Cannabis Space Race. Yeah, It’s A Thing.

(Top) Marijuana plant. (Bottom) Earth from space.
(Top) Marijuana plant. Photo by Roberto Valdivia on Unsplash. (Bottom) Earth from space. Image provided by SPACE PICKS.

Just as Elon Musk announced his plans to launch marijuana into the cosmos, SPACE PICKS came out victorious in the cannabis space race, launching 20,000 mg of dope into outer space four weeks ahead of the tech mogul’s schedule. The company launched a High-Altitude Balloon (HAB) to the edge of space filled with 2,000 of their signature THC-infused toothpicks Wednesday (February 5th) morning from an undisclosed location somewhere in Oklahoma.

SPACE PICKS ignited a revolution in the cannabis industry, introducing an inconspicuous product made from ethically sourced, freshly harvested North American white birch wood that’s imbued with natural ingredients and flavors. The toothpicks are handmade, dosage-controlled disposable and biodegradable, boasting fast activation and the utmost level of discretion. With premium THC concentrates infused into each toothpick, quality and delivery remain unmatched at its size and efficiency.

According to SPACE PICKS Brainchild-in-Chief and Commander Chris Beauchamp, “A package or two of SPACE PICKS™ requires just about zero space in your suitcase. It’s the most discreet, effective and portable way to experience an amazing high anywhere. Great for long trips to space or short trips to your in-laws!”

Now that the batch of THC-infused toothpicks has made their safe return to Earth, they will be available to purchase along with the company’s other five flavors later this month.

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