Which Infused Pre-roll is Best for Me?

An infused pre-roll is a joint that is not only rolled with premium flower but also includes some kind of high THC cannabis concentrate in an oil, wax, or hash form. Roughly 78% of the pre-roll joint market is infused now, say cannabis industry experts, and the concoctions are getting better and stronger every day. Those looking for a more potent, intense high should definitely purchase an infused pre-roll and have it delivered by Doobie for the ultimate chill experience.

Let’s talk about the concentrates that make up the infusion. They are made from the cannabis flower and processed to retain only the cannabinoids and terpenes. What’s left is essentially powerful concentrate with the non-essential plant material having been removed. Quite often with infused joints, either the flower itself is infused then rolled, or the roller of the joint peppers the concentrate in the ground-up flower and then rolls it up.

Regular Pre-rolls vs Infused Pre-rolls

The biggest difference between a regular pre-roll and an infused pre-roll is in their potency. In fact, infused pre-rolls are not recommended for novice cannabis users. If you’re trying the infused pre-roll for the first time, start slowly with a single puff or pull and wait for effects to begin before smoking more. It’s also best to stay home in case it hits you harder than you thought. That’s where we come in.

For an epic experience, look for high-quality extracts like resin, rosin, or even live versions of these distillates. On the cheap end would be a butane hash oil distillate-infused pre-roll. Quality costs more, but your health and enjoyment are worth the higher price.

How Do You Choose A Pre-roll?

First, how often do you toke? If you’re inexperienced, or the last time you tried to smoke (but didn’t inhale) was in college, you’re going to want to take it easy and slow. In fact, infused pre-rolls are not recommended for novice cannabis users. Adversely, if you’re a heavy user, you probably want to go right to the strongest thing out there, depending on you you roll. If you’re somewhere in the middle, don’t worry, we got you!

For the Occasional User

For the occasional recreational user, choosing a pre-roll will depend on what you’re looking for. If you smoke weed to relax and help you sleep at night, check out the Gelato High Octane by Heavy Hitters. With 60% THC, this one’s sure to put you “in da’ couch.” 

Daytime and Productive Highs

For a daytime or more “productive” high, you can’t go wrong with the Maui Wowie Infused pre-roll from Jeeter. Maui Wowie is a Sativa-dominant landrace strain that originated in the 1970s on the Hawaiian island for which it’s named. The strain has been cultivated for more than four decades and has legendary pop culture references.

Hybrid Flower Blends

If you prefer a more mild, hybrid flower blend, Drew Martin has a Lavendar & Passion Flower pre-roll. It’s a low-dose curated blend of sun-grown Sativa-hybrid cannabis and globally inspired botanicals. Their pre-rolls are crafted to be unlike anything you’ve ever tasted and deliberately low dose so you’re always in the room. 

Have Questions?

If you’re on the fence about a specific pre-roll, or if you have questions and/or concerns in general, here are a few options. Ask your budtender for a recommendation, or call Doobie’s friendly cannabis consultants at 888-836-6243. You may also consider buying a single just for research purposes. You can either cut it open to inspect the interior – which should look like freshly ground nugs – or just pay close attention when you smoke it. If you smell like a campfire or pick up strong plant flavors, there’s probably trim in the mix, which is a compromise on quality.
Are you salivating yet? Shop Doobie’s carefully curated collection and skip the dispensary.

The Truth About Terpenes

What are Terpenes? 

Indica, Sativa, THC, and cannabinoids are commonly associated terms within the cannabis industry. Recently, a newer term has emerged and has been used with growing frequency: Terpenes. 

Also called terps and terpenoids, terpenes are the compounds in cannabis that give it distinctive and often intense aromas, and flavors are popping up in consumer products everywhere. Terpenes are naturally occurring compounds found in plants and in some animals. 

Terpenes have only recently started to become a popular product in the cannabis space. In the last year, many new specialty terpene companies are infiltrating the market as more people learn about the benefits of mixing terpenes into their CBD or marijuana products.

What Do Terpenes Do?

Plants create terpenes to protect themselves from predators or to lure pollinators. They help give the plant flavors, aromas, and colors associated with certain types of vegetation. Some terpenes act as protective agents for some plants by helping them recover from damages and keeping them away from germs and bacteria. While these properties mostly help the plants, what else are terpenes used for?

The idea is that terpenes enhance the health benefits of the products either alone or synergistically with other terpenes, THC, CBD, and other minor cannabinoids found in cannabis. Most research has focused on the health effects of individual terpenes. 

Manufacturers isolate these terpenes to make scents and flavors in things like food, perfumes, and other body products. Others also use them to make dyes, pesticides, and cleaning solvents.

Cannabis terpenes are what give strains different aromas and tastes. As the cannabis plant dies, the cannabis terpenes oxidize to become terpenoids. People use cannabis-derived terpenes for different purposes like relieving anxiety, depression, and inflammation–depending on the type.

How Do They Compare To CBD and THC?

There are more than 100 cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant, but CBD and THC are the most common. While cannabinoids and terpenes can help you understand what to expect from a cannabis plant, they are different chemical compounds.

While terpenes help you identify the cannabis strain, they also interact with the endocannabinoid system. The body absorbs and uses them differently than it does CBD and THC. In full-spectrum cannabis, the three compounds work synergistically to give you the entourage effect.

That means they alter or enhance the effects of CBD and THC in your body. A few studies show that people who took CBD-containing terpenes had better relief in epilepsy and anxiety than people who took pure CBD.

Terpenes For Therapeutic Effects

When researching which terpenes are right for you, it is important to know your why. For example, are you seeking pain relief, fighting inflammation, or do you need help sleeping? Terpenes can be added to your oil to help boost a particular set of benefits for your CBD oil.

You can either find strain-specific extracts that have the terpenes you’re looking for or order individual terpenes:

  • Best terpenes for sleep — linalool, myrcene, nerolidol
  • Best terpenes for Inflammation — bisabolol, borneol, linalool, myrcene, pinene, terpineol, nerolidol
  • Best stimulating Terpenes — geraniol, pinene, limonene, valencine
  • Best terpenes for anxiety — caryophyllene, myrcene, nerolidol
  • Best terpenes for pain — bisabolol, borneol, caryophyllene

What to Look For When Shopping for Terpenes

Extracting terpenes requires specialty equipment to do correctly and responsibly. More primitive methods involve the use of toxic chemical solvents like butane or hexane. The best companies in this space are using much safer methods of steam distillation or supercritical CO2 to remove the terpenes.

Be careful and know where your terpenes are sourced, as some companies are selling synthetic fragrance oils under the guise of “all-natural terpene extracts.”  Fragrance oils do not offer any health benefits, and they bring a risk of an allergic reaction, irritation, or other harmful side effects. Some of these compounds have even been shown to interfere with hormone activity in humans (also known as endocrine disruption).

What to Know About Boston Marijuana Legalization

We’re celebrating 6 years of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts! Here’s a look back at cannabis legalization in the bay state: 

Timeline of Marijuana Legalization in Massachusetts 

2016 

  • By a margin of 54% to 46%, Massachusetts voters approve the legalization of recreational marijuana. 
  • Not long after, a law was passed delaying the timeline for licensing the first recreational marijuana store, from Jan. 1, 2018, to July 1, 2018.

2018 

  • The state begins accepting applications for retailer, manufacturer and transport licenses.

2019 

  • Customers purchased the first legalized recreational cannabis in Northampton Massachusetts, becoming the seventh state to begin recreational marijuana sales, 2 years after it was legalized. 

2020 

  • After a 60-day COVID-19 shutdown, marijuana dispensaries are allowed to reopen.
  • Boston’s first recreational marijuana dispensary opens, 3 years after recreational marijuana was legalized. 

2021

  • The state begins accepting applications for marijuana home delivery services, a business type that regulators and advocates argue will be a vital part of an equitable cannabis industry.

2022

Current Boston Marijuana Laws

  • Marijuana in Massachusetts is legal for both medical and recreational use.
  • Customers do not need to be Massachusetts residents but must have a government-issued ID. 
  • Purchases must be completed with cash or a debit card. 
  • In Massachusetts, customers must be 21 years or older.
  • State law permits the purchase of up to one ounce of flower or five grams of concentrate at a time. Individuals can also purchase up to 100 milligrams of THC.
  • Purchasing cannabis products from anywhere other than a licensed marijuana dispensary or marijuana delivery service is illegal.
  • Marijuana cannot be consumed on federal land. You may only consume cannabis on private property. 
  • If you buy marijuana in Boston, it is illegal to take your cannabis across state lines. 

Skip the dispensary, order delivery!

With marijuana dispensaries popping up all over Boston, deciding where to buy your weed can be overwhelming. Doobie lets you skip the hassle and delivers your favorite marijuana products to your front door. You can place an order on our website, over the phone, or by text message at 1-888-8DOOBIE (1-888-836-6243). All you need to do is add your favorite cannabis products to your cart and create an account with your delivery address. After placing your order, you’ll receive a text message from your doobie driver with updates and an estimated time of delivery!

Is Cannabis Addictive?

In the 1970s and 1980s, it was commonly believed that cannabis was a gateway substance. The theory suggested that cannabis users were likely to develop a marijuana addiction and become addicted to more dangerous and harmful substances. Years later, studies have proven that marijuana is not a gateway drug and the substance is actually less addictive than alcohol or nicotine. Through years of research and testing, we now have a better understanding of cannabis addiction and ways to use marijuana products safely. With cannabis legalized medically and recreationally in dozens of states, the misconception that marijuana is addictive and harmful has faded. 

Cannabis has a variety of benefits and can be consumed safely and responsibly. Although cannabis addiction is a reality for some users, marijuana is less harmful and easier to quit than other substances. To learn more about cannabis dependence, the benefits of marijuana, and how to use marijuana safely, please read below: 

Is Cannabis Addictive?

One of the most commonly asked questions by cannabis users is, “Is marijuana addictive?” While individuals can become addicted to a wide array of substances, marijuana addictions are less likely to develop than other drugs and are easier to quit. The CDC cites that approximately 10%–30% of people who use marijuana will develop a cannabis addiction, a clinical diagnosis meaning they try but fail to quit using marijuana and put marijuana before important people or moments in their lives. 

While only a small population develops a cannabis addiction, it is important to know the risk factors and ways to ensure users are consuming responsibly. Using cannabis frequently increases the risk of marijuana dependence, so it’s suggested that individuals who use cannabis often take occasional breaks.

A recent study by researchers at the University of London found that CBD extracts can help reduce cannabis dependency. Interestingly enough, cannabis can be used to treat cannabis addiction. According to the study, “participants treated with CBD showed lower levels of cannabis in their urine and an increased number of days abstinent”. So next time you take a tolerance break, try taking some CBD.

The Benefits of Cannabis 

Cannabis has a variety of benefits, from aiding mental health to treating a wide range of diseases. Epidemiological and animal studies by the European Journal of Internal Medicine and Nature Reviews Cancer show that cannabinoids, the active compounds in marijuana, have positive results for treating diseases like cancer and neurological decline. The Food and Drug Administration has also acknowledged its medical potential by approving a cannabis-derived drug to treat epilepsy.  

Using Cannabis Safely & Responsibly 

  • Purchase your marijuana from a licensed dispensary or cannabis delivery service to ensure you receive legal cannabis.
  • Try a lower dose (5mg–10mg) of marijuana if you are an infrequent user or trying cannabis for the first time.
  • Consider the various ways to consume cannabis: edibles, tinctures, flower, concentrates, or vaporizers. If you’re new to cannabis, products such as vaporizers or edibles may be the best choice. 
  • Avoid cannabis dependency by taking cannabis breaks regularly.
  • If you or a loved one becomes addicted to cannabis, consult with a medical professional. 
  • Do not operate a vehicle or large machinery while consuming cannabis. Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal and causes psychological impairment to judgment, coordination, and reaction time. 
  • Keep in mind that a variety of factors influence how an individual reacts to cannabis, such as gender, previous experience, the method it’s consumed, the strength of the marijuana, a person’s body weight, and how much food you have in your system. 

If you have any more questions about cannabis addiction, the benefits of marijuana, or safe consumption tips, reach out to our customer service representatives. You can connect with us on our website or over the phone at 1-888-8DOOBIE.

What to Know About Kansas City Medical Marijuana

With one half of Kansas City in Kansas and the other in Missouri, the laws surrounding cannabis can be confusing! With completely different rules in the neighboring states, there’s an understandable number of questions among residents: Where can I buy and consume cannabis legally in Kansas City? And with the ease of traveling between Kansas and Missouri, what are the rules about bringing weed across state lines? 

To find out everything you need to know about purchasing medical marijuana in Kansas City, and how easily you can order premium cannabis products to your doorstep, keep reading!

Medical Marijuana in Kansas City

  • Medical marijuana in Kansas City is permitted by Missouri medical maijuana laws. 
  • A person of any age can become a medical marijuana patient, including a minor as long as they have a legal guardian over 21 that is registered as their medical marijuana caregiver. 
  • Qualifying patients or their caregivers may purchase up to 4 ounces of flower in a 30 day period. 
  • Even though medical marijuana is legal in Missouri, marijuana possession remains a federal offense, so if you buy marijuana in Kansas City, it is illegal to take your cannabis across state lines into Kansas or any other state.
  • It is also illegal for a licensed patient to consume marijuana in a public place. 

To qualify for a Missouri marijuana medical ID card in St. Louis, a patient must be diagnosed with a qualifying condition

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Intractable migraines 
  • Debilitating psychiatric disorders
  • Human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • A terminal illness
  • Any other chronic, debilitating or other medical condition, including, but not limited to, hepatitis C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, Huntington’s disease, autism, neuropathies, sickle cell anemia, agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, cachexia and wasting syndrome

If you qualify, the process is simple and can be completed in the comfort of your own home. To learn more about getting a medical ID card, check out our blog post, How to get a Missouri Medical Marijuana ID card. 

Buying Weed in Kansas City

Medical cannabis can be purchased from any registered marijuana dispensary or marijuana delivery service in Kansas City. Doobie makes this process easy by delivering your favorite cannabis products to your doorstep. After placing your order, your driver will reach out with updates and an estimated time of delivery, which will be both quick and discrete. If you have any questions, be sure to hit us up on our customer service Highline! You can connect with us on our website, over the phone, or by text message at 1-888-8DOOBIE.

How to Order Weed From Arizona Recreational Dispensaries

It has been one incredibly successful year since recreational marijuana was legalized in the state of Arizona. Customers purchased over $1.23 billion worth of cannabis products, providing the state more than $196 million in taxes, which will be used to help fund public education. Cannabis consumption is growing in popularity across the state, and whether you’re a newbie or cannabis connoisseur, it’s important to know the regulations in your state. Marijuana laws dictating the purchase, sale, possession, and use of cannabis varies between recreational and medical patients. Understanding the rules, like those surrounding age and quantity restrictions can be confusing, but we’re here to help. To learn more about medical and recreational marijuana in Arizona, as well as where to buy your weed and how to get it delivered to your doorstep, continue reading! 

Medical Marijuana in Arizona 

  • Marijuana has been legal for medical use in Arizona since 2010. 
  • A person of any age can become a medical marijuana patient, including a minor as long as they have a legal guardian over 21 that is registered as their medical marijuana caregiver. 
  • With an Arizona medical marijuana card you can purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis every two weeks. However, state law permits the purchase of up to 12.5 grams of concentrate at a time. 
  • It is important to note that individuals may only consume cannabis on private property.

To become a medical marijuana patient in the state of Arizona a person must have one of following the qualifying medical conditions:

  • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Severe and Chronic Pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Persistent Muscle Spasms
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Seizures

If you qualify, the process is simple and can be completed in the comfort of your own home. All you need to do is choose a medical marijuana doctor and schedule an appointment. 

Recreational Marijuana in Arizona 

  • Arizona legalized recreational marijuana in 2020. 
  • Adults over the age of 21 can possess 1 ounce of cannabis with no more than 5 grams in the form of a concentrate. 
  • Purchases must be completed with cash or a debit card.  
  • Buying cannabis products from anywhere other than a licensed marijuana dispensary or marijuana delivery service is illegal.
  • Smoking cannabis in any public place is also illegal, so you may only consume on private property.

Order with Doobie

If you’re looking for cannabis delivery in Arizona, Doobie is the service for you. Doobie lets you skip the dispensary line and delivers your favorite cannabis products directly to you! You can place an order on our website, over the phone, or by text message at 1-888-8DOOBIE (1-888-836-6243). All you need to do is add your favorite cannabis products to your cart and create an account with your delivery address. After placing your order, you’ll receive a text message from your doobie driver with updates and an estimated time of delivery. If you have any questions, be sure to hit us up on our Highline. Our customer service representatives can clarify state laws, offer product recommendations, or just chat if you are high and need someone to talk to. So what are you waiting for? Skip the dispensary, order delivery!

How to Buy Marijuana in Boston, MA

Curious about Marijuana in Boston, but don’t know where to buy your weed? We’ve got you covered! Ordering cannabis can be an overwhelming process with so many strains, styles, and forms of consumption. Whether you decide to go to a marijuana dispensary or get marijuana delivery, we’ll walk you through how to buy marijuana in Boston. You may have a few questions about marijuana laws in Massachusetts, like “how much weed can I buy?” or “do I need a license?”. We’re here to help. 

Boston Marijuana Laws

  • Marijuana in Massachusetts is legal for both medical and recreational use.
  • Customers do not need to be Massachusetts residents but must have a government-issued ID. 
  • Purchases must be completed with cash or a debit card. 
  • In Massachusetts, customers must be 21 years or older.
  • State law permits the purchase of up to one ounce of flower or five grams of concentrate at a time. Individuals can also purchase up to 100 milligrams of THC.
  • Purchasing cannabis products from anywhere other than a licensed marijuana dispensary or marijuana delivery service is illegal.

Ways to Consume Marijuana

There are a variety of different ways one can consume marijuana. Flower, edibles, tinctures, and wax are just a few methods to get high. There are also numerous types of accessories people use to ingest cannabis like joints, vaporizers, pipes, and bongs. 

Sativa and Indica are the two main marijuana strains and can be cultivated to produce different effects. Hybrid refers to a strain created by combining both Sativa and Indica. Sativas are known for producing a head-high and are often used during the daytime, while Indicas have a reputation for helping with relaxation and are popular at night. 

With Doobie, every product we carry is lab-tested and certified to ensure you receive the absolute highest quality goods. Feel free to consult our customer service representatives for a more individualized experience in choosing the right consumption method and marijuana strains for you.  

After You Make Your Purchase 

It is important to note that there are certain restrictions on where you can consume cannabis. Marijuana can not be consumed on federal land, which means you can not use cannabis in federal parks, sidewalks, or the beach. That means that it is illegal to consume marijuana in local Boston areas like Boston Commons, Carson Beach, or even Newbury Street. You may only consume marijuana on private property. It’s also important to note that if you buy marijuana in Boston, it is illegal to take your cannabis across state lines. 

Skip the dispensary, order delivery!

With marijuana dispensaries popping up all over Boston, deciding where to buy your weed can be overwhelming. Doobie lets you skip the hassle and delivers your favorite marijuana products to your front door. You can place an order on our website, over the phone, or by text message at 1-888-8DOOBIE (1-888-836-6243). All you need to do is add your favorite cannabis products to your cart and create an account with your delivery address. After placing your order, you’ll receive a text message from your doobie driver with updates and an estimated time of delivery! 

Top 3 Cannabis Brands to Be Delivered in Cathedral City

Top 3 Cannabis Brands to Be Delivered in Cathedral City

New to town and looking for marijuana in Cathedral City? Looking for something new to try from your favorite Cathedral City dispensary? Doobie is the premier marijuana delivery service in the Cathedral City, CA area that will hand-deliver top brands right to your door! From flowers and concentrates to edibles and drinks, check out some of these brands below – you just might find your new favorite one!

Heavy Hitters

Heavy Hitters is the Original SoCal vape that gives smokers the best-tasting and most enjoyable high, & has options for every cannabis consumer. One of our Staff Picks, the Hvy Grand Acapulco Gold Tincture, is 1000mg of THC and is definitely one to try! Their gummies are 100mg, and come in 4 different flavors – we’re sure there’s one you’ll love. Looking for a pre-roll instead? Try the Blue Gummies Diamond Infused or Jaw Breaker Diamond pre-rolls that are 1g each.

Wyld

Looking for great edibles to try? Look no further than Wyld! Their edibles are gummies and come in India, Sativa, or hybrid strains. Offering a few different flavors like Pomegranate, Marionberry, & Elderberry, Wyld is definitely a brand you should try. Want to know a secret? Doobie offers a little something special on Wednesdays for Wyld Wednesdays. Keep that in mind next time you find yourself searching for ‘dispensary delivery near me.

Maven Genetics

Maven Genetics was founded with one goal in mind: to breed and cultivate premium and exotic indoor cannabis of the highest quality. Our Staff Pick, Kashmir Kush is an Indica strain that will leave you feeling relaxed, happy, and sleepy. Looking for a hybrid? Add their Apple Frosting flower or Sherb Mints Pre-Roll to your next order from Doobie. You won’t be disappointed!
Doobie is your go-to dispensary delivery service, and these are only a few of a ton of brands we know would be the perfect fit for you. Looking for a list of all brands we offer in Cathedral City? Look no further than right here. Doobie does the hard part for you and brings you top cannabis brands to your door in an hour or less. It’s happiness, delivered!

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How to Get Your Weed Delivered From a Kansas City Dispensary

Earlier this year, Missouri legislators approved medical marijuana use in the state for patients with a valid medical ID card. This is a huge win in a long uphill battle for those suffering from conditions that marijuana use could help alleviate. As of right now, Kansas City cannabis use is limited only to those patients with a valid medical ID card, but steps toward recreational legalization are being taken. Need answers on getting a medical ID card, Kansas City laws, and how you can get your cannabis delivered to your door? Look no further! Read below for more.

To qualify for access to a Kansas City dispensary, a patient must be diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Autism

After a physician’s approval, a patient may qualify for a medical ID card. To learn more about getting a medical ID card, help with finding a physician, and to have any other questions answered, check out this blog we wrote about how to get a Missouri Medical ID card here. For a list of other conditions that qualify in Missouri, read more from the Mariajuna Policy Project here.

Once you apply for a card, get approved, and register with your state, make sure you understand the laws around Kansas City marijuana use so you’re well informed as laws are always changing.

Whether you’re a cannabis newbie and searching for weed delivery near me, or you’re a seasoned vet, Doobie is here to do the hard work for you! Finding the right dispensary in Kansas City can be tough. Skip the dispensary, order delivery. Doobie is your go-to for cannabis delivery in Kansas City. Our products are certified to ensure you receive the highest quality goods so you can focus on your health and wellness needs.

Whether you’re looking for edibles or flower, looking to try concentrates or topicals, or need more information on tinctures, extracts, and vaporizers, we’re here to help! Give us a buzz on the Highline if you have any questions, bud.

lady wrapping a gift

Best Gifts for Your Pothead Friends

The holidays are just around the corner and it’s the perfect time to show your best buds how thankful you are for them. Sure, you could give them a pair of socks or some peppermint-scented lotion, but is that what they really want? Probably not. If you’re looking for the best cannabis gifts to give to your pothead friends this season, look no further. Below are a few ideas we think would be perfect for your buds:

Cannabis Gift Baskets

Why not get your best bud a gift basket with all their favorite cannabis goodies in it for them? Etsy is a great place to start looking for marijuana gift baskets & ideas of what to put in yours. Cannabox is another great place to look if you want to sign your friend up for a subscription for all their favorite goodies to be delivered right to their door. If you’re interested in making one yourself, grab some munchie snacks, a rolling product of their choice, some premium flower, and maybe even throw in some gag gifts for a good laugh.

Marijuana Dispensary Gift Cards

Check with your local dispensary to see if they offer gift cards. Think of it as one of the most perfect weed gifts for your friend, sponsored by you! They can go to the dispensary and pick something out, and think of you while they use their gift card at the checkout.

Cannabis Books

There are a few great books about cannabis, but two you should check out are Bong Appétit’ Cookbook and High on Design, both available on Amazon. Bong Appétit’ is perfect for the friend who loves to try new recipes, and would be down to try something involving cannabis! High on Design is great for your creative bud who loves to learn about cannabis and design.

Cannabis Games

Instead of getting stoned and laying around, introduce your friends to a new game this season! Ducking High is a great game to play, and it helps get the conversation going. Ganjaland is a fun twist to a childhood favorite and is sure to put a smile on your best bud’s face.

Looking for new brands to gift your buds this season? Head over to Doobie and check out some of our top products. We’re sure there’s something for everyone!

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