Hey Ladies, Treat Yourself with These Luxury Cannabis Accessories

When you feel like dropping some big bucks on the dopest weed swag, you can’t go wrong with these luxury cannabis accessories.



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When you feel like dropping some big bucks on some weed swag — whether you’re treating yourself or someone special — you can’t go wrong with luxury cannabis accessories.

Select handmade products are often created for a limited time only, so if something catches your eye, make sure to snag it before it’s gone!

The Prettiest Pipe Around

You wouldn’t think that smoking out of concrete would be a good idea, but artists at Concrete Cat have fashioned gorgeous pipes that you’ll want to be seen using. Colors vary quite a bit and prices start at a reasonable $65.

Smoking a Joint in Style

If you love to consume weed the old fashioned way with a good ol’ blunt, why not make your smokes the most beautiful they can be? Shine 24K gold rolling papers come 12 to a box for $55.

Staying Organized

Many women like to keep their cannabis materials together in one place, but finding a good enough looking tray can be difficult. The Chroma Tray by Other Kingdom serves as an easy-to-use storage solution and something pretty for your apartment. They run from $56 to $86 depending on size.

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Sometimes taking a rip off of a bong doesn’t feel very ladylike, but this water pipe from Marley Natural imparts a new vibe to this familiar action. It’s so gorgeous that you may not want to share it.

Candy Anytime

No longer reserved as a cheat food, this candy is appropriate any time of the day. Sativa pastilles from Beboe come in gorgeous packaging and turn getting high into a more sophisticated event. They run at $25 per tin.

Starting on the Right Foot

Any woman who wants to get into smoking cannabis yet doesn’t really connect with typical accessories needs this starter set from Lux Eros. A delicate color envelops this ceramic grouping including a rolling tray, ashtray, and stash jar. The gold pot leaf tops off the look and at $275, it’s a handmade steal.

Control with a Clip


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If you want to take a high-class approach to your joints, you will love this Ankh clip designed by High Society Collection. Stash this in a box with other accessories for some extra wow factor or purchase it as a stand-alone gift that’s dainty yet functional. Inspired by heirloom fashion, this 24K gold item runs $60.

Drink It Up


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Ladies who love their morning brew will find a guilt-free sense of joy as they sip infused coffee or tea from Mary’s Javs. A box of 24 tea bags will only set you back $30.

Playing with Fire


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Although it’s not exclusively a cannabis product, if you enjoy making a fashion statement will love this colorful way to light a roach. Easy Tiger Goods offers a range of shades in a chunky block style, and at $45 each, you won’t want to lose it.

A Gift for Two?

THC works to arouse and increase sensitivity to achieve better and deeper orgasms with this cannabis-based lube by Foria Pleasure. A 30ml spray bottle is just over $60 at select dispensaries.

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Psychonauts Celebrate Magic Mushroom Day



Magic Mushrooms Day

September 20 is Magic Mushroom Day. Similarly to stoners celebrating 4/20 and 7/10, and LSD enthusiasts celebrating 4/19, entheogenic communities around the world celebrate the psychedelic renaissance on 9/20.

The concept was coined in 2015 when Nicholas Reville, a mushroom advocate from Providence, Rhode Island, declared September 20 as an “educational day of action,” apparently citing the spirit of 4/20 as an opportunity to talk about psilocybin reform, regulations and, of course, rejoice in the magic of psychedelics.

“9/20 was chosen because it is at the beginning of autumn, when mushrooms are most plentiful; because it is close to the equinox, representing a change in direction; and because it echoes 4/20 and the successful movement for marijuana decriminalization and legalization,” said Reville in an interview with Rolling Stone.

Magic Mushrooms: The Next “Green” Wave?

Interest around the benefits and effects of psilocybin, the main active ingredient in magic mushrooms, has been steadily growing over the last number of years, with legalization closely following.

In May 2019, Denver became the first city to decriminalize psilocybin. Oakland soon followed with its own law in June that same year, decriminalizing plant and fungi psychedelics.

At the last election in 2020, Oregon became the first state to legalize psilocybin with Measure 109 for mental health treatment in supervised settings.

At the same time, the District of Columbia decriminalize the use of magic mushrooms and other psychedelic substances with the passage of Initiative 81.

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Peep the Pepsi x Dapper Dan Football Watching Capsule Collection



Pepsi x Dapper Dan
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Pepsi has partnered with Harlem-based designer and streetwear legend, Dapper Dan, to create The Pepsi x Dapper Dan Football Watching Capsule Collection.

As part of the Pepsi “Made for Football Watching” NFL campaign, the iconic collaboration brings the football fan apparel game to the next level with this limited-edition capsule collection created for fans to show up in style, no matter where they’re watching.

The Pepsi x Dapper Dan Football Watching Capsule Collection features fashion-forward football-watching pieces including a lounger, hoodie, bucket hat, and custom-patterned Pepsi can to ensure fans are fitted and geared up for every touchdown, sack and fumble.

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Power & Collaboration Are the Name of the Game at WEIC Women’s Leadership Summit



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In 2019 women held 37% of senior level positions in cannabis. Alarmingly, less than 8% of CEOs are women and only 38% of all positions in cannabis are held by women. This statistic and much more will be the topic of discussion at the Women Empowered In Cannabis (WEIC) Power & Collaboration summit on July 21, 2021, from 10 am PST – 5 pm PST.

The one day summit is WEIC’s first virtual Women’s Leadership Summit and will address the rapid loss of female leadership and power in cannabis and question how the community can address and stop this trend.

“We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to build an industry from the ground up that is inclusive, diverse and just, and yet women are losing ground at a distressing rate,” said Kyra Reed, WEIC founder and CEO. “The summit is designed to help women elevate our voices and establish real power in the global cannabis market.”

Power & Collaboration WEiC

Meet the Speakers

The Women’s Leadership Summit: Power and Collaboration brings together a diverse group of influential women. This virtual summit offers opportunities for women to learn and interact with each other, irrespective of their location.

Andrea Brooks, Founder and CEO – Sava; Annie Holman, Founder and CEO – The Galley; Christine De La Rosa – The People’s Ecosystem; Kate Lynch, SVP Marketing – Curaleaf; Khadijah Adams – Girl Get that Money; Franny Tacy, Founder and CEO – Franny’s Farmacy; Helen Gomez Andrews, Co-founder and CEO – The High End; Katie Pringle, Co-founder – Marigold Marketing; Kendra Losee, Founder and CEO – Mota Marketing; Lelehnia DuBois – The Humboldt Grace; Dr. Lola Ohonba, WCI Health, Clinical Pharmacist, Certified Medical Cannabis Specialist – WCI; Mara Gordon, Founder and TEDx speaker – Aunt Zelda’s; Mskindness Rivera; Nancy Whiteman, CEO – Wana Brands; Rosie Mattio, Founder and CEO – MATTIO Communications; Scheril Murray Power, Cannabis and Agricultural Attorney – Doumar Allsworth Laystrom Voigt Wachs Adair & Dishowitz LLP; Susan Soares, Founder and CEO – The State of Cannabis; Tiffany Yarde; Valda Coryat, CMO – Trulieve

Nancy Whiteman, Wana Brands CEO

“Pursuing inclusion and diversity in business is not just a way to encourage goodwill. It is a strategic business decision that can literally make or break a company. This is not a wishful, feel-good attempt to make news or have people speak well of the industry. It is truly how we survive — and maybe how we change the world a little bit.” – Nancy Whiteman, Wana Brands CEO

Mara Gordon – Founder Aunt Zelda’s

“This quote from the late Helen Keller says it all – ‘Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.'” – Mara Gordon – Founder Aunt Zelda’s

Dr. Lola Ohonba PHARM.D.

“Women are the “Pillar” of the world but are being left behind in major sectors of our economy especially after the pandemic. It’s time for us to come together as one to claim our spot at the decision-making table!” – Dr. Lola Ohonba PHARM.D.

Chrystal Ortiz – CEO/Founder Herb & Market Humboldt, High Water Farm

“It is well known that women are more than good enough to run companies. We need to recognize if we are good enough to do the work, we are good enough to own the work. We need to empower one another, create financial opportunities and invest in each other to become owners and make sure there are women in the C-suite of the companies we work with. This is why.” – Chrystal Ortiz – CEO/Founder Herb & Market Humboldt, High Water Farm

Power & Collaboration Event Topics

The day’s schedule will be broken into ten categories:

  • Keynote: EXECUTIVES: How to Use Power in Leadership
  • Keynote: MESSAGING: Developing a POWER message for women in cannabis
  • Keynote: FINANCE: Women, Money & Power
  • Panel: CULTIVATION: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: MANUFACTURING: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: SCIENCE & RESEARCH: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: RETAIL: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: INTERNATIONAL: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: CBD: Power & Collaboration
  • Panel: HEMP: Power & Collaboration

Join the all-day live virtual conference on July 21, 2021, at 10 am PST / 1 pm EST – 5 pm PST / 8 pm EST

Don’t miss this incredible event! Register here to attend.

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