Boasting notes of blood orange, jojoba and lavender, Mineral’s Sousa is a nourishing oil for dry and inflamed skin. The potion actively reduces inflammation, and increases circulation and cell turnover—aka dead skin cells being replaced by younger cells. With cannabinoids (CBD and CBG) and terpenes (linalool and limonene) at work, Sousa is also boosted by patchouli, eucalyptus, calendula and almond oil. Simply apply after a shower and massage until absorbed.
Designed by Ninon Choplin of LA-based studio neenineen, the Elbow Pipe harkens back to the brand’s stoneware tobogan pipe, but has been made for Tetra in an exclusive borosilicate glass edition. This delightfully chubby but ergonomic tube pipe, available in transparent blue or pink, offers a window to watch the smoke within. When not in use, it’s pretty enough to be displayed as an objet d’art.
Available in four colors—white, sky blue, coral, and our pick taro—Mister Green’s new LA Weed Tours Tee features a decidedly retro-looking design, on top of their West Hollywood address. The discharge screen printing technique used means that the shirt’s color is removed and replaced, rather than just coated in color, and the ring-spun cotton is enzyme-washed in order to feel soft and worn from the start.
Made with 750mg broad spectrum hemp CBD and essential oils, Prima’s R + R Cream offers sore muscles some relief. With menthol, peppermint and tea tree providing tingling and cooling sensations, rosemary acts as an anti-inflammatory and other ingredients promote relaxation, and blood flow. The pleasantly scented lotion is made in California and tested in a third-party ISO/IEC-accredited and ORELAP-certified facility—meaning you’re guaranteed a high-quality product, from potency to purity..
Cannabis brand Old Pal’s “Legalize Humanity” T-shirt represents far more than a stoner mantra. With 100% of the proceeds going to the Border Network for Human Rights, the shirt asks that our moral compass override legal boundaries. The message is printed on medium weight cotton and the shirt is available in black or white.
With 10 individual packets including 10mg of THC each, Ripple’s dissolvable powder is flavorless, and calorie-, sugar- and GMO-free. Thanks to technology developed by Stillwater Brands, the dose is fast-acting and free from unpleasant odors or tastes. It is a welcome addition to virgin bases—seltzers, smoothies, coffee, etc—and provides just enough of a high to afford relief. For availability refer to the brand’s product locator page.
Whether used as the base for a cannabis-heightened Moscow Mule or as a standalone drink, Magic Number’s cannabis-infused ginger beer is subtle enough, at only 3mg, for first-timers or for those looking for mild highs. The beer itself is made using only three ingredients: sustainably-grown Peruvian ginger, natural cane sugar and water. For the listed price, you’ll receive one 12 oz bottle; for availability, refer to the brand’s product locator page.
Infused with 10mg of water soluble THC distillate, Oh Hi’s pomegranate seltzer is tangy, juicy and fruit-forward. The concoction, made from all-natural ingredients, is refreshing and low in sugar (only five grams) and can be the bubbly base for any cannabis-focused cocktail. For availability near you, refer to the brand’s product locator page.
Rather than mask the smell of cannabis smoke, Veil’s OG Room Spray eliminates burnt terpene molecules in the air. This concoction is comprised of all-natural, non-toxic essential oils and boasts subtle notes of sweet orange and black pepper with a layer of Virginia cedar. Delightful and light, the room spray (which comes in an eight-ounce bottle) is also colorless, so it won’t stain fabrics.
Infused with 15mg of hemp-derived CBD, Aurora’s rosemary grapefruit-flavored elixir is soothing but ultra-subtle. It invokes a feeling of imbibing but it doesn’t inebriate or induce unsavory side effects. Piney but slightly sweet and citrusy, the beverage is delectable, effervescent and does well on its own or over ice. You’ll receive four bottles for the listed price.
Explicitly defined as potent, but dosed to be divvied out into 10mg shots, Colorado-based Keef Brand’s THC-infused lemonade is a sweet and summery addition to any virgin base. Whether it’s mixed into sparkling water (our preference) or into a complex mocktail, the lemon flavor tastes more like a lemon candy than artificial lemon flavoring. Plus, it grants a sizable dose of Vitamin C, B3, B6 and B12. To find it near you, refer to Keef Brands’ product locator page.
With cannabis and cannabis-adjacent products finding acceptance (and legalization) in more locations, it can be challenging to choose one place to stash or store them all. Another Room offers a solution: a cheeky travel kit—either adorned with the slogan “Totally Not Weed” or a hazy smiley face—that includes joint holders, an AR branded lighter and a mirror. Though these items come pre-arranged inside the kit’s soft, zipper-sealed bag, there’s still plenty of room for the rest of your accessories. Price is in CAD.
With a pleasant aroma of organic eucalyptus and lavender, Beam’s “The Fixer” salve is soothing for muscular aches and pains—and for the mind. The one-ounce jar comes packed with 500mg of organic pharmaceutical-grade, full-spectrum CBD oil, beeswax and medium-chain triglycerides—the latter two give your skin an unmistakable softness.
A no-mess vaporizer, the Omura Series 1 Vaporizer heats (rather than burns) whole flower, which is packed into a tiny, pre-dosed stick. The stick (which is available in packs and sold separately) is tucked into the vaporizer and to smoke it, users simply press the button until the device vibrates—then inhale as it heats. The smoke is much less harsh than a joint, but you retain the true flavor and aroma of cannabis flower—with no charring or ash.
This natural soy candle from Homesick boasts top notes of cannabis, without being overpoweringly herbal. Rather, it’s balanced out with citrus, as well as earthy and lightly camphoraceous scents—thanks to bergamot, cedar, sandalwood, musk and patchouli. This hand-poured candle offers 60-80 hours of burn time.
Perfect for rookie cannabis cooks, Edibles is 130+ pages of low-dose sweet and savory snacks that are perfect for sharing. Beyond the classic pot brownie (which is included), there are mac-n-cheese bites, sliders, tea sandwiches, cheesecakes, apple crumble and more. The introduction explains all the vital details—from strains to potency, odors and terpenes; to the benefits of various cannabinoids; dosage and equipment. Of course, there are plenty of dairy- and gluten-free recipes too.