Janikian likes to smoke a joint to unwind like any “random normal person” would have a glass of wine.
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Judd Weiss, CEO and founder of cannabis company Lit.Club, believes the industry still needs to do more.Sabet accuses the cannabis industry of enticing children with edibles and cookies in an attempt to become another "Big Tobacco" although he also acknowledges that there is evidence that marijuana has some medicinal value.It was edibles that brought Cindy Paul of Billings, Montana, to a Portland, Oregon, pot shop a few weeks ago to sample marijuana for the first time in 25 years. To bring more people like Paul into the fold, branding expert Robert Miner says the marijuana industry needs to use movies and TV shows to change negative perceptions.Those lovable stoners Cheech and Chong were fine back in the day when it came to rebuffing the idea that anybody who smoked pot was headed for Reefer Madness. But the mainstreaming of marijuana, he said, demands a new message.
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