4 New Hot Pot Products to Know About

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

1. Stay Grinding

$25, pocket size; $20, party size

The original Sweetleaf Grinder debuted at our Amsterdam Cannabis Cup in 2000 and immediately changed the way people break up their buds. It took home the award for Best Product three years in a row, but a slew of knockoffs soon followed. Even so, the Sweetleaf Grinder still reigns supreme due to its affordability, durability and ease of use: simply place your flowers into the smaller end, twist a few times and you’re ready to roll.

2. Nutrient-Rich

$25.99, qt; $43.99, gal; $94.99 2.5 gal; $139.99, 5 gal
organicgem.com or countrygemorganics.com

Fish have been used as fertilizer for centuries by farmers looking for strong yet all-natural ways to feed their crops. The liquid fish fertilizer from Organic Gem is a low-odor, OMRI-listed way to boost growth organically throughout every stage of your plants’ life. Rich in macronutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus as well as micronutrients and trace minerals, this plant food promotes increased yields and vigorous essential-oil production.

3. Get Tubular

Prices vary

Ever dream of carrying a 10-foot bong or hookah in your backpack? With Transformer Tubes, you can build your own smoking apparatus in any configuration you’d like. The pieces are made from durable, BPA-free polycarbonate, yet each component features a glass bowl and down-stem for hits or dabs with full flavor. You can break down the lightweight Transformer Tubes in seconds, and cleaning them is a breeze.

 4. EZ Does It


Toking on the go can be a complicated process. Not so with the incredibly affordable EZ Pipe from the Kind Pen. It’s a discreet and windproof piece that’s virtually smokeless, and it comes with a built-in lighter compartment, a pop-up mouthpiece and a poker as well—and all this for under 10 bucks, making it perfect for camping or hiking and practically disposable, if necessary.

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