We wanted to give a shoutout to Mountain High Suckers’ awesome collaborator, Josh Blue.
Josh Blue, a Denver-local and stand-up comedian who happens to have cerebral palsy, advanced to the finals of America’s Got Talent to win third place. Check out Josh’s full lineup of hilarious performances on AGT.
Josh Blue’s appearance on AGT isn’t his first time in the national spotlight. In 2006, he won the 4th season of Last Comic Standing. In 2004, he represented the United States in the U.S. Paralympic Soccer Team in Athens, Greece. He’s done several stand-up specials and has made numerous TV appearances, in addition to the 200+ shows he does a year.
Plus, don’t miss Josh Blue’s long-awaited return to Ellen, where he was the first stand-up comedian ever to appear on the show.
Mountain High Suckers was proud to partner with Josh Blue to create Josh Blue’s Dream Suckers. Made with the Blue Dream cannabis, it’s Josh’s go-to strain for medicinal effects.
Josh has been using cannabis and our edibles for years to treat his cerebral palsy symptoms.
“Some edibles, they’ll creep up on you. It takes a while, and you don’t know if it’s working…but with this, within ten minutes, you’re feeling the effects of it.”
Because our suckers are dual-acting, meaning both through your mouth (sub-lingual) and through your bloodstream, they’re also the perfect edible for medical patients with a quick but long-lasting effect.
A long-time cannabis supporter, Josh explained, “We’ve been treating it like it was legal for years anyway, so it didn’t make too much of a difference when they legalized it. It’s really great, though. You don’t need a medical card or anything like that. There’s dispensaries everywhere, and it’s bringing in a shitload of tax revenue. I think a lot more states will start legalizing it.”
Josh also recently started a tour in Missouri where Mountain High Suckers plans to roll out more of our collaborated product: Josh Blue’s Dream.
Mountain High Suckers is extremely proud of Josh’s recent accomplishments on America’s Got Talent and his continued work with the Colorado cannabis community.