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Finally, You Can Get Stoned In the Shower

As Nature Intended

By Hadley Tomicki ·
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Between vape pens and edibles, there’s practically no place left where you cannot get high. Except the shower. Sure, you can smoke a joint in the bath, but the whole raining water thing tends to put a damper on doobies en la douche. 

Fortunately, none of us have to suffer this bullshit any longer. A company named Kush Queen is solving these woes with THC-infused bath products that guarantee you’ll get irie regardless of the conditions.

When you’re dirty and your THC-levels are dropping fast, you’ll want the product called Soaked. It’s a citrusy liquid body soap containing 80mg of THC and 80mg of CBD, along with organic aloe vera and B5 pro-vitamins.

To activate its psychoactive properties, one must turn off the shower for a minute, lather up completely and let the soap sink in for 30 seconds, before rinsing it all off. Initial tests found us not feeling as high as we would have liked, likely due to the small doses of cannabinoids and our large body mass, but we can’t deny we were squeaky clean.

For the tub-devotee, the company also makes the Lit Kit, a Valentine’s Day-ready box containing the company’s THC-and-CBD-infused bath bomb, a single joint packed with Urbols Skywalker OG and a 25mg heart-shaped chocolate. For the amorous, the Lit Kit for Love, made in collaboration with Molly Peckler of cannabis matchmaker Highly Devoted, contains a joint and a bath bomb, only with the addition of a cannabis-infused lube.

And like that, history is made. The final frontier of openly getting high now busted open, one need never consider a scenario in which they’re not getting stoned-er every second.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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