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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.

Wood and Water


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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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The Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection to Launch in 2020



Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection
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It looks like one of rock’s most famous guitarists is finally getting into the cannabis industry, following the recent announcement of the Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection that’s set to launch next summer.

A post on Garcia’s Instagram account on Friday, claims the new cannabis line will be “Honoring Jerry’s legacy in a fun and authentic way.”

The estate of the late guitarist of the Grateful Dead shared a series of photos along with the caption, “Introducing a whole new way to experience Garcia. Like his music and art, Jerry’s signature cannabis collection will be spontaneous, revelatory, healing, and anything but ordinary. We cant wait to share this experience with fans next year. Launching Summer 2020!”

A short statement of the Jerry Garcia 2020 website offered some very general info about the overall brand ahead of its upcoming launch next summer. Fans can also register to receive the first updates of information on the Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection in the coming months.

Magic and bliss, exploration and celebration. A simple, free, and optimistic live. This is Jerry Garcia’s uniquely personal legacy as an artist. And the inspiration behind his namesake cannabis product line. Like his music and art – and unlike any other product available – Jerry’s signature cannabis collection will be spontaneous, revelatory, healing, and anything but ordinary.

Garcia is the second member of the Grateful Dead getting into the weed game. Earlier this year, drummer Mickey Hart, announced the launch of his own “Mind Your Head” cannabis brand, which includes 1/3-gram joints.

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Social Cannabis Use Reform Receives Big Endorsement



Social Cannabis Use Reform
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The first cannabis reform victory in the United States occurred in 1973 when Oregon decriminalized cannabis possession. In 1996, California became the first state to legalize cannabis for medical use. Colorado and Washington State became the first states to legalize cannabis for adult use in 2012.

Another historic victory was achieved in 2016 when Denver voters approved an initiative to legalize social-use establishments in city limits.

Social cannabis use reform is a relatively new political concept, however, social use establishments have operated in the United States for a number of years, albeit illegally.

What is Social Cannabis Use Reform?

Social cannabis use refers to venues that allow on-site cannabis consumption. Lounges, cafes, concerts, and yoga studios are examples of social cannabis use venues.

Unregulated, unlicensed cannabis clubs have existed in the United States for decades, many of which have allowed on-site cannabis consumption.

Some establishments were designed to distribute medical cannabis and others required people to bring their own cannabis and pay a fee to enter the venue.

Many concerts served as de facto social cannabis use sites over the years, with concert-goers openly consuming cannabis. On-site cannabis consumption was very common at cannabis competitions where musicians performed.

During the second half of this decade, a big push has been underway to license and regulate social use venues, including events. 

Fortunately, licensed social use venues are becoming more common in legal states, although many legal cannabis states still prohibit them.

The Social Cannabis Use Reform Movement Receives a Big Endorsement

Earlier this week, presidential candidate Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard endorsed social cannabis use reform in an interview with the International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC).

Congresswoman Gabbard will be appearing live from the campaign trail via Skype at the upcoming ICBC in San Francisco in February.

“If someone can legally purchase cannabis from a state-regulated dispensary, legally possess it, and legally consume it, they should also have a legal setting in which to conduct that activity if someone wants to provide that setting for them in a safe manner that keeps cannabis away from children and properly helps mitigate driving under the influence,” Gabbard said in the interview.

The endorsement appears to mark the first time that a presidential candidate has specifically endorsed social cannabis use reform.

“Cannabis opponents act as if social cannabis use venues do not exist anywhere in the United States, which is not actually the case,” Gabbard went on to say. “The city of Denver passed an initiative to allow regulated social cannabis use venues, and they exist in parts of California as well.

“Venues would need to be implemented and regulated properly to ensure safety and that age restriction policy is enforced. A strong, ongoing public awareness effort would need to occur as well, which could be funded by social-use license fees. As President, I’d support giving our states and local jurisdictions the flexibility to adopt sound public policy that includes social cannabis use reform.”

Social Cannabis Use Is an Important Component of Comprehensive Cannabis Reform

In 2012, social cannabis use reform was not on most cannabis advocates’ radar. It is a fairly granular cannabis policy that has taken time for advocates to become familiar with.

Social cannabis use reform is very important and is something that cannabis advocates should always push for as part of the greater effort to legalize cannabis for medical and adult-use.

Cannabis may be legal to purchase in Washington State, however, racial disparities in cannabis enforcement is still a problem.

In Seattle, a study found that “about 36% of those arrested for public pot use were African American, who are 8% of the city’s population.”

That’s unacceptable.

If a medical cannabis patient lives in housing that is subsidized by the federal government, they are not permitted to consume cannabis in their homes.

College students that live in student housing and tourists in legal markets have nowhere to legally consume state-legal cannabis, despite the fact that they can legally purchase it.

Social cannabis use reform is the answer. It provides for a legal setting for patients and consumers and it’s a smart public policy, as Congresswoman Gabbard points out. 

Hopefully, her endorsement will boost social use reform efforts.

Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard will be appearing at the ICBC in San Francisco via Skype from the campaign trail live from New Hampshire.

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Sherbinskis Has a New Home in Hollywood



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Sherbinskis has cemented its place as one of the legal cannabis titans with the opening of the new flagship store on the iconic Fairfax Avenue in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

Famed grower Mario Guzman a.k.a. Mr Sherbinski has created something of a cultural phenomenon with his premium Sherbinskis genetics including the Gelato family, Pink Panties and Sunset Sherbert.


L-R: G. Singh, Ben Baller, Ty Dolla $ign, Mario ‘Mr Sherbinski’ Guzman

Sherbinskis strains have a cult-like status, lauded among musicians, entertainers and cannaseurs alike, including some of the A-list guests in attendance of the launch party, including Ty Dolla $ign, NBA star Al Harrington and Ben Baller.

A ‘designer’ cannabis-and-lifestyle brand, the Sherbinskis product line has expanded beyond just premium flower to include cartridges of cannabis oil for the Double Barrel vape, the first patented dual cartridge on the market, which was also on display at the launch party.

Mario ‘Mr Sherbinski’ Guzman & partner G. Singh with their Double Barrel vapes

In addition, Sherbinskis has launched prerolls, collaborated with Post Malone for his Shaboink prerolls, released a limited edition pair of Nike and launched a clothing line. They also recently announced a partnership with No Vet Alone to providing relief to military veterans, a reflection of Guzman’s appreciation and admiration for the cannabis plant as medicine.

NBA star Al Harrington & Mario ‘Mr Sherbinski’ Guzman

Originating from the Bay Area with close ties to the Cookies Fam, Guzman’s ethos of old-school hippie values and weed culture has evolved into a company very much focused on high-end cannabis and iconic branding.

Next time you’re in Hollywood, stop by Sherbinskis at 345 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles.

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