2017 Canna Gift Guide

. December 7, 2017.
Finding the perfect local gift for your favorite cannabis enthusiast

Gift giving is easy once you understand who you’re shopping for. If that person is partial to medicating with cannabis, consider this guide everything you’ll need to find the perfect gift while shopping local.

CBD from Bloom City Club

CBD from Bloom City Club

CBD Vapes, Oil, Tinctures and Capsules

Bloom City Club
423 Miller Ave, Ann Arbor
734-585-0621 | bloomcityclub.com

If you’re looking to help someone looking for non-psychoactive relief, check out some of the CBD products available at Bloom City Club. Their selection of CBD products span topicals, edibles and vaporizers that a deliver pain-relief without leaving you stoned. The best part is that you don’t need to be a patient to purchase these products.

Custom bongs and pipes from Printabowl

Custom bongs and pipes from Printabowl

Custom Photo Bongs

Printabowl
Printabowl.co

Gift the smoker in your life something uniquely them with Printabowl’s custom photo bongs. The website’s design interface allows you to upload photos and add text to a water pipe. Memorialize your pet, inside joke or relationship with a customized bong that’ll hit with any audience.

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NORML Membership

Washtenaw County NORML
facebook.com/WashCoNORML

For the stoner that has everything, give a membership to our local NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) chapter. Bringing together like-minded legalization champions, the group meets every few months to organize events advancing cannabis’s political gravitas. Contact the group on Facebook for info on memberships.

The Cadillac of vapes, PAX 3

The Cadillac of vapes, PAX 3

PAX 3 Vaporizers

Bongz & Thongz
19 E Liberty St, Ann Arbor
(734) 585-5613 | instagram.com/bongzandthongz

This is the Cadillac of vapes. With dry herb and concentrate capabilities, this sleek, futuristic vaporizer was designed with versatility in mind. At $279, the price tag reflects the quality of this high-end accessory that will complement any cannabis lovers’ arsenal. Be sure to tell the guys at B&T’z about this article for a discount.

Some of the artwork available at OM

Some of the artwork available at OM

Local Music & Art

OM of Medicine
112 S Main St, Ann Arbor
(734) 369-8255 | omofmedicine.org

There is no shortage of talented musicians and artists in Washtenaw county, and OM of Medicine stocks a supply of CD’s and wall art year-round. Many of the artists are patients and the pieces’ aesthetic range is enough to satisfy most high-brow tastes. They also offer wearable art (i.e. T-shirts) from Green Arbor Clothing Co.

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Cullen Washington, Jr.’s Meditations On Interconnectedness, Vivility, Democracy And Inclusion

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Courtroom installation explores what is fair and equitable in the legal system

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