Summer is coming to a fast end but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Check out this Festival Season calendar for a full list of festivals in California. When it comes to the impact of marijuana legalization around festivals, things are still a little hazy.
Given the popularity of beer tents at outdoor festivals, it was reasonable to wonder whether event organizers would accommodate cannabis users, too. Or would non-medical marijuana remain illegal, as the industry struggles to grasp a law that is still in its infancy? Maybe one day we’ll see cannabis drinks at every booth or maybe even just the liquor store.
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Though the Cannabis Act sets out federal laws and standards on marijuana, each province has its own laws. For example, many cities have regulations that are even stricter than federal regulations. Cannabis consumers are typically discreet and respectful, but festival organizers have no idea how many will show up. By creating a private area for cannabis consumption, they can better respect their guests while also allowing users to consume in a controlled manner.
If you’re planning to host a cannabis-related event in a province/country which is not yet ready for it, don’t assume that the relevant provincial regulations are sufficient to ensure safety and compliance at your event. Check with the municipality and other relevant. Don’t get discouraged, though, some of the best THC-infused and CBD-infused drinks are there to help.
There is a lot of grey area in the regulation of cannabis where outdoor events are concerned, specifically relating to rules governing festivals and event organizers. Your regional association for events is a good resource as you navigate the local regulations and best practices. But again, the best-infused drinks can go a long way.
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Drugs and festivals go hand-in-hand yet with the way the government was set up, having real fun is very limited. Unless you try to sneak some of the good stuff in there. Best ways to sneak them in edibles, cartridges, deodorant, or even in a puffy scrunchie.
If you would like to consume cannabis on your outdoor vacation, the best thing you can do is bring marijuana edibles. The packaging should be removed from store-bought edibles and placed in a container of aluminum foil or a sandwich baggy.
Concentrates are a great smoking option if you’re going to a festival. It’s much easier to sneak them into a small space because they are more concentrated and use less of the product. A gram or two of parchment paper will fit in a standard business cardholder. A wax vape pen is helpful if you want to smoke undetected in places where it’s illegal.
If you have one of the best smokers in the market, you also have a place to store your weed. Just take out the batteries and pack them somewhere separately if you actually plan on using your vape pen. With a three battery mod, you’ll have enough space for a quarter of ground-up buds. Security isn’t concerned with nicotine fix so you should be able to easily sneak weed into a festival with this method.
Breezing through a music festival with a bag of weed in your pocket can be uncomfortable. If you’re not careful, you might accidentally expose it. There’s also the chance that someone could slip on the grass and end up with a bag of weed in their pocket.
Solution? Keep your weed in deodorant canisters. Whenever someone asks you for a hit, just break off a piece and give them one. Easy peasy. The ultimate stashing canned a soda can for storing weed, tobacco, and anything else that is small.
As festival season approaches, the quest for the perfect weed drink to elevate your experience is paramount. Crescent Canna’s Tropical THC Seltzer is a refreshing and innovative addition to the world of cannabis-infused beverages. Perfectly aligning with Herb.co’s roundup of the best weed drinks for festivals, this seltzer is not just a drink, but a vibrant companion to your festival adventures.
Imagine the sun kissing your skin, music vibrating through the air, and in your hand, a can of Crescent Canna’s Tropical THC Seltzer, brimming with the spirit of a tropical paradise. Each sip is a fusion of crisp, effervescent seltzer and the euphoric buzz of THC, a harmonious blend that dances on your palate and uplifts your spirit.
What makes Crescent Canna’s seltzer stand out in the bustling festival scene is its commitment to quality and enjoyment. With a perfectly balanced THC infusion, this seltzer ensures a delightful experience without overwhelming, making it ideal for both seasoned cannabis enthusiasts and first-timers looking to dip their toes into the world of THC-infused beverages.
Recess offers its CBD-infused drink in six delectable, low-sugar, low-calorie flavors, all of which are crafted with real fruit and functional herbs. And popping open a can of what the brand calls “calm, cool, and collected” sparkling water, full of hemp extract and adaptogens in flavors like blood orange and blackberry chai, has proven to be a game-changing remedy in relieving everyday stress.
It’s the same feeling that develops when you’re at the beach. Sat between the afternoon sun and firm, wet sand, slowly becoming very aware of your body’s movements but not the aches. It’s the same understated feeling you get when I’m looking at the ocean, lost in a wave of momentum.
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Clearly, the laws about weed aren’t going anywhere, and that sucks. But with all the obvious consumption, especially around festivals, it is becoming easier to sneak your infused goodies where you want them most. Here are some of the best-infused drinks on the market. And if you’re more into the CBD life, here are some of the best CBD drinks for you to try out.
No matter how you consume it, cannabis is a healing medicinal plant that can be taken in a multitude of forms thanks to people’s creativity and love of weed.