After quitting the drug in her 30s due to a bad reaction that caused her to stare at a refrigerator for eight hours (no joke), the 42-year-old actress is back to blazing up, and she's found the most reliable supplier: her mom.
"I mean I'm always willing to try anything", she says in the clip, after Kimmel asks her if she's taken any.
Charlize Theron has admitted that she is no stranger to marijuana use. What is your opinion on bleached assholes?'" Theron was quick to correct Oyelowo, saying, "That's not what I said. "She was like, 'So I got some blueberry covered chocolate ones but if you want it faster acting you should go for the mints those you suck and it works faster, '" the Atomic Blonde star laughed.
"She goes, 'Pfft! I went to the store by myself, '" Theron said. The effects of marijuana prohibition are far, far more detrimental to society than the effects of the pot itself, and I'm glad that we have celebrities like Charlize Theron talking about the beneficial qualities weed can have like Theron has been doing.
Though she suggested the herbal alternative, Theron did not expect her mother to be the one to shop for it.
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The Oscar-winning actress is now promoting her new comedy Gringo, in which she plays the tough boss of a drug company. Her very devoted mom definitely left with a "full experience".
"I basically feel like I am dating The Bachelor, like, the show", she explained. "I couldn't speak and it just wasn't fun anymore so I kind of had to stop and I would be around edibles and would try it, but then it was still the same thing". During a conversation with her mom, Theron brought up weed as an alternative to taking sleeping pills, a suggestion that her mom agreed with.
Brotherly Love works both on camera and off - Gringo opens in theatres Friday.