Snoop Dogg invests $10 million in British weed company | Metro News

This weed is mine/You can’t have it,’ rapped Snoop Dogg on This Weed Iz Mine – but now it seems he’s a bit keener to share it around.

Snoop’s venture capital company Casa Verde Capital is among several to put $10 million into British cannabis venture Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies.

The firm also announced Star Trek and X-Men star (and medical cannabis fan) Sir Patrick Stewart has become a patron.

Sir Patrick said: ‘I am proud to become a patron of OCT. It’s wonderful that OCT have got together the funding that means that Britain will lead the way in what is, in my view, one of the world’s most exciting fields of medical research. ‘The possibilities seem to me to be virtually limitless.’

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 22: Recording artist Snoop Dogg performs onstage at night one of the 2017 BET Experience STAPLES Center Concert, sponsored by Hulu, at Staples Center on June 22, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for BET)

Sir Patrick (who says he uses cannabis medicine to help with his arthritis) will serve on OCT’s Advisory Board, with further appointments set to be announced. OCT, established in 2017 to harness the prospective medical benefits of cannabinoids, also announced it has recently also successfully completed a new round of funding.

Research has now started across several new areas including treatments for cancer, pain management, a number of neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s and MS and a range of inflammatory diseases.

Snoop is a fan of cannabis it’s fair to say (Getty) Neil Mahapatra, Chairman of OCT, said: ‘At a time when medical cannabis markets are opening across the world, it is still surprising how little focus appears to be dedicated to understanding the underlying molecular actions of cannabinoids.


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