This Caribbean Roots Singer Gets Into The Cana Business

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Singer Maxi Priest performs onstage at The Canyon Club on July 29, 2018 in Agoura Hills, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: A British-born Caribbean roots singer, is the latest artiste to join the ranks of marijuana/cana entrepreneur.

Reggae singer Maxi Priest, recently launched of a new cannabinoid (CBD) oil-infused line of healing products for pain management at CanEx 2018 in Jamaica, according to the Caribbean National Weekly newspaper.

The international Jamaica-roots reggae star has partnered with Boca Raton-based Hemp and Heal to produce a line that kicks off with a sports gels and vaporizer products that are made from 100 percent American-grown hemp and can be used to provide relief from back and neck pain, arthritis, muscle strain, bruises, and sprains.

The singer, born Max Alfred Elliott, told CNW that said it is important for members of the diaspora to learn more about cannabis industry and discover new opportunities to get involved.

“I want to see what is going to happen to this special plant,” he was quoted as saying.  “We have to make a move.”

Hemp and Heal manufactures its products in a federally FDA-approved facility that produces and extract hemp products for public use and consumption. The product will be distributed by Zimmer & Co.

For more information visit hempandheal.com.