the marijuana is rolled inside the cigar wrapper. Blunts usually have a stronger flavor and aroma than joints due to the tobacco in the cigar wrapper. Additionally, blunts usually burn slower than joints and provide a more intense high.