The perfect tool kit for discreet tokers
If you’re not a fan of making the fact you use cannabis obvious than you’re one of many consumers who could greatly benefit from a “my boss will never know I smoked weed on my lunch break” kit. Of course, you don’t have to be stoned at work to get some good use out of it because the tools in this bundle will work to eliminate any visible signs of a high regardless of where you might be. When you’re away from home and keen on keeping your habit on the down-low, there’s nothing better than a kit that includes these five essential products.
1. Hand sanitizer
One of the last things most stoners think of is to get rid of the smell that’s on their hands, which is kind of weird, seeing as we spend so long holding a joint, bong, or pipe in between our fingers. Your hands might look clean but if you just got high, then chances are pretty good that they’ve absorbed some of the pungent aromas, and the best way to do that is by washing your hands. Unfortunately, we don’t always have running water and soap on the go, and that’s why we highly recommend adding hand sanitizer to your travel weed kit.
2. Eye drops
If you conjure up an image of a stereotypical toker in your mind, one of the biggest characteristic that is likely to stand out is a giant, glossy pair of red eyes, and this isn’t a myth. Cannabis really can turn your eyes into a glassy, bloodshot-looking mess that makes it really obvious to watchful eyes that you might be high. This is why we suggest adding some good old-fashioned eye drops to the box. As many teens can attest, it’s a popular way to hide a buzz because it’s incredibly effective, nearly instant, convenient, and relatively affordable.
3. Mints or gum
Whether you’re taking a shot in tincture, popping a few edibles, or inhaling a delicious blunt, one thing is always the same, and it’s the fact that it travels through your mouth and down your throat, which is enough to cement the smell of cannabis into every breath you take for quite a while after. Luckily, this is really easy to remedy, and depending on your preference, there are a few choices to pick from including mints, gum, mouthwash, or spray. As long as you've got one of them handy, you’ll never have weed breath again!
4. Lip balm
This one is for all the smokers out there who puff away on hot smoke that slowly takes a toll on the lips, leaving them feeling dry, chapped, and in the winter cracked, which is all noticeable and uncomfortable. If you want to avoid chapped lips and add some much-needed moisture to your smile, the best solution is lip balm. Spring for cherry for a sweet flavour or opt for a mint variety that will make your mouth tingle, and you’ll be ever so glad that you did.
5. Febreze, cologne or perfume
For experienced enthusiasts, it isn’t hard to act like they’re not high, but no matter how hard you try, without tools at your disposal, it’ll be impossible to mask the smell that will almost certainly cling to every fibre in your clothes. Though it’s best not to overdo it, as drenching yourself in smelly perfume is another giveaway we’d like to avoid, a few squirts of it, cologne, or even Febreze can work well to mask the scent.