skip to Main Content
Jimi Hendrix Will Have His Name Added to New Edible Marijuana Line

It appears that Bob Marley and Willie Nelson may have some company in the fast-expanding field of active and deceased music icons with their own line of marijuana-related products.

On Monday, Toronto-based Nutritional High International Inc.announced it has “entered into an exclusive licensing agreement… under which the Company may manufacture and distribute various marijuana and hemp-based edible products using the song titles and bearing the likeness of iconic guitarist Jimi Hendrix.”

The products in question, which will be marketed under the Edible Experiences banner, include “Purple Haze” and “Stone Free” lines. Both are named after popular songs by Hendrix, neither of which were about marijuana, but why quibble over technicalities?

The “Purple Haze” and “Stone Free” lines will, according to Nutritonal High, include “hemp oil-infused products, including gummy bears, hard candies and health and energy drinkable products.” [Read more at the San Diego Union-Tribune]

This Post Has 0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Recent Stories

Trulieve CEO ‘absorbing and digesting’ the ‘largest cannabis transaction to date’

Despite momentum towards marijuana legalization, the country’s biggest cannabis companies are failing to turn a profit. Trulieve Cannabis (TCNNF), which currently operates in 11 states, recently reported a net loss of $32 million. The stock is down 42.8% year-to-date. According to Trulieve CEO Kim Rivers, the Florida-based company feels the wind at their backs after…

Some New Mexico cannabis producers may face higher than expected tax bill

New Mexico recreational-use cannabis companies, for the first time, are required to file their gross receipts and cannabis excise taxes in one week. It’s unclear exactly how much the state is set to collect, but cannabis regulators reported more than $20 million in recreational-use sales for the month of April. Since an announcement from the…

Lawmakers revise bill to legalize recreational marijuana

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island lawmakers unveiled changes Tuesday to a bill to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana, revisions that aim to ensure the legislation passes the state’s General Assembly. The amended bill was released Tuesday in advance of committee votes scheduled for Wednesday. Both the House and Senate are expected to vote next…

Cannabis Facility Construction Expands into West Virginia with Design-Build Projects for Harvest Care Medical

PRESS RELEASE By renovating former banks and drive-thru restaurants, dispensaries will be drive-thru ready CHICAGO, IL (MAY 17, 2022) – Cannabis Facility Construction (CFC), a national, full-service, cannabis design-build construction firm, is pleased to complete construction on a new Country Grown Cannabis medical dispensary for Harvest Care Medical in West Virginia. CFC is currently working on…

More Categories

Back To Top
×Close search