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19:20  06 april  2018
19:20  06 april  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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Odom , who announced he is launching a line of marijuana products, said cannabis helped him end his addiction to crack . USA TODAY Sports.

Lamar Odom Says Marijuana Helped Crack Addiction . Odom is also hoping marijuana will be a profitable new business venture. Odom , 38, said he found that marijuana was helpful in his treatment and recovery for substance abuse. “While going through rehab, I discovered certain strains

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Former NBA champion Lamar Odom is promoting a new venture. The 38-year-old is starting a business for marijuana-based products, a growing market in states where pot is legal. 

Odom, who last summer opened up about his cocaine addiction that nearly cost him his life, said in a press release Thursday that he found marijuana to be helpful in his recovery from hard drugs. 

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Lamar Odom , who has battled crack cocaine addiction , recently stated that he found marijuana “Instead of turning to marijuana , he says , “for anyone who is in true recovery, it’s about surrounding yourself with other people who abstain from drugs and alcohol in order to have a support system.

Lamar Odom has a new business venture. Odom , 38, said he found that marijuana was helpful in his treatment and recovery for substance abuse. Odom is expected to launch the line later this year in California. According to The Blast, Rich Soil Organics will cultivate “organically grown, pesticide-free

"While going through rehab, I discovered certain strains (of marijuana) that support wellness," Odom said in the release. "So I decided to team up with Camp Green, a company that supplies organically grown, pesticide-free cannabis."

Odom's business, Rich Soil Organics, will open later this year in California and provide products Odom believes can help others. Marijuana is legal in California, and it became the country's largest state to offer legal marijuana sales at the beginning of 2018. 

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Former Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom is starting a new business , Rich Soil Organics, that will focus on producing marijuana -based products. Odom , 38, added that he found "certain strains" of marijuana have helped throughout the recovery process for his addiction to crack cocaine.

Lamar Odom , who has battled crack cocaine addiction , recently stated that he found marijuana was helpful in his treatment and recovery for substance abuse. “While going through rehab, I discovered certain strains that support wellness,” the former NBA star, 38

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