LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A Los Angeles woman is stamping out the stench of medical marijuana with a line of odor-controlling purses.
Jeanine Moss grew up in Venice Beach but spent 30 years as an advertising executive in New York.READ MORE: Threats Investigated Against Several Southern California Schools; Students Removed, Taken Into Custody In Santa Monica, Buena Park
After she had hip surgery, she says, she was given heavy doses of prescription painkillers that turned her into walking zombie.
At 62, she discovered medical marijuana and quickly realized a need among women her age using the drug.READ MORE: Medina Spirit, Kentucky Derby Winner That Failed Drug Test, Dies During Workout At Santa Anita Park
“We want to smell like Chanel, not cannabis,” she told CBS2/KCAL9’s Brittney Hopper.
Moss left her executive job in New York and moved back to Los Angeles to focus on the line of luxury handbags and accessories she calls AnnaBis.
“Here you have an odor-controlled pocket, which is lined with a resin film sealed with an air-tight zipper,” she explained.MORE NEWS: California Bans Sales Of New Gas-Powered Lawn Mowers To Curb Emissions
AnnaBis purses and accessories are sold online.