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Bella Thorne Wants You to Puff, Not Pass With COVID-19 Pot Deal

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By Gary Trock

Bella Thorne is doing her part to keep customers medicated and safe during the times of COVID-19 by rolling out some new strains of her signature marijuana with a pandemic-proof twist. The "Infamous" star announced 2 new types of cannabis sold under her Forbidden Flowers brand, which the star has helped grow from a budding company into a thriving competitor in the cannabis marketplace.

Thorne revealed earlier this week that Forbidden Flowers has teamed up with flower cultivator, Glass House Farms, and would now be carrying the popular hybrid strains, Orange Creamsicle and Sundae Driver.

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Orange Creamsicle & Sundae Driver

Orange Creamsicle / Glass House Farms

Sundae Driver is an evenly balanced indica/sativa strain with a moderately-balanced THC level, making it the perfect strain to enjoy during the day. According to a release from Forbidden Flowers, "The buds are light green in color with purple accents and come drenched in trichomes. This strain offers a mellow and calming high, just like its flavor."

Orange Creamsicle is an indica-dominant hybrid with a little bit higher THC level, and is known for its citrus aroma and flavors.

According to Forbidden Flowers, "The Orange Creamsicle high starts with a slowly building euphoric lift that boosts your mood and leaves you feeling completely relaxed in both mind and body. As your mood climbs, so will your energy level, until you reach a peak of pure happiness and motivation, at which point you'll be hit with a sense of calm and a touch of lethargy."

Puff, Don't Pass

Bella Thorne and Forbidden Flowers are taking the culture of marijuana smoking into consideration with their new lineup and have unveiled a special COVID-19 promotion that encourages people not to share joints.

According to Forbidden Flowers, they are rolling out 'two-for-one, puff, don’t pass' 0.5 gram pre-rolls designed to help consumers chill during the dog days of summer and share safely during the COVID-19 pandemic."

Bella has long been an advocate of using cannabis, and wants to make sure everyone is staying safe while being able to enjoy the new strains.

"I have struggled with anxiety for many years, and weed has been the one source I found for me to do the most healing. Because of the properties in weed, I have been able to cope with my anxiety in a natural way, rather than my doctors trying to fix it using prescription drugs," the actress said in a statement.

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