three must-have hashish items


If giving a bottle of wine or an alcohol-soaked fruit cake is acceptable, it should come as no surprise that cannabis is also an increasingly desirable gift.

According to a joint study by Edison Cannabis Co. and Applied Knowledge Insights Group, 60% of Canadians are open to giving away cannabis this Christmas season, with respondents listing their friends (87%), significant other (35%) and siblings (33) %) and yes, even their parents (11%) as the most likely recipients.

In order, the top five cannabis strains are edible chocolates (47%), edible gums (47%), dried flowers (42%), pre-rolls (42%), and edible baked goods (39%). .

Read on to learn why these cannabis products are the perfect gifts.

1. chocolates

It should come as no surprise that Canadians love to give groceries this holiday season, as so many holiday traditions are focused on food.

As well as unpacking, cannabis foods are a new experience to enjoy with friends and family. You could even inspire a whole new holiday tradition that rivals fond memories of decorating gingerbread houses and stringing garlands of popcorn.

Edison Gingerbytes Must-Have Cannabis Gifts

Worried about Grandma going green? Skip the homemade brownies and introduce her to a consistent, low-dose option like Edison Bytes (5 mg THC per byte). These bite-sized chocolate truffles are available all year round in milk chocolate and dark chocolate flavors. For a limited time this holiday season, you can also find a seasonally flavored gingerbread byte.

Edibles are also a great way to add a festive touch to your next Zoom call, as they add the joy of being baked without baking! Just start the kettle and enjoy a poured snack from the comfort of your couch, so we can be on the same wavelength even when we can’t be IRL together.

2. Dried flower

Forget poinsettias, according to 42% of respondents, festive flower arrangements in 2020 include those that can be smoked, vaped or even baked.

Cannabis gifts spotlight flower

Whether you’re packing a bowl of The General to enjoy by the fireplace with friends, or want to get away from your parents’ winter place with your siblings and a vape full of the spotlight, there’s a sativa ready to add to your celebrations (and this one Christmas lights) to give a little more sparkle.

And while you might think that only lovers want to unwrap dried flowers on Christmas morning, you will be surprised. Dried flowers are an attractive gift for newcomers and returning cannabis users as they provide an opportunity to appreciate all of the sticky, aromatic properties of cannabis in its natural form.

Don’t be put off by the fact that your father hasn’t rolled a joint since you were born. Think of it as a chance to connect and maybe even teach him a thing or two. Who knows, this could be the start of a wonderful new vacation ritual.

3. Pre-rolls

Pre-rolls are the gift for adults as they are already wrapped and ready to give pleasure.

Cannabis Gifts Spotlight Prerolls

Affordable, practical, and an opportunity to discover new varieties. No wonder 42% of those surveyed chose pre-rolls among the most gifted cannabis strains.

It’s not just the convenience factor, pre-rolls are a great way to introduce your favorite strain into your buds or to try something new.

And while “Puff, Puff, Passing” is not recommended in 2020, Edison’s half-gram pre-rolls are sold in single and triple packs, making them great party favors! Choose from a wide variety of strains such as Limelight, The General, and ChemDog.

Of course, the possibilities don’t end with these tips. There is a whole world of vapes, bevies, and concentrates ready to tie a bow about it.

With a little luck, these popular tips will help you cross some names off your own vacation shopping list and add a little more fun to your seasonal celebrations. If you’re even luckier, you might get some of these 420 favorites too.

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Beth Edmonds