5 Herb-Friendly Valentine's Day Ideas

Herb is a proven way to bond with your sweetheart.

Have you told your sweetheart you love them lately?

Before you cringe, remember that experts say the best Valentine's Day gifts show you care. Listening to what your loved one needs and providing them with it forges a loyal and steadfast bond.

If your special someone loves herb, they’ll appreciate an exciting new way to enjoy its benefits with you. Here are 5 ideas for winning over the herb-lover in your life all over again.

P.S. We are offering 20% off sitewide in celebration of Valentine’s Day, so now is a great time to find the gift to warm your special someone's heart.


Gifting your sweetheart with a better way to get high is a great way of showing you care. A vaporizer is just that. The hits are cleaner and more discreet. You can carry the device in your pocket. And vapor carries far more cannabinoids than smoke, delivering a more potent hit. On top of that, vaporizers are very shareable, making it easy to bond over some bud with your boo. Not in a concentrate centric relationship? Check out the essential oil diffuers from MONQ and cultivate your date vibe to whatever you'd like it to be. 

If you're looking for ideas, the apple of your eye is sure to gush over the KandyPens RUBI (featured in the above video). It's a teeny little powerhouse with sex written all over it. The hits are smooth as silk thanks to a ceramic coil wrapped in Japanese cotton. And your crush can fill the RUBI with any of their favorite concentrate oils or eliquids.

KandyPens Rubi in Seductive Red

If you’re looking to rock someone’s world without rocking your wallet, we have a trove of other vaporizers on sale for Valentine’s Day, most of them available for half off. You can choose from portables, pens, desktop vaporizers, and more--so you can find the perfect vape for the love of your life. 


Cannabis Bouquet's put a new spin on the age-old tradition.

This herb-friendly take on a gesture as old as time is both classy and risque. You can use your valentine’s favorite strain, and throw in some pretty dry herbs for good measure. The best part is, it won’t wilt. Oh, and you can smoke it!


If you’re in Los Angeles, Lowell Farms makes custom canna-bouquets. These beautiful bunches of bud are handcrafted using locally grown, organic, and pesticide-free dry herb taken from their farm.

Originally, Lowell Farms introduced these gifts that keep on giving as a Valentine’s Day promotion, but they're now considering offering them all year round--just in case you want to do something special more than once a year. 

Gourmet Edibles

The way to an herb-lover's heart is through their stomach.

If the way to your darling’s heart really is through their stomach, a gourmet edible is one of the sweetest gifts you can give them.

If you want to tie on an apron and show you care, the Magical Butter Machine makes herbal-infused baking infinitely easier and less time consuming. For ideas, Leafly has left delectable Valentine’s Day edible recipes at your disposal.

If you’re not exactly Wolfgang Puck in the kitchen, there are plenty of ready-made gourmet edibles out there that will put a smile on your valentine’s face. Merry Jane, for instance, curated a list of herb-infused Valentine’s Day treats. From savory raw cacao to Snoop Dogg’s deliciously relaxing chocolate bars, there are plenty of mouthwatering gifts to present to your one and only. 


The flickering light of a candle in a dimly lit room isn’t just a romantic cliche. It has profound psychological effects that can really set the mood on Valentine’s night.

When you dim the lights and burn a candle, it doesn’t just make the room look more seductive. It actually sends your brain a signal saying it’s time to chill out. It’s all part of our circadian rhythm, the internal clock that makes us sleepy or awake at certain times of day. Low light happens to tell our brain to relax and ease up a bit, which is why candles have played such an iconic role in romantic situations.

Herbal-Infused candles fill the room with calm.

If you’re going with the bed-of-roses approach this Valentine’s Day, a candle made with essential herb oil is a poignant touch. Kushed Candles have aromatic herb-infused essential oil infused into their creamy soy-wax blend. You can turn down the lights and turn up the romance.

Massage Oils

Rubbing down your partner with some medicated oil is a great way to bond, relax, and celebrate Valentine’s in a sensual way.

Unsurprisingly, those massaged by herb-infused oil actually feel greater relaxation and pain relief than they do with normal oils. That’s because our skin cells have cannabinoid receptors that bind with cannabinoids when concentrates are applied topically.

A variety of medicated oils are available, but some stand out as particularly sultry. Soothing Sue’s line of medicated total body oil is topical, edible, and can even be used in the bathtub if you want to share a soak. Mary Jane’s Medicinals offer a “ganjassage” experience with a smooth texture made up of an intoxicating blend of dry herb, grape seed, avocado, jojoba, sweet almond, peppermint, lavender, and cedar oil. 

Whatever you give your Valentine this year, remember that gifts that show you listen, care for and appreciate your partner are the most romantic. 

Thomas Gregorich
VaporNation Content Writer

Thomas Gregorich is a writer at The VaporNation Blog, a Los Angeles-based online publication focused on providing balanced and trustworthy information about vaporizers. His blogs are visited by an average of 60,000 readers each month. His goal? To help build awareness about the true benefits and downsides of vaping.

As a vaporizer critic for the past two years, Thomas does not recommend that people take up vaping if they don't already smoke. He also does not claim that vaping is healthier than smoking. He does, however, provide information on how to choose and use vaporizers for those who already practice smoking or vaping.

Thomas bought his first vaporizer after looking for an alternative to smoking, a practice which he found to be odorous and wasteful. Since then, he's become an enthusiast, reviewing the most popular devices to provide readers with a balanced perspective. His aim is to offer responsible advice and information that ensures the continued happiness, health, and safety of his readers.

Thomas graduated from University of Massachusetts, Amherst and lives with his family in the Los Angeles region. You can read his articles on High Times, Chicagoist, Leafly, Westword, Leaf Science, Green Rush Daily, Ganjapreneur, and more.

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