Written by journalist and former West Coast editor of High Times, David Bienenstock, this guide to marijuana isn’t for rookies. Experts will enjoy the deep-dive into all things cannabis—from the plant’s lifecycle, customs, culture, recipes, travel tips and more. Not only super-informative, it’s also funny and compelling.
Infused with organic, full-spectrum hemp and 28 active botanicals, the Kana Skincare lavender hemp sleeping mask is a luscious potion that leaves skin feeling nourished. The oil—which uses phytocannabinoid (a natural pain-reliever and relaxant), hyaluronic acid, sativa hemp extract, beta-glucan (an anti-wrinkle agent) and lavender to improve skin’s hydration and brightness—also promotes relaxation at bed time. Simply apply an even amount to your face and neck, and let it absorb. Next morning, rinse it off and enjoy the smooth, soft sensation.
Essentially a couple of excerpts from Broccoli‘s first issue, this set of eight Weed Ikebana postcards contains lush images of arrangements by Amy Merrick. Printed in Portland, OR on heavyweight eggshell art paper, these full-color cards are ideal for correspondence with your favorite 420-friendly art enthusiast.
High Times and Japanese brand Wacko Maria collaborated on a capsule collection that boldly celebrates cannabis culture. From it, these swim shorts are anything but subtle—emblazoned with the magazine’s various logos and marijuana leaves. With an elasticized drawstring waistband and plenty of pocket room, they’re a classic shape and fit, with a not-so-classic all-over print.
Water-based and CBD-infused, this personal lubricant promotes sexual wellness and pleasure. The CBD oil boasts anti-inflammatory and muscle-relaxing properties and also encourages blood flow. With no silicones, parabens, glycerins, the result is purely an increase in sensation.
With 250mg of CBD in Life Elements’ limited edition Mercury Retrograde bath bomb, this ball of bliss delivers an extra-strength dose of relaxation. Other ingredients include frankincense, myrrh, patchouli, palo santo, eucalyptus and more essential oils. That said, there are no chemicals or preservatives—and no foaming agents so the bathing experience is quite natural.
With 66% THC and 7% CBD, dosist’s Bliss formula is named so for good reason. Available in a pre-filled, recyclable vaporizer (with no battery required) this particular pen contains 200 doses at 2.25mg per dose. This uplifting strain is made up of 88% cannabinoids and 12% terpenes.
Made with 200mg of full-spectrum CBD, this cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil is mostly comprised of high-quality California Arbequina olives. More than taste delicious, it also purports to boost efficient digestion and reduce anxiety and inflammation. Made with sustainably sourced ingredients, there’s also no THC, so it’s entirely non-psychoactive.
Designed by Solstice Studio, the super-sophisticated Nomad Travel Pipe is a compact evolution of the one-hitter. With a base forged from brass, it has a sliding aluminum top that contains the pipe and hides the chamber—in which about a half gram of cannabis can fit. Small enough to stow in a bag or clothing pocket, it also features a magnetic closure to keep everything in place when it’s not in use.
The “calming blend” cannabis pen from Beboe offers 120 doses of 100% CBD (thus, no THC here)—with 500mg of CBD oil in total. For quality control, the oil inside has been sourced from all-natural hemp plants. And the pen itself is meant to be a relaxant, pain reliever and an anti-inflammatory for use at any hour of the day.
Handblown in a range of sophisticated colors, the Hudson Pipe is an elegant way to indulge. The wide-based, disc-shape chamber lets smoke build-up and cool down before it hits your lips. Available in clear, teal, black or lilac borosilicate glass, each one is unique, thanks to its handmade nature.
More than a collection of cannabis recipes, Bong Appétit: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Weed is a comprehensive guide to cooking with marijuana. There’s information about the science of infusing cannabis, extracting THC and even what to do if you get too high (apparently chewing a few black peppercorns can help). Of course, there are plenty of recipes—from a white negroni to braised short ribs to strawberry shortcakes—too. Across 256 full-color pages, the MUNCHIES editors explore marijuana politics, strains, dosages, dishes and much more.
Made by LA-based JFM, this canister is crafted from solid brass and‚ thanks to its knurled texture, can also be used to strike the matches within. The brass will change over time and with use, gaining extra charm and looking more like an antique.
The Elder Statesman is no stranger to bold patterns and playful motifs. Their 100% cashmere Hemp Leaf Jumper is adorned with the unmistakable leaf on its chest. This covetable, comfortable item is a must-have for cannabis and cashmere aficionados alike. Price is in pounds.
In a limited edition run of 50, Guy Overfelt has created near-exact replicas of Picasso’s ceramic work from the 1950s—and made them functioning bongs. This one, dubbed “Picasso,” was made in Jingdezhen in southern China—a region known for its porcelain production. Whether used as a bong, displayed as an objet d’art, or even a vase, it’s a playful take on an artwork originally made by a man notorious for having very little sense of humor.
This hand-cast and glazed porcelain vessel from Arhoj can be used as a vase, a glass, stash jar, toothbrush holder—whatever works. The bamboo green glaze is one of many variations, so, you could start your own collection and amass all 50 in Arhoj’s Tokyo Series. The jar is dishwasher safe but because of its delicateness, hand-washing is recommended.