4 Best Cannabis Subscription Boxes for Cannabiseurs

New to the CBD and Cannabis world? Do you have a gadget or trend fetish? Exploring the world of Medical Marijuana  can be expensive and complicated. I personally have found that using subscription boxes to test out new devices and trends is both fun and affordable.

Cannabis and Smoke subscriptions deliver all the essentials like cooking secrets, glass pieces, rolling papers, high-quality grinders, and lots of fun toys. All the cannabis subscription boxes below are also discreetly packaged to ensure privacy is maintained for each subscriber.

Best 420 Subscription Boxes in 2019
1. Dojabox

Cost: Starts at $15.83/month

What’s Included: If you’re looking for a girly weed subscription box, then Dojabox is a great option. In addition to smoking accessories like glass pieces, rolling papers, and wraps, each Dojabox also includes self-care items like cruelty-free bath and beauty products for ultimate relaxation.

Shipping: Ships worldwide from the U.S. on or around the 14th of each month

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2. SensiBox by Spiced UP

Cost: Starts at $16.66/month

What’s Included: SensiBox adds a personal touch to each curate weed box, curating different items for each subscriber. Choose between two subscription tiers for 5-7 smoking essentials like hemp products, a glass piece, snacks for munchies, and grinders.

Shipping: Ships worldwide from the U.S. between the 10th-12th of every month

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3. MYBESTBUDBOX

Cost: Starts at $23.35/month

What’s Included: My Best Bud Box is all about delivering premium products to enhance the smoking experience. Subscribers can choose between three subscription options: My Best Lil Bud Box for 8-10 smoking products, My Best Bud Box for 10-13 products, or My Best Big Bud Box for 12-15 smoking products each month. Each option includes items like bubblers, grinders, and pipes… OH MY!!

Shipping: Ships worldwide from the U.S. within 2 weeks after you order

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4. CannaBake Box

Cost: Starts at $23.00/month

What’s Included: CannaBake Box is all about keeping you stocked with smoking essentials all month long. They have 3 different subscription options with varying quantities of products depending on the box you choose. All boxes include a new glass piece and they include tracking information when boxes ship so you can keep tabs on your goodies before they arrive.

Shipping: Only ships within the U.S. on the 20th of each month

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What is really important in life

When my friend sensed that in a few weeks the light of life was about to be extinguished, and that there was no more hope for him, he called me to his side and said, “If only I had lived my life differently, I might not have felt such an emptiness now. Promise me,” he caught my hand, “Promise me that you won’t make the same mistake.” And when I asked him what mistakes, he asked me to get a pen and paper and to jot down his last words.

Here they are in condensed form:

1) Talk less; listen more.

2) Listen to your grandfather’s stories about his youth. When he’s gone, you will relive the bond through these memories.

3) Invite friend over for a snack or dinner even if the house is a mess.

4) Eat popcorn in the living room even though its messy.

5) Invite the friends who have children home. Don’t worry about their children creating a mess.

6) Sit on the grass even though it dirties your pants.

7) Never buy something just because it lasts for a long time or because it is practical.

8) Stay in bed and at home when sick and stop pretending that the world cannot go one without me for a day.

9) Light up the wonderfully crafted candles and let them burn out. Better this than they accumulate dust in the closet.

10) Share life’s responsibilities with a partner, not only expenses.

11) (Meant for Women) Instead of waiting for the pregnancy to get over, cherish each moment in your heart. Understand that the life in you is the only chance you will get to help god create magic.

12) Let your children hug and kiss you whenever they wish to. Don’t stop them by saying things like: later, go wash your hands first, we have to eat dinner.

13) Say the following two phrases as often as possible: “I love you” and “I am sorry.”

14) Stop worrying about who loves or and who doesn’t or about what others have or don’t have.

15) Cherish all personal human relations.

16) Play with a pet every day. Laugh and run with it and take part in all its antics.

17) Spend more time with the people who love you.

18) Stop sweating because of all the small details and problems of life.

19) Grab every moment, look at it and live it. That moment will never return again.

Her name was Susan, and she had one six year old daughter. Susan taught me these few basic ideals that I have tried to follow in honour of her memory. It has made me a better man, a much nicer husband and in general, a happier person. Even now I can hear her say that God has blessed each and every one of us, and that we should accept these blessings and strive to become stronger both physically, mentally and also emotionally.

Welcome To The Sanctuary Center

Oh hey, I’m Becky. I’m not conventional (who is?). I have 2 partners, 2 kids, and 6 chickens. Throughout my life I’ve performed normal for so long. I’ve put on the show; I’ve pretended that all I wanted was a house in the suburbs, to having matching pajamas in Christmas pictures, and to make my Facebook profile look good. And then I stopped trying. I walked into the Sanctuary Center the first time before it was open. I, like so many others, were called on to volunteer. The spot was new, the energy was high, the excitement was tangible. My kids and I painted the walls in the classroom together. We ate pizza, we knocked down walls. For one of the first times, we were in a space where we could be authentic. I spent the day with my family there enjoying the comradery of a bunch of folks who just needed a place to feel safe and connected. There finally wasn’t a performance. It’s like my whole body exhaled. Since then, I’ve become a part of The Sanctuary Center and am working here full time. Every day I spend here has been a cathartic exercise in embracing the real me. When I greet people now, the smile isn’t fake. When people ask how I like my job, I’m honest when I say I love it. I want to go to work now. One of the reasons I believe so much in this place is the power of community. On the walls, one of our norms states, “We know healing happens in relationships and community, not in isolation.” I read that now every day when I walk in and I sit down to make this place amazing. I believe in this place, and I want you to too. So, random internet reader, I invite you to follow our journey here at the Center. I want you to watch how we’re ever expanding into our community, growing and healing together. I want you to see how we’re giving people who used to have to pretend to be happy, a place to actually laugh and smile. I want you to check out our resources. I want you to drop in and share a cup of tea with me. I want you to learn something new. I want you to see our journey. After all, you’re a part of this too.

Vulnerability 101

Like everyone else, I’m on a Brene Brown binge. I saw her Netflix special, and our very own TSC book club read Braving the Wilderness last month. (Want to join the book club? Check us out here) I ate up every second, drank in every word, and immediately tried to change my life based on this amazing new idea of being strongly vulnerable.

In my personal life, this looked like being open about how I struggle with parenting. Last night, I cried in front of my daughter and told her I was sad. I stopped putting on the proud face and just let her know I was a bit overwhelmed since her dad was out of town; he’s been away at a work conference this week. Instead of pretending I didn’t have feelings, I just told her I did. My lovely daughter of course brought me our feelings cards to help me pick out my type of sad (We’re definitely THOSE type of parents) and then hugged me through it.

In the past, I would’ve never been that vulnerable with her. Kids are especially scary to be mushy around- they’re the best providers of too honest feedback even when you’re feeling good. After this though, I realized how 1) I felt way more connected to her as a person and 2) How much more likely she was to tell me about things that made her sad- turns out she missed Daddy too and 3) I actually taught her to be brave and walk into her own wilderness.

Now I’m at the Center and just reflecting on what our wilderness looks like here. Ready for TSC Vulnerability 101? Let’s go!

Step 1- When people come in, the most un-vulnerable thing they can do is just sit down at a chair. No risk there, chairs aren’t too scary, we even have extra approachable looking ones.

Step 2- Ready to get more vulnerable?
Work on the puzzle in front of you. All you have to do is lean forward and nudge a few pieces together, nbd. No one is looking, you’re allowed to put together puzzles right?

Step 3- Next level vulnerable?
Talk to someone. They may be sitting next to you, they may be low key looking at the puzzle too. You say, “Hey- I’m _____” and now they know your name! Ah! Now they know something about you. You’re already starting to get into this.

Step 4- Keep going?
Now you’re putting together a puzzle with someone when you realize there is an activity up in the classroom. Ready for this crazy move you can make? Ask them to see if they want to do it with you. We work to always make sure we have fun things that bring people together to play with in the classroom area. This week, it’s stationary, last week we had DIY keychains, next month we’re going to have an obstacle course! This place is made to be an adult playground of vulnerability!

Step 5- Now what?
The absolute worst case scenario is that you spent an hour with someone you didn’t know and took a risk. The best case scenario? You made a friend. You have one more person to text when life gets rough. Your support system grew by one and there’s another shoulder to cry on. Maybe there’s even another person who likes the same things you do? Maybe you start a new hobby together? The possibilities are endless!

None of this is easy, if it was, we’d all be doing it. A lot of people have good reasons to keep their guard up too. Our past can teach us that it’s better to stay safe than take a scary leap. Some days we need to feel safe, secure, and protected more than others. But one day, I encourage you to take the jump into your own wilderness and try to connect. We made a playground of connection here for you, come hang out.