Olivia Newton-John, a CBD & Marijuana advocate, Died of Cancer.


By Therin Miller | August 9, 2022


Olivia Newton-John stated she'd been treating her breast cancer with cannabinoid oil cultivated by her husband, John Easterling, shortly after being diagnosed with it for the third time in 2017. Newton-John died August 8th. She was 73 years old.


In 2018, Newton-John remarked, "In California, it's allowed to cultivate a certain quantity of plants for your own therapeutic needs," adding that her husband "makes me tinctures." They alleviate discomfort. I hope it will soon be offered in Australia to all cancer patients and those suffering from cancer-related pain."

In 2017, Chloe Lattanza stated that her mother was utilizing "CBD oil and other alternative healing therapies, as well as medical medicine, to battle this." Newton-John was initially diagnosed in 1992 and again in 2013 and 2017.


Newton-John, who was born in the United Kingdom and reared in Australia, first charted in the United States with "Let Me Be There" in 1973, followed by back-to-back No. 1 successes with "I Honestly Love You" and "Have You Never Been Mellow" in 1974 and 1975, respectively.


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