Marijuana use has a long history dating back to the ancient times. There are famous countries and states that have recognized the use of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes such as India, Jamaica and some states in the US. Furthermore, there are some considerable historical figures and cultures that have significantly contributed to the chronological development of the cannabis usage.
Snoop Dogg has recently become a producer of the new show called Queens of the Stoned Age. The show has a female cast and crew. It is meant to describe the life of numerous successful lady stoners and their relationship with pot.
Riley Cote, the famous professional ice hockey player, has recently ended his athletic career to work on his Hemp Heals Foundation. The sportsman has been an eager hemp advocate for years, and this year he has finally decided to leave hockey and focus on his activity in the hemp industry. The organization that Cote is planning to devote all his time to promotes health and clean natural medicine.
Bob Dylan has been one of the most influential people in the popular musical culture for the past fifty years. Did you know that his successful musical career was inspired by marijuana and other psychedelic substances? More than anything else, weed helps Dylan find inspiration for his music.
There are thousands of successful people who love smoking weed and make no secret of this fact. From big businessmen to scandalous pop-stars, cannabis users prove you can easily smoke weed and still achieve success. Below are ten celebrities who openly support pot and feel free to talk about it.
If you are a happy resident of the state that legalized marijuana for either recreational or medical use, it would be interesting for you to know who of the famous musicians supported the cannabis movement with their money and popularity.
The legalization of cannabis usually provides plenty of benefits for its citizens, such as extended treatment options, an advanced labor market, and a stronger economy. The country’s views on weed have been softening from year to year, making cannabis more widely accepted in all spheres of life. However, sports remains to have some of the strictest rules for marijuana consumption. From MMA fighters to NFL stars, below are five most well-known medical cannabis advocates among sportsmen.
Willie Nelson, one of the most famous country composers and singers, has recently shown his Christmas gift that he received from Snoop Dogg. The picture was posted on Facebook and collected thousands of likes and shares.
This Christmas, we had to say goodbye to George Michael, a great English singer and songwriter who constantly shocked the public in the 1980s and 1990s with his eccentric habits and behavior, including his love of marijuana. Michael was sure that weed kept him “sane and happy,” though he confessed that the drug was not very healthy.
The famous offensive lineman for the world-known Buffalo Bills, Seantrel Henderson, is suspended for the second time this season for violating the rules of NFL on drug use. However, Henderson’s case is not a common matter as it concerns the questions of the approach to dealing with pain and the rapidly changing attitudes toward marijuana legalization.
Ralphie May is a student of history from Chattanooga (now he lives in Nashville) and, at the same time, a popular American stand-up comedian, who is not pleased with the fact that Donald Trump is the new president of America. More than that, the guy is deeply concerned about Trump being America's commander-in-chief.
Randy Jones is the cowboy from the popular American disco group mostly known for their masculine American costumes and catchy tunes. Originally, the group was created by Jacques Morali and Henri Belolo, who tried to satisfy the gay audience by featuring famous gay fantasy characters.
As reported by TMZ, Frankie Jonas, also known as the “Bonus Jonas,” a sixteen-year-old brother of Joe, Nick, and Kevin Jonas, was busted for cannabis possession. It happened on Tuesday night, Nov. 22, 2016, outside of a convenience store in Nashville, Tennessee. The source says he got caught with some illegal marijuana on him.
In July 2015, Michelle X, a star of British TV documentary "37 Years on the Dole" was arrested by the British police for growing marijuana in her home. A month later, while still being on police bail, she grew new plants and posted a picture of them.
The former offensive lineman at San Diego State, Kyle Turley, is making efforts to convince the NFL to allow players with specific medical conditions to use marijuana. More than that, he hopes that the rapidly growing number of studies on cannabis will also help his proposal.