Genius Vessel: Hand Blown Glass Wearable Cannabis Stash Containers 

By Cheri Sicard
August 12, 2020

The Genius Vessel is a fun little gift item that stores your cannabis stash in a stylish, portable, artisan glass vessel. 

A collaboration between the folks who brought you the Genius Pipe and glass artist Chris Patyk, each little glass vessel is a unique piece of wearable, functional art.

I love the Genius Pipe, and you can preload it before taking it out, but it only holds 3-4 hits.  The Genius Vessel is a perfect accessory to take along that enables lots more seshes.  Of course, you don’t have to use a Genius Pipe to use one of these nifty little weed holders.

According to the folks at Genius, this is a limited edition product, so get yours now.  They make terrific gifts for cannabis lovers and even for yourself.

Get 10% off any order from Genius, including the glass vessels, the Genius Pipe, the Genius Odor Eliminator Spray, and the Geniuswear Odor-Proof, Waterproof Backpack by using the coupon code Cheri10 at checkout.

Hand blown glass cannabis stash vessels by Genius

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About the author

Cheri Sicard is the author of Mary Jane: The Complete Marijuana Handbook for Women, and The Easy Cannabis Cookbook.  Her online courses at Cannademy.com have educated 1000s of students about marijuana, cannabis cooking for home cooks, and making infused topicals.

Mitch Mandell started growing cannabis as a teenager after he and a friend built a small greenhouse. He's been cultivating cannabis ever since. Mitch has grown indoors and outdoors, hydroponically and in soil. He's done extensive experiments using both organic and chemical fertilizers, as well as no fertilizer at all (he doesn't recommend this). We are thrilled to add Mitch's decades of cultivation experience to cannabischeri.com.

Mitch Mandell started growing cannabis as a teenager after he and a friend built a small greenhouse. He's been cultivating cannabis ever since. Mitch has grown indoors and outdoors, hydroponically and in soil. He's done extensive experiments using both organic and chemical fertilizers, as well as no fertilizer at all (he doesn't recommend this). We are thrilled to add Mitch's decades of cultivation experience to cannabischeri.com.

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