Pot products that have earned Ricki Lake’s endorsement
Ricki Lake is a TV host, actress, film producer, and cannabis activist. Abby Epstein, her production partner, and Ricki took six years to produce Weed the People, a story about five children fighting different cancer types with medical cannabis. The film looks at how hard it is to provide medical cannabis for their loved ones, both financially and legally. Ricki Lake was inspired by her late husband's journey with cancer which changed her views on medical substances forever.
Ricki Lake believes that cannabis is a medicine and, as such, should be treated as alternative medicine. Her beliefs lead to her views that cannabis can heal people on the planet as well as the planet itself. Her late husband taught her that cannabis is a medicine, but before this, Ricki Lake harshly judged cannabis. She was fearful of it and indoctrinated by the "Say No to Drugs" campaign that prevailed in the 1980s.
Ricki Lake admits that she was anti-drug and closed-minded to cannabis and every other alternative medicine while she was doing her show, but she is so glad that she has awoken to the realization of the positive side of all medicines. Support from Ricki Lake does not just go to cannabis, as Lake is a huge supporter of psychedelics being used in a therapeutic setting.
The world and all of its creatures are going through an unimaginable time, which includes some of the darkest moments we will ever see in our lives, and in her view, cannabis can be a lifesaver for all of us. Ricki Lake does like to indulge in cannabis when the time and situation is right, but she likes to take caution with her intake. Through trial and error, these top products have managed to get her thumbs up.
Kiva Camino Gummies
Ricki Lake does not like to smoke cannabis, as she claims she is not good at inhaling. However, edibles do meet her satisfaction. Her first edible love is Kiva. She loves the chocolate bars but has now discovered a new taste, the Caminos. She particularly enjoys The Chill, which gives her a little pep without chilling her out. She laughs at the effect, which seems to be the opposite of what it says it will do. The California edible brand Kiva Confections produces:
The enjoyable Wild Berry Camino Gummie is a 5-milligram dose of THC and includes terpenes like linalool, myrcene, humulene, and caryophyllene.
Maya Elisabeth, formerly affiliated with Whoopi & Maya, started an edible and topical company named Om Edibles. Her company proudly produces three distinct types of products.
Rick Lake has a personal favourite in the body line, including oils, balms, and Epsom salts. She backs Maya and her products one hundred percent. Lake voices her delight and support for all of the products that Om Edibles provides. The edibles produced by Om Edibles and Maya Elisabeth are thoroughly enjoyed by Ricki Lake.
Lowell Farms Pre-Rolls
This brand gets Ricki Lakes thumbs up. She loves this brand and everything about it. She is especially intrigued by the packaging of products from Lowell Farms. A full line of cannabis edibles concentrates and cannabis flowers are provided to Ricki Lake's delight. The Lowell Farms pre-rolls are the best-selling pre-roll in California, and Ricki says that California has some great medicine.