Former Trump mistress Stormy Daniels selling CBD lube

+ Rush frontman Geddy Lee wants to overgrow the planet and an app to help you control your pot use

LAS VEGAS, NV - JANUARY 27: Adult film actress/director Stormy Daniels attends the 2018 Adult Video News Awards at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on January 27, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images)


The woman knows how to work the hustle. Stormy Daniels, who has been in the news for just about everything (but mostly for comparing President Trump’s penis to Toad from the Mario Kart series) says she’s planning on selling CBD products. The line appears to be called “Tempest by Stormy” and yep, it includes CBD lube. (“For the husbands whose wives are going through menopause, you’re welcome,” said Daniels, on Instagram.)

Keep an eye out for more product announcements on the brand’s Instagram page.

Canadian rocker Geddy Lee praises legalization in Canada

Geddy Lee and Rush, with their half-way psychedelic, hard-rocking tunes, were the soundtrack to many a basement smoke sesh throughout the 1970s. So it’s little surprise that the band’s frontman is totally down with legal weed in Canada? In fact, he’d like to see cannabis legalized everywhere. 

“It makes people happy, it eases people’s pain, and more importantly, it eases people’s boredom. So more power to it.”

Lee made the comments earlier in the year, in an interview with Sharp, promoting his new book Big Beautiful Book of Bass

Want to quit smoking pot? There’s an app for that

There’s no easy way to quit smoking cannabis if it’s something you want, or need, to do.

While cannabis isn’t physically addictive in the same way that opioids are, you can definitely develop a serious dependence. Now researchers at Monash University in Australia have found that by using an app (with the prosaic name “Assess, Plan, Track, and Tips”), cannabis users found it easier to quit or reduce their use. On average, cannabis use  decreased by 20 per cent for those using the app. 

Researchers think that this might be a better tool for those looking to quit, since it “offers the advantage of convenient delivery via a smartphone, minimizing considerably concerns about accessibility and stigma.”

Read the study here. 


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