Pufftec Fumo Wallet

From the premiere Italian leather to the Japanese Makizara rolling station, this handcrafted wallet reflects the style of tastemaking consumers who appreciate the tradition of hand-rolled smokes.

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Carrot Curry Vinaigrette

Do you think salads are boring? If so, you clearly never topped your leafy greens with carrot-curry vinaigrette made fresh with this PRØHBTD recipe. The secret ingredient is cannabis-infused Toasted Coconut Oil!

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Intro To Edibles

Edibles are a delicious way to reap both medicinal and recreational effects in the body. Creating edibles at home should be done with reverence as there is an art and science to their creation.

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The Gateway Theory

Proposed in a 1975 Science journal study, the gateway theory suggests that using soft substances like cannabis is a behavioral doorway that leads to so-called hard drugs like heroin and cocaine.

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Stone Fruit Crumble

Combine your favorite stone fruit like peaches, plums and apricots with PRØHBTD-recipe Toasted Coconut Oil, and turn the humble crumble into one of the tastiest elevated desserts.

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Tree Bark

When it comes to vegan-friendly sweets, few snacks can take you higher than this. This crunchy treat combines the deliciousness of coconut, chocolate, maple syrup, almonds and with cannabis.

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What Are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are a diverse class of chemical compounds that occur naturally in humans and cannabis plants which interact with the endocannabinoid system to trigger various physiological actions.

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What is 710?

Cannabis plants contain compounds like THC and CBD, and can be extracted into highly concentrated forms. Wax, shatter, hash and oil are among the most common, and variations exist within each.

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How Can I Avoid Arrest?

Cannabis may be legal in some states, but it remains illegal on a federal level. Police generally need a warrant to search you or your property, but only need probable cause during a traffic stop.

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