Coloradans are taking full advantage of the new law that makes the recreational use of marijuana legal. They're finding unique ways to infuse the drug into every day items, like skin care products.
The Huffington Post reports that a skin care brand based in Colorado has come out with a new, pot-infused line called Apothecanna. You can buy just about anything, from lotions to lip balm and body sprays, all using cannabis seed oil.
The ingredient does more than make you feel high. The Huff says it also full of vitamins and anti-oxidants and easily absorbs into your skin.
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