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 Netflix Branding Marijuana To Accompany Your Favorite Shows

Netflix Branding Marijuana To Accompany Your Favorite Shows

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Enjoy some Banana Stand Kush with Arrested Development.

This article originally appeared onThe Fresh Toast

In honor of its new cannabis sitcom Disjointed, Netflix has released 10 different marijuana strains inspired by its premiere shows. Because of federal regulations, the strains will not be available via mail-order, but will appear at a West Hollywood pop-up shop at Alternative Health Herbal Services this Friday to Sunday.

It should be mentioned that Netflix isn't developing this marijuana strains. Instead they are re-branding already existing buds to coincide with watching your favorite programs.

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As the press release states, "each strain was cultivated with the specific shows in mind, designed to complement each title based on their tone. For example, sillier shows may be more indica dominant, while dramedies will be more sativa dominant to help the more powerful scenes resonate."

Here is a description based on the press release via Variety:

"Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later" gave rise to the Camp Firewood strain, "a very chill indica." "Bojack Horseman" can be viewed while partaking in Prickly Muffin: "When you smoke this, it gets a little easier. But you gotta do it every day." "Arrested Development" inspired Banana Stand Kush, recommended for a "big yellow joint," and "Chelsea" birthed Vodkush, for the "advanced botanit."

Peyotea 73, an "uplifting sativa hybrid," was created with "Grace and Frankie" in mind, and Sassafrass OG, with "the power of one thousand pug snorts," is inspired by "Lady Dynamite." The last three strains include Baka Bile, "to really ramp up your appetite" and from "Santa Clarita Diet"; "Poussey Riot," "for kicking it with somebody, talking, making mad stupid jokes" from "Orange Is The New Black;" and "Moon 13," "not too strong, so you can 'keep your sanity, no robot friends required,'" from "Mystery Science Theater 3000."

Netflix made certain to mention in the release it is not profiting from selling these strains and are for promotional purposes only. Be sure to check out preview coverage of Netflix's Disjointed by clicking here.

This article originally appeared on The Fresh Toast: a lifestyle and entertainment platform with heaping sides of cannabis--you can read more, here.

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