Seven Cannabis-Themed Gifts for Your Valentine
Valentine’s Day is here; if you still don’t have a present for your significant other, here’s a list of the last minute ideas. These gifts will be especially appreciated by a cannabis connoisseur in your life — whether you are friends, lovers or spouses, the thoughtful cannabis-themed present will make their heart melt.
Chocolate With A Cannabis Twist
Chocolate is Valentine’s classic. Treat your significant other with cannabis-infused chocolate. Dark and bitter or elegant and creamy, the chocolate is ultimate win for any cannabis lover.
Cannabis Gift Box
A romantic gift box filled with cannabis buds can surprise anyone. You may just buy a few different strains and put in a heart-shaped chocolate box. A quick way to win a heart of a cannabis lover.
Your significant other will surely appreciate how much effort you put for a nice dinner. Make some delicious cannabis-infused dishes. Cannabis-infused pizza? Chicken parmesan pasta? Chocolate raspberry cheesecake with cannabis-infused coffee? The sky is the limit.
If you want to go big, choose cannabis-themed jewelry — for example, a cannabis silver leaf or ring. It will make any cannabis lover happy.
Roses are red, violets are blue, all flowers die, but cannabis is true. Yep, get your significant other a potent and beautiful cannabouquet. They are quite big now so you will quickly find them around.
Add some unique sensitivity to your Valentine’s day sex. Cannabis-infused lube will take it to the next level — from foreplay to the ultimate finish.
After an intense Valentine’s day, both you and your SO will crave something to munch on as the effects set in. It is a perfect moment for Netflix and chill! Grab a big bowl of carefully prepared snacks — cheese, crackers, hummus or baked sweet potatoes — whatever your lover likes. You both will appreciate it.
Have a lovely Valentine’s Day!
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