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Baked & Boujee: Snoop Dogg & 2 Chainz's Consultant Talks Priciest Pot

Jonathon Kambouris


Los Angeles-based consultant to 2 Chainz and Snoop Dogg -- who goes by Dr. Dina -- gives the lowdown on the priciest products to get high.

?Motörhead Kush
$60/five cigarettes
Baby Bash and Berner partnered with California’s Finest to produce their own line of marijuana cigarettes, and it’s the company’s Motörhead Kush that steals the spotlight, says Dina. An indica hybrid made in partnership with the English rock group, it is intended to relieve stress as well as assist with graver illnesses like Parkinson’s disease.

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Motörhead Kush

$65/one-eighth oz.
Dina, who is believed to be the basis for Showtime’s Weeds, says Zkittlez has the heftiest price tag. “It tastes like the candy Skittles -- it’s unbelievable,” she notes of the indica-dominant hybrid, which won High Times’ San Francisco Cannabis Cup 1st Place Indica in 2015 and has found fans in rappers Styles P and Taylor Gang’s Berner.

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Cuban Grower Kimbo Kush
“That’s really where people are spending their money now,” explains Dina of hashish, a highly potent resin extract from marijuana plants, typically rolled with weed. She sells 900 types of hash and points to Kimbo Kush -- a dry sift made by sieving the marijuana plant through mesh screens -- as one of the most expensive.

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Cuban Grower Kimbo Kush

Guild Extracts’ THCa Crystalline
$100/half gram
An extremely concentrated product resembling rock candy, THCa Crystalline is one of many items that experimentalists Guild Extracts cook up in the lab. In addition to its CBD Distillate, THCa holds its own as one of the purest isolates on the market, testing at 99 percent potency and consumed either orally or by dab.

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Guild Extracts’ THCa Crystalline

Smokeable Art By Tony Greenhand
?Toking in style takes on new meaning with made-to-order joints that cost thousands. Says Dina: “It’s almost like papier-mâiché, but they can create any object.” Fans of the smokeable art craze include rap duo The Underachievers, who recently sparked up an oversized blunt in the shape of Prince’s symbol while on tour.

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Smokeable Art By Tony Greenhand
Jonathon Kambouris

This article originally appeared in the Jan. 28 issue of Billboard.

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