Walmart Stopped Selling Its Marijuana Christmas Tree, Ending a Great Holiday Tradition

Earlier this week we told you about Walmart selling a "Marijuana Leaf Christmas Tree." While the tree looked cool and could be a great gift for stoners, it also cost $250, which is a lot for what is basically a gag gift.

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Unfortunately, even if you were willing to shell out the $250, that is no longer an option. Walmart has pulled the Marijuana Leaf Christmas Tree from its website, meaning you'll have to stick with boring old pine trees this December. Walmart did not make any statement about the reason behind the removal of the tree, although it could possibly be due to poor ad copy. The description for the product read as the following:

This Pot Leaf Christmas tree will ‘light up’ the room and put your mind in the right head-space for holiday cheer. You’ll be able to relax and giggle at the marijuana leaves and decorate it as you please. This alternative Christmas tree is perfect for personal top shelf life at home or as a medical dispensary decoration. Green Wishes and Happy Holidhaze!

Yeah, that's pretty lame. 

But Walmart isn't completely giving up on the stoner market. They're still selling marijuana cookie cutters, ornaments and coloring books on their website. So you can take that $250 and buy a ton of those instead.

Or you could use that money three ounces of actual marijuana in Oregon. That's probably the better option.

(h/t Miami Herald)


On Flatbush Avenue, tucked amidst the nexus of four iconic Brooklyn neighborhoods (Park Slope, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, and Prospect Heights), medical cannabis company Citiva opened up their newest location at the turn of the new year. Walking through the shiny glass door, you’re first struck by the sleek tidiness of the front lobby. Both the dispensary's resident pharmacist and receptionist greet visitors as they clear patients (as does any medical dispensary in the country) before allowing them through to the retail room.

Can we see some ID please?

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