Ahh, the notorious “munchies.” You’ve enjoyed your cannabis… a little time passes… when suddenly, without fail… you have a hankering for FOOD. Before we discuss how to handle that tsunami-grade wave of hunger—and the chow-down that often follows—let’s look at why our post-cannabis cravings are so strong.
Looking for a healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth? These lemony, date-sweetened, coconut-covered balls are it! Dairy free, gluten free, refined sugar free… check, check and check! Because they’re no-bake, they’re an excellent candidate for your next—or even your first!—infusion.
While many West Coast markets are comfortable and thriving with nearly unlimited access to cannabis products, a multitude of people in the eastern states are still fighting for access… ~ Leafly
Rugelach rules at holiday time, but you’ll want to make ours all year long! Our twist on this traditional Jewish recipe uses purchased pie dough (sold in 2-packs,) which we slather with chocolatey cannabutter spread and crunchy walnuts. The result is a simplified rollup that’s tender, sweet, and delightfully reminiscent of the real thing. Feel free to halve this recipe, then fill the second pastry with cheese and sauce for a savory pizza version.
“The Holidays.” It’s a phrase that conjures up so many different emotions. Joyous, cozy, warm, merry, lively, enchanting … good stuff like that. Right? Hopefully!
Holiday hustle got the best of you? We hear that. Sometimes all you want to do is take a little time out, curl up with your cannabis, and watch a good movie.
Marijuana company Curaleaf Holdings Inc. has secured $275 million in financing, one of the first syndicated deals for the cannabis industry. ~ Bloomberg
These no-bake treats have a rich and creamy chocolate center with a sweet outer shell. They are guaranteed to be the first to go at your next party (so tuck a few away for yourself)! You can also experiment with different sandwich cookie flavors like vanilla or lemon.
While some stigma remains with cannabis culture, famous celebrities have made their way into the spotlight to shed a bit of light on pro-cannabis support. Tommy Chong, who remains to be an activist for the cannabis movement, is the inspiration behind the strain “Chong Star”. Then, there’s “Michael Phelps OG,” born once a photo surfaced of the 18-time Olympic gold medal swimmer smoking from a bong. While these strains don’t come with a promise of stardom or gold medals, you’re sure to feel “some type of way” as you inhale.