Have a Happy Cannabis Christmas

As Santa and all of his marijuana propelled elves are sure to attest, Christmas goes better with cannabis. Celebrating Christmas with cannabis is as easy as leaving a plate of cannabis Christmas treats next to the fireplace before going to bed on canna-Christmas Eve. You’re all set to jump up from bed on canna-Christmas morning and snatch those medical marijuana Christmas delicacies from the chimney ashes. If you’ve been a good boy and/or girl, you may find that Santa has left an elves’ sampler of cannabis Christmas gifts under the tree for you.

Celebrating Christmas with cannabis also works if you’re one of the Santa denial people. Xmas with weed ensures that Santa’s nonbelievers will have a yuletide holiday experience touched with the wonder, conviviality, and wellbeing that have come to be associated with medical marijuana products. A medical marijuana Christmas is better than a Christmas without medical cannabis in the same way that any other special day is upgraded through judicious application of therapeutic cannabis products.

For many adults, the Christmas holiday is a span of trapdoor days fraught with suspended regrets lurking all the way back to childhood disappointments. In short, the commonly experienced holiday malaise is a compelling invitation to adopt a cannabis Christmas tradition.

The cannabis Christmas club recognizes that holiday anxiety and yuletide ennui affect everyone differently, and some revelers not at all.

Cannabis Products Ideal For Christmas

For those hale carolers well met whose Christmas cheer has never skidded on a slippery slope and landed them ass up on an icy emotional sidewalk, THC heavy reindeer gummies are an ideal way to enhance seasons greetings with weed. Cannabis edibles leave no telltale odor to cause a speculative buzz among curious coworkers at the otherwise drab company holiday party.

A tetrahydrocannabinol tinged cannabis lollipop is the perfect prop for leaning across the backyard fence and exchanging seasonal neighborhood gossip with the smoker shaming Grinch living next door. Lastly, the enduring psychoactive benefits of cannabis candies and baked goods eliminate the need to slink off from disapproving Grandma and your sister’s too-curious kids at the festive family dinner to renew your therapeutic dosage with a one-hitter out behind the trash bins, where you’ll be subjected to your next door Grinch’s clandestine cigarette smoke.

Anxiety prone Christmas celebrants who in an excess of caution choose to avoid the potentially nerve jangling effects of cannabis products containing THC may find prudent relief by adopting an isolate CBD Christmas strategy. The gentle soothing calm commonly experienced upon ingesting therapeutic CBD products is an ideal antidote to the seasonally anxious Christmas participant who wants to prudently join in the canna-Christmas glow.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are only two of the marijuana plant’s 100-plus identified terpenes that will make you glad in 100 ways to be celebrating Christmas with cannabis. The miracle cannabis plant is truly a gift that keeps on giving in a multitude of ways through the entire 12 days of canna-Christmas.

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Cannabis as Gifts at Christmas

There’s a strong argument to be made that the enhanced cheer of Xmas with weed qualifies the marijuana bush as the true tree of medical cannabis Christmas. Picture the cannabis Christmas gifts wrapped with love beneath the cannabis Christmas tree.

Some of the festive packages will contain medical cannabis products. Others of these canna-Christmas ribbons and wrapping paper will open to reveal high style cannabis accessories essential and luxurious for the cannabis consumer with taste. Yet more cannabis Christmas gifts will be duds. Still, because the canna-Christmas celebrant receiving the gift has prudently and judiciously opted for a therapeutic cannabis upgrade to the holiday mental state, the recipient will never let on that this packet of weed socks will join the half dozen pair of never worn identical marijuana leaf socks at the rear of the negligee drawer back home.

Enjoy Christmas with Cannabis

Historically, fear of solitary Christmas disappointment or forced seasonal socializing has been treated with rashly increased alcohol consumption. It takes little more than a becalmed CBD Christmas perspective to see the sure, staggering course to Xmas disaster set in play by the forced jollity of a booze swilling holiday killjoy. The suggestion of using cannabis instead of alcohol this Christmas will be met with a hearty affirmative by any adult child of an imbibed parent who at one time in the past while happily tipsy or belligerent upended the family Christmas tree and speared it from living room to kitchen. All the pitfalls of overzealous alcohol consumption derailing a day of cherished hopes and expectations can be avoided by substituting cannabis over alcohol this Christmas.

Even more importantly, all the joy and companionability and goodwill toward mankind that this seasonal pause for reflection and gratitude represents arrives as a natural gift freely bestowed upon all Santa’s multitudes, in this difficult and isolated year particularly, when they meld together in person or in spirit to celebrate Christmas with cannabis.

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Written by
Allan MacDonell
Allan MacDonell

Allan MacDonell’s work has been featured in publications ranging from Dazed and Confused UK to the New York Times and Washington Post. He is the author of Prisoner of X, Punk Elegies and Now That I Am Gone, and was a founding editorial director at online outlets including Buzznet, TakePart and Kindland. MacDonell views teaming with Leafwell as an opportunity to encourage the emerging role of legal cannabis as a highly effective medical treatment.

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