Hot on the Market

A look at a few new cannabis products worth trying

One of the joys of shopping for cannabis products: There continues to be countless new items for sale, many from companies who've just hopped into the market. From flowers to edibles to devices, it seems there's always something new when you pop into a shop.

A recent stop at Spokane's Green Star Cannabis gave us a look at a number of new-to-the-market items. Here are three of the items we checked out:

Made Right Survival Kit ($40)

You might not think of cannabis as something you'd gift to a friend or family member, but that's probably because you haven't seen the Survival Kit from Spokane-based producer and processor Made Right. For $40, you get a gram of flower, half a gram of oil, a pair of 10-milligram edible candies and a pre-rolled joint. You can wrap this up and give it to either an accomplished smoker or someone who wants to try a few different ways to get high, and either way you're in good shape.

Crystal Clear Disposable Vape Pen ($45)

You probably think about a marijuana vape pen as a high-end item that you're going to drop some serious coin on, then hope you don't break or lose it. Well, welcome to the world of disposable vape pens. You may have heard of a similar product called JUJU Joints, but our Green Star budtender says the new Crystal Clear pen is much more reliable. Filled with 96 percent THC, the pen will last until you've gone through the 500 milligrams that come with it. It's perfect for tourists who don't want to bring (or take home) a reusable pen.

Magic Kitchen's Marmas ($36)

We were told that one needs to be careful with these edible candies (10 per package) from Northwest Cannabis Solutions' Magic Kitchen brand. It's not that the candies — which come in a number of flavors, including lemon and raspberry — are ultra-strong (they're 10 milligrams apiece), but rather, that these Sour Patch Kid-esque treats are so tasty that you might overindulge.♦

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Mike Bookey

Mike Bookey is the culture editor for The Inlander. He previously held the same position at The Source Weekly in Bend, Ore.