Your cannabis bag needs a lock. Here’s why
Is your cannabis stored safely? More parents are using products contains THC or CBD than ever before. But even if you don’t have a child, your pets or even your roommate could be “stealing from the cookie jar” so to speak.
While many states have cannabis products that come in childproof containers, these containers are hard to open, leading many consumers to smash or rip them open. This leaves the cannabis product unprotected if not consumed immediately.
Storing cannabis edibles without a lock means that your child or dog could eat an infused candy bar or breath mint and get very ill. But what are you supposed to do? It’s not like everyone has a safe handy that they can throw their cannabis into. And “stashboxes” that look like Pepsi cans or books with compartments to store your cannabis can be tacky or childish. Not to mention you can’t fit much in them.
There’s a better way to store your hemp or cannabis products, whether at home or on the go. I just discovered Rob Rodney cannabis storage bags. Made with real leather, these storage bags are lockable with a code that keeps intruding children, roommates, spouses and pets out. They are designed to be stylish and functional, and give off a high-end look that mesh or fabric-covered storage boxes lack.
The bags come in two sizes, but I love the larger one, especially because it contains four storage jars instead of two. The glass storage jars can fit everything from joints to gummies to candies to bud, and come with beautiful bamboo lids. I love how I can keep edibles I make at home fresh and secure in their own jars. I’m been making CBD gummies with apple cider vinegar to give my weight loss a boost, and they work perfectly with the storage jars.
Rob Rodney bags come with two magnetic pouches so they stick to the top of storage bag securely. There’s also a space to put your vaporizer or valuables in the locked bag, which is perfect if you’re headed to a festival or pubic event and worried about pickpockets.
These bags are TSA compliant, in case you are brave enough to fly with cannabis accessories like a Pax vaporizer. I’m not suggesting flying with cannabis in the bag, because interstate travel with cannabis is still pretty illegal. One day soon I can’t wait to travel EVERYWHERE with my brown leather Rodney bag. It’s gorgeous – as beautiful as a purse. I’m proud to tote mine everywhere.
Finally, I’m going to get my cannabis life as organized as my business calendar. I see a beautiful day where my cannabis chocolates are no longer melted because they were thrown in my makeup bag sitting out in the sun. Yes, all my cannabis products will now be tidy in their cute little containers, in a stylish bag. Life is good.
Michele Ross, PhD is a neuroscientist and author of Vitamin Weed. She consults patients around the world on using cannabis for emotional and physical pain and teaches on cannabis and motherhood. You can book an appointment with her here: www.drmicheleross.com.
A note from Rob Rodney founder, Mark Frahm
Rob Rodney is one of many brands that believe in responsible cannabis use. We feel that using cannabis intelligently can erase stigma, making it a valuable part of our society. We love our bag, and hope you do too. But there are other great products out there to keep your cannabis safe and organized. Whether you choose Rob Rodney or not, we hope you find a bag that suits you and your cannabis style. These are two of our favorites: