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11 Gadgets to Help Posh Up Your Pot

Lavish goods—hempseed soap, cannabis-inspired scents, sleek lighters—to elevate one’s weed needs.

By Rosin Saez October 16, 2018 Published in the November 2018 issue of Seattle Met

Image: Amber Fouts

Grassy on the Nose
A spritz of Na Nin’s perfume is spicy and earthy—not to be confused with a certain dank aroma. Eau de parfum ($68), Prism; see 2 below.

Hempseed Suds
Cannabis Basics unlocks the zen properties of hempseed oil. Hemp soap ($9), SugarPill; see 7 below.

Pot in Print
The Japanese art of floral arrangement, ikebana, meets iconic marijuana leaf imagery in this postcard to send home to mom. Weed ikebana postcard by artist Amy Merrick ($12), Prism; see 11 below.

1 Boy Smells Kush candle ($30), Prism (prismseattle.com).
2 Na Nin Cannabis and Opium Den eau de parfum ($68), Prism.
3 Grav Donut Chillum 2.5-inch glass pipe in amber ($22), Trichome (trichomeseattle.com).
4 Blackbird incense pyres with 20 cones ($34), Prism.
5 Concrete Cat Kirby’s Dreamland ashtray ($100), Prism.
6 Tsubota Pearl Queue lighter in polished gold ($24), Prism.
7 Cannabis Basics Lavender and Oatmeal hemp soap ($9), SugarPill (sugarpillseattle.com).
8 Pigeon Toe stone pipe in blush ($52), Prism.
9 Tsubota Pearl Latitudes tortoise lighter ($45), Prism.
10 Wood hand-rolled joint case, holds three, ($32), Trichome.
11 Weed ikebana postcard, set of eight, by artist Amy Merrick as seen in Portland’s Broccoli magazine ($12), Prism.

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