Romancing The Stoner

Romancing The Stoner

What to Get the Cannabis Enthusiast in Your Life for Valentines Day

The cannabis industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors this side of the Rocky Mounties. Economic publications such as Forbes and the Wall Street Journal believe the cannabis industry exceeds more than $200 billion by the end of the decade. The projections have considered mass-market expansion and the variety of cannabis products amidst holidays available in the industry. More than 25 million US adults consume cannabis daily. Moreover, most cannabis consumers indulge in cannabis together. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, here is what you should consider getting your #StonerBae. 

Valentine’s Day cannabis-infused chocolates

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, most people only want a few things: a card, some flowers, and a nice box of chocolates. Thanks to the cannabis industry, the latter has become more appealing than ever. Cannabis companies are known for getting involved with holidays, and Valentine’s Day is no exception. Alongside a thoughtful card and a pretty bouquet of roses, consider getting your sweetheart a box of cannabis-infused chocolates. 

Unique pieces for your sweetheart

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, it is the thought that counts. Of course, everyone enjoys a holiday card and the traditional box of sweets. If you want to wow your #StonerBae, consider getting them a unique piece designed for when it is time to toke. Although the variety of vapes and papers are far and few in-between, the array of glass pieces for cannabis continues to expand. Glassblowers are continually crafting up new unique glass pieces designed for cannabis consumption. Furthermore, these professionals often limit styles of bongs, chillums, and bowls. Nothing says “I’m thinking of you” like a one-of-a-kind bowl for your sweetheart on the day of compassion and love.

An infused Valentine’s Day dinner.

Another staple of Valentine’s Day aside from chocolates is a nice dinner and dessert. Before the COVID-19 Pandemic, couples would make reservations at their favorite restaurants and enjoy each other’s company during their holiday. Since the national emergency, most municipalities have enacted orders limiting the capacities of restaurants and bars. Whether they are #StonerBae or #QuarantineBae, consider making them a thoughtful meal. Moreover, how about infusing that Valentine’s Day dinner with cannabis? Cannabutter or canna-coconut oil is easily accessible and can also be made quickly at home. 

The effects of edibles are more intense than traditional forms of cannabis consumption. This is thanks to a process known as decarboxylation. Summarily, this is when THC is converted into THCA, making it ready for infusion. The acidic variant of THC will induce heavier effects than a blunt or joint. 

Once you and your dearest love have enjoyed an infused holiday meal, why not consider dessert. This is the moment where the infused box of chocolates enters the festivities. However, consider crafting your beloved a unique Valentine’s Day dessert if you are up for the challenge. Additionally, your sweetheart will adore you for bridging the gap between a holiday dinner, cannabis, and a pandemic.

Me, you, and bud

If your partner is not into all of Valentine’s Day mumbo jumbo, there is still something you can do for them on Valentine’s Day. Set aside time exclusively for you, some weed, and #StonerBae. It is a fact that not everyone is into celebrating corporate holidays such as Valentine’s Day. However, no one will be against a thoughtful and compassionate gesture. Additionally, that time will be well spent with cannabis. Sometimes simplicity is the best love language. Be sure to celebrate the loved one in your life over cannabis this Valentine’s Day festivities above.

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