Ireland Baldwin Is ‘Definitely Smoking Hot’ On International CBD Day
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In the photo, the aspiring writer has her ginger hair pushed back out of her face as she stands in front of the camera in a black top with a plunging front. Ireland slowly takes a puff, letting the smoke blow into the wind.
“Happy international CBD day!” she wrote in the caption. “I have a really exciting upcoming announcement with @trueindoorcbd coming soon, but in the meantime, use code IrelandCBD15 to get a discount and stock up on all your favorites. I can’t live without these prerolls and you shouldn’t have to ✨.”
Alexa Ray Joel commented, “Ooh Sultry! ✨.” La Roux called it a “Twin peaks moment.” Sunny Mabrey said she was giving “Early 90’s vibes 😍.” Another follower wrote, “Looking gorgeous, girl! 🤗.” Other fans called her “beautiful” and “stunning.”
“Definitely smoking hot🔥🔥🔥,” another fan joked.
Ireland Baldwin Shares Advice For People Who Never Tried Cannabis
In an interview with Forbes, Ireland dished on her history with cannabis and gave some advice for people who had never tried marijuana before. As most fans might have suspected, Ireland claims that her parents – Alec and Kim – “weren’t smokers.”
“I grew up in a very holistic, very hippie household,” Ireland explained. “My parents weren’t smokers or anything so much, but a lot of people I was influenced by and people I grew up with were very holistic and always used cannabis as a remedy for a lot of things.”
While she was experimenting with different things, she said that she “had such a bad experience, the majority of my life, with edibles. I always associated [them]s in my mind with… just the absolute worst,” saying that she often got paranoia when she tried it.
After trying different kinds, Ireland said that she “I realized that edibles had the capability to make me feel the way they do, and aiding my anxiety and helping with so many different things.”
When it comes to trying cannabis for the first time, Ireland said that the most important thing to do is to ask questions. “I think that a lot of people are afraid to ask questions, are afraid to be vulnerable in that way, or learn something,” she explained. “Coming from someone who has tried everything, I think it’s really, really important for people to ask questions.”
Ireland, who has been open with her struggles with anxiety, said that she doesn’t experience those same nervous feelings when she ingests cannabis.
“Even when I consumed a lot, thinking I could handle it, I never had an anxiety attack, which is huge for me, ‘cause I have an anxiety disorder,” she explained. “That’s part of the reason I partake in marijuana.”
“It has aided my anxiety so much. I can’t even tell you,” she went on. “Nothing makes me feel as relaxed and as in control, because I hate feeling out of control. Even when I’m drunk. I can’t even explain it to people, they just don’t get it.”
Ireland Says Cannabis Helps Improve Her Creativity
In addition to being a model, Ireland is also a writer, and she claims that cannabis has helped open up a “different realm” of creativity for her.
“Cannabis has helped me so much in regards to creativity and opening up a different part of my mind and understanding,” she explained. “It just opens up a different realm of creativity sometimes.”
“That’s kind of also such a wonderful thing about cannabis… I feel like if you allow it to, it can really unlock a lot of insecurity inside of you,” she added. “You can dismiss that insecurity and unlock this creative person inside of you.”
With marijuana becoming legal in more and more states, Ireland says that the prejudice against cannabis is “dying down.”
“I think the prejudice [against cannabis] is really old school, and that it’s sort of dying down a little bit,” she said. “I think people are definitely becoming more and more open to the possibilities of what cannabis can do for you.”