While 2020 has been a tough year in many ways, it’s provided a lot of positives for cannabis proponents. Voters in five more states legalized cannabis while governments made dispensaries an essential business during the pandemic. Most importantly, the world seems to have come around to the idea of cannabis as a mainstream product.
That’s great news for shoppers during the holiday season. They now have more choices than ever when looking for cannabis Christmas gifts. The following looks at five great ideas for the cannabis lover on your gift list.
For hundreds of ideas, make sure to check out the online cannabis marketplace.
The popularity of CBD products continues to soar. With little-to-no THC, CBD offers a chance to enjoy the health benefits of cannabis without getting the psychoactive ingredients. And with the market booming, so has the number of CBD products. You can get tinctures, oils, capsules, lotions, water – even something for pets! It’s hard to go wrong choosing a CBD product as a cannabis Christmas gift.
People may use cannabis for different reasons. However, they all have one thing in common: they need places to store and carry their cannabis. You can shop online for accessories that include weed humidors, humidity-controlled cannabis storage boxes and apothecary cases.
It’s been a crazy year in terms of travel, but many people have returned to flying to their destinations, opening up the chance to visit places such as Colorado where weed tours remain a vacation staple. Companies such as Colorado Cannabis Tours offer everything from cooking and painting classes to combination trips that include ski resorts. It’s a great way to end the year.
The cannabis beverages market took off in 2020, and the marketplace shows it. You can now find cannabis beverages that range from water to beer, each with its own level CBD or THC, giving you plenty of options when checking out what the marketplace offers.
Once, cannabis edibles meant cookies or brownies. It still means cookies and brownies – and that’s a good thing – but the options for edibles have expanded greatly in recent years. Now, you can have gummies, chocolates, fruit-flavored candies, and much more. Essentially, if it’s possible to put cannabis into some kind of food, then someone, somewhere, has done it.
These five areas can get you started on a great cannabis Christmas gift list. With the convenience of online ordering, it’s easier than ever to connect a friend or family member with just the right cannabis gift for the season.