Gwynnie the Cannabis Queen

She has never been short of 'useful' advice for the modern woman, but this may be Gwyneth Paltrow's pottiest move yet.

She has never been short of 'useful' advice for the modern woman, but this may be Gwyneth Paltrow's pottiest move yet.

She has never been short of 'useful' advice for the modern woman, but this may be Gwyneth Paltrow's pottiest move yet.

Her lifestyle empire Goop is set to capitalise on California's newly relaxed cannabis laws by promoting a range of marijuana products which, according to its advocates, can promote well-being.

The wacky Goop brand, known for backing such bizarre therapies as vaginal steaming and coffee enemas, will soon provide vaporiser pens and cannabis tea bags, and even pot-based recipes, including how to make a Pimm's-based 'Cannabis Cup' cocktail.

Miss Paltrow, 45, has admitted to smoking cannabis and is collaborating with marijuana superstore MedMen – described as 'the Starbucks of weed' – for the new venture.

A plethora of Gwynnie-approved products now feature on a Goop-branded wall in one of MedMen's branches in California, where the drug was legalised in January.

THE BATH BOMB: Bath bombs made by Kush Queen celebrate ‘women who love cannabis’ for about £10 each. They each contain essential oils and 25mg of CBD

THE BATH BOMB: Bath bombs made by Kush Queen celebrate 'women who love cannabis' for about £10 each. They each contain essential oils and 25mg of CBD

THE HIPPY TEA: Cannabis tea brand Kikoko provides tea bags for about £6 a bag, or in packs of ten. Try Tranquili-Tea for calmness, or Sensuali-Tea for sexual enhancement

THE HIPPY TEA: Cannabis tea brand Kikoko provides tea bags for about £6 a bag, or in packs of ten. Try Tranquili-Tea for calmness, or Sensuali-Tea for sexual enhancement

The American chain, whose mission is to 'mainstream marijuana', was even the official sponsor of a £500-a-head 'In Goop Health' conference in Los Angeles this month.

The company ran panels on the purported benefits of cannabis and handed out gift bags full of ganja goodies to

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