Edibles, patches and other must-have items.
Infused with high-quality live resin, these are tasty indica gummies infused with CBN to help with sleep. Available for delivery via Nice Guys Delivery.
25 years after Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield’s ear in front of a world audience, the boxer’s cannabis company has launched ear-shaped weed gummies. Lean into the giggles. Available for pickup or delivery via Sunset Pipeline in San Francisco.
This strain is reported by medical marijuana patients and consumers to have calming effects that help with pain, sleep and anxiety. Ideal for falling asleep in front of the television before bed. Available for delivery via Moonflower.
Hey, Barbie! The elegant design of this item makes for conversation-starting decor, which functions as both an incense holder and a pipe. Order online.
Chic, discreet and odor-proof, this pouch is hand-blocked by renowned textile designer Michelle Pereira in her studio overlooking Sonoma Mountain. Features brass zippers, a wipeable interior and an Italian handmade tassel. Available for delivery via ONA.life.
Designed to provide slow release relief over 12 hours, these patches can be cut in half or pieces for less serious discomfort. Available for pickup or delivery via the Apothecarium in San Francisco.
35 YEARS AGO
An administrative ruling issued on September 6, 1988 by DEA Judge Francis Young In the Matter of Marijuana Rescheduling determined: “Marijuana, in its natural form, is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. By any measure of rational analysis marijuana can be safely used within a supervised routine of medical care.”
Researchers from Germany’s Institute of Pharmacy in Jena studied the anti-inflammatory effects of cannabinoids — particularly focusing on cannabidiol (CBD) — and found that CBD activates an enzyme leading to inflammation resolution. It’s believed that these findings could result in new treatments for inflammatory diseases.
Kasia Pawlowska loves words. A native of Poland, Kasia moved to the States when she was seven. The San Francisco State University creative writing graduate went on to write for publications like the San Francisco Bay Guardian and KQED Arts among others prior to joining the Marin Magazine staff. Topics Kasia has covered include travel, trends, mushroom hunting, an award-winning series on social media addiction and loads of other random things. When she’s not busy blogging or researching and writing articles, she’s either at home writing postcards and reading or going to shows. Recently, Kasia has been trying to branch out and diversify, ie: use different emojis. Her quest for the perfect chip is never-ending.