Weed is another religion that unites people all over the world! And over the years, Mike Tyson, the boxing legend has become an angel sent to bless Marijuana lovers.
In 2016, Mike started off his own full-fledged Marijuana company called, Tyson Holistic Holdings. The company manufactures all kind of cannabis-based products and merchandise.
To spread happiness and awareness about the health benefits of marijuana, Iron Mike is all set to build a holiday home called ‘the Lollapalooza Cannabis’. The weed resort will be built on a 407-acre farm in Southern California well-equipped with a huge lazy river, and the ‘Kind Music Festival’.
Mike has partnered with Rob Hickman to build one of its kind of weed resort. The Tyson Ranch is currently under construction which would flaunt the growing cannabis tourism industry with a hotel and 200 ‘glamping’ units.
A music festival was also arranged by Tyson in his Ranch in February 2019. The fest went amazingly well with people listening to some live music, smoking weed and learning the health benefits of cannabis.
“I thought about how much good I could do by helping people with cannabis. It was a no-brainer. I’ve been fighting for over 20 years, and my body has a lot of wear and tear. I had two surgeries and I used marijuana to calm my nerves, and it would take the pain away. But before, they had me on those opiates, and those opiates had me all screwed up.” said Tyson, reports The Sun.
Not just music but the resort will also have sessions imparting knowledge on medicinal and health benefits on cannabis. Tyson’s partner Hickman spilled details about the project.
“He’s building a holistic center for health and wellness. There will be testing at the university. It’s going to be about educating people on the healing benefits, how to grow, and how to be in proper business.” said Tyson’s business partner, Rob Hickman in an interview with an international publication,” he said.
Medicinal use marijuana has been greenlit by the government in California. The 52-year-old retired heavyweight champion is carrying out research to help develop its clinical benefits with recreational usage.
So weed lovers here’s another addition to your travel bucket list! Good luck!
Disclaimer: Recreational use of marijuana can be harmful to health. Storypick doesn’t endorse the consumption of psychotropic substances.