420 – Ours to Keep

The name “420” has become synonymous with the cannabis lifestyle and a celebration that occurs every April In many parts of the world, it’s a day when people come together to get high and enjoy cannabis infused foods, drinks and music. But the origins of this cherished date are so complex that it can be challenging to figure out where it came from and what it means.

Originally, the term 420 was a code that five high school students in San Rafael California, used to refer to their daily meeting at 4:20 pm. They called themselves the Waldos and met at a wall outside their school to discuss weed.

They had heard about an abandoned marijuana crop based on a treasure map, and they decided to search it out. They drew a map, found their meeting time, which just so happened to be 4:20, and planned to go to the Louis Pasteur statue on campus to start their search.

Their plan was to light a joint at the Louis Pasteur statue and then drive around the area in their car looking for the plot. They didn’t find the plant they were looking for, but they did make a plan to meet again at 4:20 pm and light a joint again, which became the basis for 420.

They later passed on this code to their friends, who also began saying the word 420. Eventually, the term spread throughout California, and it was also adopted by Grateful Dead fans, who started to use the phrase as well 420 has become a part of the language of cannabis culture and there is no end in sight!


3 Infused Tequila Cocktails

by Anna Ervin & Dondi Cobb | Two Twisted Girls Cinco de Mayo is widely observed in the US as a way to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage. In the spirit of the holiday, as well as the quickly approaching warm weather, I thought we’d share three of our family’s favorite tequila cocktails, the Paloma, Tequila Sunrise, and a classic Margarita… with a twist. Pick one of the three different methods of infusion that we’ve used, or if you’re brave, use all three! Either way, you can’t go wrong with these highly medicated sweet drinks. For a virgin option, use sparkling water or a non-alcoholic seltzer in place of tequila. Check out the full recipes here!

Earth Day: The Good I Can Do

by Tab Moura

When I think of Earth Day, I think of— well— the earth. The whole world. All at once. And wow… where do we even begin, right?

Weed Like to Talk About Dandelions, by Tab Moura

We can talk about common topics if you really wanna, like climate, and climate, and viruses, but I feel like sometimes we miss the forest for the trees when it comes to the planet. With all of its enormous planetness, we risk forgetting our neighborhoods and homes. This year I’m looking at the ways I can personally be more earth-conscious. 


Metal Straws – this has been so helpful for my husband and I. We prefer to use glass or metal for our drinkware. Due to our kids’ special needs, we prefer plastic straws for them, but we still buy reusable. 

Bees wrap – this one is growing on me. The wax paper is thick, but with use, it seems to continue to cling better.

Berkey – we were in a really tricky place when COVID began last year. Our tap water is not safe, so we exclusively used bottled water. When water was sold out, we had to get creative. Our Berkey truly saved the day.

Reusable grocery bags – this is just common sense at this point, besides being good for the environment, I am a big fan of how strong they are. 

Reusable water bottles – I love my reusable water bottles, there are so many kinds. Because we have 5 people under our roof, I’ve been able to get a few kinds while we each figure out what style we prefer for functionality. 

Recycling – we have found that whether we have a recycling box or not, we prefer to recycle. You can look around to find your areas’ recycling drop-off locations, or contact the city and request your own recycling bin. Recycling facilities are designed to reduce the effect of our waste on our environment, it’s estimated that the average American produces an annual amount of 2,072 lbs of trash… for obvious mathematical reasons, recycling helps us avoid a Wall-E situation.

Gardening and compost – one of the things we can do to improve the vitality of our Victory Gardens (or even the little tomato plant on your back porch) is to put food scraps from leftover produce in the soil. I’m not gonna get real technical, there are some great resources for learning more about composting. I hope you take a look!

Green medicine – we have had a cannabis industry in OK long enough for us all to acknowledge that those plastic containers begin to pile up pretty quickly. Ideas I’ve seen include: growing at home, bring used plastic containers to the dispo, or even bring a glass container to the disposal. 

Buy used clothing/ donate used clothing – I missed shopping used clothing stores last year! These stores are seriously so fun to explore. I like that they have clothing from multiple decades all in one place, and this also helps to reduce waste. 


What are you doing differently this Earth Day? Have recent events changed your perspective on what you can do to help reduce your own carbon footprint?

Women of War

by Tab Moura

March snuck up on me this year, maybe the winter storms distracted me for a little bit… but I’m back on my game and ready to see what this month has for us. What’s special about March?

Oh, plenty!

Asthma and Cannabis, by Tab Moura

I was reminded that we celebrate Women’s history during March, a month that was chosen, many believe, because of the anniversary of the first women’s suffrage parades. But maybe we should look closer at March… it may help us to see Women’s history month in a new light.

The origin of the name “March” is believed to originate from Martius, or Mars, the god of war. March was originally the first month of the year, and January and February were the last two months of the year.

March was the beginning of the year, with the Vernal Equinox. Basically, a calendar that synchronized with the start of Spring; it was a time of transformation and newness. It was celebrated much the same way that we celebrate New Years’. Some believe that it was named after the God of War because March was when armies would return to war after resting all winter.

I’ve been told that March was chosen, perhaps, because marching and activism were such integral parts of women’s history over the last 100+ years. But the heart of March is not protesting, it was war. It was the product of strategic rest and courageous planning. Roman soldiers would return home in the winter, not to huddle and stay warm… but to check on their homes, hug their loved ones, and gather resources/weapons they needed in order to contribute to the campaign in the Spring. During years of war, soldiers spent as much as 2 whole months at home, or none at all. They lived lives of sacrifice.

When I consider the mountains that have been moved in the name of women’s rights, I don’t only see what has happened over the last century, but also the way that women held up entire families and communities during those years of war, all those centuries ago. March was when they would take over everything, knowing they may not see their husbands, fathers, or sons again. In this way, I see the thread is woven through all of history… women fighting wars in their own way while demonstrating incredible bravery and strength. What a powerful tribe we are.

Soulmate Rehab

Photo Cred: Angelyn Moura | Written by Tab Moura

I’ve never been one to believe in soulmates, but if soulmates are a thing… I guess you could say he’s mine. The first time I saw him, 10 years ago, there was so much going on, so many people around. I couldn’t tell you what he was wearing, or even how he seemed… But what I do know is I had this heightened awareness of where he was at all times. I don’t know how to describe it, except that he still makes me feel this way when he looks at me from across the room.

Sprinklers and Metaphors, by Tab Moura

There is this electric currency, like a tether between the two of us. He plays this game where he will stare at my boobs or my butt, like a devious child, and wait for me to notice… because I always do, I can feel when he’s looking at me- I can feel his playfulness. I can feel the tension, it feels like the moments before a comedian delivers the punchline. That is the romance between my husband and me. We laugh so much.

But we lost it for a while. I dealt with depression a lot growing up, and it was amplified during each of my pregnancies; and then we have late nights with kids, and potty training, unemployment, and therapies, and my health issues…





And I wondered if all of the hoopla in the beginning was just nature’s way of convincing humanity to keep popping out babies. Maybe romance was childish and this was marriage, the big leagues. That must be it, those fluffy feelings only existed to get us locked in, and from there, love was a contract, it wasn’t about feelings. We were mature now.

The thing is, I was wrong. I have learned so much about how life, stress, and eating patterns can affect the overall wellness of the body. It wasn’t only our affection that was in the toilet, it was our lust for life along with it. I cannot speak for him, but I know I went to some dark places occasionally.

Utilizing various forms of powerful plant medicines has been a game-changer for our marriage, but that’s because once we overhauled our health habits, those things that brought us together were still there. I know that’s not true for all of you, but I hope that gives you hope for finding new love. It’s not too late.

Plant medicine makes us more playful because our bodies are less painful. Plant medicine helped us climb out of our depression. Plant medicine brought us together after 6 years of therapy, fighting, checking out, and tug-of-war. It has helped us reconnect with our faith, and our community as well. The ripple effects have been extensive. Since cannabis can help you create and strengthen neuro connections, it’s a powerful ally while trying to fortify your relationship with your spouse. And if you’re out there looking for love this Valentine’s, set your intention and grab a blunt… be mindful of what you focus on, love may just be around the corner.

Happy Holidaze

3 Ways to Recharge and Beat Winter Blues this Christmas

by Tab Moura

I’ve spent longer than normal settling on what to share with you all today. With our first snowfall of the season under our belts, it’s safe to say it’s finally ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ again.

Family Connection
by Tab Moura

I’ve been playing referee for snowball fights, and pretended to be a scientist as we examined snowflakes. Eventually I became “doctor mom” as my little adventurers needed urgent medical assistance for “frostbite.” We’ve watched Christmas movies and decorated our tree. We made salt dough ornaments and have had plenty of warm coffee, tea and hot chocolate.

From my kids’ perspective, Christmas is almost 100% normal, possibly even more fun, because they get my undivided attention most days. If there is one thing I’ve learned this year, it’s that being a one-man-show is exhausting. I needed to find ways to recharge (as creatively as possible) so as to not break the bank, or lose my mind, in the process.

First on my list:

Aroma Therapies and Cannabis

Maybe you’re feeling some cabin fever, maybe you’re feeling depressed… maybe you’re currently wondering if it’s possible to take a nap in the shower (yes it is). Things like incense, essential oils, and cannabis can help you in your hour of need. I highly recommend having any or all of these on hand this winter. My favorite go-tos are helichrysum essential oil and a preroll of GG4.

Retail Therapy

I know I’m not alone in my love of shopping, but in December it tends to feel like there aren’t enough dollars in the world. That said, I recommend saving this one for special occasions. What I shop for varies, and with money being tight this year, I try to stick to practical buys like exercise clothes, art supplies, or this adorable stoner mug.

PS, don’t forget to shop for discounted Christmas decorations!

TV Show Binging

New Growth
by Tab Moura

When I’m in need of a mindless, lazy day, I like to medicate, grab my favorite munchie snack and curl up to watch a show I’ve seen a thousand times. I choose something I’ve watched before for a couple reasons; I want nostalgia, but I also want to be acquainted with the story in case my medicated mind wanders or I fall asleep (I won’t need to rewind). Pro-tip: more seasons a show has, the better.


The Christmas season can feel like a blur, and before we know it it’s over. So if between the make believe missions and Christmas cookie making, you find yourself as a one-man-show this winter, try to remember to give yourself some love along the way.

COVID-19 Cancel Your Travel Plans?

Affordable Staycation Tips 

by Jesse Clark, Soulful Travel

The term ‘staycation’ has never been so widely used before. The coronavirus pandemic has waylaid travel plans and left many of us with a bare-bones budget anyway. Fortunately, none of this means that you have to completely abandon your entertainment or relaxation plans. When money is tight, sticking close to home may be just what you need to ease stress and anxiety in these most uncertain times. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your anti-travel plans.


Give yourself a spa day.

Herbage recommends infused bath bombs, which are a great addition to your self-care arsenal. A warm bath, a charcoal facemask, deep conditioning treatment, and a few candles will also go a long way toward helping you relax.

‘Tis the Terp Season by Josh Leone

Learn yoga.

If you need to unwind, yoga is the best way to loosen up. It’s free, and, as we know yoga explains, even a simple 10-minute yoga routine can help you shake off the chaos of the day. Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to mend the mind and body, and you learn a little bit about yourself as you become more able to recognize how emotional stress affects you internally.


Indulge in online shopping.

When you feel like a candle at the end of its wick, one surefire way to reignite your spark is with a little retail therapy. But when your budget says canned food but your taste screams caviar, you’ll have to find a few ways to shop ’til you drop without dropping the bomb on your bills. The solution: shop online at major retailers, like Belk. Between the site’s expansive clearance selection and deals and promo codes you can find online, you can indulge without guilt.


Visit friends.

The Wonderoak blog says it beautifully: “Friendship is the most important form of self-care you can invest in.” Spend some of the time you would spend on the road or in the air with friends and family. If you are concerned about spreading the virus, keep your gatherings outdoors and insist on wearing masks (bonus points if they are funny) and staying six feet apart.

Mushroom Soup by Amy Lee

Eat well.

Food is fuel for the body and soul, and if you plan to have friends over, you will always make memories around the table. Eat well and eat often. If you saved money for a trip that you can’t take, plan to spend it building an outdoor kitchen. This Old House estimates that this will cost $800 plus accessories and fixtures, but this is a small investment in your quality of life. Make sure that you have plenty of healthy snacks on hand for your guests or when you are winding down after an evening of camaraderie.


Look for free entertainment.

Have a week off? Use it wisely and affordably by looking for free entertainment. Many streaming services offer 30 days at no cost, and there are likely plenty of parks and natural areas in your hometown to take advantage of. You can also sign up for meal kits and snack boxes, several of which offer complimentary first delivery. The trick here is to remember to cancel before your trial period is up.


Your stay-at-home vacation does not have to be void of memories. From spending time with friends and family to learning how to do yoga, the above ideas are great ways to practice self-care when a beach getaway isn’t in the cards. By prioritizing yourself, you’ll beat pandemic burnout and will be energized and ready to tackle the next leg of this global crisis.


Looking to embrace cannabis? Herbage is your resource for helping you understand all this amazing medicine can do.

‘Tis the Terp Season

by Josh Leone
Josh Leone is the co-host of the Truly Medicine Podcast & representative of EZ Street Cannabis Products.

The holiday season is coming whether I like it or not just as the deadline for this article and my male pattern baldness. I can’t help but think that I’m not alone in thinking, “what the hell is 2020 gonna do
to it?”

I say to this year, you can have the same 40 Christmas songs played on repeat in every store. Keep the mass consumption and the overall commercialism of the whole thing. I’ve always been more of a Thanksgiving guy anyway.

Being thankful and surrounded by food, family and friends has more of a cannabis vibe to it anyways.

It’s funny how the push and pull of the holiday season feels like the manic personality of this year. The year we have come to love and hate. The calm and the chaos of a Thanksgiving day spent demanding that our kids be grateful for everything that they have before we lay them down to bed just to go out the next morning at 4:30am and drop kick a total stranger to buy them more does not feel right to me.


Regardless of how my family spends their holidays, 2020 can have chaos and we’ll keep calm. Terpene profiles are very important when trying to stay in front of anxiety. Linalool, Myrcene and Caryophyllene are three terpenes that can help.
  • Linalool: Anti-anxiety
    Muscle relaxant
    Strains: Lilac Cookies, Hibiscus, Sour Diesel
  • Myrcene: Sedative
    Relieves Stress
    Strains: Blue Dream, Northern Lights, Alien OG
  • Caryophyllene: Anti-depressant
    Muscle relaxant
    Strains: GG4, Chemdawg, OG Kush

It’s been a rough year for everyone and we’re all stressed, and have been stressed. So remember this DAMNIT, whether you’re passing the garlic mashed potatoes to grandma or the Hindu Kush to grandpa, just take what you need baby and pass it to the left.

Take care of each other, folks.


by Rayne Graham

It is that time again, a time for eating until we pass out, a time for not wearing real pants, and a time for ignoring personal questions from distant family members. Yes, folks I am talking about Thanksgiving. However, in the cannabis community, we like to call it by another name and that is Danksgiving. I mean, obviously it is because we smoke serious dank but how is that different than every other day of the year? 

Well, because during November, after we smoke, our munchies get a little more serious think about it. During this time, we trade in the cereal and bag of chips we got from the gas station for some homemade turkey and stuffing! Not to mention how much you wont care that your cousin Katherine burned her mac and cheese for the 4th year in a row when celebrating Thanksgiving the cannabis friendly way. 

In light of this joyous occasion, I thought what better way to celebrate than to infuse our munchies with our dank. Thus, I have compiled a small list of Thanksgiving inspired edibles so we can achieve top level munchy status. Let’s begin, shall we? 


Canna-mashed Spuds & Stoner Stuffing 

(From LauriAndMaryJane.com)


Canna-Mashed Spuds 

  • 4lbsrusset potatoespeeled and cut in quarters 
  • 2tspsalt 
  • 1-2cupsheavy cream 
  • 4tspcanna-butter 
  • salt and pepperto taste 

Stoner Stuffing 

  • 4tspcanna-butter 
  • 8tbspunsalted butter 
  • 2mediumonionspeeled and chopped 
  • 1stalkcelerychopped 
  • 2clovesgarlicminced 
  • 1lbbreadtorn and cut in small pieces 
  • 2tbspfresh parsleychopped 
  • 1-2tbspsage 
  • 1tspchopped rosemary 
  • salt and pepperto taste 
  • 1-2cupschicken stockhot 


Canna-Mashed Spuds 

  1. Place the potatoes in a large pot and cover with cold water. Add two teaspoons of salt. Bring to a boil and cook for 20 minutes, or until tender. 
  2. In a small saucepan heat the cream with the canna-butter. 
  3. Drain the potatoes, place in a bowl and add the cream/butter mixture. Mash well, and add salt and pepper to taste. 

Stoner Stuffing 

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. 
  2. Heat the regular butter and canna-butter in a large skillet. Add onion, celery and garlic and cook over low heat for 12-15 minutes. 
  3. Put the onion mixture into a large bowl. Add the bread, parsley, sage, rosemary, salt and pepper. Add the stock and mix well. Place the stuffing in a large baking dish and cook for about 30-40 minutes. Serve hot. 


Marijuana Infused Thanksgiving Gravy 

(from TexasWeedSyndicate.com) 


  • 1/2 cup cannabutter 
  • 1 can Turkey, Vegetable or Chicken Stock Whichever you prefer 
  • 2 Onions Sliced Thin 
  • 2 tbsp Fresh Rosemary Chopped Fine 
  • 2 tbsp Freshly Chopped Sage 
  • 1/3 cup flour 
  • 1/2 cup Balsamic Vinegar 
  • Salt & Pepper As Desired 
  • 1 large Skillet 


  1. Melt the cannabutter in the skillet. Preferably melt it on low as to avoid burning it. 
  2. Add the onions and sauté them to a golden color which should take about 10 minutes. 
  3. Add the rosemary and sage and further sauté the mixture for another 10 minutes. 
  4. Now add the flour and whisk vigorously for about a minute or so. Now slowly whisk in the stock of your choice until the mixture thickens and turns in to gravy. Be sure to stir frequently. 
  5. Now add the vinegar to the marijuana infused gravy and simmer it for 15 minutes and add salt and pepper to taste. 




Potent Pumpkin Pie 

( from LeafBuyer.com) 


  • 1 1/4 cup flour 
  • 1/4 cup cold butter 
  • 1/4 cup cold cannabutter 
  • 1 tsp cane sugar 
  • 1/4 cup ice water 
  • 1 can pumpkin puree 
  • 1 can condensed milk 
  • 3 eggs 
  • 1/2 tbsp pumpkin pie spice mix 
  • 1/2 tsp salt 


  1. Prepare the edible pie dough at least an hour in advance to allow time for the dough to chill. To make the cannabis-infused pie dough, combine in a large mixing bowl the flour, sugar, and salt. Cut both the cannabutter and regular butter into small cubes, about the size of peas, and add them to the bowl. Work the butter into the dough with a spoon until the mixture is crumbly and the butter is evenly dispersed. 
  2. Add the iced water one tablespoon at a time, stirring just enough to combine the water and flour. Do not over-mix this dough and remember that the mixture should feel crumbly and not-at-all wet and sticky. 
  3. Turn the dough onto a clean surface and gather into a tight ball. Wrap and store in the refrigerator for at least an hour, and up to a full week before using. 
  4. Before assembling your Thanksgiving edible pumpkin pie recipe, make sure to preheat your oven to the fan-favorite temperature of 420 degrees Fahrenheit. 
  5. Shape the pie crust by removing your dough from its wrapping and placing it on a clean, lightly floured surface. Evenly roll out the dough until about a quarter inch thick, then lift and place (gently) into a well-greased pie tin. 
  6. At this point, you will need to blind bake your pie crust, which simply means pre-cooking it a little so the filling doesn’t make the crust all wet. Use specialized baking weights or (in a pinch) beans in parchment paper to weigh down the crust as you pre-bake it for ten to fifteen minutes, or until firm, but not browned. 
  7. For the pie filling, combine in a large mixing bowl the pumpkin puree, condensed milk, two eggs, pumpkin pie spice mix, and a dash of salt. Pour filling into pre-baked crust and place in oven. Bake for fifteen minutes at 420 degrees, then finish the pie at 350 degrees for another 40 minutes or until finished. 
  8. Remove your cannabis-infused pumpkin pie from the oven and allow it to rest for at least 45 minutes, or until room temperature. Serve with a large dollop of whipped cream! 


Gift Ideas for Patients

by Anna Ervin

Whether you’re the type of person to place a Santa inflatable in your yard the day after Halloween, or the sight of Christmas trees before Thanksgiving makes you cringe, there’s no denying that this is the perfect time to start thinking about holiday gifts.

If you have a medical marijuana patient in your life, as so many of us now do, searching for gifts can be a daunting task in the ever-growing cannabis industry. With so many options to choose from, I thought I’d narrow the list down to a few suggestions for every type of consumer.

I have a feeling that Christmas shopping will look a little different for some of us this year, particularly for those social distancing or stuck in quarantine due to health conditions, so I’ve included several online options to ensure an easy and accessible gift buying experience.

As always, a simple act of service like a home cooked meal might be the most thoughtful gift during a holiday as busy as Christmas, but if you’re wanting to go the extra mile and share something tangible that your loved one will truly enjoy, you’ve come to the right place.


Stocking Stuffers

Custom accessories from Sweet Leaf 

Looking to support local business? Send a design to Sweet Leaf Accessories on Facebook or Instagram for a quote on custom lighters, rolling trays, ash trays, and more!

Pot leaf earrings from Dope Mama Creations

Another opportunity to support local, if you’re in the OKC area you can grab a pair at RT66 Organics in Bethany, or shop custom creations in the Dope Mama Facebook group.

Pack of 24k gold rolling papers from SHINE

I don’t personally know anyone that splurges on these papers for themselves, but who wouldn’t love finding a pack of papers with a little extra flare in their stocking? You can subscribe to receive exclusive deals (like 20% off your first order) on their website or find them at your favorite head shop

For the Traveler

The EVRI device, a multi-purpose dab tool from DIP DEVICES

The EVRI device is perfect for concentrate lovers on the go, with 3 different attachments offering a variety of ways to consume. Be on the look out for a product review, coming soon!

Air freshener or diffuser for the car

Help your favorite person keep their car smelling fresh and support these local kiddos while you’re at it by purchasing a Car Freshie from Sniffies by Bernard

A padded pouch from Dime Bags

Dime Bags are made out of hemp and are the Mary Poppins purse of all stash bags. Pro tip – fill it with lighters, papers, and a new glass piece from your favorite local head shop

For the Foodie

A fresh batch of homemade edibles

You could easily sub the lemon for oranges and the blueberries for cranberry in these lemon blueberry cupcakes, but you can never go wrong with a classic pot brownie.

A gift card to their favorite local restaurant

You get major bonus points if you choose a spot close enough to their house to deliver. You could also opt to pay for a week’s worth of meals through a meal delivery service like this one.

Bong Appetit Cookbook

Covering everything from infusing ingredients to using those infusions in your entrees and appetizers, this is the most useful cannabis cookbook I’ve used to date.

GoldLeaf Terpine Food & Wine Pairing Poster

You’ve probably seen GoldLeaf posters in some of the dispensaries you’ve visited. These giant infographics are both classy and educational, making them the perfect wall décor for the cannabis chef in your life. If wine isn’t their thing, GoldLeaf’s online store offers a wide selection to choose from.

For the Collector

A pair of the coziest hemp socks from HUF

HUF Socks are the warmest hemp socks made for winter and mine have lasted years! Shop their collection here.

The latest copy of Herbage Magazine

Hey, it’s free! Check out the new Drop Location map to find out where you can scoop up a copy.

A snapback from Grassroots California

So many of the guys in my life have built a collection of these hats in various styles, chances are you know someone who loves Grassroots too.

An affirmation bracelet from Zox

Zox believes that kind words can change the world, so not only do they infuse more love into the world with their bracelets, but every order placed also helps the company provide a year of clean water for someone in need.

Subscription Boxes


The most trusted and premium subscription box in the industry, Cannabox is partnered with some of the biggest names on the market like Raw, PuffCo, and Grav.

CBD Flower Club

For the CBD lover in your life, the CBD Flower Club will send premium strains of CBD flower from local farms each month.


The Dojabox sells out pretty quickly, but it’s 100% worth the effort if you can snag one for the more feminine smoker in your life. Each box includes a glass piece along with a variety of self-care products and smoking accessories.

Gifts that Give Back

Sponsor a new patient or patient renewal

Obtaining a med card can be an expensive process, but mobile clinics are at least making the process more accessible. If you have a loved one in your life who needs a card but can’t afford it, or simply doesn’t know how to go about the process, take the time to sit down with them and help them through it. You can see the doctor and upload your application virtually here.

Donate to their favorite charity or cause

If your person likes to support a cause that’s close to their heart, see if you can help in any way or make a donation in their name. This is one of the most thoughtful gifts I’ve ever received, personally.