22Red, the cannabis company founded by System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian, recently premiered its line of small nug cannabis flower known as "Smalls."

Ho-ho-how's it growing folks?! Welcome to the first Here Weed Go! holiday gift guide.

You may have seen the first edition of this that came out the week after MJBizCon. This is an updated list, with even more gift ideas!

I've decided to make a running list over the next 25 days of some of the best cannabis and cannabis-related products out on the market.

From rolling trays to pre-rolls, this guide isn't necessarily meant to be exhaustive or the definitive holiday gift guide. But it is chock-full of some of the best products I've either tried or am going to get for the other stoners in my life.

So, if you have anything you've tried this year that you'd like to recommend to me and the rest of the Here Weed Go! community, let me know and I'll get it on here!

Stoner Books

Dive into a visual journey of cannabis culture with "HIGHER: The Lore, Legends, and Legacy of Cannabis," the latest masterpiece by acclaimed author Dan Michaels.

Perfect for enthusiasts and novices alike, this captivating book features over a decade of research and stunning imagery. Explore the rich history of weed through 100 visually striking portraits of popular strains, expertly captured by renowned photographer Erik Christiansen, hailed as the LeBron James of weed photography by LA Weekly.

You can also listen to an episode of Here Weed Go! below from earlier this year featuring Christiansen talking about his method and approach for photographing some of the finest buds on Earth.

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Elevate your holiday season with this must-have on your coffee table.

22Red Smalls

22Red Cannabis, the lifestyle brand founded by Shavo Odadjian of System of a Down, expanded its brand in Arizona around Halloween.

For the first time, the brand offers "Smalls," which are smaller nuggets of their cult classic strains in half-ounce bags, cut from the same plants as their large "Kolas."

Despite their smaller size, these buds maintain the quality associated with 22Red flower, preserving the effects and flavors of the larger buds.

The initial launch included four strains: BCC x Jealousy (hybrid), Hippie Crasher (indica hybrid, my favorite), grape stomper (sativa hybrid), and ZK (Zkittlez Kush) (indica hybrid).

Each strain offers a unique experience from carefully nurtured indoor-grown plants.

Naughty & Nice Jeeter Bells

The exclusive holiday collection features two strains of infused baby Jeeters, offered together in a festive packaging or separately as limited edition holiday strains.

Jeeter, the cannabis lifestyle company, is set to unveil its limited-edition Collection Jeeter Bells Naughty & Nice, in a commemorative holiday ornament pack.

Available in dispensaries beginning December 9, the exclusive holiday collection features two strains of infused baby Jeeters, offered together in a festive packaging or separately as limited edition holiday strains.

The Naughty strain boasts a creamy and sweet sativa profile, while Nice, an enticing indica, combines berry, citrus, and tropical sweetness.

A limited quantity of Naughty & Nice babies in a keepsake Jeeter Bell ornament will be available for $60 at dispensaries in California, Arizona, and Michigan.

Edibles containing Azuca's TiME INFUSION 

For those stoners looking for a tatier, faster-acting edible, Azuca's fast-acting edibles contianing its proprietary TiME INFUSION make great holiday treats.

Boasting a 5-to-15 minute onset time, these products deliver Delta-9 THC — which is linked to a light, euphoric high resembling smoking, not the often-dreaded "couch lock" of 11-Hydroxy-THC edibles.

Socially consumable both cannabis enthusiasts and newcomers, Azuca's TiME INFUSION® spans over 100 SKUs in 20+ states.

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Eddie Celaya is a breaking news reporter and host of the "Here Weed Go!" podcast. He graduated from Pima Community College and the University of Arizona and has been with the Arizona Daily Star since May 2019.