In October, Bieber partnered with palms, a Los Angeles-based cannabis company, to make “Peaches” pre-rolled additions, a nod to their hit single from “Justice”. In the track, featuring Daniel Caesar and Givone, Bieber sings about cannabis in chorus: “I got my peaches out in Georgia… I get my weed from California.”
“Celebrating Justin’s Song Peaches, Palms is excited to introduce a high-end line of indoor pre-rolls,” said a statement on the company’s website. “With this limited edition pre-roll collaboration, Justin & Palms is proud to support the last prisoner project And Veterans Walk and Talk“
“Weeds was something I realized people tried to make me feel bad for enjoying,” Bieber told Vogue about cooperation. “But I now have a place in my life for weed products that have been beneficial in my human experience.”
He joins many celebrities including Snoop Dogg, stewart, jay zee and Seth Rogen, who has joined the industry in recent years and is making bold statements with their products. Stewart’s Self-Named Brand of CBD Gummies claims to “make wellness an easy choice every day”, and Rogen Houseplant The THC strain promises to deliver a “smooth, warm and calming experience.”
These elevated product claims may be viewed as a marketing ploy in an increasingly competitive industry, but experts say there may be wellness benefits to some of these products.
Here he told us about marijuana and CBD in its various forms before 4/20, an informal day that celebrates cannabis culture.
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol) are both chemicals known as cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant, but both have different effects and legal restrictions in the US.
“THC (a cannabinoid) that has psychoactive properties, it’s not that it’s not healthy for you, but it does get you high, unlike CBD,” says Craig Henderson, CEO of Extract Labs, a Colorado-based company, Who specializes in extracting CBD. products for cannabis plants.
The chemical compound of CBD does not alter a person’s mental state and can be harvested from the same place as THC, but it is mostly derived from the hemp plant.
THC is what is commonly known as weed or pot Legal Entertainment in 15 States. Some states allow it to be used medicinally under a doctor’s supervision.
Why are celebs getting involved?
As more states legalize marijuana, more eyes are turning to the industry. Willie Nelson, Gwyneth Paltrow and most recently “Crazy Rich Asians” actor Jimmy O. Yang have all lent their names to cannabis products.
Each of their brands promises different results. Kristen Bell’s Happy Dance CBD Skincare says the products offer “a little more calm,” while “Family Matters” actor Jaleel White says her “Purple Urquel” brand is meant to celebrate the “many medical breakthroughs” of cannabis. dedicated to.
But those who’ve been in the industry a little longer than these big-name endorsers say it’s a different kind of green catalyzing interest.
“There’s money that’s why they’re getting involved,” Henderson says. “If you’re a new CBD company, you haven’t been around for four or five years, or just a cannabis company in general, how do you get off to a strong start? You come in with a bunch of money, you’re on one Bringing in spokespersons who already have a big name for themselves.”
Where is Recreational Marijuana Legal?
in March, New York becomes 15th state To legalize marijuana in the United States. Other states include:
- new Jersey
Do CBD, THC Have Health Benefits?
Dr. Patricia Fry, who works with patients in the DC area who are interested in cannabis treatment, recommends CBD for people who live in states where marijuana is not legal.
Fry says that both CBD and THC can help with sleep, anxiety, metabolism, stress, and appetite.
“These cannabinoids are very helpful,[because]people are starting to move away from a lot of pharmaceuticals,” she says.
There are still a lot of unknowns when it comes to CBD.
The FDA has approved the use of the Epidiolex drug, which contains CBD, for specific cases of seizures and epilepsy. The FDA-approved drug was placed in the “least restrictive” category of controlled substances by the Drug Enforcement Agency, meaning it is in the same category as the cough medicine Robitussin AC.
“But overall, it’s a lot safer than anything you’re used to if you’re using it instead of opioids for pain or Ambien to help you sleep or benzodiazepines for anxiety.” instead,” said. Dr. Peter Grinspoon, Professor at Harvard Medical School and primary care physician at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Are there side effects of CBD?
Cannabis expert Dr. Leeta Jusilla says that everyone’s system is different, so the way people absorb CBD is different. She recommends that new users consult with health care providers and closely track how small doses of the chemical affect them.
“They might get a headache. Sometimes people say, ‘I feel weird,’ but you’ll never overdose on cannabis. You’ll just start to detox.” “CBD is an oil, a fat, a lipid. Some people can have diarrhea. I have one person with nausea, dry mouth or dizziness. But it depends on the quality of the product.”
Both Fry’s and Grinspoon caution those trying CBD to do their research about the products they’re buying.
“You have to be careful buying CBD because, like the nutritional supplement industry, it’s not well regulated,” Fry says. “There’s some really cool products in there and then there’s a lot of junk. So people have to be careful.”
“I’ve had patients have benefits like a very dramatic effect, and I’ve had other people say, ‘Why did I just waste $60 on this? It didn’t do anything,'” Grinspoon said. “It’s very variable. Is. This is compounded by the fact that it’s not so regulated, so you have to be a knowledgeable shopper to make sure you’re getting the right amount of CBD you’re ordering.
Grinspoon said it’s important to look for a certificate of assurance when shopping for products.
“Don’t just take their word for it. You know, if you go to the gas station, you’re not necessarily going to get good CBD.”