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CBD gummies for “severe and critical” pain relief? Sorry, but Dolly Parton — country music legend, actress, businesswoman, and dedicated philanthropist — isn’t rolling with it.
In a post shared to her Instagram on Feb. 1, Ms. Parton is shutting down claims that she endorses questionable marijuana-based CBD and ketogenic products, amid outcry from fans.
As has been widely reported, social media advertisements have been claiming the benefits of Dolly Parton-branded CBD and keto gummies to relieve joint pain, sleepless nights and even “reverse dementia.”
“Dolly Parton is not affiliated with, has not endorsed, and is not associated with any keto or CBD gummy product. She’s more the cake, cookie, and cornbread type,” the post, which was signed “Team Dolly,” read. (She has recently partnered with Duncan Hines for a line of cake products.)