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Over the last few years, cannabis has taken Hollywood by storm. With recreational cannabis now legal in nine states, celebrities across TV, film, and music are openly supporting the cannabis community. The rich and famous have long embraced cannabis as part of their daily lives, and some are even taking advantage of the newfound popularity of cannabis with monetization in mind, thanks to mainstream acceptance growing worldwide. One of the most popular forms of cannabis-infused products are CBD brands, such as NuLeaf Naturals.
Whether they openly use cannabis, support its medical potential, or at the very least support decriminalization, celebrities will very often use their public status and platforms to speak out in favor of cannabis. You could say that celebrity-endorsed cannabis products are the wave of the future. From Snoop Dogg to Willie Nelson, let’s take a look at some of our favorite celebrities that swear by cannabis-infused products.
Perhaps the most outspoken celebrity on the matter of cannabis, the godfather of pot himself, Snoop Dogg, has even launched his own cannabis brand: Leafs by Snoop. Snoop has always been open about his love for cannabis, and it has actually caused him some legal issues in the past. He even claims to have smoked weed in the White House. As the Doggfather has mentioned, he has been at the forefront of the cannabis movement for more than 20 years. In all honesty, we couldn’t think of a more natural union than Snoop Dogg having his own line of cannabis products.
Leafs by Snoop products include edibles, hand-weighed cannabis flowers, and concentrates. The edibles line consists of some rather interesting and tasty options, such as chocolate bars, gummies, chews, fruit drops, and peanut butter gems. According to media reports, Snoop was very much involved in the development of the products that bear his name.
Snoop Dogg is a true stoner symbol who has long vouched for the positive uses of cannabis that pertain to creativity, health, and recreation. The rapper has gone as far as to claim that there would be fewer robberies, less crime, and less high-speed car chases if cannabis were fully legalized. He mentions that you only need to take a look at Amsterdam to get a glimpse of the positive effect that cannabis use can have on society.
You probably know her for her appearances in American Dreamz and License to Wed, but did you know that she swears by cannabis oil? Wearing sky-high stilettos on a regular basis is no joke. In fact, it can be pretty painful and uncomfortable. But Mandy Moore seems to have found a solution to the problem of high heel-inflicted foot pain, and it’s all in the name of cannabis.
Mandy has stated that, after a particularly painful night, she went looking for help because what she had thought were comfortable heels turned out to be general pain. She says that as she’s gotten older, she can’t hack being in heels for a long period of time. Her stylist suggested that she give CBD oil a try, which is made from cannabidiol, a chemical compound found in cannabis.
The actress was actually looking for some kind of numbing cream, but her stylist instead suggested that she give CBD oil a try. Now Mandy is telling the world all about it. She says that this year she will be using CBD oil on her feet to help with the pain.
Famous actress Whoopi Goldberg teamed up with expert infuser Maya Elisabeth to create a line of cannabis products which have revolutionized the industry. The duo offers a raw cacao bean and cannabis edible mixture, a THC infused tincture, and a body balm. Their brand is focused on medical cannabis users and PMS and menstrual relief.
Cannabis became a very important part of Whoopi’s life, helping her to dull the pain of menstrual cramps and combat glaucoma headaches. She has not shied away from discussing her marijuana use publicly on several occasions, and she claims that cannabis has helped her tremendously.
Back in August 2017, Melissa Etheridge made headlines when she was arrested at the Canadian-US border post for possession of weed. Her journey to cannabis advocacy began when she was diagnosed with breast cancer 14 years ago. When her cancer battle began back in 2004, Melissa started using cannabis to help with the lasting effects of chemotherapy.
In 2016, Melissa started her own cannabis business, Etheridge Farms, which was set to make marijuana products for California-based medical marijuana patients. She has her own edibles, smoke, some vape cartridges, and has spoken about a balm that is very good for muscles and arthritis. Her aim is to bring products to America that are focused on health and wellness, teaching about and the importance that the plant holds for our medicinal systems.
Having gone through cancer and the horrendous treatment that follows, she knows all about medical cannabis and what it can do. She is a firm believer that cannabis helped her to survive her battle with cancer.