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Does Actress Mayim Bialik Sell CBD Gummies?

Acclaimed actress Mayim Bialik has appeared in several popular television shows over the course of multiple decades. For instance, Bialik was the title character on the hit sitcom Blossom in the early 1990s.

Bialik would later go on to appear as the wildly popular character Amy Farrah Fowler on Big Bang Theory from 2010-2019. She is currently a co-host on the quiz show Jeopardy! and in the opinion of the creators of this website she should be made the one and only permanent host!

Mayim has authored books, appeared on film as well as on television, has done voiceovers for many popular shows, and has a Doctor of Philosophy degree in neuroscience from UCLA (2007).

She is such a talented, funny, and intelligent person. Unfortunately, when someone is as famous as Mayim Bialik there will always be people trying to bootleg her likeness for profit.

That is apparently happening right now, with people on the web selling CBD gummies that they claim are from ‘Mayim Bialik’s CBD company.’

Bialik recently cleared the air via a tweet, which can be seen below embedded in its original form, in which she made it clear that she does not have a CBD company, nor does she intend to start one:

“Hi everyone. So… awkward: there are many untrue things floating around the internet about many public figures, but I want to address one about me that looks very authentic but is indeed a hoax. I am not selling CBD Gummies of any kind and do not plan to do so at any point in the future. I have tried to get this removed to no avail. It’s not real.” the tweet read.

It’s likely a safe bet that one of the reasons that Bialik was targeted, in addition to being famous, is the fact that she is an actual scientist. As much as we would love to see Mayim enter the cannabis industry, she has made it clear that she has no plans to do so, and we respect that personal decision.

For more information regarding spotting fake cannabis products, check out a previous article that we published with tips on how to tell if a cannabis edible is real or fake.