20 Gifts for Canadians Who Love Weed

Article by Coleman Molnar and Alex Nino Gheciu, Complex

20 Gifts for Canadians Who Love Weed BY COLEMAN MOLNAR, ALEX NINO GHECIU What do you get a pothead for Christmas? Why, pot, of course.

What do you get a pothead for Christmas? Why, pot, of course.

But that’s not the only thing you can get for your bud who loves bud to show that you’re down with their green way of life. They may be completely happy with a big ‘ol bag of kush, but we’re more creative than that, aren’t we? Especially when there’s no shortage of weed and weed-adjacent companies sprouting up across Canada, the first G20 country to legalize recreational cannabis on a national scale. (Still feels good to say that.)

OK, let’s get stoned and go shopping. Or, at least, let’s go shopping for those about to get stoned.

Haviah Mighty x Ziggi Rolling Papers

“They don’t want the smoke,” Haviah raps in one of her most popular singles. Au contraire, we want all of the smoke coming from a joint rolled in the Polaris winner’s limited-edition run of papers. Each booklet includes 32 ultra-thing king size papes made of a natural wood pulp mix, 32 filter tips, a reusable rolling tray, and a collectible insert card.

$5 at Haviah Mighty’s web store

Wobble Grinder

The grinder is among the necessary cannabis accoutrements (sounds so much nicer than “weed paraphernalia,” right?), but believe it or not it doesn’t need to have a picture of Bob Marley on it. This stylish Wobble Grinder is made in Toronto from Canadian Walnut and machined brass by Cofo Design in collaboration with Ellie Mae—it looks cool, busts bud and, uh, wobbles. Keep it clean, though, because rounded grinders can be tricky to open if they gum up.

$180 at Cofo Design

Legend Chocolate

Hydroponic green from BC’s Kootenay mountains, a Calgary-based fourth-generation chocolatier, and an Ontario-based LP team up for one of the nation’s best THC-infused chocolates from Indiva. And who doesn’t love chocolates? (Because those people can just eat gummies.) Legend Dark or Milk Chocolates break into four squares and have a total of 10 mg of THC per 10g bar.

$5 per pack at most provincial retailers

Shy Wolf x San Rafael ’71 Candles

Licensed producer San Rafael ‘71 tapped small-batch candlemaker Shy Wolf from Grey Highlands, Ontario, to create some sustainable soy wax candles to set the mood for the kind of session we need to get through the rest of 2020. The limited-run collection features terpenes from San Rafael ‘71’s Delahaze, Tangerine Dream, and Pink Kush strains and are available now.

Available at Shy Wolf Candles

Good Supply Pineapple Express Vape

You don’t need to be a vape god to gift like one. Good Supply’s Pineapple Express Vape has been the best-selling vape in Ontario since its launch at the beginning of 2020. If you want to make it a package thing, include a copy of Pineapple Express the movie starring Seth Rogen and a can of the actor’s own Houseplant Grapefruit Sparkling Water ($7). And you know what, fuck it, might as well throw in an actual pineapple along with it. (Requires a 510 thread vape battery for use.)

$40 per cartridge at most provincial retailers

Soleil Gather Frosty Mint 510 Vape

Soleil is embracing the festive spirit with a Gather Frosty Mint 510 Vape cartridge that’s got notes of vanilla and mint plus a bit of CBD for a well-rounded, relaxing holiday high. But for now it’s available only in Ontario, Alberta, and New Brunswick.

$40 per cartridge at select provincial retailers

Makeway Lighter

Support Canada’s only standalone women’s sneaker boutique, Makeway, by sparking up with one of these branded white BICs.

$4 at Makeway

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