Scary books that can be paired with marijuana’s strains

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Halloween’s the perfect time to enjoy a book and a buzz

Halloween is here. This spooky holiday is always a favorite of ghouls and goblins, and is also the perfect opportunity to sit down with a spooky story. Certain marijuana strains go well with reading and can offer an elevated experience that provides better focus and productivity.

Stephen King’s “Carrie” goes well with Dirty Girl. Carrie was the novel that set King down the path of fright immortality and it continues to have the same effect on readers today as it did almost 45 years ago. The correlation between Dirty Girl and Carrie should be obvious.

“Practical Magic,” a book written by Alice Hoffman that follows two “witches” in Massachusetts, is perfectly paired with Ghost OG. The witches are sisters Sally and Gillian Owens, who are part of a family that has been branded as witches for more than 100 years. They’re haunted by their family’s past and the skeletons in the closet.

“Flowers in the Attic,” undoubtedly one of V.C. Andrews most well-known works, is an eerie tale about four children who are sent away to live with their grandmother after their father dies. They’re locked away in an attic and the true and gruesome story unfolds about their family’s history. White Widow is the perfect combination to this strange and twisted tale.

The prevailing stigma related to marijuana is that it is only good for getting “stoned” or “high.” However, this idea is slowly seeing a shift to one that more correctly identifies the positive attributes of the plant as having the ability to enhance a number of experiences, from reading to sex, and that can treat an endless list of medical ailments.