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    Imported from the US, these three magazines shine a spotlight on emerging cannabis culture. Each title takes its own specific approach to the subject – scroll through the images above for a quick look at the magazines and read on for more specific information. And if you buy them all together you’ll save 25% on the combined price.

     

    Broccoli issue 5

    RRP $8.99 | 88 pages | Published in Portland

     

    Created by women who love weed, Broccoli is a magazine presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture. Playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful, it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis. This issue includes stories on Jarina De Marco, the musician turning the protest song into the protest bop, the surreal genius of Leonora Carrington and Gilded Lilies: Sophie Parker’s digitally printed florals.

     

    Gossamer issue 3

    RRP $20 | 144 pages | Published in New York

     

    Gossamer looks at the world — travel, design, art, culture, and food — through a green lens. Telling stories that “channel the mindset of someone having their best high”, it aims to pique your curiosity, make you laugh, change your perspective, or just give you something to do on a slow, stoned Sunday. Volume Three — the “Night” issue — explores all the different definitions of Night, from literal to abstract.

     

    Kitchen Toke volume 3 issue 1

    RRP $14.95 | 96 pages | Published in Chicago

     

    Kitchen Toke is a food magazine teaching its readers how to cook with cannabis “for health and wellness”. The magazine covers cooking seasonally with cannabis, as well as entertaining, and profiles on the chefs and individuals using cannabis as a health food. The latest issue tests out CBD waters, reviews the anatomy of a cannabis plant and offers recipes including a delicious infused fruit leather.

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