Dwyane Wade’s Limited Edition Cannabis Line Launches in California

In Summary

 Dwyane Wade partners with California-based cannabis distributor Jeeter for a limited-edition line of weed products in a specialized box set. 

NBA legend Dwyane Wade announces a limited-edition weed line with California legalized cannabis brand Jeeter. 

According to Forbes, the drop includes three exclusive strains and is available in a unique book format mimicking the recent release of Wade’s photographic memoir, Dwyane. 

Wade also states he will sign as many boxes as he can, even signing one while recording the video post. Each pre-roll pack will come with a copy of his photo memoir. 

Related: Mike Tyson Introduces Cannabis Line for Emotional and Physical Relief

“I’ve got a poem called ‘Game Over’,” Wade stated in the post pointing to the poem on the inside cover. “Everyone gets a chance to check that out. That’s one of the names of the flower. The next one that I really, really love, this is one of my favorite flavors, Fruit Punch. So, I want this to taste fruity, but also to give you what you need.” 

In an Instagram post from Jeeter, Wade made the announcement showing the box set that looks like the book and opens up to show the three strands of the product and a poem from the superstar’s social media page. 

According to Jeeter’s website the product push named “Game Over” is perfect for daytime use and doesn’t leave consumers with a sense of exhaustion.  

The line is available today in several locations across California the list of available locations can be found on Jeeter’s website and the Instagram profile. 

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