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Bath Soaks, Unsuspecting Stash Boxes, and More: Cannabis Product Picks for March 2018

March 19, 2018
It’s just about springtime, and by now, you’ve probably emerged from your winter hibernation cave looking for a warm, sunny spot to spark up. This time of the year, I like to stock up on portable vape cartridges, which is why we’re sharing some premium extractors from the Pacific Northwest. We also have some luxurious bath products and carb caps for cozy, rainy weekends full of dabs and kicking back.

There’s so much more to explore in Leafly’s full product catalog, so dig in and make the most of a sunny, stoney spring.

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  • Check out these cannabis product picks for March 2018, which include terpene-rich oils, bath soaks, carb caps, and more.
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    Heylo CO2 Oil Cartridges
    Another talented extractor in the Pacific Northwest, Heylo is a rising star in the world of CO2 oil cartridges. With an emphasis on terpene preservation, Helyo lets science takes precedent over marketing; rather than simply telling you how you’ll feel, Heylo’s educational approach to packaging allows you to learn about terpenes and how they may steer the experience.
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    Hakuna Pin Up Discreet Locking Book Box
    Nope, nothing to see here. Just an old leather book full of boring pin up art… Psych! It’s your new felt-lined stash box, which comes complete with a hinged metal lock to keep your finest bud secret, safe, and secure. If the vintage sailor girl didn’t steal your heart, maybe the bonus grinder and bamboo stash jar inside will.
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    Avitas Full Spectrum CO2 Oil Cartridges
    Avitas grows some amazingly delicious flower, so it comes as no surprise that their full spectrum CO2 cartridges are wooing vape enthusiasts throughout Washington and Oregon. Durable, clean, and naturally delicious, Avitas is a name to remember (and if you forget, just spell “sativa” backwards).
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    Cannabis Basics Eucalyptus Mineral Bath
    With innovative, comforting products like this clarifying eucalyptus bath soak, Cannabis Basics makes spoiling yourself too easy. A self-care night doesn’t get much better than a cannabis-infused bath and a bowl packed with your favorite relaxing strain.
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    Space Needle Dabber & Carb Cap
    Whether you love Seattle or simply enjoy dabbing with tiny monuments, this all-in-one dabber and carb cap will add a little novelty to your next dab sesh. This titanium tool comes with five interchangeable tips so you can dab all extracts from crumbly crystalline to sappy oils.
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Bailey Rahn

Bailey is a senior content manager at Leafly, specializing in strains and health. She's spent 7+ years researching cannabis products, spreading patients’ stories, and exploring healthy ways of integrating cannabis into daily life.

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  • Daniel Ortega

    Well I’m not surprised about product placement related to cannabis, after all cannabis is the new mixed drink that tastes terrific and gives you a nice buzz, looks inviting and tastes good. I’ve been a cannabis & industrial hemp advocate for many years and watching the market evolve is the “green revolution” of Joy, Entertainment, Relaxation & Fun besides being a profitable venture. It will change society as legal drinking alcohol did and industrial hemp will be back in vogue as it should be. I’m a living testimonial for both as a medical cannabis user and industrial hemp cremation artist that keeps me active in the green social revolution. Stay tuned folks for amazing changes in our society.

    • E.L. Bl/Du

      I have to agree with most of what you said, however, we are seeing changes here that are NOT for the better. There are allot of “out of staters” moving in, buying up swaths of land and stripping out ALL the old growth trees and planting HUGE cannabis farms (2,000-4000 plants) which has smothered out ALL the small and organic growers. Most are using chemical fertilizers that are running off into the water sheds, which is NOT good, causing toxic algae growth and creating large dead zones in the Pacific ocean affecting the fishing industry (and wildlife) Its very sad that greed takes over everything, even good things.