The 13 Best Weed Accessories and Gadgets
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It's time to level up your cannabis gear.
Many US states have legalized marijuana. You no longer need to smoke behind a shed or hide in the woods to get high. It's 2023 and more people are taking the occasional toke or two for both recreational and medicinal purposes. People can consume pot freely at home without worrying about prosecution, and there are a ton of great gadgets to aid the responsible herb imbiber. We've rounded up 13 of the best weed accessories you can get right now.
Read more: Marijuana Laws in Every State
Even though you can't buy marijuana online, the best weed accessories, including all those on our list (which contain no actual THC), are all legal to purchase from the online head shops that host them. With cannabis culture booming, you can find high-quality smoking accessories at various prices. Whether you're looking for a place to stash your green, or a pretty piece of glassware to enjoy when lighting up, or if you want to step beyond the basics of rolling trays and rolling papers, these are some of the best weed accessories to give yourself or the cannabis lover in your life.
Editors' note: Though cannabis has been legalized for medical and even recreational use in some states, marijuana and products containing THC are still considered Schedule I drugs on the federal level. Always exercise caution and judgment when consuming cannabis or any other controlled substance.
This showstopper of a hookah has myriad uses that go beyond cannabis. It functions as a 360-degree rotating glass hookah delivering the smoothest hits imaginable, but you can purchase a beverage cloche ($120) to infuse cocktails with smoke from cherry wood or rich pecan.
This cool cannabis accessory doubles as a fun party trick for the serious mixologist. It's elegantly designed and simple to set up. The Gravity Hookah set includes an aluminum hookah bowl kit and a glass bowl, but can also connect to other smoking or vaporization devices.
While we're certainly not advocating taking your supplies anywhere they aren't allowed, you still might want to keep the odor under wraps, both at home and on the go.
Firedog's smell proof bag does just that and is crafted from leather and lined with premium activated carbon and filtering nonwoven fabric. Plus, the bag will keep your weed fresh.
If you prefer to consume your weed the old-fashioned way -- not in oil or edible form -- but don't love the harsh smoke or the inconvenience of rolling papers, this stylish and sophisticated vape pen delivers incredibly clean hits that maintain the herbal flavor.
The G Pen is engineered with a patented clean air intake along with convection and conduction dual heater technology. When it comes to cannabis accessories, this one is pretty versatile. A handy built-in pick tool can be used to pack the chamber and clear the oven.
For something a bit more discrete (and budget-friendly) but big on style while smoking recreational marijuana, Vessel's Helix one-hitter is a solid pick for someone who smokes cannabis flower.
The double-helix design cools each hit and it's engineered to hold debris build-up that acts as a filter for less debris. This pure brass compact pipe is also very easy on the eyes.
Not a fan of rolling paper? For an old-school device that's easy on the eyes, Edie Parker makes weed accessories that double as works of art.
When it comes to smoking accessories, these glass pipes take them to another level. I personally love this charming cherry glass pipe but there is a melange of fruits to choose from.
This more modestly priced vape allows you to personalize your dose down to the milligram so you don't get too much --- or too little, for that matter.
The Mode is the first device to add such precise personalization in dosing. Pax's Era Pro vape pen has preselected dose settings you can pick from, but it only works with Pax's proprietary pods.
Want to ditch smoking accessories altogether? If you're more of an edibles type and you're planning to make your own at home, you'll need molds. These honey bee molds will add some charm to your next batch of THC gummies or chocolates.
If honeycomb isn't your vibe, Etsy has seemingly endless options of molds to sort through.
From the people who brought us Poo-Pourri comes this blend of essential oils designed to eliminate the smell of pot smoke in the air and on clothing. Just spritz a few times in the room or directly onto fabrics after consumption. It's often overlooked in the cannabis industry but can make a huge difference.
If you're looking for the best way to incorporate weed, look no further. THC infusions are all the rage, especially among those who don't like to inhale smoke. This nifty Levo infuser allows you to make oil, butter, honey and other concoctions laced with any herb of your choosing.
Use the Levo to make herb butters, floral oils for soap and any number of THC confections to cure what ails you.
If it's perfectly rolled marijuana cigarettes you covet, the OG Otto cone roller will deliver them every time and save you money on the more expensive pre-rolled variety.
The Otto's patented AI milling system analyzes your weed and automatically adjusts the direction, speed and pressure of its precision blades to create the perfect grind every time. Then it drops the grinds into a cone loader for the perfect roll-up.
Getting a filter to sit nicely can be tricky but a filter holder like this one makes it easy. This device works with Banana Brothers' charcoal-activated filters that cool the smoke and preserve the flavor. Rolling papers sold separately.
An herb grinder is good to have around for culinary purposes, but it's also handy for getting weed finely ground and ready for consumption.
AeroGarden may not advertise its indoor pod gardens for growing weed, but that doesn't mean it can't be done. The garden's built-in LED grow lights and self-watering system (both of which function on timers) will keep your plants healthy and growing. Plus, it's small enough to fit on your coffee table.
Here's a step-by-step guide on how to hack your AeroGarden to grow cannabis at home.
Note that weed should only ever be grown at home in states and regions where it is legal to do so.Read more:Editors' note