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Sublime has its own weed now...
Light 'em up!

Curated line of products to focus on the healing and medicinal benefits of cannabis

"Sublime has its own weed now! I mean, what more needs to be said other than light 'em up!!" drummer Bud Gaugh said. "Time to 'Smoke Two Joints.'"

"Sublime has a legacy with cannabis that has spanned decades, steeped in positivity and its soulful importance to the reggae culture that was such an influence on their music and lifestyle," said Troy Nowell, widow of lead singer Bradley Nowell representing his legacy with their son Jakob Nowell.

"For Jakob and I, this is an opportunity to continue nurturing the memory of Brad and his musical gifts with a global community of family and friends. We are extremely encouraged by the positive impacts shown by cannabis in helping recovering opioid addicts, its medicinal benefits for a host of debilitating conditions, and its ability to provide holistic relief for many using its properties to achieve mental wellness."


"Cannabis culture has been a part of Sublime since the beginning, and I’m stoked that we now have our own line of products. Cannabis takes me to that place when we were kids in the garage, playing music for ourselves. REEFERS is for anyone whether it’s used for relief, creativity, alternative medicine or to chill out."

Eric Wilson

"This brand is going to bring you Sublime's 'Greatest Hits' of recreational cannabis, as well as a full line of medicinal products that will benefit people fighting opioid and heroin addiction, a very important driven line, especially for the community of artists in memory of Bradley Nowell himself"

Robert Taft, Jr. — Founder and CEO of The Healing Plant.