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George Harrison Estate and Dad Grass Celebrate Grammy Win and Over 50 Years of ‘All Things Must Pass’

At the 64th annual Grammy Awards ceremony at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 3, the George Harrison Estate accepted a Grammy Award for “Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package” after releasing the All Things Must Pass, 50th Anniversary Edition. Last August saw the number-one album in the country. Billboard Top Rock Albums chart, over 20 years after Harrison’s departure from the material world.

Today, Dad Grass announced a collaboration with the George Harrison Estate of CBD + CBG prerolls and accessories. The scope of his influence in music is difficult to gauge, as Harrison’s extraordinary talent emerged from the best-selling musical act of all time in certified sales.

“George himself was a mystic blend. A blend of cultures, styles, times—you name it,” Dad Grass’ co-founders Ben Starmer and Joshua Katz told Chronic News. “He was living proof that certain blends, of the right ingredients and in the proper proportions, do it better. The result was a completely new joint. This mix is a combination of Mom Grass CBG flowers and Dad Grass CBD. CBD to promote physical harmony, and CBG to improve mental clarity. A peaceful balance of our two favorite and most enlightening cannabinoids, all wrapped up to deliver what we call a ‘heart high’.”

Courtesy The George Harrison Estate / Dad Grass

Starmer and Katz continued, “It might sound cheesy, but it’s our love song to George and his beautiful dualities. This is our tribute to George Katz as a spark for creativity and connection. A special blend that we hope is worthy of George’s name and legacy.”

No other Beatles estate has ever ventured into the realm of cannabis or hemp. This collaboration began as an amusing joke but quickly blossomed into something more. 

“Both Dad Grass and the George Harrison Estate like to work with friends who share similar sensibilities, sense of humor, and sense of what the world needs,” they said in a joint statement. “What started as a casual ‘wouldn’t it be classic if…’ conversation amongst friends (mostly around the idea of ‘All Things Must Grass!’) quickly became a ‘we have to do something together’ type thing.”

Dad Grass ‘All Things Must Grass’ Collection

You can order the collection online right now and it will also be in store at selected retailers throughout the United States later this month. Dad Grass has federal legal status thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill—meaning it can be delivered to doorsteps across the country via USPS. Hemp products have a different regulation, provided they don’t contain 0.3% THC by dry weight.

Here’s a teaser video by Jess Rotter.

Out of this, the lead product All Things Must GrassThe Special Blend George Harrison Dad Grass Five Pack is part of this collection, Pre-rolls made with a mixture of CBD and CBG-rich hemp plant responsibly grown in the U.S. CBD has been proven to improve physical harmony while CBG can promote mental clarity.

Many people—myself included—quit smoking tobacco cigarettes with the help of hemp, as nicotine is the main culprit for impulsive cigarette cravings. Smoking a hemp cigarette fulfills the psychological need to smoke something, but the person isn’t getting any nicotine, which is far different in terms of cravings.

Most people are aware of the enormous impact of cannabis in The Beatles’ music, but the band members also did more than the average cannabis advocate. A full-page, expensive ad in the Daily Mail is a costly way to advertise your business. London Times on July 24, 1967, Harrison joined The Beatles, manager Brian Epstein, and a few dozen activists to urge lawmakers—insistently—to legalize pot in the U.K. A near-mythical visit from Bob Dylan is often cited as their first experience, but Harrison wrote in a memoir that they’d been exposed to it by a fellow drummer’s older brother in Liverpool.

This collaboration includes merchandise such as George Harrison’s signature rolling papers and a rolling tray. It also contains buttons, pins matches, stickers, limited-edition silk-screened posters, button, match, sticker, and a special edition All Things Must Grass Dad Stash. This version of Dad Grass’ stashing system disguises a pack of Special Blend joints as an All Things Must PassDouble cassette box to hide grass. Visit here for more details about the various components.

Courtesy The George Harrison Estate / Dad Grass

All Things Must Pass Anniversary Edition

Phil Spector recorded while the Beatles were together and beginning to separate. All Things Must PassGeorge Harrison. It was The Beatles’ best-selling solo album, selling more copies than John Lennon’s Think about it and Paul McCartney and Wings’ Band on the RunJohn Bergstrom says that they could be combined PopMatters. As of 2019, it was six times certified platinum

The George Harrison Estate announced that the George Harrison Estate would be closing on August 6, 2021. All Things Must Pass the 50th Anniversary EditionThe book is available in several formats. The Harrison family created this book. All Things Must PassRemixed from original tapes to celebrate the 50th Anniversary. Dhani Harrison was his son and executive producer. He was produced by David Zonshine. Paul Hicks, a triple Grammy Award-winning engineer (The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. John Lennon) mixed the mix.

“[…] Bringing greater sonic clarity to this record was always one of my father’s wishes and it was something we were working on together right up until he passed in 2001,” Dhani Harrison said last August. “Now, 20 years later, with the help of new technology and the extensive work of Paul Hicks we have realized this wish and present to you this very special 50th Anniversary release of perhaps his greatest work of art. Every wish will be fulfilled.”

One way you can celebrate the Grammy Award win and continuation of the 50th anniversary is with Dad Grass’ unique collaboration.