Historically people have gotten creative with cannabis. But now marijuana is legal in parts of the US, stoners and connoisseurs alike are upping their game, and ways of having weed, have reached new highs.
The new marijuana market is proving to be popular, and projections for the industry are set to hit $30 billion by 2019. Alongside its legalisation, people now also have access to new scientific methods of processing the drug.
Harvesting weed is becoming similar to the wine industry. Master hash makers, or Hashishins, such as Frenchy Cannoli, mix together genetics, terroir, altitude, appellations, soil and microclimates to create special editions of hash, reserved only for the most serious connoisseurs.
Or if you want to try marijuana but don’t smoke – don’t worry. Gone are the days of needing a bong or knowing how to roll. Now getting high is as easy as buttering your toast.
Sava is an online market place, who finds the best artisanal hash, and offers products like CBD Epson salts to THC-laced jam.
From beef jerky, pizza sauce, to ice cream, it seems that chefs and designers are exploring recipes to see what you can’t infuse with weed. Sounds like never ending munchies.