4 Hot Pot Products: July 2017

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Here’s a look at what’s new on the market for cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs.

1. Plant Smart

Prices vary

Growing in fabric containers provides more oxygen for roots and better drainage to discourage root-rot. The best on the market these days are the original Smart Pots—BPA-free grow bags that come in many sizes. They’re durable, reusable and stay cooler than plastic containers, which can spell the difference between life and death in the full summer sun. Roots are air-pruned instead of circling the pot—and plants just love them!

2. Toke to the Future

$99.99, or $124.99 with ceramic nail

First introduced in the 1970s, these classic bongs still deliver the goods. The Original Toker II is made from lab-grade Class A borosilicate glass and features a flat bottom as well as added improvements. The bongs have always been easy to clean, and a new adapter allows you to use a slide or quartz banger for dabbing hash oil. Get 10 percent off and free shipping using the coupon code toker2fan.

3. Tent City

Prices vary

Looking to grow without spending much dough? Try Mars Hydro Grow Tents! They’re reflective, lightproof, waterproof, and can be assembled by one person. Each tent features a tray liner, heavy-duty zipper, and steel-tube frame and light hanger, along with built-in vents for exhaust and intake to make ventilation easy (unlike with closet grows). And with prices starting at $77.99, they’re an easy and affordable way to get growing.

4. Vital Vines

$1.95, small; $4.95, large; $14.95, king-size; $32.95, supreme-size

If you wish to truly savor the flavor of the essential oils and terpenes in your connoisseur-grade cannabis, you can’t taint the essence with butane from lighters or the sulfur on matches. From Hawaii, I-tal Hemp Wicks provide a clean, pure flame using ultra-refined beeswax and raw hemp twine with no chemical treatments. Get a free sample from their website and taste the difference.

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