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Herbal Remedy Clothing / Posts tagged "cannabis" (Page 12)

TJ’s Trinidad OG Gems & Juice

TJ’s Trinidad OG Gems n Juice by Funk Extracts In the chillest way possible, Funk Extracts made my dreams come true. I dragged out my old box of vinyl records for the occasion and chose some classic George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic. Oh Yeahhhhh! After a dab...

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Doozies Adult Fruit Chews

Doozies by Green Revolution These gummy edibles are flat-out delicious. I enjoyed two flavors, Juicy Peach and Sour Cherry, and in both cases knew immediately they contained real fruit juice before I even checked the ingredient label. Both had a lingering aftertaste somewhere between sweet and...

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Space Monkey: Prepare Your Senses for Blastoff

Space Monkey by Den-Rec I am always impressed with the quality of Den-Rec’s flower, but this Space Monkey hybrid is something extraordinary. This indica-leaning dominant strain is a cross between Wookie 15 and the iconic Gorilla Glue #4. Trichomes sheet its immaculately cultivated nugs, which are...

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#ScoutedByDOPE: Summer’s Here

Haus of Karyn Rolling Papers Kim, a stylist and designer hailing from NYC and Daryn, an entrepreneur based in Miami (they’re the creative types) had a baby. Thus, Haus of Karyn was born. These two badasses offer up some of the most coveted of all rolling...

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DOPE Review | “Midsommar”

Only two films into what is destined to be a prolific career in genre filmmaking (he insists he wants out of that box, but why ruin a good thing?), director Ari Aster has already developed a signature style. Much like his first feature, 2018’s horror hit...

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