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Not all cannabis accessories are required for a smoke session. But there are some that can add a dimension to your weed consumption while also looking super cool.
Cannabis accessories range widely. You can go from basics, like rolling paper and grinders, to items geared for more recurring cannabis users, like bongs and pipes. Now that marijuana is growing more and more popular, out come different types of accessories, some that seasoned users haven’t even heard of.
While these items don’t make the bread and butter of the cannabis experience, they are useful when in the right context, adding a different dimension to your cannabis usage and accommodating different kinds of people. They’re also very cool.
Here are 5 cannabis accessories you don’t need but probably still want:
Tips for joints serve two purposes: keeping things more sanitary and looking very cool. While we might be reducing their duties a bit, joint tips won’t make or break your weed experience, but they might add some fun to your sessions. These tips are reusable, resulting in less waste, and will provide you with a different feel in your mouth, something nice for those who don’t appreciate getting paper or a little bit of weed stuck to their lips. The brand Meraki makes tips that reusable and dipped in terpenes, featuring a hippy look thanks to their use of wood. RAW makes glass tips that are also reusable and are perfect for people who prefer the feel of glass pipes.
Sure, you don’t need an electric lighter that works like the lighters that used to be in your car 15 years ago, but it sure is cool. Seth Rogen’s Houseplant produces grade A weed and cannabis accessories, all coming stylishly packaged and looking nothing like old school weed paraphernalia.
Omura is another brand that places a lot of importance on design, producing beautiful looking vaporizers that look more futuristic than weedy. Offering products that contain both THC and CBD, Omura’s vaporizers are more expensive than other vaporizers but come with all of the perks associated with them. They use a Flowerstick instead of vape oils, which can be filled with your favorite cannabis flower, adding a dimension of customization that a lot of cannabis users will appreciate.
There are a lot of cannabis infused drinks, with a lot of variability, making it difficult to choose between drinks that are tasty and that also get you high. One trustworthy option includes Lagunitas Hi-Fi Hops, which is made by Lagunitas brewery but contains no alcohol since mixing alcohol and THC isn’t yet legal. Still, since the drinks contains hops it feels pretty beer-y, featuring over 5 mg of THC, CBD or a mix of both depending on the type of drink you purchase.
If you’re looking for a truly gorgeous looking pipe, bong or weed tray, look no further than Keith Haring’s collection of weed paraphernalia. Haring Glass sports the traditional Haring designs so beloved by skateboarders and stoners, printed in devices you can get high with. They might be expensive but they will make your house look cool, which might just be worth the investment.