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Vancouver Crackdown: Cops Bust Open-Air Cannabis Market Outside Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver authorities’ laissez-faire attitude toward the city’s bustling grey-market cannabis scene has long been the stuff of legend. Whereas Toronto police execute regular raids and busts, Vancouver law enforcement has typically been happy to look the other way—a dynamic I saw in action at this month’s Lift Conference, where the stately plaza outside the Vancouver Convention Center was taken over by a half-dozen vendors offering cannabis flower, edibles, and served-on-the-spot dab hits with zero interference from police.

The Vancouver Police Department has announced the launch of Project Apprentice, which aims to curb the city’s most brazen cannabis-related offences.

But today is a new day. At a press briefing this morning, the Vancouver Police Department announced the launch of Project Apprentice, which aims to curb the city’s most brazen cannabis-related offences. The operation began with the arrest of four individuals accused of illegally selling marijuana in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

“We have been working with the city of Vancouver and monitoring the situation in the 800 block of Robson Street for several months now,” VPD Deputy Chief Constable Howard Chow said at the press conference. “Our response has been incremental. However, at each stage, the vendors have refused to cooperate, and concerns around public safety have increased. As such, we have had to escalate our response.”

In addition to arresting four people on 11 criminal charges, police also seized nine pounds of dried marijuana flower, 23 pounds of edibles, and over $4,000 in cash.

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“This is the first phase of arrests as part of Project Apprentice, which is the culmination of considerable work by police on this issue over the past six weeks,” reads the VPD press release. “Investigators are anticipating more charges and more arrests as this project continues.”

For now, all of the first batch of arrestees have been released on the condition that they stay away from the 800 block of Robson Street. (This stipulation has already proven too much for one arrestee, who was re-arrested yesterday after returning to the site.) Stay tuned.


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Distillates, Vape Keychains, and Fancy-Pants Tinctures: Cannabis Product Picks for January 2018

What does 2018 have in store for cannabis enthusiasts? I can hardly wait to find out, but already we’re seeing some unique brands and products emerging. This month, we’re taking a peek at some handy vape accessories, clean and frosty nugs out of Nevada, CBD for your furry companion, and more.

There’s much more to discover in Leafly’s products and brands catalog, so be sure to check it out and find a little gift for yourself. After all, you made it through 2017, and that’s no small feat!

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Thanks you for visiting FLMMCC.com, the premier Medical Marijuana Certification Center in Florida. Currently, there is a Medical Marijuana Initiative on the November 2016 Ballot to legalize High-THC Medical Marijuana in the State of Florida. The FLMMCC Florida State Licensed Doctors are ready to review your medical records for a “FREE Pre-Qualification”. This will be the first step in becoming a legal Florida Medical Marijuana patient when the law passes.

What Are You Smoking? Episode 22: How We Rate Strains

What Are You Smoking? features Leafly experts Jeremiah Wilhelm, Bailey Rahn, Will Hyde, and Brett Konen, as well as guests from all corners of the cannabis industry reviewing strains, test-firing products, offering up pro tips, and answering your toughest cannabis questions. Subscribe, rate, and review the show on iTunes!

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Episode 22: How We Rate Strains

In this episode: 

Will, Jeremiah, and Bailey explain how Leafly’s cannabis experts develop our in-house strain ratings and share how we find and sample the best of the best.

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Learn what goes into a strain taste test, what factors are taken into account during a strain review, and how our panel comes together on a final score for the strains we rate, plus what those numbers mean and how they can help you choose a strain.

Lastly, of course, we explore what everyone is smoking these days, including minty tinctures, homemade rosins, and a combustion-free cannabis inhaler.

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Strains & Products on This Episode:

Kief rosin by Joe’s SHO

Strawberry Switchblade by Solstice Cannabis

Aeroinhaler by Quest Aerosols

Meet Your Show Hosts

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Jeremiah Wilhelm is a strain researcher and subject matter expert at Leafly. A former budtender, Jeremiah is the site’s reigning beard champion and self-proclaimed Office Garden Gnome.

Bailey-2048-copy1-240x240Bailey Rahn is an editor at Leafly specializing in cannabis strains and health. When she’s not at Leafly, you’ll likely find her smoking her way up a mountain or playing dress-up with her cats.

10859f1a857586f9ef11419f1635e517Will Hyde is a subject matter expert, strain specialist, and digital producer at Leafly. He spends his free time traveling and exploring creative outlets as a DJ, digital artist, and film producer.

b3fe573b22546969ff81691006d2a0c6Brett Konen is an editor at Leafly specializing in lifestyle content. She’s fascinated by parallels between alcohol and cannabis, and is very bad at writing while high.

About Our Music:

Music for “What Are You Smoking” is provided by Lusine. “Ticking Hands” is from his album Sensorimotor. “Two Dots” is from A Certain DistanceFor more about Lusine, check out Ghostly.com.


Thanks you for visiting FLMMCC.com, the premier Medical Marijuana Certification Center in Florida. Currently, there is a Medical Marijuana Initiative on the November 2016 Ballot to legalize High-THC Medical Marijuana in the State of Florida. The FLMMCC Florida State Licensed Doctors are ready to review your medical records for a “FREE Pre-Qualification”. This will be the first step in becoming a legal Florida Medical Marijuana patient when the law passes.

We Made Infused Dips and Drinks With Pearl2O Cannabis Water

Leafly staffers Ben Adlin and Will Hyde hit the kitchen to whip up some quick and easy snacks that incorporate a new product, Pearl2O cannabis-infused water. The pair whips up some infused guacamole, Mexican-style corn dip, and a batch of mock margaritas that substitute Pearl2O for tequila.

Want to make your own infused treats? Below are instructions and lists of ingredients for the gourmet goodies featured in the video. Enjoy!

Recipe: Infused Guacamole

Ingredients

  • 3 Haas avocados
  • 1 lime
  • 3 ounces Pearl2O
  • 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro
  • 1 ½ tablespoons red onion, chopped
  • ½ clove garlic
  • ¼ jalapeño pepper
  • ⅛ teaspoon cumin
  • Dash of kosher salt

Directions

Gently mash the avocados. Chop the peppers, onion, cilantro, and garlic, and add them to the avocados. Season with salt, cumin, and Pearl2O, then enjoy with tortilla chips (or any other food, really—pretty much everything pairs nicely with guac).

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Recipe: Mexican-Style Cannabis Corn Dip

Ingredients

  • 2 cups corn kernels
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon cotija cheese
  • 1 tablespoon cilantro
  • ¼ teaspoon chili powder
  • 1 clove garlic
  • ½ jalapeño pepper
  • ½ lime
  • 3 ounces Pearl2O

Directions

Sauté chopped jalapeños and corn in butter, then transfer to a mixing bowl. Add mayonnaise, cotija, cilantro, chili powder, the juice of half a lime, and Pearl2O for a creamy, cheesy infused dip for your favorite chip.

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Pearl2O Margaritas

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces margarita mix
  • 3 ounces Pearl2O
  • Ice
  • Salt (for rims)

Directions

Blend margarita mix, ice, and Pearl2O for a cannabis cocktail that won’t leave you with a tequila hangover the next day. (And don’t worry, it’s not as hard to pour as Will is making it look.)

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There you have it! Three fantastic cannabis-infused recipes, all with almost no real cooking involved.

*Note: The amount of cannabis product specified in this recipe is a very loose suggestion; the actual amount you use should be modified based on the strength of your cannabis product and the potency you desire. Dosing homemade edibles can be tricky (click here to learn why), so the best way to test for potency is to start with one portion of a serving, wait one to two hours, then make an informed decision on whether to consume more. Always dose carefully and listen to your body, and never drive under the influence of cannabis.


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Bud on a Budget: What $20, $50 and $100 Buy at an Iconic Denver Dispensary

Our Bud on a Budget saga continues as we move east out of Seattle and over to Denver, Colorado. Since leading the way for recreational cannabis in 2014, Denver has become home to a myriad of dispensaries, each offering a unique experience with cannabis. From eclectic menus with wide selections to bargain centers giving massive discounts, getting the best budyou’re your buck depends on the experience you are looking to have. In general though, traveling to the heart of the city will yield the most fruitful results, so I decided to take my business to one of Denver’s most iconic boutique adult-use cannabis stores, Botanico. During the visit, I built a cumulative haul of $20, $50, and finally $100 worth of Colorado cannabis.

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Taxes in the state of Colorado vary by location. For Botanico in downtown Denver, the taxes on my receipt included a 10% State Cannabis Retail Tax and an additional 3.5% Denver Retail Marijuana tax, as well as a 3.65% Denver Municipal Sales tax. Unlike in some places, where prices advertised already include sales tax, my product price points were calculated before tax, with my subtotal pre-tax coming in at $95 and the post tax purchase totaling $115.74, a little over my $100 goal. If you’re set on truly coming in under $100 total, let your budtender know ahead of time and they’ll help you leave room for taxes that’ll be tacked on at the register.

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How Much Cannabis Will $20 Buy in Denver?

Bud on a Budget: How Much <strong>Marijuana</strong> $100 Buys in Denver | LeaflyTwo edibles and a pre-rolled cone ring in right at $20 at a boutique dispensary in Denver. (Patrick Bennett and Amy Phung/Leafly)

I wanted to maximize my value at the $20 price point by including as much product as possible. At Botanico, a great deal for those who want an inexpensive gram is to pick up a shake-filled pre-rolled joint (if you balk at the idea of shake, read our take on the matter before writing it off). I capitalized on this bargain, allowing me to add in two more single-serving (10mg) edibles to complete my $20 purchase.

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What I got:

Cumulative total (pre-tax): $20

Why I bought it:

Afghani Pre-Rolled Cone | I opted for a pre-roll because this was a great way to get an inexpensive gram while building a lower-priced haul. It’s tough to beat $5 for a gram in Denver, shake or not. When dealing with pre-rolls, one of the cons is that strain options are limited, so I chose Afghani as their indica-leaning choice.

KEEF Cola: Orange Kush | This single-dose (10mg) carbonated beverage from KEEF brands came in at a great deal for only $7. Contrary to some single-dose edibles, this drink provided a full 12oz serving. This makes it easy to enjoy a standard beverage without having to dose as some beverages mandate, and also provides more sustenance than a bite-sized treat.

Canyon Cultivation Caramel Apple Sucker | I rounded out this order with a 1:1 ratio edible, giving me equal parts THC to CBD. This handcrafted lollipop from Canyon Cultivation was the perfect-sized treat, packaged for easy access on the go. The combination of THC and CBD made for a more relaxing onset while ensuring a functional high.

How Much Cannabis Will $50 Buy in Denver?

Bud on a Budget: How Much <strong>Marijuana</strong> $100 Buys in Denver | LeaflyAt the next price point, we tacked on a bargain package of three brownie bites, a gram of Pre-98 Bubba Kush, and a tasty $9 tincture for a cumulative total of $47. (Patrick Bennett and Amy Phung/Leafly)

Building up to a $50 haul really opened the door for me to dive into some more nuanced products. I still wanted to add a bit more flower into the mix so this was the perfect opportunity to sneak in a gram of something special, Pre-98 Bubba Kush. With flower taken care of for the rest of the haul, I set my sights on some super-discounted goodies including a THC tincture and a baked edible to round my total out.

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What I got:

Cumulative total (pre-tax): $47

Why I bought it:

Pre-98 Bubba Kush | Since I frequent Botanico at every chance I get, I was already well aware of the high quality standards that this store has established with their flower. Thanks to browsing their menu, I knew before I walked in that the Pre-98 Bubba Kush would be at the top of my list. This old school indica strain is a treat for anyone with a seasoned palate looking for that nostalgic musky flavor associated with Bubba genetics.

Sweet Grass Kitchen Brownie Bites | There is nothing more valuable to a budget haul than a deal or discount to stretch your dollar just a little bit further. These Sweet Grass Kitchen brownies were only $8 for three 10mg bites. Typically I tend to steer clear of baked goods, but I will always make an exception for a Sweet Grass product: They’ve taken home several awards since their inception, and their quality standards are the best, bar none. Everything made in their kitchen is made in small batches and crafted with full flower cannabutter. This delicacy was one of the first to go after I got home!

Dixie Ginger Mango Dew Drops | Speaking of discounts, my tincture from Dixie may have been the best deal of the bunch. For $9 I was able to grab a 100mg tincture, capping my $50 haul in bargain infamy. The packaging on this product stood out over everything else with a vibrant schematic filled with yellows and oranges. Dixie has a reputation for making some seriously awesome products, though I hadn’t previously tried anything outside of their signature line of Elixirs beverages, after a taste of the tincture I was sold. My experience with these Dew Drops fundamentally changed the way I viewed tinctures.

How Much Cannabis Will $100 Buy?

Bud on a Budget: How Much Marijuana $100 Buys in Denver | LeaflyTwo more edibles, a gram of shatter, and a $2 child safety exit bag (not pictured) to carry it all brought us to a cumulative pre-tax total of $95 at Botanico in Denver. (Patrick Bennett and Amy Phung/Leafly)

Overall, variety is what I was looking for on a $100 shopping spree. My goal was to build the most eclectic haul possible, and I was able to accomplish that, carrying away a total of 10 unique items for $95 pre-tax ($115.74 post-tax).

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What I got:

Cumulative total (pre-tax): $95

Why I bought it:

Coda Signature Hot Chocolate | Infused or not, you have to admit that instant hot chocolate on a spoon is the very first thing you want in the middle of a cold Colorado evening—which is why I was absolutely over the moon to discover that Coda had come out with a 10mg THC single serving of this 100% pure milk hot chocolate on a spoon. Famous for their signature gourmet truffles, Coda has outdone themselves with this product, creating a smooth and delicious warm treat for the season.

Bear Dance Shatter | Cannabis concentrates tend to sell at higher price points, which is why I decided to wait for the $100 haul to sneak something in. Fortunately for me, I was met with Botanico’s holiday special on shatter and couldn’t resist a $16 full gram of Bear Dance. This crazy strain crosses Snowcap, Uzbekistan Hash Plant, and Pure Kush to create a creamy, lemon-heavy 50/50 hybrid that offers a cerebral and uplifting experience.

Blue Kudu Sky Island Chocolate | Two elements stood out about this product to me. First, as stated earlier, I am a big fan of 1:1 CBD:THC edibles as they tend to create a much more relaxing and robust full-body experience, and second, Blue Kudu is arguably my favorite brand in Colorado infused chocolates, by virtue of their insanely creative flavor pairings. The Sky Island version featured salted pistachios and white chocolate, wrapped in a beautifully illustrated package. As the most expensive product in my haul, this one also contained the most cannabinoids—200mg total between the CBD and THC.

Child Safety Exit Bag | I forgot to bring in my own Botanico child safety exit bag during this trip, so I was required to purchase one for $2 before I could leave with my haul. A small price to pay for having spent $100, though this could set you back a bit if you are working with only $20 or $50. The bright side? These bags are reusable at Botanico and actually make for a pretty solid transport bag for product. Would I have rather thrown that $2 towards an extra pre-roll? Sure, but you have to play by the rules, and this one’s a smart measure that isn’t going away any time soon.

Bud on a Budget: How Much Marijuana $100 Buys in Denver | LeaflyBotanico’s $2 child safety exit bags are a required purchase if you forget to bring your own, but can be reused the next time you come back. (Patrick Bennett/Leafly)

Final notes: Botanico does a great job of offering a wide variety of products at differing price points, which allowed to me get creative when making my decisions. Combined with a few discounts and deals, I was able to grab up as much as possible without having to spend (much) more than I intended. A few tips for modifying your order if you’re looking to hit that $100 on the dot:

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  • Always check for deals first.
  • Ask your budtender to give you an itemized post-tax total when building your haul.
  • Purchase in small quantities.
  • Bring in your own child safety exit bag.

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What Are You Smoking? Episode 21: Looking Ahead to 2018

What Are You Smoking? features Leafly experts Jeremiah Wilhelm, Bailey Rahn, Will Hyde, and Brett Konen, as well as guests from all corners of the cannabis industry reviewing strains, test-firing products, offering up pro tips, and answering your toughest cannabis questions. Subscribe, rate, and review the show on iTunes!

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Episode 21: Looking Ahead to 2018

In this episode: 

The crew makes its predictions for what 2018 will bring to the world of cannabis, including a growing divide between craft cannabis and big concerns, a continuing shift in demographics, and a major expansion among home growers.

Jeremiah, Bailey, and Will also share what products they want to see more of in the new year, including new and better cartridges, flavor-focused products like Fresh Terps, and solventless hash.

As the gang closes on the joys of dabbing with quartz crafted by Mothership Glass, pressing your own rosin at home, and microdosing courtesy of Level Blends, a dabbing caper starts to come together. Stay tuned for future episodes to see how that turns out!

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Strains & Products on This Episode:

MK Ultra by Virginia Co.

Weedle sugar wax by MadeRight

Fresh Terps by Evolab

Meet Your Show Hosts

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Jeremiah Wilhelm is a strain researcher and subject matter expert at Leafly. A former budtender, Jeremiah is the site’s reigning beard champion and self-proclaimed Office Garden Gnome.

Bailey-2048-copy1-240x240Bailey Rahn is an editor at Leafly specializing in cannabis strains and health. When she’s not at Leafly, you’ll likely find her smoking her way up a mountain or playing dress-up with her cats.

10859f1a857586f9ef11419f1635e517Will Hyde is a subject matter expert, strain specialist, and digital producer at Leafly. He spends his free time traveling and exploring creative outlets as a DJ, digital artist, and film producer.

b3fe573b22546969ff81691006d2a0c6Brett Konen is an editor at Leafly specializing in lifestyle content. She’s fascinated by parallels between alcohol and cannabis, and is very bad at writing while high.

About Our Music:

Music for “What Are You Smoking” is provided by Lusine. “Ticking Hands” is from his album Sensorimotor. “Two Dots” is from A Certain DistanceFor more about Lusine, check out Ghostly.com.


Thanks you for visiting FLMMCC.com, the premier Medical Marijuana Certification Center in Florida. Currently, there is a Medical Marijuana Initiative on the November 2016 Ballot to legalize High-THC Medical Marijuana in the State of Florida. The FLMMCC Florida State Licensed Doctors are ready to review your medical records for a “FREE Pre-Qualification”. This will be the first step in becoming a legal Florida Medical Marijuana patient when the law passes.

Meet the Makers: Behind the Scenes With Portland’s Cutting-Edge Edibles Producers

Carrie and Jody Solomon, Leif Goods

The full lineup of Leif Goods infused chocolate bars: CBD Chocolate Bar with Black Diamond Flake Sea Salt, Mint Hibiscus, Classic Double Chocolate bar, Peanut Butter & Jelly dusted with dried strawberry powder, Limited Edition Sesame Harissa bar dusted with harissa seasoning and the New Mexican chocolate bar with roasted pepitas. (Oriana Koren for Leafly)

Leif Goods has been carving a space for themselves in the culinary cannabis industry since 2014, when the brand began operating in the medical cannabis realm before adult-use cannabis was a reality in Oregon. Leif is owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Jody and Carrie Solomon, who were on the cusp of the booming edible scene back when they first began learning how to make truffles. “We taught ourselves how to make chocolate,” Jody recalls. “We could see legalization getting ready to happen, so we taught ourselves how to make chocolate bars and then it kind of just took off.”

Both artists, Carrie used her graphic design expertise while Jody brought his photography skills to their business. Accustomed to teaching themselves new skills, they leaped together into the edible market, and with that leap they brought along respected friends in the Portland culinary scene to augment the quality and flavors of their chocolates.

One of Leif’s most popular medicated bars is topped with ground hibiscus flower sourced from local teasan, The Jasmine Pearl Tea Company. Leif Goods is focused on creating high-end, food-focused edible chocolate goods while highlighting the culinary talent found in the Portland food scene via collaborations with local coffee roasters, chefs, and others. (Oriana Koren for Leafly)

Leif has positioned itself as a foodie-friendly edibles company, attracting fence straddlers who have long been curious about edible cannabis.

“We want to celebrate the awesome food in this town,” Jody tells me. Their first chocolate bar, which contained coffee beans, biscotti bits, and cannabis, was widely popular in the medical market before cannabis became fully legal in Oregon. The Solomons are both huge fans of chocolate personally, and their research includes eating a lot of high-quality chocolate to decipher flavor profiles they like—not a bad gig. From there, ideation sessions often lead into a discussion of which of their favorite culinary makers could be good to incorporate into their bars as additional flavors to complement the cacao beans used.

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For the espresso-biscotti bar, “We tried different local coffees in the bar so we found the one that really worked well—Ristretto Roasters. They roast their beans until they caramelize so once pulverized that sweetness comes out instead of tasting like a bitter coffee,” says Jody. “There’s a local bakery here called Roman Candle and they make the most amazing biscotti so we’re like, ‘Why don’t we use the best biscotti we can get? And the best coffee we can get? And put it in our bar?’”

Layflat of all the Leif Goods edible bars. Co-owner Carrie Solomon is principal designer at Leif Goods and uses clean but bright branding to elevate the idea of what a cannabis edible can look and taste like. (Oriana Koren for Leafly)

This focus on being food-first (instead of milligram-first) accounts for a big portion of Leif’s success. With a dedication to conscientious sourcing and whole ingredients, Leif has positioned itself as a foodie-friendly edibles company, attracting fence straddlers who have long been curious about edible cannabis but for a time weren’t compelled by the products on the market.

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The recent influx of visitors to Oregon, thanks both to legal cannabis and high-profile events like the total solar eclipse, have brought international interest to Portland’s cannabis scene and the makers within it. The popularity of Leif’s bars can also be attributed to their balanced THC to CBD ratio: When the cannabinoid levels are precise and consistent, edibles become much more manageable, with CBD keeping the effects of THC in check to ensure a balanced and thoroughly modern edibles experience. This ensures that newcomers and old hats alike enjoy their Leif experience every time.

Infused chocolate bars at Leif Goods’ kitchen in Northeast Portland. (Oriana Koren for Leafly)

Headquarters: Overlook in North Portland

Years working with cannabis: 4

Signature product: Mint Hibiscus Chocolate Bar

Favorite strain: Anything super-high in CBD: Harlequin, ACDC, etc.

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Cannabis Product Deals: Oil Rigs, High-Res Calendars, and Cookbooks

10” Cyclone Flat Diffuser Oil Rig

10” Cyclone Flat Diffuser Oil Rig

What a better way to start the year off than with a fresh new rig? BongOutlet.com is featuring a long list of heaters on its menu, including this new Genie Glass 10” borosilicate cyclone flat diffuser 14mm (male) tabletop rig, designed to be used interchangeably with either oil or with flower. The cyclone percolator gives your pull a vortex effect, breaking the vapor/smoke down into smaller bubbles for an added layer of smoothness to your hit. Each rig comes with a glass and dome set along with a 14mm glass screened bowl and handle.

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Marijuana Wall Calendar

Marijuana Wall Calendar

Set your 420 friend up this new year with a fresh marijuana-themed 12-month wall calendar from CafePress.com. Complete with a full set of high-resolution macro cannabis photographs, this calendar features expertly captured and ready-to-harvest cannabis plants at their finest stage of maturation. Pages are measured at 11 x 8.5” (11×17” unfolded), each protected by high-gloss paper and wire-bound for your convenience. Every photo comes full bled, in full color, and with high-resolution finish.

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The Cannabis Cookbook

The Cannabis Cookbook

The Cannabis Cookbook by Tim Pilcher offers over 35 infused recipes at an incredible deal. Amazon.com has copies available for as low as $4 if you don’t mind getting a used or paperback print. Whether you’re looking for appetizers, main courses, desserts, beverages, or cocktails, this book has you covered with an array of options to choose from.

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10 California Cannabis Products Available in 2018

If you’re a newcomer trying to navigate California’s freshly opened cannabis market, you’re not alone. Even if you were a medical patient prior to the switch, there are a plethora of new rules shaping the products now available, and even brands you recognize may have made some changes as adult-use regulations have gone into effect.

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While this market is likely to continue to change rapidly throughout 2018 and beyond, the following are 10 products you can already purchase if you’re shopping at California recreational cannabis stores today. We’ve listed each with its approximate price and at least one place you can find it—to see whether it’s available at your favorite store, check that store’s menu on Leafly.

Have other faves you’re loving on California’s new market that we haven’t mentioned here? Share them in the comments below!

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Already beloved from California’s medical market days, these delectable, citrusy, cannabis-infused drinks come in lively soda cans and include 45mg THC (4.5 doses) per can.

Approximate price: $9

One place to find it: Berkeley Patients Group in Berkeley

Formerly known as hmbldt, dosist is focused on exactly what the new name suggests: dependable cannabis oil dosing (targeting 2.25mg per hit). These disposable, pre-loaded pens probably the most advanced and noob friendly vape pen out there, and the Bliss formulation, at 9:1 THC:CBD, is a fan favorite.

Approximate price: $100 per half-gram

One place to find it: Caliva in San Jose

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10 California <strong>Marijuana</strong> Products Available in 2018 | Leafly(Courtesy of Marley Natural)

You know Ghost OG as the strain that lab-tests highest for THC, and you can find this powerhouse strain in Marley Natural’s curated California collection of indoor-grown Studio strains.

Approximate price: $55 per eighth

One place to find it: 420 Central in Santa Ana

Foria Pleasure is our top pick for cannabis-infused lube (or, more accurately, cannabis-infused “sensual oil”), and the little amber bottles pack in plenty of THC. Also available from Foria are Foria Relief vaginal suppositories, designed to mollify menstrual cramps.

Approximate price: $38

One place to find it: MedMen in West Hollywood

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10 California <strong>Marijuana</strong> Products Available in 2018 | Leafly(Courtesy of Master Growers)

Master Growers’ price points are incredibly reasonable—often you’ll end up with two grams of oil for the normal rate that one goes for elsewhere.

Approximate price: $50 per 2g

One place to find it: Mankind Cooperative in San Diego

Korova reformulated their previously-more-potent cookies just in the nick of time to get them into the new retail market. They’re available in packages of 100mg total, made more easily dosable with ten 10mg mini-cookies per package.

Approximate price: $10

One place to find them: Airfield Supply Co. in San Jose

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10 California Marijuana Products Available in 2018 | Leafly(Courtesy of Cannabis Quencher)

Clocking in from 10mg up to the new maximum for THC content for California edibles, 100mg (the old 200mg formulations are now banned), you can buy Cannabis Quencher drinks in various strengths, formulations, and flavors including mango, strawberry lemonade, and watermelon lime.

Approximate price: $15 for 100mg

One place to find it: Palm Springs Safe Access (PSSA) in Palm Springs

Tangie is among the most delectable strains on the market, so it makes sense that Utopia’s live resin version would be just as mouthwatering in dab form.

Approximate price: $45 per half-gram

One place to find it: Berkeley Patients Group in Berkeley

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10 California Marijuana Products Available in 2018 | Leafly(Courtesy of Select Oil)

Available in indica, sativa, or hybrid varieties, Select’s scientifically formulated Elite cartridges contain pure, high-potency distillate infused with strain-specific terpenes.

Approximate price: $36 per half-gram

One place to find it: MedMen in West Hollywood

10 California Marijuana Products Available in 2018 | Leafly(Courtesy of Sensi Chew)

Sensi Chew’s 100mg medicated caramels are delicious and designed to get the job done. The insomnia variety is particularly effective: It’s formulated with melatonin to help you drift off in record time.

Approximate price: $12

One place to find them: Airfield Supply Co. in San Jose


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What Are You Smoking? Bonus Episode: Emerald Cup Co-Founder Tim Blake

What Are You Smoking? features Leafly experts Jeremiah Wilhelm, Bailey Rahn, Will Hyde, and Brett Konen, as well as guests from all corners of the cannabis industry reviewing strains, test-firing products, offering up pro tips, and answering your toughest cannabis questions. Subscribe, rate, and review the show on iTunes!

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Bonus Episode: Emerald Cup Founder Tim Blake

In this episode: 

What Are You Smoking? will be back with brand new episodes in 2018. Until then, take a listen to host Will Hyde’s interview with Tim Blake, the founder and driving force behind California’s iconic Emerald Cup cannabis competition.

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Check back soon for new episodes, and if you just can’t wait, remember that you can also catch up on previous episodes of both What Are You Smoking? and The Roll-up on Leafly’s Podcasts page.

Strains & Products on This Episode:

Cherry Limeade
Gelato
KC 36

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Meet Your Show Hosts

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Jeremiah Wilhelm is a strain researcher and subject matter expert at Leafly. A former budtender, Jeremiah is the site’s reigning beard champion and self-proclaimed Office Garden Gnome.

Bailey-2048-copy1-240x240Bailey Rahn is an editor at Leafly specializing in cannabis strains and health. When she’s not at Leafly, you’ll likely find her smoking her way up a mountain or playing dress-up with her cats.

10859f1a857586f9ef11419f1635e517Will Hyde is a subject matter expert, strain specialist, and digital producer at Leafly. He spends his free time traveling and exploring creative outlets as a DJ, digital artist, and film producer.

b3fe573b22546969ff81691006d2a0c6Brett Konen is an editor at Leafly specializing in lifestyle content. She’s fascinated by parallels between alcohol and cannabis, and is very bad at writing while high.

About Our Music:

Music for “What Are You Smoking” is provided by Lusine. “Ticking Hands” is from his album Sensorimotor. “Two Dots” is from A Certain DistanceFor more about Lusine, check out Ghostly.com.


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