If you’re struggling to get a good night’s sleep, cannabis could be what you need to finally get some shut eye. Research suggests that cannabis can act as a sleep aid by helping people fall asleep and get better quality sleep. It can also ease certain conditions that tend to disrupt sleep, like anxiety and chronic pain. 

But which cannabis products are the best for sleep issues? We’re here to help you get better sleep by providing specific product recommendations, but first let’s talk a bit about what you want to look for in cannabis sleep products. 

The cannabis plant contains dozens of compounds that can modulate your sleep cycle, including the cannabinoids CBD, THC, and CBN. Many people are already familiar with using CBD and THC for sleep, but CBN is less well-known. Studies show that CBN, a minor cannabinoid, may have powerful sedating effects when used alongside THC. So, THC products with added CBN are an excellent option for sleep. 

Some cannabis terpenes may also help promote better sleep. Terpenes are aromatic compounds, but emerging research shows they may also have therapeutic effects. Terpinolene and myrcene both appear to offer sedative effects, which can help your body relax into sleep. Caryophyllene eases stress and pain, which can help if either issue is keeping you up. 

Now that you know how cannabis can help you get restful sleep, let’s jump into the recommendations from our marijuana experts. Here are 5 cannabis products to try for a good night’s sleep. 

1. Sleep Gummies 

AbsoluteXtracts Sleepytime Blueberry Lavender CBN Gummies 

Drift away with these delicious Blueberry Lavender gummies. Featuring 2.5mg CBN and 5mg of THC per gummy, these low dose cannabis edibles are designed to offer relaxing effects with minimal psychoactive effects. Reviewers say these edibles “work really quickly” and help them “wake fewer times through the night.”

2. Sleepy Time Soft Gels  

AbsoluteXtracts Sleepy Time Soft Gels 

These Sleepy Time soft gels offer a discreet and convenient way to improve your sleep experience. Each capsule contains whole flower cannabis extract, CBN, and calming terpenes. Take one an hour before bed and enjoy a restful night of improved sleep quality. 

The lower dose version of this product is featured above, but it’s also available in a more potent formula. The 25mg THC and 12.5mg CBN version can be a great option for those dealing with sleep disorders or those who need extra benefits, like chronic pain relief. 

3. SleepVape

Dr. Norm’s Sweet Dreams Sleep Well Sleep Vape  

Dr. Norm’s Sleep Vape is scientifically formulated to deliver the perfect balance of cannabinoids for sleep. This rechargeable pen delivers a balanced blend of THC, CBN, CBG, and CBD, as well as a luscious berry taste. With a rapid onset time of 5 to 15 minutes, this vape is an excellent choice when you want to get to bed ASAP. 

4. Indica Pre-Roll 

Sugar Daddy Red Bottoms Infused Blunt

Prefer to smoke your marijuana? Opt for a convenient pre-roll that will help you drift off to dreamland in minutes. This pre-roll features Red Bottoms, one of our favorite cannabis strains for sleep. This heavy-hitting indica strain is ideal for relieving insomnia and anxiety, as well as sore muscles and body aches. 

5. Sleep Sours  

Kiva Camino Sours Blackberry Dream Sleep Gummies

Float away with these perfectly blended CBN and THC edibles. These fragrant gummies feature an indica-inspired blend of THC and CBN, and a range of sleep-enhancing extracts and terpenes. Chamomile, lavender, myrcene, linalool, and beta-caryophyllene combine to create an ultra-soothing effect and add an array of delicious flavors. 

Get a Good Night of Sleep

These are five of our favorite marijuana products for rest and relaxation, but they’re not your only options. We have a wide range of products for sleep, as well as for sleep-disrupting issues like anxiety and pain. Explore our full selection in our online store or at your local DC Collective dispensary.. 

If you’re new to cannabis and aren’t sure where to start, we’re here to help. Some cannabis products are much more beginner-friendly than others. These products are easy to dose and use, and don’t require getting a bunch of equipment. Below, we’re sharing the 6 best types of products for beginners, as well as specific product recommendations within each category.

Before we get into our recommendations, we have an overall tip for beginners: go low and slow. Whichever product you try, take a lower dose than you think you need at first. Then, if you didn’t experience your desired effects, you can slowly increase your dose. Going low and slow is the best way to avoid accidentally overdoing it. 

Low-Dose Edibles 

Beginner-Friendly Pick: Wyld Pomegranate 1:1 CBD + Hybrid Enhanced Gummies 

Low-dose edibles are an excellent option for beginner cannabis users. They’re discreet, incredibly easy to use, and even easier to dose. Low-dose edibles generally come in bite size pieces, each of which delivers an exact dose of THC. 

If you’re new to edibles, it’s important to understand how they work. Edibles last for longer than other consumption methods, but they also take a while to kick in. It can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to start experiencing the effects of an edible. 

Because edibles take a while to start working, it’s very important not to take more too soon after your first dose. It’s common for beginners to accidentally take far too high of a dose because they thought their first edible did nothing. 

So, just remember to take it low and slow, even with low-dose products. Take just one low-dose gummy, then wait at least two hours before you even consider taking another. 


Beginner-Friendly Pick: Papa & Barkley 1:1 Cannabis Tincture 

Like edibles, tinctures are discreet, easy to use, and quite easy to dose. Use the bottle dropper to measure out your dose, hold it under your tongue for around 20 seconds, then swallow. 

Technically, tinctures are cannabis edibles, but know that they can work more quickly than other edibles depending on how you take them. If you just swallow a tincture, it will take longer to kick in, much like other edible products. However, you can also take it sublingually by holding it under your tongue before swallowing it. When taken sublingually, tinctures can take effect in as little as 15 minutes. 


Beginner-Friendly Pick: Alien Labs Zkittlez Pre-Roll

If you’re a beginner who likes the idea of smoking marijuana, go for a pre-roll. Pre-rolls are pre-rolled joints that are ready to be smoked right away. You don’t need to do any grinding, sifting, or rolling. Just light and inhale. 

If you’re not sure how much to inhale, try taking 2 or 3 puffs to start. After taking each puff, pull the pre-roll away to breathe in a bit of air as well. Hold in your lungs for a few seconds, then release. After taking your first 2 to 3 puffs, put out your joint. Wait around 10 to 15 minutes, which is around how long it takes to feel the effects of smoking or vaping marijuana. At that point, you can take another couple of puffs if desired. 

It’s important for beginners to start with a more moderate strain, like the one we recommended above. When you’re new to cannabis, try to avoid ultra high THC strains that are described with words like “potent” or “heavy hitter.” Instead, look for strains that are described as “high CBD,” “moderate,” or “mellow.” 

Disposable Vapes 

Beginner-Friendly Pick: Kurvana Sunset Tea 10:1:5 Disposable Vape

If you’d prefer to vape rather than smoke, go for a disposable vape. Disposable vapes essentially work just like pre-rolls, but without the need to have a lighter. And unlike other vapes, they don’t require any complex set up. Just take a few puffs on your vape and enjoy. 

Like with pre-rolls, you want to make sure you choose a more moderate potency for your vape. The Kurvana vape we recommend above is great for beginners, as it has a high CBD to THC ratio. It still has plenty of THC, but the CBD in the blend will help ensure a less intense experience. 


Beginner-Friendly Pick: Papa & Barkley 1:3 Releaf Balm 

If you’re using cannabis for pain relief, consider a topical product. Topical products work directly on the area they’re applied to, providing localized relief. And because they don’t directly enter the bloodstream, they do this without causing psychoactive effects. 

CBD Products 

Beginner-Friendly Pick: Kanha CBD Watermelon Gummies 

CBD products are the perfect starting point for many beginners. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t cause psychoactive effects, so it won’t get you high. It’s a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that can allow you to experience some of the other potential benefits of cannabis (like reduced inflammation or better sleep). 

Research suggests that CBD can also help ease the potential side effects of THC. So, if you want to experience psychoactive effects while also reducing the risk of adverse effects, THC products that are also high in CBD are an excellent choice. 

If you want the benefits of cannabis with little to no psychoactive effects, look for CBD-dominant products with little to no THC. If you want psychoactive effects and a reduced risk of side effects, look for THC products that are also high in CBD.

More Beginner-Friendly Cannabis Products 

Have questions or need a personalized recommendation? Send us a message or stop by your local DC Collective dispensary. Our expert team members are always here to answer questions and help you find the perfect products for your experience level and desired results. 

If you’re feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or burned out, a relaxing night in is just what you need. It’s the perfect way to reset and recharge, so you can feel like the best version of yourself again. 

When you need maximum relaxation, supercharge your evening with calming cannabis products. Whether you’re looking for relief from anxiety, pain, or a lack of quality sleep, there’s a product for you. Here are 10 of the best cannabis products for relaxation and rest. 

Kurvana ASCND All-In-One Northern Lights Vape

Elevate your night with Kurvana’s Northern Lights vape. Northern Lights is a beloved indica strain known for its euphoric and ultra-soothing effects. Fans of the strain say it melts away stress, anxiety, and pain, leaving behind a relaxed and sleepy feeling. It’s an ideal way to unwind and recharge after a long day. 

Papa & Barkley 30:1 CBD Releaf Tincture

If you’re looking for stress relief without psychoactive effects, turn to the Releaf CBD tincture. This full-spectrum CBD product is made from just two all-natural ingredients: MCT oil and cannabis oil. While it’s predominantly CBD, this 30:1 tincture also contains a range of terpenes and natural cannabinoids for an added wellness boost. It’s an excellent CBD oil for sleep, stress relief, or general relaxation.

Kiva 5:2 Midnight Mint Cannabis Extract Dark Chocolate Bar

Get a restful night of sleep with Kiva’s Midnight Mint Dark Chocolate. This gourmet cannabis edible features 5 mg of THC and 2 mg of CBN per piece, so this sweet treat will leave you ready to drift off in no time. 

Lagunitas Hi-Fi Hops Sessions Hoppy Balance 

Featuring hybrid lineage and a 1:1 THC to CBD ratio, this refreshing cannabis-infused beverage is here to help you have a balanced night in. Hoppy Balance creates a well-rounded experience, with calming yet lightly energizing effects. It also offers a balanced and refreshing flavor profile, with a blend of hops and bright citrus. 

Wyld Boysenberry THC:CBD:CBN Gummies 

Drift into a peaceful slumber with these delicious gummies for sleep. These marijuana-infused gummies feature a 1:1:1 ratio of THC, CBD, and CBN. CBN, the sleepiest cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, makes these THC edibles powerfully relaxing. They’re formulated to help you quickly drift off to dreamland and have more restorative sleep. 

Papa & Barkley 3:1 Releaf Body Oil 

Soothe stiff or aching muscles with the Releaf Massage Oil. This fast-absorbing topical is designed to reduce tension, inflammation, and pain. Use it on yourself or a loved one and enjoy relaxation, relief, and hydration. 

Lost Farm Blueberry x Blue Dream Live Resin Fruit Chews

Infused with the beloved Blue Dream cannabis strain, these marijuana edibles offer a hybrid experience. Blue Dream starts with a happy and creative feeling, then settles into a relaxing and mellow effect. Pick up your paint brush and bask in your creative energy, then enjoy a night of quality sleep and sweet dreams. 

Mary’s Medicinals 1:1:1 Transdermal Compound 

Get relief with this beloved topical product from Mary’s Medicinals. Designed to deliver potent cannabinoids to targeted areas, this non-psychoactive lotion provides localized relief. It’s formulated to ease acute and chronic pain, which can aid relaxation and promote more restful sleep. 

Verdure Honey+Lemon Cannabis Tincture

Melt away stress and pain with Verdure’s Honey + Lemon Tincture. This all-natural, gluten free, and vegan tincture is the perfect nightcap when you’re feeling worn down. Featuring 10 mg of THC per ML and an infusion of terpenes, this tincture offers natural pain relief and balanced therapeutic effects. 

Passiflora Private Reserve OG Flower 

Sink into the sofa with Passiflora’s Private Reserve OG, a sleepy strain with powerful effects. Private Reserve OG is best for more experienced users, as it packs a potent punch of sedation. One of the best strains for sleep, Private Reserve OG is the perfect companion for experienced medical or recreational users who want a top notch sleep aid. 

Looking for more cannabis products for a relaxing night in? Visit a DC Collective cannabis dispensary or browse our online store

If you're familiar with cannabis extracts and their use, you have probably heard the terms, "solventless" and "solvent," both of which are used to describe certain cannabis products. In recent years, use of cannabis extracts have surpassed the use of cannabis flower products, which means that more people are trying them every day. If you are interested in using extracts, it's a good idea to understand the lingo and a bit of the science associated with them so you can choose the product that best suits your needs. This guide can help. 

What are Solvent Extracts?

To create cannabis concentrates, the plant material is filtered out, leaving behind the active compounds that produce the effects of use. That includes both tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The process also removes the terpenes, concentrating them into the finished product. The terpene profile refers to the combination of chemicals that produce the unique scent and flavor of a given cannabis product. No two are quite the same and you can find those that offer up an herby profile, as well as many that have a fruity profile. 

The most common way to make a concentrate is to use some type of solvent to dissolve the plant matter, leaving behind the cannabis compounds and terpenes. The trick is to use a solvent that won't destroy  the CBD, THC or terpenes. Once it's done its job, the solvent is typically left to evaporate. There are several solvents used to create the various forms of concentrates found in dispensaries. 

It might sound like the use of these chemical solvents are something you should avoid. However, this process has been used in the food industry for decades. Provided you buy your concentrates from a licensed and reputable dispensary, you can safely use cannabis products made using a solvent such as those listed above. 

Examples of Solvent Extracts

There are a variety of options when it comes to choosing solvent-based concentrates. Understanding their properties and uses will help you decide, not only if they're right for you, but which one is the most ideal for your marijuana goals. 

Butane Hash Oil (BHO)

This is perhaps the most common extraction method and is done using lab-grade butane. Butane is lauded for its bipolarity, which allows manufacturers to separate the plant matter from the cannabinoid content and the terpenes in an efficient manner. At the same time, the process eliminates any residual butane from lingering in the final product. Examples of this include the following:

Propane Hash Oil (PHO)

This product utilizes propane to separate the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant material. This is done at a higher temperature and lower pressure than the butane method and removes more the residual plant materials, resulting in a high terpene, full-spectrum extract. 

Ethanol Extracts

Ethanol is the agent that creates intoxication in liquor and is a colorless and flammable liquid that works well as a solvent. It's used for a variety of food preservative and additive purposes. It doesn't have the non-polar properties of butane, but many experts say it's just as effective and helps retain some of the chlorophyll in a cannabis plant, producing products with a pleasant grassy flavor and scent. The main limitation with this extraction process is that it cannot reach a purity of more than 80 percent, so the finished product isn't as full spectrum as others. 

Solvent Extract Pros and Cons

Weighing the good with the bad is always an important part of choosing the right cannabis concentrates for you. 



What are Solventless Extracts?

Solventless extractions are resin concentrates that are created without the use of chemicals. They are an ideal choice for someone who wants to be sure they aren't getting any residual butane, propane or ethanol in their concentrates. Keep in mind that solventless concentrates are not the same thing as solvent-free products. A solvent-free concentrate is one that has had the solvents used during the manufacturing process removed before sale. A solventless product has no chemicals used at all and is an ideal choice for a medical marijuana user, as well as health-conscious cannabis connoisseurs.

Examples of Solventless Extracts

As with solvent-based extracts, there are a wide variety of solventless concentrates to choose from. As the technology for manufacturing this kind of concentrate continues to advance and evolve, you can expect new products in this category to pop up all the time. In the meantime, have a look at your options below. 


Also called hashish, hash has been around for centuries and has its origins in India and the Middle East. It's very popular due to its potency and true flavor profile. It's made by identifying and separating the trichomes from the cannabis plant. Originally, this was done by simply massaging the marijuana buds between the fingertips. It's now done using screens, which is an efficient way to capture all of the resinous trichomes from the flower, which is then pressed into bricks, that in turn is used to create other cannabis products, including the following:

Bubble Hash

Also called water hash or ice-o-lator, bubble hash is a resin that is extracted from the cannabis plant material using ice-cold water and agitation. During ice water extraction, the buds of the plant are stirred, either by hand or with a machine, which causes the trichomes to break off the plant. The water is then poured through a series of mesh bags, with the mesh material becoming finer as the cannabis is poured through. These are often called bubble bags. The quality of the water influences the quality and potency of the final product, with the expectation of total cannabinoids being between 50 and 80 percent. 


Using only heat and pressure, rosin results from extracting a full melt oil from the cannabis flowers or hash. This is a new method of creating solvent-free cannabis products and dates to only 2015. It is one of the quickest and most efficient ways to extract resin while keeping as many of the terpenes as possible. 

Rosin can be created using many original sources, including kief, bubble hash and flower and works with both fresh and frozen materials. Because the chemical structure of rosin can't be altered, there's no way to make the high-quality products that other methods that are used in the cannabis industry. In other words, the quality of the plant directly correlates to the quality of the rosin. 


When you have a resin product, you can process it further by whipping it. The resulting product is called budder and is often used for dabbing due to its texture. The process of creating a budder is a good way to increase the aroma of the starting material. Budder can be found at many dispensaries, but can also be easily made at home by stirring rosin with a spoon to get the desired texture.  

Solventless Extract Pros and Cons

Again, before deciding if solventless extracts are right for you, it's important to have a look at the advantages and drawbacks that such products offer. 



Final Thoughts

No matter whether you choose solventless cannabis extracts or the solvent-based variety, safety is of the utmost concern. Only buy your products from licensed dispensaries with proof of their quality and safety compliance. Low-quality concentrates pose health risks, so it's best to be sure you are choosing the safest products on the market. If you have more questions, don't be afraid to talk to your budtender at DC Collective who can guide you to the right concentrate product for your wants and needs. 

While the FDA has not officially approved the use of marijuana as a cure or treatment for any health condition, some research proves it can be beneficial for a list of physical and mental diseases and illnesses. However, this article is intended for information only and you should consult your doctor before using cannabis for any health reason. 

With that disclaimer out of the way, it's important to be aware of the common misconceptions and myths that surround the use and benefits of cannabis, whether recreationally or medically. It's not legal on the federal level yet but is legal in some states, so you need to know the laws before you choose to use or not. In the meantime, read through this guide to marijuana myths so that you have the facts straight and can make an informed and educated choice regarding its use.

What is Cannabis?

Before we talk about the myths that surround cannabis, you should be familiar with what it is. Cannabis is actually not just one plant, it's a family of flowering plants and there are more than 100 species with over 100 cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are the plant compounds present in cannabis. They bind to cannabinoid receptors in your brain and each of them produces some kind of effect, from hallucinogenic to euphoric to relaxation, and more. 

The two main compounds in cannabis are CBD and THC. CBD, or cannabidiol, won't get you high and usually produces feelings of relaxation and calm. It's often used to treat seizures, inflammation and chronic pain, as well as anxiety and stress.

THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, is the marijuana compound that produces altered perception and the psychoactive effects most commonly associated with cannabis use. It's most often a recreational choice, but also has positive benefits for increasing appetite and treating certain heart rhythm disorders. 

On the federal level, marijuana is illegal, though many states have legalized it. With that legalization comes the potential for research. As more studies are conducted on cannabis, it's becoming more widely accepted as a way to treat many mental and health problems.

Keep in mind that CBD on its own is federally legal, making it increasingly available for medicinal purposes. However, despite a fuller understanding of cannabis, there are several misconceptions that people hold onto. Dispelling those myths can help you decide of cannabis use might be right for you. 

Marijuana is a Gateway Drug

This is perhaps one of the biggest and most common myths out there. Many people mistakenly believe that cannabis consumption opens the door to using narcotics and other dangerous substances.

A host of research counteracts this claim and the National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that very few cannabis users go on to experiment with harder drugs. According to medical experts, environment and individual predispositions play a bigger role in the use of narcotics and other drugs and cannabis has very little influence, if any. 

Cannabis Causes Cognitive Decline

Naturally, you understand that your cognitive function is pretty important. Some will tell you that using marijuana can interfere with your IQ score and cognition. This is simply untrue, provided you are an adult using cannabis moderately and responsibly. It is established however, that marijuana use can have a negative impact on the still-developing adolescent brain, particularly when used irresponsibly and heavily. It's best to forgo use until you are legally allowed to use it. 

It's Addictive

Many people are under the incorrect assumption that marijuana is a highly addictive substance, another myth that pervades the community of non-users. While some individuals may become dependent on cannabis, the risk of addiction is quite low when compared to substance use disorders based on harder substances, such as alcohol, opioids, and nicotine. Very few marijuana users experience withdrawal symptoms, but when they occur, these symptoms are generally much milder than those seen with withdrawal from other recreational substances. 

Every Strain Works the Same

One of the biggest misconceptions about marijuana is that all strains of cannabis plants are the same. This is patently untrue because the composition of chemical compounds differs between strains and knowing the difference can help you choose the right product for your marijuana goals.

Whether you use recreational marijuana for its psychoactive effects or you use medicinal cannabis for its health and therapeutic benefits, it's best to know your options.

In general, sativa strains are great for boosting energy and creativity, while indica strains are better for relaxation and stress relief. Part of being a responsible cannabis user is knowing what strains and cannabis products best suit you.

It's Only Smokable

If your image of marijuana use is the classic lazy stoner sitting with a lit joint in his hand, you have fallen prey to one of the many cannabis myths. While smoking marijuana is one of the easiest ways to achieve the high you're looking for, it's certainly not the only one.

You can also vape, eat edibles, use tinctures and topicals, as well as concentrates. Each product offers a different potency, longevity and onset time, so you have loads of options when it comes to taking advantage of the array of therapeutic benefits, medicinal benefits or simple high offered by cannabis. 

Legality Promotes Use by All Ages

Like alcohol and cigarettes, there is a legal age limit required to purchase and use marijuana. While it's accepted that some younger people will find ways to get around this, in general, statistics show that because there's no unrestricted access, there's more control over who can buy and use cannabis.

Many laws in place help control usage, including age limits, packaging, age verification and restrictions on how much can be purchased at one time. This helps cut down on illegal usage and makes cannabis use safer. 

Medical Marijuana Allows for More Teen Usage

Many people fall prey to the cannabis myth that medical marijuana increases teen usage. Federal restrictions are in place for this reason. However, statistics from states that have legalized medical marijuana dispute this idea. Because of restrictions on use, data shows that teen usage has decreased. 

Legalization Increases Crime Rates

When formerly illegal drugs are legalized, many assume that crime rates will increase as a result. However, in states that have legalized marijuana, data indicates no rise in property or violent crimes. That includes states that have legalized cannabis as a recreational drug, as well as those that have legalized it for medical patients. In reality, legalizing marijuana allows police officers and other law enforcement officials to focus on other crimes.

Marijuana Isn't Therapeutic

There's a certain degree of stigma that marijuana carries and one of the most prevalent misconceptions is that it has no potential benefits. However, numerous studies have found that many of the compounds found in cannabis plants including THC and CBD, have an array of uses, both for mental and physical conditions, including multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and chronic pain relief. It has also been found to provide relief for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. 

If you're considering using marijuana for your health, be sure you work with a qualified healthcare provider so you can safely add it to your treatment plan. 

It's Safe to Use

While there are quite a few potential benefits of using cannabis, one of the myths about marijuana that is gaining traction is that it's completely safe. While it does come from a plant and isn't filled with the chemicals used to make many illicit drugs, there are still some safety concerns to keep in mind.

All people react differently to cannabis, depending on the strain, the potency and the person's makeup. Beginners may notice more negative effects than seasoned users and misusing the drug in any capacity can lead to negative consequences. For that reason, it's vital to do your research and be well-informed before it becomes part of your routine. 

In Summary

Debunking myths surrounding marijuana and its use is important, particularly in places where it's legal. This helps users understand what to expect and how to choose the product that suits their needs. The use of cannabis is predicted to continue rising, as it has benefits for a broad range of conditions. It's up to you, the consumer, to be educated and knowledgeable so you can use it responsibly. 

Always buy from a reputable retailer/dispensary. DC Collective offers a range of cannabis products in a safe and secure environment you can pick up in store or have delivered to your home. 

Finding the perfect gift can be a bit overwhelming. You want something the recipient will love at a price you can afford. If you have a cannabis user in your life, you're in luck, because there are loads of holiday gifts that will put a smile on their face. Stoner gifts come in all shapes, sizes and prices, and this handy cannabis gift guide will give you all of the ideas you could ever want or need. 

Honeydew Mojito Refined Live Resin THC Cartridge

Honeydew Mojito
Refined Live Resin™ THC Cartridge

This delightfully flavored THC cartridge is a thoughtful gift for someone who likes to try new cannabis products and enjoys using a vape to deliver the marijuana. This high-potency cartridge boasts natural flavors and aromas, including melon and mint that provide a delicious vaping experience, leaving the user a lovely high at the same time. 

5:1 Midnight Blueberry Cannabis Infused Gummies

5:1 Midnight Blueberry (20mg CBN/100mg THC)
Camino Gummies

If you know someone who is craving a good night's sleep, these delicious blueberry flavored gummies are the obvious choice. The indica strain used in the product offers the soothing effects one needs to drift to dreamland. At the same time, the addition of chamomile and lavender further induces a night of deep and restful shuteye. Combine these gummies with a warm pair of fuzzy socks for the perfect gift for the cannabis lover in your life. 

5:2 Midnight Mint Dark Chocolate

5:2 Midnight Mint Dark Chocolate CBN (100mg THC/40mg CBN)
Dark Chocolate Bar

No one with a sweet tooth will turn down chocolate, especially when they're in the holiday spirit. This gift combines the natural flavors of cacao with a delightful hit of THC. Designed to help you sleep, the mixture of THC and CBN will have you feeling drowsy and ready for bed in no time. Add to that the lovely background taste of mint and it's like having a bowl of mint chocolate chip ice cream in bed. 

Birthday Cake Vape Pod

Birthday Cake

Does your guest list include a cannabis connoisseur who wants to feel blissful, relaxed and creative? This birthday cake flavored vape pod will be their favorite gift this year. It has a lovely buttery, nutty cake taste that will uplift and soothe without being too sedating, as it's predominantly an indica strain. Available in .5g or 1g, this is a gift sure to please.

Cream Cookie Mints Pre-Rolled Singles

Cream Cookie Mintz [1g]
Pre Roll

Need a gift that doesn't cost too much, but will still offer the cannabis experience your loved one has on their list this year? These pre-rolled singles are the perfect choice. A mixture of indica and sativa strains, they're great for smoking alone or with friends. You'll get a balanced combination of soothing energy and euphoria and anyone will love getting these joints as a gift. 

Sunrise Tangerine Tincture

Sunrise Tangerine [30ml] (1000mg)

A tincture is the ideal choice for anyone who loves the effects of cannabis flowers but doesn't want to smoke it. This tincture has a fresh citrus taste and offers and uplifting effect with every dose. The product comes with a dropper for precise measuring and makes it easy to find just the right amount. Make it a happy holiday by gifting this tasty tincture that provides the many benefits of cannabis without the risk that comes with smoking it. 

Cinnamon Relief 1:1 Spray

Cinnamon Relief 1:1 Spray (500mg CBD/500mg THC)
Oral Spray

Do you have a friend or family member who is stressed and needs to chill? This spray is among our many premium cannabis products and helps induce sleepiness, as well as promote recovery after a workout or stressful day. It comes packaged with plenty of aesthetic appeal and is small enough to be portable and discreet at the same time. Just a couple squirts and anyone will find the relief they're looking for. 

1:1 Fire & Ice Muscle Relief Lotion

Fire & Ice
Muscle Relief Lotion

Cannabis culture isn't just about getting high. There are loads of benefits in terms of using marijuana as an alternative medicine to treat a wide variety of mental and physical health conditions. This relief lotion is ideal for all ages and is something that the athlete in your life will get super excited about. The non-greasy, roller application combines CBD and THC with essential oils for a lovely experience and a practical solution to sore muscles. 

22K Pod Battery

22K Pod Battery

For anyone who regularly runs out of juice in their cannabis vape pen, this pod battery will be a lifesaver. This compact battery is easy to pack and makes it easy to smoke anytime without worrying about running out of power. No cannabis holiday gift guide would be complete without this ideal power source for always being ready to light up the vape. 

Rolling Tray

Rolling Tray
DC Collective

If anyone on your gift list enjoys making and smoking joints, this rolling tray will be sure to make them happy. The silver color and compact design is ideal for leaving out on the coffee table, as well as being portable enough to take along on all cannabis adventures. Rolling recreational cannabis is so much easier and fun with a rolling tray like this one. 

Pomegranate Odder Popz Feminized Seeds

Pomegranate Odder Popz [11pk]
Creme De Canna
Feminized Seeds

The cannabis community is filled with people who love to smoke or otherwise use marijuana, but if you know someone who also wants to experiment with growing their own product, these seeds are the perfect starter gift this year. There is an array of strains that can be nurtured in a home cannabis garden, but be sure you adhere to all rules for doing so when you gift these seeds so that no one gets into trouble with the endeavor. 

Citrus Cedar Blue Sage Cream

Citrus Cedar
Blue Sage

There is such a great variety of options tailored to personal preferences for usage methods. Applying cannabis topically, via creams or lotions, is a good way to infuse your muscles with the product and enjoy a soothing and relaxing effect. This cream is ideal for athletes who spend a lot of time playing their sport, but it's also a fantastic choice for anyone you know who suffers from sore muscles for any reason. It boasts a citrusy scent and the potent effects that sore muscles are crying out for. 

Black Berry Pre Roll

Black Berry
1850 Cannabis
Pre Roll

When you need an affordable cannabis gift, you can't go wrong with a pre roll. It's great for any stoner in your life and is something they can enjoy alone or the two of you can share as part of your holiday celebration. The indica strain encased in this pre roll produces a lovely soothing effect with a tasty blackberry flavor that anyone is going to love. 

Maui Wowie Terp Chews

Maui Wowie [20pk] (100mg)
Terp Chews

Each of these fruity terp chews has 5mg of THC, which promises the recipient an uplifting euphoric effect, combined with a tasty mango and pineapple flavor with each bite. The great thing about gifting a bag of cannabis gummies is that your loved one can enjoy them alone or you can chew them together for a shared blissful experience with a potent punch. 

Baklava Specialty Hybrid Pod

Specialty Pod

For the rich flavor of a baklava dessert, this pod is the ideal choice to satisfy that wish. The cannabis industry has exploded with new and innovative premium cannabis products and flavors and this pod fits the bill for anyone you know who loves trying them all. The hybrid array of strains contained within promises a blissed-out, but invigorating feel that anyone is going to enjoy this holiday season. 

Platinum Blue Dream Shake

Platinum Blue Dream

This California-bred sativa strain is a potent mix that promises an enlightening high. If you have a loved one who is after that euphoric and energizing feeling, this shake is the perfect gift option. It features a refreshing sweet blueberry flavor and can be used to roll a joint or smoke a bowl. 

No matter which cannabis lover you're shopping for this year, this array of premium cannabis products available at DC Collective offers something for everyone, including the recreational joint smoker and the person who just wants a good night's rest. Any of these gifts on their own is great, but you can also match them with cannabis accessories, a pair of fuzzy socks or Edie Parker glass fruit pipe to make it a present that won't soon be forgotten. 

It's no secret that the holiday season brings a lot of stress with it. From your company holiday party to family gatherings to the cooking and wrapping and driving from place to place, your mental health may take a hit, despite the joy of the celebrations.

When that happens, you are likely looking for relief, and cannabidiol (CBD), one of the compounds in marijuana, may be just the thing you've been looking for. But, you shouldn't use it without understanding the product and what it can do to ease your seasonal stress. Use this guide to help you.

Causes of Holiday Stress

Knowing what might lead to symptoms of stress will help you decide when to take your CBD product with you, just in case you need to use it. Being prepared goes a long way toward helping you manage the anxiety that often goes along with preparing for and planning events for the holidays. The following are common stressors that go along with the holiday experience. 

If you're struggling with any of these things, your stress levels may be through the roof and you're wondering what you can do to find a sense of calm during the holidays. Fortunately, in addition to the other methods you've tried, using CBD can be a natural remedy that you hadn't thought to try.

What is CBD?

CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is one of many compounds present in the cannabis plant. It is a non-psychoactive compound and won't create the altered perception that is associated with using marijuana. THC is the other most well-known compound associated with marijuana use and is the one that will produce euphoria in users. CBD binds to cannabinoid receptors in your brain, which can help ease stress and holiday anxiety. 

As cannabis is increasingly legalized in states across the country, research has proven its potential benefits for stress management. As well as being a short-term solution to stress in the moment, CBD has been linked to effective treatment for generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder. That's why many people use it during the holidays to control symptoms and produce calm during what is supposed to be a time of joy.

Research studies find that approximately 70 percent of CBD users report satisfaction with the effects, while nearly 80 percent of CBD users find an improvement in anxiety symptoms after two months of use. 

Using CBD for Holiday Anxiety

Proper use of CBD is the biggest influence on whether it provides the stress relief you're looking for. It's a good idea to discuss use with your doctor before trying it, particularly if you use any prescription or over-the-counter medications for anxiety or any other medical condition. Most people experience relief with a dosage of 300 to 600 milligrams. There are several methods of using CBD, so you may need to experiment a bit to find the precise dosage and delivery technique that works for you.

Oral CBD products, such as oils, capsules and edibles typically produce effects within 30 minutes to 2 hours. This is a viable option when you know stress will rear its ugly head, such as when you're going to a family dinner or preparing for holiday travel. Add it to your personal stash of holiday cookies or sip an infused tea as you get ready to go.

Smoking or vaping CBD tends to produce faster results, making it a great option when you're standing at the mall trying to choose meaningful gifts or your holiday spirits are flagging because your mother-in-law criticized your cooking abilities. Keep in mind that there are laws in most places about public use, so be sure you are adhering to them appropriately.

No matter how you use it, the reason CBD works is because it activates your serotonin receptors and calms the panic reflex. So, when you are on a hectic holiday shopping spree or stuck in the airport with a delayed flight, CBD can help quell the emotional and physical symptoms that go with being anxious. That includes the flight or fight response, as well as shaking, sweating and irritability.

Choosing a CBD Product

CBD can be a wonderful addition to a holistic approach to your holiday wellness routine. It can help provide the calm you need during the busy holiday schedule to produce a more enjoyable holiday experience. CBD is ideal for individuals who suffer from an anxiety disorder, but can also provide relief for stress that occurs specifically due to the holidays.

In either case, it's best to buy your CBD products from a licensed and reputable source so you can be sure you're getting what you expect. Look for a dealer that has the following qualifications:

CBD Considerations

There are some potential negative side effects that you should be aware of if you want to try CBD for your holiday stress. While CBD is generally considered safe for most people, it can interfere with certain medications and may be counter-indicated for some health conditions. Consider the following:

Being aware of the downsides of CBD will also help you avoid suffering potential side effects when you're trying to enjoy your company holiday party or you're on your way to see your favorite family members. Watch for the following:

If you experience any of these, stop using CBD and consult your doctor. It could be that you need to modify your dose or choose a different strain or delivery method to get the results you want. 


If creating the perfect holiday experience for yourself and your family is making you stressed and anxious, it makes sense that you're seeking out the ideal solution to quell the symptoms and allow you to enjoy a wonderful time with your loved ones.

CBD provides relief for many users, and you could be one of them. Talk to your doctor about using CBD, then do your research to find the product that best suits your needs, whether it's reducing stress due to family drama or trying to manage the jam-packed schedule of holiday season parties and shopping. In any case, you could find that CBD is exactly what you need to add to your wish list this year. 

DC Collective has a range of CBD products to treat holiday anxiety. Visit to purchase in-store or arrange for our home delivery service. 

Cannabidiol (CBD) continues to grow in popularity as research continues to show its wide range of potential benefits. Studies show this cannabinoid has analgesic properties, anti-inflammatory properties, and antioxidant properties. CBD is also a promising treatment for a huge range of conditions, including chronic pain, sleep disorders, and anxiety. 

Whether people are trying it for a specific benefit or for their overall wellness, CBD is booming. But with so many products on the market nowadays, how do you know what’s worth trying? 

To help you find a CBD product you love, we’re highlighting 5 amazing CBD products to explore right now.

Best CBD Gummies 

Brand: WYLD

Product: Cannabis-Infused Hybrid Enhanced Gummies 

CBD Ratio: 20:1

Dosage: 20 mg CBD & 1 mg THC per gummy

WYLD’s delicious 20:1 CBD-infused gummies are an excellent choice for everyone from newbies to CBD connoisseurs. These easy-to-dose sweets are made with all natural ingredients, including real fruit, a hybrid terpene blend, and cannabis-derived CBD oil. While it’s CBD-dominant, this is a full-spectrum product that offers additional benefits from its array of terpenes and cannabinoids. 

WYLD’s gummies come in a wide range of flavors (all of which have no artificial flavors). So, whenever you feel like switching things up from strawberry, you can choose from their delectable selection of assorted fruit flavors. Their gummy products also come in higher THC ratios for those who prefer stronger effects. 

Best CBD Topical Product

Brand: Papa & Barkley 

Product: Releaf Balm

CBD Ratio: 3:1 

Dosage: 135 mg CBD & 33 mg THC per container 

Papa & Barkley’s award-winning Releaf Balm is wonderful for soothing body pain. Releaf Balm is made with a unique, chemical-free infusion process that preserves the cannabis plant’s full range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients. The Balm also boasts nourishing organic ingredients and essential oils, including eucalyptus, tea tree, peppermint, and lavender. 

In addition to being award-winning, the Releaf Balm is a consistent best seller. People love it for its natural formula and powerful pain relief. Customer reviews say it “works wonders” and provides “almost instant relief.”

Best CBD Oil Tincture 

Brand: Care By Design

Product: Full Spectrum CBD Drops

CBD Ratio: 40:1

Dosage: 480 mg CBD & 12 mg THC per 15 ml bottle

Care By Design’s 40:1 CBD drops are an ideal choice for someone who wants the benefits of full-spectrum CBD oil, with little to no psychoactive effects. The brand describes these drops as “made for all.” They boast high-quality CBD, a curated range of terpenes, and an array of cannabinoids, all suspended in a premium MCT carrier oil. 

The blend is specifically designed for those who are new to cannabis, yet still want potent effects from their CBD. It’s a great day or night solution for anxiety, pain, or stress relief, or simply for daily wellness. 

Best CBD Capsules 

Brand: Papa & Barkley 

Product: Releaf Capsules 

CBD Ratio: 30:1 

Dosage: 30 mg CBD & 1 mg THC per capsule 

Papa & Barley’s Releaf Capsules are an excellent choice for those who want to try CBD as a natural supplement. They’re an easy way to take a daily dose of CBD for its potential health benefits, such as improved sleep quality and reduced stress levels. 

These high quality capsules contain only two simple ingredients: coconut oil and an exact dose of full-spectrum CBD extract. If you’re looking for a whole plant oil product that’s precise and incredibly convenient, look no further. 

Best CBD Pet Product 


Product: Premium Quality Cannabis Tincture 

CBD Ratio: 20:1

Dosage: 250 mg CBD & 12.5 mg THC per bottle

VETCBD’s Premium Quality Cannabis Tincture is a doctor-formulated blend designed to support your pet’s joint mobility, brain function, GI health, and mood. VETCBD products come with complimentary support from healthcare professionals who can help those who are new to CBD pet products. Each batch also undergoes multiple rounds of third-party testing, so you can feel confident your pet is getting nothing less than the very best. 

Final Thoughts 

Looking for even more best-in-class CBD products to try? Visit a DC Collective dispensary near you to explore our full selection. If you’re not sure where to start, ask one of our knowledgeable team members for a personalized recommendation. We’re always here to match you with the perfect product for your needs and experience level. 

Some people take CBD daily as a supplement–but is it safe to take CBD every day? 

While CBD research is still in its infancy, experts generally agree that it’s safe to regularly take CBD. For example, Harvard Health has said, “for adults, CBD appears to be a very safe product” and a 2023 scientific review found that, “overall, CBD has an excellent safety profile, even with relatively high doses.” 

Still, if you’re thinking of taking CBD every day, there are some things to think about. You should consider whether CBD could help your wellness goals, what dosage you should take, and whether it’s alright to take CBD with your current medications. 

Let’s go over everything you need to know about taking CBD daily.

Why Do People Take CBD? 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the two main compounds found in cannabis plants. Unlike the other main cannabis compound, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is non-psychoactive. So, people don’t take CBD for psychoactive effects. Instead, they take it for a variety of potential therapeutic effects. 

Research and clinical studies suggest that CBD may help with: 

Typically, people who take CBD are looking to treat symptoms like pain, anxiety, or insomnia. Some also take CBD for overall wellness, as research suggests CBD has an antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effect. 

Why Take CBD Daily? 

People take CBD daily because they want to regularly experience the effects of cannabidiol. CBD doesn’t last for particularly long in the body, so it needs to be taken regularly if you want to keep it working in your system. 

Wondering how long CBD lasts? One study showed that CBD has a fairly short half-life of 14 to 17 hours. This means half of the CBD you take is eliminated after that period. It takes around 5 half-lives for your body to clear a substance, which would be around 3.5 days for CBD. 

Of course, keep in mind that how long CBD stays in the body can vary depending on dosage, your metabolism, and the type of CBD you take. Some studies also suggest that CBD may stay in your system longer if you take it regularly. Anecdotally speaking, that may be why some people find they need to take CBD for a few weeks before they start experiencing benefits. 

How Much CBD Can You Take Every Day? 

It’s a good idea to go low and slow when you start taking CBD. While CBD isn’t psychoactive like THC, it can have side effects like nausea or irritability. Studies suggest you’re more likely to experience adverse effects from CBD at very high doses, so it’s best to not go overboard. 

A good starting dosage for CBD is around 10 to 20 mg. Be sure to stay on the lower end of that range if you have a low body weight. Try a low dose for around a week, then slowly increase it each week until you find your ideal daily dose. 

Can You Take Too Much CBD?

If you’re worried about taking too much CBD, know that research suggests even extremely high doses of CBD tend to be well tolerated. For example, one study found that regularly taking a daily dose of 1,500 mg a day was well tolerated. The maximum dose used in the study is far, far higher than most people consume. Typical cannabinoid doses don’t pose a safety concern.

What About Medication Interactions? 

Before you start taking CBD–or any supplement–you should ask your doctor if it would be right for you. Like many other natural products, CBD can potentially interact with medications or supplements. 

When it comes to potential drug interactions, CBD is actually similar to grapefruit. Both CBD and grapefruit interact with enzymes in your liver, which can change the efficacy of certain medications that are also processed by your liver. This can end up making them less effective or more effective. Some common medications that CBD may interact with include the blood thinner warfarin, the antibiotic clindamycin, and the thyroid medication levothyroxine. 

Additionally, if you take CBD with something that has similar side effects, you increase your risk of experiencing those side effects. The potential side effects of CBD include sleepiness, nausea, dry mouth, and appetite loss. So, for example, taking CBD with supplements like kava or melatonin can increase the risk of sleepiness. 

The bottom line here is to ask your doctor about potential interactions before you make CBD a part of your daily routine. 

What Types of CBD Products Can You Take Daily?

If you want to take CBD daily, there are various types of products for you to try. There are two things to consider: product type and CBD type. 

CBD is found in a range of products, including vapes, edibles, capsules, oils, and extracts. Any product can be great for daily use depending on your preferences, but we will say that CBD oil is one of the more popular options. 

Then, each of these products can contain a different type of CBD. There are three types to consider: 

Some evidence suggests full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products may be more effective than isolate products, but there’s still good research supporting isolate. If you don’t have an issue with consuming trace amounts of THC, we usually suggest going with full-spectrum. If you’d prefer to avoid THC entirely, broad-spectrum or isolate would be better for you. 

What Does Scientific Research Say About CBD Use? 

While CBD research is still in its early stages, scientific evidence suggests CBD is a potential treatment for a variety of conditions. 

There’s a substantial amount of evidence for the use of cannabidiol in treating certain rare forms of epilepsy. Many studies have shown that CBD was able to reduce seizures in patients with Dravet syndrome, Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, and tuberous sclerosis complex, which are different types of treatment-resistant epilepsy. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Epidiolex, a prescription medication with CBD as the active ingredient, as a treatment for these rare disorders. 

Evidence also suggests CBD has anti-inflammatory properties and the potential to treat a variety of conditions. CBD may be able to ease anxiety, depression, chronic pain, arthritis, PTSD symptoms, addiction, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, social anxiety disorder, abdominal pain, and insomnia. 

The science of CBD is promising, but additional studies are needed before we fully understand things like long-term use outcomes and long-term safety. We also need more human clinical trials, as much of the current research has revolved around animal studies. 

Luckily, there’s more CBD research happening today than ever before, so more knowledge is just around the corner. 

Final Thoughts 

In conclusion, CBD is considered generally safe, but you should talk with your doctor before using it regularly as a supplement. The most important thing to consider before taking CBD daily is whether it might interact with a medication or supplement you’re already taking. 

Once you’re ready to find the perfect CBD product for you, visit a DC Collective dispensary. One of our team members would be happy to match you with a product that suits your needs and experience level. 

Joints, blunts, and spliffs–what’s the difference? They’re all ways to smoke marijuana in a convenient rolled up package, but these three rolls are not the same. 

The main difference between joints, blunts, and spliffs is that two of the three also contain tobacco. The amount of tobacco in each roll creates a different experience. And, depending on what you’re looking for, you’ll likely prefer one over the others. 

Not sure which roll would be right for you? Read on to discover the differences between joints, blunts, and spliffs, as well as each smoking method’s pros and cons. 

What Is a Joint? 

A joint is a cannabis cigarette that doesn’t contain tobacco. These small, portable rolls are made by wrapping ground cannabis in joint paper. You can buy pre-rolled joints at a dispensary or roll your own using your choice of flower and paper. 

The main difference between joints and other rolls is that joints don’t contain any tobacco. If you want to smoke marijuana but you don’t want to consume tobacco or nicotine, a joint is perfect for you. 

Notably, joints are usually the roll of choice for people who smoke marijuana for medical concerns like pain, anxiety, or stress. If you’re consuming marijuana specifically for medical benefits, it's best to steer clear of tobacco and nicotine. 

What Is a Blunt? 

Blunts are cannabis cigarettes with tobacco leaf wrappers. They’re made by placing ground marijuana inside hollowed out cigars or blunt wraps. Blunts are often made using cigarillos that can be easily found at convenience stores, such as Swisher Sweets. 

Because blunts contain some tobacco, they create a different experience compared to joints. People describe blunts as having a “buzz” due to their nicotine content. Blunt wraps also burn more slowly than joints because they’re made of thicker paper, creating a different experience during the actual smoking process as well. 

What Is a Spliff? 

A spliff is a blend of marijuana and tobacco in rolling papers. It’s essentially a cross between a joint and a traditional tobacco cigarette. The ratio of cannabis to tobacco in a spliff is usually 1:1, but it can be customized. Spliff wraps can be made with joint papers or tobacco papers.

Since spliffs contain a large amount of tobacco, they create a significantly different smoking experience compared to joints. You’ll definitely get the taste and effects of tobacco when smoking a spliff. People often describe spliffs as more energetic and buzzy than joints. 

Which Is Right For You? 

Now you know the difference between these three rolls, but which is right for you? 

If you don’t want to consume any tobacco, you’ll want to choose a joint. Beyond that, there are nuanced differences between blunts, joints, and spliffs that can change which you prefer. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each smoking method. 

Pros and Cons of Smoking Joints 

Joints have many benefits. They’re small, portable, easy to use, and easy to share. They’re easy to customize using your choice of flower and plain or flavored papers. They also don’t contain tobacco, which many consider a plus. 

Joints also have drawbacks. One is that they have a strong weed smell compared to rolls that contain tobacco, so they’re not discreet. Another is that it takes experience to be able to roll a joint well. However, dispensaries typically have a wide range of pre-rolled joints, so joints are still an accessible option for newer smokers. 

Pros and Cons of Smoking Blunts 

Blunts are portable, easy to share, and they provide a uniquely buzzy feel you won’t get from tobacco-free rolls. Cigar wrappers and blunt rolls also come in an array of flavors, so it’s easy to have variety in your blunt smoking routine. 

Yet, the pros of blunts can also be considered cons depending on what you’re looking for. Blunts contain tobacco, which has a strong smell and taste, and comes with health risks. And, in general, if you don’t want a highly flavored experience when you’re smoking marijuana, you may not like blunts. Cigar wraps and blunt rolls have a tobacco flavor and also often contain added flavors. 

Pros and Cons of Smoking Spliffs 

Spliffs contain a mixture of weed and tobacco, giving them a uniquely buzzy, energetic experience. Because they contain a significant amount of tobacco, spliffs can also be more discreet than joints when it comes to marijuana smell. These small, portable, sharable wraps may be mistaken for tobacco cigarettes.  

But spliffs aren’t for everyone. They contain a large amount of tobacco, which has a strong aroma and can be harmful to your health. Furthermore, not everyone enjoys the buzzy feel of nicotine, so mixing cannabis with tobacco simply isn’t for everyone. In general, people who don’t already enjoy tobacco might not like spliffs. Spiff smokers are often already tobacco smokers. 

Final Thoughts

Joints, blunts, and spliffs are all convenient ways to smoke cannabis, but they offer different experiences. If you’re still not quite sure which is right for you, ask a DC Collective team member for recommendations during your next visit. We’re always happy to explain different consumption methods and give personalized suggestions. 

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