I don’t know about you, but there is something wonderfully satisfying about cracking open a new magazine- exploring the articles, meandering through the pictures, scoffing at the ads. Personally, I prefer the weight of a printed version in my hand. It gives me something tangible to enjoy curled up on the couch on a lazy Sunday. The sound of the pages flipping is innately satisfying and the tactile engagement really pulls me into the articles. It’s the perfect Sunday Funday activity if you ask me. Given this old-fashioned obsession with printed reading material, it should come as no surprise that I would have to track down the most enjoyable cannabis magazines a stoner can find and share them with you all right here! Here are five cannabis magazines to satisfy your periodical obsession:

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Top 5 Cannabis Magazines

Of course, we had to start the list off with this classic publication! Whenyou think of weed magazines,

High Times has become the gold standard. In circulation since 1974, High Times has become synonymous with the cannabis counterculture
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With monthly publications featuring thBest tasting buds - high timese hottest and most pertinent trends in marijuana as well as intriguing interviews with some of the hottest names in cannabis, High Times definitely delivers the goods both consistently and innovatively. This month, High Times has brought us articles covering everything from home-based pot parties to the new Wonder Woman movie. For a monthly subscription, you can expect to shell out anywhere between $30 and $80 for a 1-3 year term.

DOPE Magazine came on the scene with their inaugural issue in 2011. DOPE Magazine is the periodical for the cannabis revolutionary, focusing on normalizing cannabis through education and awareness. However, DOPE is also tackling issues of gender, race, class, politics, family, and culture with their revamped approach for 2017! DOPE also offers regular reviews of cannabis products that will keep you in the know about all things cannabis in this burgeoning industry. This year DOPE has covered the three-year ban on 4/20 events in Denver and delivered a great piece on medical marijuana history in Sri Lanka. A 12-month subscription will cost you $45.00 and it’s worth every penny!

If you are looking for a magazine that features history, culture, news, politics, cultivation tips, and reviews that go beyond product to cover books and film as well, then Cannabis Now is the magazine for you. In fact, Cannabis Now provided an excellent review of “Highland: Thailand’s Marijuana Awakening,” a powerful documentary about weed in Thailand. Cannabis Now takes pride in providing responsible content and according to their site, focuses on the most relevant news, political happenings, cannabis legislation, horticulture advancements, social change, economic trends, and medical information. Cannabis Now is a bi-monthly publication and you can subscribe for an entire year for the low price of $24.00 right now!

It’s no secret that women are dominating tPush Magazinehe cannabis industry. So, it should come as no surprise that there is a cannabis magazine created entirely by women! PUSH is all about that cannabis lifestyle- sparkingdialogue that inspires and creates solutions. According to PUSH, their desire is to retain the revolutionary aspects of cannabis as it grows...to celebrate, encourage, and uplift those who reflect the wildly diverse world we live in.

With topics ranging from pop culture and health to drugs and sex, there is something for everyone here

Most recently, PUSH gave us articles such as this one celebrating JFK as a feminist and this beautiful piece about the Immersion 513 event.  A yearly subscription to this quarterly periodical is only $60.00 and the best part is that every volume is completely ad free!

For all of you irreverent stoners out there, SKUNK Magazine has got your covered. They are literally “stinkin it to the man.” SKUNK is all about rocking the boat and is not afraid to get gritty with their coverage of the cannabis world. SKUNK also offers forums, radio shows, and tv programming! From informative and educational articles, like this one covering some hard truths about cannabis testing, to this hard hitting piece about Jackie Woerlee, a cannabis activist, single mom, and medical patient, SKUNK offers a great variety of articles to engage readers of all interests. A yearly subscription will only run you $34.99 too! And there you have it, five amazing reads that you can have delivered to your door on a regular basis! You too can enjoy the weight of the paper, the sound of the pages flipping beneath your fingers, the feel of the glossy pages sliding under your touch, and the smell of words searing your senses hot off the presses. So, sit back, grab your favorite strain like, Super Lemon Haze, pack a bowl, and curl up for a day of relaxing reading enjoyment!