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25 cannabis products, from edibles and drinkables to 22k gold lighters

The latest in Hollywood-centric kush and stylish stoner accessories, including Seth Rogen’s new strain.

The latest in L.A.- and Hollywood-centric edibles, drinkables and smokeables include THC-laden personal pizzas and cannabis-infused mimosas, plus an indica flower created in a special collaboration with Uncle Paulie’s Deli and the newest strain from Seth Rogen’s Houseplant brand. Read on as well for an array of stylish stoner accessories, including limited-edition photo prints from Jay-Z’s premium weed brand Monogram and finds from a chic new cannabis-and-clothing line created by Gela Nash-Taylor, the co-founder of Juicy Couture.

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1. Foxy x Uncle Paulie’s Deli Breakfast Bundle

A collaboration with the Los Angeles-based deli, the Breakfast Bundle includes 3.5 grams of Ginseng OG indica flower, a coffee mug, rolling tray and gift card for a breakfast sandwich. Actress Ashley Benson and music producer Benny Blanco both posted their love for the collab on Instagram. $90 at foxyusa.com.

Foxy - Uncle Paulie's

2. Potent Goods Amplify Vaporizer

Dressed up in a chic snake print, the Amplify sativa-blend vaporizer pen is from the new cannabis-and-clothing line by Juicy Couture co-founder Gela Nash-Taylor and her son Travis Nash; $34, at potentgoodslashop.com and amuse.com.

Potent Goods - Amplify Pen

3. Raw Garden Key Lime Live Sauce

A new extract release from the company’s  Santa Barbara farm is an uplifting mix of lime notes with a hint of floral. Raw Garden products have made cameos on HBO’s Silicon Valley; $36, at medmen.com.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Ingrid Schmidt on The Hollywood Reporter

Published: August 10, 2021

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