Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, November, 18th 2015 by THCFinder

Rihanna was once a lucrative pop artist who released music pretty consistently. And while her long-awaited eighth studio album Anti is supposed to drop at some point this millennium, no release date has been announced or (as far as we know) even secured. But Rihanna has many things for us to look forward to while we wait (including but not limited to socksperfume, a second Diamond Ball and a styling agency called Fr8me), and she just announced one more: If recent reports are to be believed, the “FourFiveSeconds” singer will soon be selling weed.


According to the website Celeb Stoner, Rihanna will launch her very own line of weed called MaRihanna (do you get it? It sounds like marijuana). She reportedly made the announcement at the High Times Cannabis Cup in Negril, Jamaica, but there’s been no official confirmation from her camp as of yet.


The specific strains of weed will reportedly be called Karibbean Kush, Haitian Haze and Jamaican High Grade.


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Stephen Colbert Grills Ohio Governor John Kasich On Marijuana Legalization

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, November, 16th 2015 by THCFinder

stephen colbert john kasich marijuanaOhio Governor John Kasich was on Stephen Colbert’s show recently, and was grilled about his opposition to marijuana legalization. I had been meaning to post this video earlier, but the combination of being in Las Vegas this last week in addition to an already chaotic schedule proved to be too much. But the exchange is so good that I felt it still needed to be posted for those that haven’t seen it.

Essentially, Ohio’s Governor argued that marijuana legalization sends the wrong message to kids because we ‘can’t tell them that drugs are bad, but this one drug is OK so it’s legal.’ That drew a quick response from Colbert who pointed out that alcohol is legal, which resulted in a loud applause from the crowd. Governor Kasich tried to dodge the question, going on various tangents. But every time there was Colbert to call him out. It was a fantastic interview. I would love to see Colbert debate Kevin Sabet.

My favorite part of the interview was when Colbert asked Governor Kasich if he had ever consumed marijuana, to which he answered in the affirmative. Colbert then asked him if he had ever been caught by the police, to which Kasich said no. Colbert then point blank asked him if he thought he would still have made it all the way to being the Governor of Ohio if he had been caught. Kasich tried a cheeky attempt at making a wise crack, which fell completely flat. This is a very serious issue, and I’m glad that Colbert took the Governor to task. How sad is it that a Governor tries to crack jokes about a serious public policy issue, and it takes a comedian to bring him back to reality. It’s a very sad version of irony if you ask me. Below is the video:

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Snoop Dogg just launched the most beautiful line of marijuana products ever made

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Sat, November, 14th 2015 by THCFinder

Leave it to Snoop Dogg to blaze a new trail in the marijuana industry. Earlier this week, the multiplatinum MC launched a line of cannabis products called Leafs by Snoop, and it's got weed and design enthusiasts alike drooling.

Considered the first mainstream cannabis brand in the world, thanks to its instantaneous name-recognition, the Leafs by Snoop suite of products includes eight different types of marijuana flower, each hand-picked by Snoop himself. Concentrates and edibles, including chocolate bars, gummies, and fruit chews, round out the collection.

Leafs by Snoop has more than a celebrity endorsement on its side. It has smart design.

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Marijuana Mogul? Here's Why Nick Lachey May Make Millions If Weed Becomes Legal in Ohio

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, November, 2nd 2015 by THCFinder

Nick Lachey husband, father, singer, TV host...and potential marijuana kingpin. Yep, you read that right.

The former 98 Degrees boy band member could become one of the largest pot growers in Ohio, if the state votes to legalize marijuana on Tuesday. How so, you ask? Well, according to the Washington Post, the measure indicates that if the Buckeye State becomes green-friendly, it would restrict virtually all large-scale marijuana cultivation to 10 specifically designated farms.

And whaddya know? Nick Lachey part owner of one of those farms, along with designer Nanette Lepore, NBA legend Oscar Robertson, NFL journeyman Frostee Rucker.

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Melissa Etheridge Will Pitch Her Marijuana Business To Investors 11/9 In Las Vegas

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, October, 27th 2015 by THCFinder
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Grammy Award winning musician, marriage-equality activist, and now cannabis advocate and businesswoman, Melissa Etheridge will be among 20 cannabis entrepreneurs pitching their businesses to more than 200 high net worth investors from around the world at the ArcView Investor Network Forum in Las Vegas on November 9th.

“Cannabis helped me so much when I was struggling with cancer and I really believe it deserves to be legal nationwide. That is why I’ve decided to team up with the best experts in the field to develop products to help legitimize this important industry.  It’s an honor to pitch ArcView’s investor members because it’s a group of investors that is not only looking for returns, but also to make the world a more free and compassionate place,” explains Melissa Etheridge, the creator of cannabis infused Know Label Wine.

“Melissa Etheridge is a hero for stepping out and sharing her compelling story to help the cause of legalization.  Now that she is building her own cannabis businesses she will be able to utilize the most powerful force for political change the world has ever known: business,” said Troy Dayton, CEO and co-founder of The ArcView Group.

Learn more about the growth of the cannabis industry via this short video. To get a sense of what to expect at ArcView see this other short video, and see this recent feature

  • Who: The ArcView Investor Network Forum
  • When: Monday, November 9th at around 3:00 PM
  • Where: Hilton Lake Las Vegas 1610 Lake Las Vegas Pkwy, Henderson, NV 89011
  • Media pre-approval needed to attend 

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Bob Lobel: Medical marijuana saved me from addiction

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, October, 5th 2015 by THCFinder

Boston sportscasting icon Bob Lobel is one of the hundreds of patients in Massachusetts who say they have found an effective substitute for opioids by using medicinal marijuana.

The 71-year-old longtime television reporter and anchor has dealt with chronic pain for years, the result of numerous surgeries: He’s had two knee replacements, two rotator cuff surgeries, four back surgeries and, in separate accidents, fractured the tops of both femurs.

“That was brutal,” Lobel told the Herald, referencing the femur breaks. The constant pain left him taking a variety of opioids.

“My issue was strictly pain,” he said. “I didn’t want to take any more OxyContin or oxycodone or Percocet, for a variety of reasons. The biggest thing I was worried about was addiction. But they also made me tired and it was hard to function and I couldn’t go on TV all drugged up.”

Lobel said pure curiosity led him to check out a medical marijuana event several months ago at the Castle at Park Plaza in Boston. It was there he met Dr. Uma Dhanabalan of the Uplifting Health and Wellness clinic in Natick. Dhanabalan recommends patients for medicinal marijuana certificates in Massachusetts and has been a strong advocate for using cannabis as a way to treat those who might otherwise find themselves hooked on opioids.

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