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Monthly 420 Subscription Box

You’ve all seen the trends — monthly deliveries of razors, dog toys, candy and more. Subscription boxes are all the rage these days and it’s easy to see why. We’ve recently come across one of our favorite subscription services and you can probably guess what it might be. That’s right — a monthly subscription smoker box from a company called Hippie Butler.

Meet the Hippie Butler

Hippie Butler sends a collection of smoking gear and accessories to you every month. The thing that sets Hippie Butler apart from the rest of the 420 subscription boxes is the ability to customize your box. Much like Trunk Club or Ipsy, users are presented with a series of questions during sign-up related to their smoking preferences. Do you like papers or wraps? Do you like flavored or non-flavored papers? How about flower or concentrates? All of these questions will help tailor one of the 3 tiers of smoker boxes that are offered by Hippie Butler.

420 Subscription Boxes by Hippie Butler

Different Smoker Subscription Boxes

Currently, the 3 boxes are priced at $11.99, $32.99 and $139.99 a month. The Rollers Club is the lowest priced box, perfect for smokers who roll up papers and wraps most often. For those looking for a bit more variety, the next step up is the Butler Box which provides other smoking accessories like grinders, rolling trays, pipes and more. For the big time smokers (or if you are looking for a comprehensive setup), Hippie Butler offers a premium subscription box called the Masters Club box ($139.99/mo). You can choose the Flower or Concentrate version of this box and it comes with higher prices items like bongs, oil rigs, Phoenician grinders and more.

Save Some Money on Us

We reached out to the guys at Hippie Butler to be able to offer our readers a little discount. Be sure to use the code 420 during checkout to receive 20% off your first box!


Foria, Marijuana-Infused Lube

We know what you’re thinking– it’s too good to be true! Well hold tight fellow tokers, we’ve got the skinny on one of the hottest products on the market. There has yet to be a sex lube infused with marijuana made for women’s pleasure, but hold the phone and enter entrepreneur Mathew Gerson.

Marijuana-Infused Sex Lubricant

Gerson created an invigorating and intoxicating sex lube that is a delightful mixture of coconut oil and cannabis. This enticing product was named Foria, perhaps in reference to the “euphoria” it is designed to create. Not only is it an excellent lubricant, it is designed to increase the couple’s overall sexual experience–especially on the ladies’ end.

Gerson put extensive time and money into testing his product, and ultimately discovered a broad range of responses to the lubricant. He concluded in independent testing that women have experienced intensified sensations including swelling of the clitoris, tingling, and heat around their sweet spots. The FDA has not performed any research on the insertion of marijuana-infused oils into the vagina, so Gerson’s research is unique and the start of something awesome!

Independent tests run by Gerson’s team of professionals with the Foria lubricant have reported women having a “sense of embodiment, a sense of dropping into a more full relationship to sexual sensations, and sensations around the body”. It’s safe to say that women who experience orgasm during sex can expect to have an intensified experience.

Gerson set out to create an “ode to women” and his research proved that marijuana has been used to increase sexual appetite throughout the ages. It is after all, a medical aphrodisiac that improves libido. He wanted to create a product that was enticing to women and benefited them in all the right ways. By golly, we think he hit the mark!

Sex Lube Used as Medical Marijuana

While Foria may not get the user high by exclusive use down south, it is edible and performs with the same level of intensity as other potent marijuana edibles. At a pricey $88 for a 1oz bottle, you can experience all the promises Foria has to offer! Yeah, it’s a little high– but how do you put a price on an edible marijuana infused sex oil?!

It should be noted that Foria is marketed as medical marijuana, so it is only sold to patients over the age of 18 with a medical marijuana recommendation from their medical provider.

Arizona Out of State MMJ CardsAh, that thing of fantasy: the out of state (aka non-resident) medical card.

The myth you’ve heard is true…in Oregon. Oregon, as of this writing, is the only state in the union currently offering medical cannabis cards to out of state patients. Their MMJ law has no residency requirement. But the forward momentum is on.

There is one more option. The VHV (Vets Helping Vets) Medical Marijuana Card is another curious creature, with acceptance in all states that have pro-medical marijuana laws on their books. More information and rules can be found on the Vets Helping Vets website at myveteran.org. If you are eligible for such a card, be sure to review your options with your primary care physician and have your licensed VA doctor sign the application document.

Unfortunately, the State of Arizona is a little more hard nosed. No out of state residents can obtain a medical card within state boundaries. Another example: the case for PTSD as a cannabis-treated medical condition appeared before the Department of Health earlier in 2012 and was sadly struck down.

Most states that recognize cannabis as medicine do accept the VHV card and cards that have been issued to patients in other states. Arizona’s law will not allow cards to be issued to out of state residents. Fortunately, however, the new law states that out-of-state medical card holders are protected within the restrictions of Arizona’s law under the “visiting qualifying patient” clause. This doesn’t mean you can purchase medicine at Arizona dispensaries, but MMJ patients from other states can carry up to 2.5 ounces and use privately within Arizona.

With the first Arizona dispensary only now being officially licensed just last month, we are expecting more questions and regulations surrounding residency and medical cards. Your thoughts, comments, knowledge, and questions are always welcome in the comments on this page.