Musician GRiZ launches two new cannabis lines

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The Michigan native and cannabis supporter launches Telescope and Astro Hippie

Cannabis cultivation is now part of the repertoire of multi-talented artist GRiZ. Many know this bass-driven electro-funk artist for constantly releasing his own unique shows, or for making efforts to give back to local communities. His efforts to bring people together and help different communities have made him one of the most beloved artists in the industry. In addition to this, people know him for the great passion that this artist has had for marijuana for some time now.

Michigan is the state where GRiZ grew up, and, therefore, he was always immersed in the marijuana culture, even before his music career took off and became a huge success. During this time, GRiZ decided to become a cannabis advocate and four years ago even launched a collaboration of buds called GRiZ Kush to satisfy the needs of many stoners. Since that time, his passion for marijuana has grown, and he has strived to expand even further into the cannabis industry. This led him to introduce two new lines called Telescope and Astro Hippie recently.

To bring Astro Hippie to life, GRiZ decided to team up with Pure Options, a lifelong grower in the state of Michigan, where it will make its debut. With three different strains, G Funk, Mr. B OG and Tie-Dye Medusa, consumers will be able to obtain high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) levels, especially for those looking to smoke some tasty buds.

Those who prefer cannabis as a medicinal route will be pleased to know the second line that GRiZ plans to offer. Telescope will have a special focus on cannabidiol (CBD). GRiZ knows that this compound has vast healing properties for human health. The line offers three different sides for those looking for relief options; Astronaut Ice Cream, Milky Way and Cosmic Candy, as well as gourmet 10: 1 CBD: THC gummies that will launch with two flavors, Sunset Sorbet and Pineapple Upside Down Cake. This line goes beyond Michigan, and can be shipped to all 50 states, as it is Farm Bill-compliant.