“The United States may be the only country in the world that considers health care, both physical and mental, as an afterthought,” Van Zandt shared in a statement. “Little Steven’s Underground Apothecary was created to help combat that issue by focusing on natural, holistic remedies. Some will help relax you, some will help energize you, all will help you take charge of your own wellness.”
Sadly, you’ll have to travel to Massachusetts — Lee and Holyoke, specifically — to nab any of Van Zandt’s products; weed is currently legal in that state. Van Zandt also expressed a desire to increase education and decrease stigmatization around weed products — and hopes that doing so will “help spread cannabis education, destigmatization, and stop unjust criminalization for a plant that not only does a lot of good but has proven during Covid-19 to be essential to people’s wellbeing and
quality of life.”
Ten percent of profits from Little Steven’s Underground Apothecary sales will be put toward the National Organization for Marijuana Legalization.
“You don’t have to smoke cannabis or even use it to support national legalization,” said Meg Sanders, Canna Provisions CEO. “But for those that do use it, Little Steven wanted to be sure to have an approachable, low-THC and high-CBD cannabis that is less about the recreational high, and more for people seeking the benefits of cannabis and cannabinoids like high-CBD cannabis on the body and mind.”