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That’s the appeal behind Coda Signature’s Cannabis Infused Bath Bombs. Available in formulas like “Balance” (featuring rose geranium, patchouli, and lavender) and “Uplift” (featuring grapefruit, black pepper, and rosemary), each bomb contains 15 mg of CBD and THC, ensuring a pleasant but not overwhelming experience. Not only do these things smell amazing, but there’s few things better than the two-for-one that comes from soaking in suds and getting stoned simultaneously.

If your date is too busy to even celebrate Valentine’s Day, then it might be time to grab them a Dose Dial from Dosist. Known for their line of controlled dose vape pens, Dosist’s Dose Dial (don’t say it three times fast) delivers dissolvable tablets that contain precisely 3.7 mg of one of the company’s two patented formulas (two formulas are available for the dial, six are available for the pens). Discreet, effective, and reliable, a Dose Dial may not scream romance but is nevertheless an assuredly thoughtful thing to give to a special someone who is always short on time but clearly in need of a little relaxation.
For as much as we have to hear about Valentine’s Day, there are many amongst us who have absolutely no desire to acknowledge the holiday. Whether heartbreak has made the date especially painful or you truly just don’t give a shit, one appealing option for running out the clock on Feb. 14 is to get really, really high.

When it comes to buying flowers for Valentine’s Day, perhaps it’s time to think outside of the bouquet.
Purple Rose Supply’s Cannagar Roller isn’t really much more than a plastic mold, but used correctly, one can easily produce quality “Thai stick” joints. Known for burning more slowly and featuring a robust flavor, the compact cannagar is often rolled with fan leaves. Occasionally flower petals are used as well, meaning you can actually buy some roses for your sweetie and then smoke them together!
Sugar and Valentine’s Day are seasoned bedfellows, so naturally the cannabis industry has plenty to offer when it comes to THC-infused confections. For the true sentimentalist, perhaps Satori’s Fast-Acting Strawberries in Milk Chocolate will bridge the gap. Most importantly, these things are delicious. In addition, Satori has also engineered a formula that cuts down on the wait time usually associated with edibles. With the promise of a weed treat that won’t take forever to hit, Satori’s strawberries could be a Valentine’s Day dessert that may just lead to romance.
While a gift of cannabis to celebrate romance may once have been seen as insufficient or impersonal, the options today when it comes to THC-rich variations on standard Valentine’s fare are enough to fill a grocery aisle. From infused chocolates to rose petal blunt wraps, it’s never been easier to pair your love with a little weed.
Find the perfect weed complement to your February 14 festivities.

For those who don’t favor chocolate—or insomnia—there’s also Kiva’s Blueberry CBN Gummies. As a reminder, CBN, or cannabinol, is a minor cannabinoid known for its sedative properties. Unlike CBD and THC, CBN appears in more trace amounts in the cannabis plant, which is why we’re only just now seeing more products capable of featuring this sleep-promoting cannabinoid. It’s no surprise that edible brand Kiva is leading the charge, given the enduring popularity of their milk chocolate-coated Terra Bites line.

Find the perfect weed complement to your Valentine festivities.