Cannabis seeds: Celebrity Weed Smokers

Here at The Single Seed Centre, we provide high quality cannabis seeds, for discerning collectors of weed paraphernalia. While our wares are solely for collecting purposes, we take an avid interest in the culture of Marijuana and related items. As such this article will take a look at the celebrity aspect of the weed world, in order to give a level of background information to our cannabis seeds collectors.

If you type “celebrity weed smokers” into a Google image search, you will be met by the usual suspects such as Snoop Dogg, Megan Fox, Bob Marley and the recently departed Amy Winehouse. One addition to this line up that may surprise even the most avid cannabis seeds collector is the teen actress Kristen Stewart.  The young actress has been photographed smoking a bong on a stairwell and donning a bikini emblazoned with the iconic pot leaf imagery. While this may seem at odds with the clean cut (although Vampirically inclined)  character of Bella Swan, it is more in line with the rock and roll influences associated with Joan Jett (whom she portrayed in the 2010 film “The Runaways”). 

Cannabis seeds are a great way to collect a small part of this marijuana and rock and roll culture. With the many different varieties available, you will not be short of choice. Here at The Single Seed Centre, as the name dictates, we provide both single seeds and seeds in multipacks. Single seeds are a great option for creating collections that focus on the sheer number of varieties and multipacks are a great option for those seeking the perfectly patterned example of each seed.

Other Celebrity weed smokers that you may not believe include actress Cameron Daiz, Barry Manilow, Aaron Carter and even Miley Cyrus. Cyrus was outed as a cannabis smoker after a video of her 19th Birthday party was released. In the video she exclaims “You know you’re a stoner when your friends make you a Bob Marley Cake! …You know you smoke way too much F***ing weed”. The statement has been defended (somewhat weakly), by stating that the teenage singers response was intended to be sarcastic.