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In need of stoner gifts that don’t involve re-upping? This guide is intended to help bridge the gifting gap between non-smokers and pot enthusiasts. But if you don’t need the memo (because you already have it) you might want to consider picking up one of these dank accessories for yourself. Ya know, since, every day is 4/20.
The best stoner gifts you can buy online
Shopping for glass and other smoking accessories that aren’t intended for you is hard. There are so many questions you’re forced to ask–would they prefer water pipes to a bowl? What kind of papers do they like? Or are they a wrap person? Luckily, with Daily High Club (DHC), you can skip all the nuisances and get to the good stuff: giving a great stoner gift. DHC offers a variety of subscription boxes (for as little as $1/month), exclusive products in partnership with various celebs, DHC merch, and other products for potheads that you’ll only find online! So not only do you have to option to pick something out, but you can also buy an eGift card that will be emailed directly to the recipient and is valid for everything Daily High Club has to offer.
Price: $4.20 to $420
Designed with stainless steel, this three-piece pot leaf cookie cutter set won’t rust and is ideal for all baking needs (brownies, cookie dough, fruit, fondant, sandwiches, etc.).
What is a more iconic stoner gift than a pic of the famous smile lady not smirking but lighting up a J instead??? Change my mind.
Here’s how it works: Similar to beer pong, players will fire ping pong balls out of the bong aiming for their opponent’s cup. If it lands in the cup, they drink. First team to clear their opponent’s side of the table wins. The game includes one Bong Pong shooter, one ping pong ball and 12 plastic drinking cups.
If you can’t afford to buy them a Pax, Cannabolish might be your solution. Available in a misting spray and a candle, Cannabolish is made with plant oils and water so it’s all-natural and proven safe. You can expect it to smell a bit like wintergreen, citronella and root beer, and you won’t need to leave the room immediately after spraying it–so long, Ozium!
Perfect for the individual that’s always on the go, JustCBD’s individually wrapped honey sticks contain 10mg of CBD each and provide a relaxed, euphoric vibe to an otherwise nervewracking day. Seriously, anger and emotional turmoil just don’t exist with thanks to these puppies–you can quote me on that.
Want to learn more about CBD? Check out our guides to the best CBD edibles, best CBD oil and how to use a tincture, and the best CBD for anxiety, sleep, and promoting relaxation.
Price: $25 to $250
Ever wondered why Avril Lavigne looks like she hasn’t aged? It’s the weed.
Everyone needs a little TLC, but Caribbean author Sophie Saint Thomas teaches you how to incorporate what her culture considers to be a sacred and powerful plant into your self-care routines for added benefit. This guide is an amazing gift for people who have recently been introduced to marijuana because not only does it offer some really great suggestions on how to incorporate weed into “me time,” but it details all the lingo of stoner culture without being condescending. The book starts by teaching readers about weed–discussing the strains, ways cannabis can be consumed, and its medicinal effects. Then it goes on to detail the best practices for reaping all the benefits of THC and CBD by category–mind, body, and spirit. Some of the activities suggested in the book are guides to meditation and cannabis oil massage, instructions on how to rid yourself of self-doubt and write positive incantations, and so much more!
Highly recommended by over a dozen users, you may as well pick up a spare for yourself!
FYI Cards Against Humanity donates all their profits from this expansion go to the Marijuana Policy Project!!!
This limited edition 3-joint piece is the perfect present for the stoner who thinks they could out smoke Snoop Dogg.
This is the only friendship bracelet worth wearing, TBH.
If you (unfortunately) live in an illegal state, this might be the only box of weed you’re able to gift.
Filled to the brim with tasty, vegan edible recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and of course, snacks! Who knew eating your greens could be so easy? And if you’re looking for even more ways to cook with weed, check out our roundup of the best marijuana-friendly cookbooks.
Price: $13.28 (regularly $16.99)
From the publisher: You’re high—now what? Announcing the perfect companion of puzzles and games for anyone who enjoys getting baked now and then. Here are word searches, including Munchie-Mania (Dude, can you find nachos, Steakumms, cake icing, Doritos?). Mazes, like the Customs Quagmire—can you pilot a van made out of marijuana from Mexico to San Francisco? Fill-in-the-Pictures: Oh no! Cheech just singed off his mustache! Can you draw it back on? Plus the super-simple, super-amusing activity Trace Your Face: Tilt forward from the couch until your face rests in the empty pizza box on the coffee table. Pick up a pencil and, holding the pointy side down, trace your face. This activity is not timed.
They’ll need the base game to play with the Toking Hazard deck, but this expansion takes everything reviewers love about the create-your-own-comic game, Joking Hazard, and makes it a little more potent with high-larious 4/20-related humor.
Some stoners prefer to rolling over glass, which is cool but way less cost-effective. And running out to get papers last minute because you forgot you used the last one yesterday, kinda sucks. Help ’em out by gifting them a bundle like this Raw Rolling Kit which includes three different packs of papers, a bunch of filters/tips, a 10-foot hemp wick, a few travel containers, a basic grinder, rolling machine, and an airtight/waterproof/smell-proof case that also doubles as a rolling tray.
This little thing may look like nothing more than a notebook, but it’s actually the perfect stoner gift for people in both legal and illegal states. The logbook is designed with specific pages for any user to note names of strains, its qualities, likes and dislikes. There are even infographics and other guides to help authors really get into the nitty-gritty of their bud.
Of all the stoner movies out there, Reefer Madness is ironically one of the best comedies to date.
Not everyone has cool parents or the advantage of living in a legal state, which can create a bit of chaos as weed’s biggest flaw is the fact that is reeks. However, the Smoke Buddy strips the smoke of weed smell (and won’t fill your lungs with chemicals like the old DIY toilet paper roll and dryer sheet combo) so you can confidently rip one in hotels, your childhood bedroom, and even a dorm room without danking the place out.
Price: $12.30 (regularly $19.95)
If you’re a fan of making fun of your friends, you’ll love this NSFW party game. Played similarly to Cards Against Humanity, each round a card is drawn and every player gets a say as to which player would be most likely to do whatever is on the card and why. Then the player who receives the most votes wins that card and the player with the most cards loses the game. Buyer beware…this game isn’t for those that are easily offended.
During one of my many experiences joining a smoking circle with complete strangers in college, someone once mentioned that the French don’t grind their weed–they just use their fingers. I’m not sure how accurate that is (I’m gonna say it’s probably BS) but hearing that did make me hyperaware of when someone isn’t using a grinder, which happens more often than you’d think. What’s with the opposition of grinding your weed? You can literally only benefit from it! The finer the weed is ground, the better it will cherry (burn) and if you get a three-chamber grinder, you’ll collect kief. Which for those of you who don’t know what that is or why it matters, kief is the cumulation of the outermost layer of cannabis crystals (trichomes) and they get you very high. You can pack just a bowl of kief if you’re out of weed (not recommended unless you have A LOT of kief as it burns very quickly), or you can sprinkle it on the top of a packed piece or in a roll–a little goes a long way, friends.
I recommend the Aerospaced grinder because it’s large enough to fit those big nugs but not too big that it’ll weigh your pocket down. It’s also double-threaded which makes locking it in place and grinding super easy. Aerospaced grinders are designed with a kief catcher and every one comes with a kief scraper and magnetic lid so you can pregrind your bud for the day and store it in the piece without the worry of spillage. I wouldn’t go tossing the grinder around like a football, but in the six years I’ve had mine, she’s only done me well!
Price: $13.25 (regularly $29.99)
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Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.