The 10 best weed gifts for your girlfriend
Buy her something she’ll love.
So you need the perfect gift for your girlfriend and (lucky you!), she’s a stoner. With all the amazing products on the market these days, there’s lots of opportunities to buy her something that she will love and wouldn’t think to get herself. We tapped some of our favorite women in the cannabis community for suggestions and here’s what we came up with.
1. A New Pipe or Bong
It’s hard to go wrong with a new pipe. Something from the Jane West collection is sure to impress your lady, regardless of her style. All of these simple, blue pieces are made of high-quality glass and they’re likely not available at your local head shop so they’ll make for a nice surprise. Besides, she’ll think of you everytime she uses it.
2. Cannabis Bath Bombs or Topicals
Give her the gift of relaxation with a cannabis bath bomb. These are available both in varieties that have THC (in legal states) and ones that just have CBD (hemp oil) everywhere else.
The “Flowerchild” Bath Bomb, from Life Flower Care, is just $15. It is gorgeous, organic and infused with boutique-grown cannabis.
The CBD Swirl Grapefruit Bath Bomb, by De La Beuh, is also affordable and smells great. And since it contains no THC, it’s available everywhere. It costs $15.
For the best of both worlds, try the Relieve Bath Bomb from Kush Queen. It’s infused with both THC and CBD, at 25 mg each. It has everything she needs to melt away her pain. (A CBD-only version is also available.)
3. Rose Petal Blunts
What could be more romantic than a rose petal blunt?
Since they’re too new of a trend to come “pre-assembled,” you’re gonna need to buy roses and weed to roll ’em up yourself. There’s a method involved, but it’s not that difficult. Besides, nothing says “I care” like a DIY present.
4. Cannabis Infused Body Oil
Body oil infused with weed is always a great gift idea. Calming Body Oil from Apothecanna is great for winding down at the end of a long day. In addition to cannabis, it contains frankincense, lavender, and chamomile. It costs $36.
Herb Essntls’ Cannabis Infused Moisturizer will also keep her skin hydrated. It stimulates the natural oil production skin needs. Infused with cannabis seed oil and fortified with organic apple extract, green tea and more, it costs $60.
If you want to go all out, consider a self-assembled “spa basket” containing oils, lotions, and tinctures.
5. Weed Lube
There’s nothing more intimate than weed lube. Cannabis-infused sex lubricants increase pleasure in two ways: by reducing friction and inhibition.
Foria is one of the major brands in this space. Calling itself “the first of its kind,” Foria Pleasure is a blend of coconut oil and cannabis oil. Named the “Sex Product of the Year” by GQ upon its release, it is typically bought in dispensaries, since it contains THC. It usually costs $36 to $48 a bottle.
Another option is Bond Sensual Oil from botanicaSEATTLE. Bond takes 20 to 40 minutes to kick in. It is described by the company as “a self-contained experience that can be enhanced by sex.” Like Foria, Bond Sensual Oil is distributed through a network of dispensaries.
6. Medicated chocolates
If your girlfriend loves both weed and chocolate, medicated chocolates are one of the most romantic weed gifts available. The competition these days among cannabis chocolates is stiff.
Satori Chocolates offers gourmet, low-dose options sourced from fine ingredients. Infused by master chocolatiers, Satori’s treats come in bars divided into squares, each containing 10 mg of THC so that she can dose to her own comfort level. Dark or milk chocolate bars are available. The company also makes chocolate-dipped strawberries, cacao beans, coffee beans and almonds with 140 mg of THC per package, at 2-3 mg per piece. California residents can find the nearest Satori chocolate retailer here.
Coda Signature Chocolates, made in Colorado, are recommended by high profile dispensaries such as Denver’s Dank Dispensary and GroundSwell Cannabis Boutique. Their product line includes expertly crafted hand-painted Forte and Cresendo truffles infused with CO2 extracted cannabis oil. A favorite from their brand is the “Coffee and Donuts” chocolate bar. All items come in 10 mg doses, to take the guesswork out of dosing. Coda Chocolates are available at these locations in Colorado.
7. Magical Butter Machine
Empower your girlfriend to make her own edibles with a Magical Butter Machine, one of the most romantic weed gifts around. The MB2e is one of the most revolutionary devices to hit the cannabis edibles market in, well, forever. That’s because with the handy booklet, you can prepare almost any cannabis-infused edible. It enables the quick and easy preparation of cannabutter, cannabis topicals, and cannabis tinctures. All you need is cannabis flowers, and you’re good to go. $174.95
8. Women’s Cannabis Box
Each month, the Lifted Ladies puts together a new themed box. It includes items like stash bags, jewelry, bath products, candles, and more. Those clever Lifted Ladies then pair it with new glass and a mix of useful essentials. Lifted Ladies isn’t a “subscription service;” each month’s boxes can be pre-ordered on a first-come, first served basis. You can pre-order the March “Luck” box here for $33.95.
9. Portable Vaporizer
Portable vapes are all the rage in the cannabis world, and for good reason. They offer convenience, discretion, and effectiveness all in one small package.
The PAX 3 from PAX Labs is suitable for both dry herb and wax. The oven chamber is large enough for avid users but also ensures heating even with a smaller amount of flowers. Unlike previous models, the PAX 3 has a wax insert, allowing you to enjoy a number of concentrates in addition to your dry herb. Four different preset heat settings offer versatility. The PAX 3 Complete Set is available for $249.99.
10. Get Her Some Weed
It may seem obvious, but you really can’t go wrong here. What stoner lady doesn’t love beautiful flowers—especially when they get her high?
The most romantic weed gifts always include some personalization and creativity. Consider buying a regular box of chocolates, putting the chocolates in a decorative bag for gifting, and then replacing the holders for the chocolates with different labeled buds.