December is rapidly approaching, bringing the holiday season in full swing. There are a ton of holidays and festivals being celebrated. Depending on your cultural and religious background, you might celebrate Yule, the Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas—the list goes on. Hanukkah starts on Dec. 2, and for many, this is the first year cannabis can legally be incorporated into the festivities. But what would this look like, beyond getting lit during the Festival of Lights?
If you’re hosting Hanukkah this year, here are some ideas to make your celebration cannabis-inclusive. L’Chaim!
Hanukkah isn’t “Jewish Christmas”
If you’re not familiar with Hanukkah or its origins, here’s the SparkNotes version:
Hanukkah, sometimes spelled Chanukah and also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day holiday commemorating the victory of the Jewish fighting force, the Maccabees, over Syrian-Greek occupation. Under threat of death, the oppressors waged a campaign to…
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