August 5, 2020 By: Rebecca Brando
Actress and singer, Bella Thorne took to Instagram on Tuesday (Aug 4) with a fierce series of poolside bikini pics to promote her new cannabis brand "Forbidden Flowers."
Photo of actress Bella Thorne poolside promoting her Forbidden Flowers cannabis line - photo: MATTIO Communications
The 8 photo post shows the actress smiling ear to ear, donning a pair of ultra rare vintage 1994 FW Chanel sunglasses and a strappy one shoulder orange bikini with caption: "Just dropped orange creamsicle 😍😍😍😍😍 who wants fresh flower?? @forbiddenxflowers"
The photos are promotion for Forbidden Fruits new strains Orange Creamsicle and Sundae Driver along with their new mini 0.5 gram pre-rolls which are half the size of normal joints.
Thorne teamed up with Santa Barbara based, Glass House Group in late 2019 for the launch of Forbidden Fruit.
At Forbidden Flowers’ launch, Bella Thorne stated: “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.“
As for the new strains, Orange Creamsicle is a sativa dominant hybrid profile created by crossing Orange Crush x Juicy Fruit strains with heavy citrus and vanilla flavors. Sundae Driver is an indica dominant hybrid union of strains FPOG x Grape Pie.
Aside from their distinct taste, Forbidden Flowers’ Indica, Sativa, Hybrid and CBD varieties are cultivated exclusively at Glass House Farms in Santa Barbara using coastal sun, organic standards and not to mention the ultra stylish ombre glass jar packaging.
“We set out to engage a whole growing community of consumers embracing the cannabis and CBD market,” said Glass House Group CEO Kyle Kazan. “We’re pleased to have Forbidden Flowers join our growing portfolio of brands and to bring these products to consumers. We also look forward to rolling out more strategic brands and announcing partnerships in the future.”