It’s high quality. It’s created by Hollywood design elite. It comes in rose gold containers and yes that is your only color option. It’s “the Herms of marijuana” and it’s, um, very pretty?
The company is called Beboe, and it wants to be the forefront of a new era in marijuana consumption unless sneaking a joint in the bushes outside before dinner is your thing, anyways.
Founded by celebrity tattoo artist Scott Campbell and fashion veteran Clement Kwan, Beboe offers only two products: a rose gold single-use vape “intentionally engineered for social consumption,” and low dose cannabis pastilles (which are just fancy little candies).
The brand “caters to design-savvy professionals who value premium goods manufactured with an artisanal sensibility,” according to the New York Times.
Beboe also comes with a pretty adorable backstory involving Campbell’s grandmother, Be Boe, who helped her daughter get through chemotherapy by baking weed brownies.
Campbell cites her history as the motivation for creating a product that doesn’t feel like you’re “buying weed from your parole officer,” but rather, is a more “upscale” experience.
Only available for sale in California, Beboe’s products are the result of Campbell and Kwan’s desire to fuse marijuana with “dinner party culture.” Where once you would bring a nice bottle of wine, now, a high quality vaporizer to pass around the table.
Did we mention it’s rose gold, and that’s the only option? You should start curating your dish ware accordingly. If being classy is, like, important to you.
You might rememberCut from a video it released a few years ago that depicted three grandmothers smoking marijuanatogether. To date that video has nearly 27 million views and has spawned an entire series called Strange Buds. It includes episodes like former cops smoking weed together, parents smoking with their kids, and even a Trump, a Stein, and Clinton supporter hitting a bong.
Now Cut has revamped everyone’s favorite joke premise and invited a priest, a rabbi, and an atheist to enjoy some some pot together. The results are hilarious, enlightening and, at times, downright sweet.
The Rabbi is Jim Mirel and he begins the video by saying he’s there to “Experience one of God’s creations.” The priest isRev. Chris Schuller, who madewaves a year ago when he created a pro-marijuana video and posted it toFacebook. The atheist is a self-described “conservative homosexual” named Carlos.
Once the gentlemen are good and stoned, the stories start to come out. Carlos begins by saying at the age of 14 his priest denied his conformation because he had engaged in “homosexual acts,” and he was then excommunicated from this church. This leadto him questioning not only religion, but the existence of God. At one point, he’s visibly upset and demands “Why are there 37,000 kids dying every day? That’s not miraculous!”
After his story,Rabbi Mirel says that although Carlos might not believe in God per se, he seems to be a spiritual person who has faith in some sort of higher power, and to this, Carlos agrees.
Lest you think this is a video where two old guys try to convince a young man to come back to the church, the conversation feels much more like a freeform discussion about universal truth and the nature of God, so like basically the same shit everyone talks about when they’re super high.
One of the best moments occurs when Mirel is informed that he’s been holding a joint forever and someone finally asks if he needs a light. This cracks up Schuller and Carlos, and it’s a nice reminder that, oh yeah, these guys are really really stoned.
Schuller has perhaps his most enlightened moment when he says “Maybe this will work for all of us. Just think of God as all things true, knowing we don’t know all things.”
At this point, a twist is introduced and we find out it’s Ash Wednesday, which leads to Schuller using ash from their joints to put a cross on Carlos’s forehead. Unbeknownst to him, Schuller indulges in one of the most stereotypical stoner clichs when he gets super excited about the beautiful color of the ash.
Carlos returns the favor and gives Schuller a cross and, for good measure, Mirel gives Schuller a Carlos both a traditional Jewish blessing.
In the end, no one converts anyone, but the three men certainly walk away with something to think about and a perhaps a new set of friends. Add to this a butt load of free weed, and it’s not a bad day’s work.
H/T Huffington Post
The 76-year-old X-Men actor shined a light on his green regimen this week while endorsing the U.K.s first program aimed at exploring the benefits of cannabis-based medicines.
In a statement, the English actor called the cannabinoidbiomedicine program out of Oxford University an important step forward for Britain in a field of research that has for too long been held back by prejudice, fear and ignorance.
Two years ago, in Los Angeles, I was examined by a doctor and given a note which gave me legal permission to purchase, from a registered outlet, cannabis-based products, which I was advised might help the ortho-arthritis in both my hands, he said. California has had some form of a medical marijuana program in place since 1996. In 2016, voters passed Proposition 64, which allowed for legal recreational use of marijuana in adults 21 and over.
I purchased an ointment, spray and edibles. The ointment, while providing some relief from the discomfort, was too greasy to use during daytime and so I only use it at night, he said. It helps with sleep as the pain was reduced. The spray, however, is much more usable and I spray my fingers and particularly my thumb joints several times a day.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 23 percent of adults in the U.S. or 54.4 million people have been diagnosed with arthritis. Of that number, 43.5 percent were found to suffer limitations in their usual activities because of the condition which is said to increase with age.
Stewart shared that his arthritis is believed to be genetic as his mother had badly distorted and painful hands.
I believe that the ointment and spray have significantly reduced the stiffness and pain in my hands. I can make fists, which was not the case before I began this treatment, he said.
Stewart went on to say that he hasnt had any negative side effects from using the cannabis and suggested that using alternative anti-inflammatory medicines like Advil, Aleve and Naproxen could be harsh on the liver and cause acid reflux.
Stewart, who has spoken of his desire to become a U.S. citizen since President Trump took office, currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.In New York state,medical marijuana still has tight restrictions, including a ban on smokeable forms.
The Huffington Post has reached out to representatives for Stewart and Oxford for comment, and will update this post accordingly.
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Someone took the concept of “goodwill” to the extreme recently when they donated a cooler full of marijuana to the Goodwill in Monroe, Washington.
This cooler was donated over the weekend to the Goodwill. Employees surprised when they opened the lid. Police were called… pic.twitter.com/50z1OinsER
— Monroe PD (@MonroePolice) March 14, 2017
Thecooler contained 3.75 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated street value of around $24,000, depending on, you know, how dank dem nugs is.
Washington is actually one of the few states where marijuana is legal for personal use. Possession of up to one ounce for personal use carries no criminal charge, and public consumption is only a maximum fine of $100. Of course, since we’re talking about roughly sixty times that much, whoever dropped off the cooler would be wise to steer clear of that Goodwill for the time being.
Monroe police, who are totally refusing to be cool about this, are currently reviewing surveillance footage from the store to see if they can identify the person or persons who donated the cooler which, it should be noted, looks like a pretty nice one.
It seems like this hasto be either a person who got too high and grabbed the wrong cooler to donate, or a grandmother who was trying to help by cleaning out the garage… and was possibly also high.
Those are the most likely possibilities but let’s not overlook other less likely, but still totally possible, options:
- Theymeant to donate this weed as they know how boring it is to work at Goodwill
- This is the clever way the distributor gets his product to his dealer who works at Goodwill. Unfortunately, Todd forgot to mention he was taking the day off.
- It’s an early April Fools prank and those bags are full of oregano, super glue, and red thread.
- Wife said to donate the cooler full of heroin and her husband got confused.
- Weed fairy.
If this your cooler, the Monroe police department would like to let you know that you are welcome to drop by the station at any time to claim it. Make sure to bring a photo ID and any other illegal substances you happen to havearound the house.
“This is an important step forward for Britain in a field of research that has for too long been held back by prejudice, fear and ignorance,” he said. “I believe this program of research might result in benefits for people like myself as well as millions of others.”
— HuffPost UK Ent (@HuffPostUKEnt) March 16, 2017
It turns out the actor, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, but also spends time in Los Angeles for work, has been using cannabis for years in a spray form.
“Two years ago, in Los Angeles, I was examined by a doctor and given a note which gave me legal permission to purchase, from a registered outlet, cannabis-based products, which I was advised might help the ortho-arthritis in both my hands,” he explained.
So there you have it. If Captain Picard is cool with weed, there’s no reason the rest of us shouldn’t be too.
Between this and his new foster dog, he has to be in the running for Most Millennial Septuagenarian.
H/T Daily Mail