New Euphoric Bubble Ball drop!
Since I finished off the inventory for the Mint Ice Cream Bubble Balls, I figured I could make it up to you with Cookie Crumble scented Euphoric Bubble Bath Balls!
I’ve been told numerous times that my Euphoric Bubble Balls look like cookies, now they smell like them ?
These little bad boys had my house smelling spectacular as they were curing. In fact I didn’t plan this out very well at all as the smart thing would have been to make sure there were real cookies on hand to handle the constant cookie craving from this fragrance. Oh! Maybe that’s why my boyfriend made Peanut Butter Cookies the other day ?
My Euphoric Bubble Balls are small but they pack a punch! My pot smoking neighbor found these a little too intense the first time he used them. Turns out he was adding extra stuff to his bath so please don’t add other soaps, oils or bath bombs and salts to your euphoric bath until you know how these affect you (unless you’re cool with a possible negative experience)
For the Cookie Crumble Euphoric Bubble Balls I stuck with natural colorants. I used cocoa powder to create even more of a cookie look but please don’t eat them, they taste terrible. In fact you’ll have a significantly better experience if you use them only as directed.
Just crumble one under running water if you’re trying for the first time. The recommended soak time is an hour for a nice pain free body high. Keep your bath around a 1/2 hour mark or get the regular strength bath bombs if you’re afraid of the effects. The longer you soak, the more you feel it so the more adventurous bathers & long soakers might have trouble getting out of the tub on their own.
Have a great bath everyone!
Now on Tiktok
Do you like the Tiktok? I’m attempting a business account so feel free to follow that QR code to our Tiktok channel to stay up to date. Right now I’ve been playing with your orders before shipping. That’s right! You might even see your order as the star of a little video!
I’ve got product making videos on the go, stop motion videos, and once I get around to putting some make up on, we might have some personal stories and product secrets ?
Markdowns on regular strength balms!
I’ve decided to no longer order the little metal tins I use for regular strength balm since I really like the look & size of the white 2oz pots I have started using for my extra strength. So bye bye little tins, hello doubling the size of regular strength!
The metal tins sometimes stick and I’ve had the feedback that they are hard to use for people with chronic hand problems. I’ve also had troubles finding a replacement 1oz white pot so this means both regular & extra strength will be the same size because I’m done hunting. I’ve got more important things to work on! ?
Regular strength balms get a makeover! They will now be shipped in 2oz size instead of 1oz with 420mg THC instead of 210mg. Your new balm goes from roughly 4 months worth to a 6-8 month supply depending on how much you’re using it. Regular price will be $35.
My remaining 1oz regular strength tins are available for the discounted price of $20 in the 1oz balm section. Scents and stock are limited and if you’re lucky, you can nab the last Earl Grey.
Extra Strength balms are remaining awesome and at their very affordable price (from what I’ve seen online) – no price, packaging or sizing changes planned.
Balm sale February 27-March 5
Extra strength balm, regular strength balm and lip balm all at 25% off from February 27 – March 5
Bubble balls back in stock!
Cannabis Topicals for Date Night
It’s February. Time to shave your legs/face/whatever, get gussied up and spend some time with someone you love, or if you’re single, to find someone you can love.
But what does this have to do with cannabis topicals? Well I’ll tell you! I’m going to do my best to suggest ways cannabis bath & body products can benefit your going out ritual and maybe if we’re lucky, I’ll have some “next day” tips for you.
I’m not sure about you but I like to work selfcare into my going out routine. If I’m really lucky, I can spend almost all day getting ready for a night out. That’s the sort of day where I’d be luxuriating in a cannabis bath, putting my hair in rollers, doing the false lashes and of course the carefully selected outfit. Don’t judge, I sometimes like a movie montage starring myself ??♀️
To receive the full effects of a cannabis bath, I recommend the euphoric bath salts or bath bomb and soaking for an hour. Your body will feel super relaxed and your skin will be so soft that your date might get a little touchy with you. Wine or a joint in the tub is optional but not recommended for the beginner. You need to know how things affect you before you start mixing, trust me. I’ve heard stories!
For added softness you can use my cannabis sugar scrub. It’s formulated to dissolve in the water so you won’t have grit in your bath. I made the mistake of using another brand’s scrub in the bath. It felt like a day at the beach, and not in the good way. The scrub can also be used in the shower (which is how I prefer using it) but you could also do a dry scrub before your bath or shower, it’s all up to you. Either way, it’s going to help boost your circulation and slough off old skin cells and tough grime.
Shower fans: don’t forget about the cannabis bodywash and soaps! I find the bodywash just washes away my aches. Sometimes I wash an area twice to get the tougher aches out. I usually just use the bar soap on my hands but I have noticed it soothes any minor cuts as well as makes my skin baby soft. Either will be an excellent addition to your prep, especially if you have some pain or expect some by the end of the night. A little preventative always helps me get through a night out.
Protip for those of you with dry skin, I like to use my regular strength pain relief oil as a body oil. It makes my skin feel really nice. I also love my chamomile headache roller on zits. I’ve noticed that in some cases, I can put this on before bed and the zit is gone in the morning. I’ve even been known to use the chamomile pain relief oil on my face before bed. It makes my face feel relaxed and I’ve noticed a brighter complexion and soft skin. I don’t recommend this with all of my products though. The chamomile with the cannabis seems to be the most effective for my skin problems. I even use the chamomile headache roller on cystic pimples. It stops the pain and has made quite a few of them run their course faster for me.
After you’ve relaxed and soothed your body with a shower or bath, you should be in a pretty good mood for your date. I really hope you get some action! ?
So that leads me to after care…. if you did something stupid (roller skating, weird positions, trip over your shoes, some weird activity you’re way too out of shape for… etc) during your date, you might need another cannabis bath (if it was a weird sex injury to reduce your awkward inflammation) or some of my pain relief balm or oil (if it resulted in bruising or pulled muscles of the non genital variety) to help you get back on your feet.
Protip: the balm works great on an aching jaw and sore muscles. Just saying….
As you can see, cannabis topicals can be easily incorporated into any lifestyle. I highly recommend you give them a shot if you live with a chronic pain condition or you’re just chronic. ?
Get your feet summer ready!
Are your feet sandal ready?
Summertime always is terrible for your feet. Some of us hide the fact we don’t tend to our toes on the regular by wearing sneakers that make your feet smell but the rest of us embrace the sandals! In order to do that, your feet must be looking their finest so prepare for some cannabis infused tips to get your feet looking and feeling great!
If your feet are looking extra dry, you might want to exfoliate with a Cannabis Sugar Scrub to reveal a the baby soft skin waiting to meet the sun! The cannabis with soothe your tired achy feet while the sugar gently scrubs the dirt and dead skin to make your feet look fresh and clean!
If your feet are exceptionally bad, I suggest a soak with some of our bath salts followed by the cannabis scrub. You could even scrub while soaking as the sugar will dissolve in the water so won’t leave grit in the tub.
If you’ve got badly cracked heels, I recommend to follow it up with some Pain Relief Balm. The balm has some really good moisturizing ingredients and the cannabis soothes and hydrates your skin. I’ve been hearing from customers that it works great for replenishing the lost moisture that can cause dry cracked heels, plus the cannabis helps restore the damaged skin.
You can even use cannabis soaps for regular washings to help maintain those tender toes. If you like to shower at night, then the soap might also wash away some minor aches and pains from the day as it’s very soothing. From soaps to soaks to balms to scrubs, we’ve got everything you need to make your feet happy…. except for maybe some sensible shoes. You’re on your own there! ?
Strain Review: Black Gas (flawless)
A quick google search tells me that Black Gas Flawless is an indica strain one whiff of it fresh from the grinder tells me I’m going to enjoy my bedtime session! Everything I read said this strain should smell gassy but I mostly smell blackberry. I could be crazy, or this could be misidentified but I don’t care, it smelled delicious and I’m definitely looking forward to smoking it. I was starting to get a migraine before I started my first session with this strain, and I certainly did not have a migraine when I finished! However about an hour after smoking is when I noticed my migraine was gone and shortly after, I did that thing where you think too much about your symptom and it all comes back. I do find my anxiety can be triggered with indicas especially heavy ones so this is just one I have to be careful with. Black Gas Flawless is a heavy hitter so I turned to it again after a few nights with a lighter strain. This strain gave me a great body high and the couch lock I look for at the end of the night. So definitely the current favorite for bedtime. I was chatty and giggly which is always fun so I’d recommend this strain for indica loving hang sessions or depression symptoms for those who can’t use sativas.