As legalization efforts continue to grow cannabis products continue to proliferate. We’ve all seen some pretty out there cannabis products crop up over the past few years including a cologne named “Mister Green’s No. 1 Hippie Shit weed cologne”, CBD dog treats and even a Pumpkin Spiced CBD flavored lube whose very existence repels me to my core.
One of the greatest new cannabis applications that’s worth celebrating this Valentine’s Day? The rise of the cannabis subscription box. Savvy brands are taking the guesswork out of the equation by offering customers their choice of carefully curated monthly subscription boxes. These boxes typically feature a few different options for price range, with some starting as low as $1 for rolling paper-based boxes and up to $150 per month. Some only feature cannabis accessories like glass while others combine flower with accessories to provide customers with a whole new luxury cannabis experience.
Want to dazzle your cannabis loving special someone? Here are the best cannabis subscription boxes out there. Go forth and be merry.
While Green Box is only available in Oregon it is, by far, one of the best boxes available. Green Box is populated with items curated from Oregon’s best cannabis brands like East Fork Cultivars and Leif Goods. It recommends items based on the answers you provide in your initial profile assessment, allowing you to set out your preferences in advance. Choose from an Essentials Box or a Premium Box at varying price levels ranging from $90/box to $150/box for up to 9 items. The February box is a cannabis lover’s dream come true. Filled with brownie truffles from Laurie & Maryjane, Dew cannabis lube from Luminous Botanicals and East Fork flower, it’s a great example of how masterful pairing is an art in and of itself. Keep an eye out for their CBD subscription box set to launch sometime this spring.
Boxes here range from $9.95 for the basic “Loot Pack” up to $79.98 per month for “The Top Shelf” box. Basic boxes include 4-8 basic smoking essentials while the Top Shelf Box features 7-13 items per month. Valued at $250, these themed boxes include premium vaporizers, bongs and glass pieces as well as snacks and rolling accessories. You can also share a photo of your box to enter their monthly Mega Box drawing. The Mega Box prize promises “an epic collection of awesome electronics, gear and just plain cool stuff”, with past boxes including an Apple Watch and TV.
Kush Cargo is a little more svelte, a little BMW in feel. Their discreet black boxes start at $11 for their “Carry On Cargo” box and up to $110 for their “First Class Cargo” package. The First Class package is, of course, where you want to be. You can opt for a nug-centric or dab-centric package, or even splurge for the First Class Combo Cargo to get everything from both, an estimated value of $260. You’re guaranteed one piece of glass every month along with 3-10 items guaranteed to total at least $130 in value.
I love Lucky Box Club because they offer both THC and CBD subscription options. Their design is also some of the finest I’ve seen in the business, laying geometric shapes over smooth matte black finishing for a brand aesthetic that’s classy and gender neutral. The traditional THC flower box is currently $300 for a 3 month VIP subscription that nets you the 4th month for free. The box is curated to your preferences and contains a variety of products (flower, edible, concentrates) from top cannabis brands like Seven10 Creations and Legion of Bloom.
They also offer a new CBD wellness box filled with goodies like Kush Queen bath bombs, Medicine Box chocolate and Papa & Barkley products. What more could you want out of life?
On the other end of the spectrum is the Doja box. Doja boxes are decidedly more “girly” in feel, showcasing a variety of colorful smoking accessories that remind me of groovy Lisa Frank pieces. It’s a playful psychedelic spin on the standard box that delights in using bright colors, shiny packaging and plenty of fun extras like face masks and skin care samples. You can opt for a basic Beta package ($15/mo) or have some real fun with the Alpha Box ($33.50/mo). Each Alpha box comes with a monthly featured product that can range from beauty products to “exclusive smoketique items.”
The Sensi Box subscription is unique in how it customizes each box based on your gender preferences. Like most models it offers two pricing tiers. The basic option, the SensiLight box, runs for $20 a month and features 5 items while the Original SensiBox will net you 7 items. Both boxes promise glass as well as smoking accessories. I’m a big fan of the February themed box for ladies containing a one hitter, small hand pipe, heart pendant and CBD lip balm, among other small items.
Lo and behold there’s now a monthly CBD subscription box you can get your mitts on…sort of. You’ll have to sign up for the wait list first, but from the looks of this box I’d say it’s well worth the wait. Each Gramsly box will cost you $55 per month and includes 3-4 CBD wellness products ranging from edibles to tinctures and topicals. Items vary from everyday products like capsules to specialized topicals and emerging CBD products. CBD lovers will delight in getting access to new CBD products that find their way into these boxes like OLEO’s CBD drink mixers.
Dubbed the world’s first luxury CBD subscription box, the premise behind Le C Boutique is simple. Each box contains a standard set of Le C’s premium CBD beauty products along with mystery items tailored to each box’s theme. There’s a fitness box and a “pet experience” box for dogs, even, but it’s with their Spa Experience box that this service really shines. It comes with all of their skin care products (Calm Balm, Healixer Drops, Unwinding Lotion and Re-leaf Roller) plus every spa element shy of the kitchen sink including an eye mask, chocolates and a bath bomb.