CBD Gift Guide
The Essential Kitchen Toke Guide to All Gifts CBD
To make the goodies, you’ve got to have the goods. Tried, tested and testified to by Team Kitchen Toke, these CBD edibles do double duty: easing gift-giving stress for you and the lucky recipient.
A drop of Lily CBD 1,000 mg tincture ($175) into a cocktail spikes the chill factor in this CBD Infused Grapefruit Cocktail, just like the Ruby CBD Sugar by Gemstone ($2.99-$79.99) in these Chocolate Orange Espresso Sandwich Cookies.
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That fiercely unflappable colleague has a secret weapon. It’s call CBD. Stock the office pantry with protein-packed Wise Bars ($19.99-$59.99)—the Peanut Butter & Jam bar is like lunch but better—and anti-oxidant-rich Calivolve Dark Chocolate Cherry Truffles helps power through an end-of the-day lull ($30).
Glamour gods and skin sorcerers are already keen to the redness-relinquishing powers of CBD. Now you and yours can be, too. Try Gemstone’s Amber 06. CBD Infused Face Mask ($15.99) and Dazey CBD Sugar Body Scrub ($40) for a fresh look. Go with uber-luxey Amber 01. CBD Infused Body Oil ($49.99), and utterly-lusty Kiskanu CBD Intimacy Oil ($40).
Do not forget about the lips, especially in the dry, harsh months ahead. Exfoliate regularly with a purchased lip scrub, or make your own. Kitchen Toke’s lip scrub Kitchen Toke’s lip scrub recipe uses an infused oil to counteract the inflammation that sometimes accompanies exfoliation.
Load up with the basics. Keep Defynt’s CBD Skin Serum from Kush Queen ($89.99) under lock and key. It’ll be your new BFF—who never wants you to age.
One drop of Calmly CBD 1000 mg Tincture ($59.99) in the morning smoothie sets a smooth tone. At day’s end, Plant People CBD Drops + Sleep ($79-$139) tuck you in for a healthy eight-square. Pin CBD Gum ($19.95-$99.95) lives in the car; chomp a piece on the drive to your next pitch meeting.
If the t-shirt and jeans are the everyday outfit, consider this Pro-grass, Pro-gress t-shirt ($36.50) “everyday extra.”