December 17, 2020 02:00 pm ETEstimated Read Time: 5 Minutes
Are you shopping for the cannabis consumer on your list this holiday season? If so, it might be easy to find yourself stymied by what to even buy. You could always just pick up a fresh bag of herb for them, of course—but where’s the fun in that? Surprise your loved ones with something they might not have considered getting for themselves. We’ve put together a list of some of the most interesting and creative cannabis-based gift ideas out there, gifts we think are sure to be especially loved by the cannabis enthusiast in your life.
Veriheal E-Gift Card
The ultimate gift this year is going to be the gift the wellness! After the beating that 2020 gave us, we all deserve a healthy dose of self-care, especially for our mental health. Check out Veriheal’s newly debuted E-Gift card that includes one appointment with a state-licensed doctor who can certify patient eligibility for medical cannabis. At this time, the gift card is only valid in Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, Maryland, and Louisiana but availability will hopefully expand in the near future. What greater gift is there than helping others by sponsoring their health.
A gift of cannabis itself will soon be gone, but if you give a friend a tool to help store or manage their cannabis, they’ll think of you every time they use it! Try one of the following:
A High-Quality Grinder: one with a nonstick surface that has a compartment to collect kief.
Custom Rolling Papers: There are several companies out there that will customize rolling papers, a fun novel gift!
Dab Tool Set: The cannabis concentrates connoisseur in your life will undoubtedly appreciate shiny new tools.
Cleaning Kit: It may sound boring, but heavy users run out of cleaning items quickly. They will be ever so grateful if you gifted them with proper tools to keep their pieces clean and shiny.
Cannabis themed games aren’t generally sold in mainstream shops but you can often find them in novelty stores. You can even go the extra mile by taking the time to put together the components needed for the game yourself. Then you and your friend can enjoy playing together. Here are a few of our favorites.
Themed Card Games: Greenjack is just blackjack with a twist. In this version whoever gets closest to 21 in every hand gets to take a hit. You can make it special with The Weed Deck, a cannabis education-themed deck of cards.
Marijuana MacGyver: In the traditional version of the game, players use whatever they can find around the house to make the best bong they can come up with. Challenge your friends for the holidays by gifting each person a random item they must include in their creation.
Smokin’ Dice: A roll of the Smokin’ Dice will tell you how much to smoke or to whom you must assign a smoke. It’s basic and straightforward, but epic fun nonetheless!
Makeup & Toiletries
If your friend is a makeup fan, you’ll find plenty of products to make them smile this season. Cannabis-infused makeup is gaining popularity because research has shown that cannabinoids can help skin issues and often enhances the effects of the products. Read up on the one you choose so you can share the benefits with the gift recipient.
You can also help amp up their morning routine in the new year with cannabis-infused toiletries designed to add a little zing to their day! Helping your loved ones incorporate the benefits of cannabis into a new part of their life is a great gift.
Cannuka Gift Set:They offer full-sized and travel-sized kits of all-natural CBD skincare products.
There’s a wealth of great books about cannabis out there! If your friend or loved one is a reader in addition to a cannabis enthusiast, a book might be the perfect gift for them. We’ve compiled lists of some of our most recommended cannabis books here and here. Any of them would make a wonderful gift for someone interested in expanding their knowledge or exposure to cannabis culture.
Whatever you choose, a cannabis gift is sure to be a winner this holiday season. Happy shopping, and happy holidays to you and yours.
Kat Helgeson comes from a ten year career in social media marketing and content creation. She takes pride in her ability to communicate the culture and values of an organization via the written word. Kat is also the author of numerous books for young adults. Her titles have received the Junior Library Guild Award, the Bank Street College of Education Best Books of the Year Distinction, and been featured on the Illinois Reads selection list. Her work has been translated into Dutch and German.
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