Nine celebs cashing in on cannabis

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Legally speaking, cannabis has slowly been making progress, helping to shift the cultural perspective so much so that it seems celebrities openly embracing the drug could be the norm. But that may not be the case overall. Despite the fact that cannabis is more mainstream than ever, there are still people in the world who have trouble understanding it, which makes endorsing a product a sticky situation for any celebrity worried about ruining their image. But attaching their name to cannabis was a no-brainer for these nine celebrities. These 10 Celebs Shamelessly Love Weed More Than You Post Whoopi and Maya, Whoopi Goldberg has new weed venture Seth Rogen releases funny PSA with a serious message about portion control for weed newbies Chelsea Handler Coming off of the most recent tour for her second book, Chelsea Handler has spoken up about the perks of therapy, meditation and weed, as well as how these three things have helped her cut down on her drinking and to stay more calm and present. “Now you can microdose. Microdosing is taking minimal amounts so you’re not overdosing on that THC feeling. Everybody’s coming out with different versions to treat people. I take a gummy every night to sleep,” Handler said in an interview with Health . In 2020, she partnered with cannabis brand Sweet Flower , curating its Evolution Kit. Handler has as part of the mix her favourite cannabis products, which include pre-rolls from Aster Farms, chocolate covered blueberries from Kiva Confections and CANN’s cannabis-infused social tonics. Gwyneth Paltrow Academy Award-winning actress and Goop CEO Gwyneth Paltrow has also made investments in the cannabis industry, specifically products geared at people who want to explore sober drinks. “There’s a whole sober-curious movement that’s going on and the cannabis-curious movement that’s going on, this is…

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