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Since recreational use of marijuana became legal a year ago, a pot tourism business has emerged, taking visitors behind the scenes of California’s estimated $7-billion cannabis industry.

With four dinners already under its belt, Eat Sacrilicious is embarking on its fifth cannabis dinner on Friday and its largest one to date.

San Francisco is already known for its lively bar scene and now it has some new competition. Cannabis dispensaries are opening pot lounges, where people can buy weed and smoke it, too.

These are the simplest ways to incorporate the plant for which you’re most thankful.

From aphrodisiac vape pens to dishwasher-safe bongs, here’s some picks for the best weed-friendly gifts for the holidays.

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