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5 Celebrities Who Use CBD Gummies

Cannabidiol (CBD) gummies are a common type of consumable that include CBD and are made to deliver the drug’s therapeutic effects in a tasty and convenient form. One of the many cannabinoids included in the cannabis plant, CBD, is well known for its potential medicinal advantages, such as the ability to treat pain, lessen the signs of anxiety and depression, and enhance sleep.

CBD extract is infused into a foundation commonly consisting of sugar, gelatin, and fruit juice to create CBD gummies. The industrial hemp plants used to make the CBD extract for these gummies often have high concentrations of CBD and very low concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient responsible for the “high” associated with using cannabis.

Since they can be readily ingested on the go and don’t require any particular equipment or preparation, CBD gummies are a discreet and practical method to take CBD. Additionally, they provide a precise and constant amount of CBD, which benefits those who take it for medical reasons.

CBD gummies popular among celebrities

Gummies containing CBD (cannabidiol) have gained popularity among Canadian celebrities for several reasons.

First off, CBD is a non-psychoactive substance that is present in the cannabis plant. Therefore, it doesn’t produce the same “high” as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). It is, therefore, a well-liked option for those who want to experience cannabis’ potential health advantages without the euphoric side effects.

Second, it has been suggested that CBD may offer a variety of health advantages, such as lowering mood swings and nervousness, reducing inflammation and discomfort, enhancing rest, and more. Celebrities always looking for ways to enhance their general health and fitness have taken notice of these advantages.

Finally, CBD gummies are a discreet, simple, and fun method to take CBD. They are available in a variety of flavors. They have become a popular alternative for those who do not wish to smoke or vape cannabis products as a result.

The possible health advantages of CBD, their practicality, and the fact that they are a non-psychoactive method of cannabis consumption can be blamed for the CBD gummies popularity among celebrities in Canada.

Celebrities who use and recommend the use of CBD 

Here are some of the known personalities of Canada who have used or endorsed the use of CBD 

Seth Rogen 

A Canadian-born Canadian actor, comedian, writer, and producer, Seth Rogen partnered with Canopy Growth Corporation to introduce the Houseplant cannabis brand. Fans of Seth Rogen saw this as a logical extension of his brand as many of them first became aware of him through the stoner comedy Pineapple Express, a cult favorite.Houseplant emphasizes its Canadian heritage and bases every aspect of its branding on differentiating sativa, indica, and hybrid strains. Because of this, Houseplant’s goods are simple to grasp and approachable for first-time buyers.


Canopy Growth and Aubrey “Drake” Graham teamed together to launch the More Life Growth Company in November of 2019; this licensed cannabis producer is in Toronto, Ontario, the artist’s hometown. According to reports, the business is “centered around wellness, discovery, and overall personal growth with the hope of facilitating connections and shared experiences throughout the world.” Drake—also known as “champagnepapi”—is the lone user More Life follows on Instagram. Canopy Growth is one of the biggest cannabis corporations in the world, and Drake is one of the most well-known singers and figures in Canada. It will be interesting to follow this brand’s development after its debut.

The Tragically Hip

The Tragically Hip, a band from Canada, teamed up with medicinal- Cannabis startup Newstrike Brands in May 2017, more than a year before cannabis was legalized for recreational use in the nation. HEXO later purchased Newstrike Brands. 

The Tragically Hip strongly influenced Up Cannabis, Newstrike’s recreational brand. Spirit Leaf, a well-known cannabis retail chain, and UP have joined to open “UP lounges” in several locations across Canada. These “experiential hubs” have a lot of artwork from The Tragically Hip, including one-of-a-kind Gord Downie paintings and guitars that the band has personally personalized. The UP brand has a little more leeway to talk about its celebrity connections because these hubs are located inside age-gated points of sale.

The Tragically Hip song titles inspired the names of all five of UP’s flagship varieties. The strain Grace was inspired by the song “Grace, Too” and “Fifty Mission Cap” gave rise to 50kush. The song titles “We Are the Same” and “Fully Completely” inspired the names “Moon” and “Eldo.” The sativa-dominant Gems strain is named after the song “The Last of the Unplucked Gems.” 

Trailer park boys

A relationship between Moncton-based Organigram and TPB Productions, a business controlled by the real-life actors who play Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles, also called the ‘Trailer Park Boys,’ was first announced back in 2016. Organigram would “develop branding, packaging, and a competitive product portfolio targeted towards recreational marijuana consumers,” according to the terms of this partnership. “Trailer Park Buds” was the proposed name for this new company. Many Canadians consider the sitcom ‘Trailer Park Boys a cult classic, and many episodes deal heavily with cannabis-related topics. Four years later, Canadians can still not purchase the brand, which has promised to produce strains including Super Bling Cowboy, Swayze Sativa, and I Todasco Indica.

Noah Shebib

Drake’s albums are all produced by Noah Shebib, better known by his stage name as “40,” a founding OVO Sound record company member. The “BLLRDR” brand is cloaked in secrecy, and the general public still lacks access to many facts. 

However, the company’s social media accounts have begun to amass a sizable following thanks to pictures of Shebib and well-known OVO-affiliated rappers like Baka Not Nice smoking cannabis. Afghani Bullrider, a variety made famous on the black market by renowned Canadian breeder Jeff Tek, is the parent strain of BLLRDR. 

The only variety Noah Shebib will consume is BLLRDR. According to Noah, the only cannabis variety that effectively lessens the signs and symptoms of his multiple sclerosis (MS) is called Bullrider. He now desires to deliver the gift. 

Robes Cannabis, a premium-focused brand house established by cannabis entrepreneur Maxim Zavet, who previously launched Emblem Cannabis, is still developing the brand BLLRDR. For the production and distribution of cannabis under the Robes Cannabis and BLLRDR brand names, Robes Cannabis has teamed with MJardin (who holds their cultivation license). Updates are forthcoming.


Celebrities in Canada are becoming more and more accustomed to consuming CBD. Many well-known people have been outspoken about using CBD to treat various medical ailments, including anxiety, pain, and inflammation. The rise in celebrity sponsorships and collaborations between CBD businesses further highlights this pattern. But it’s crucial to remember that CBD is not a panacea and should not be used in place of expert medical guidance or therapy. Even though celebrities may greatly impact how people view something, taking CBD sparingly and under a doctor’s supervision is always important.