Legalized marijuana and CBD have been yielding very impressive profits, so it’s no wonder a number of celebrities from various parts of the entertainment world have been trying to get in on the action.
Here are just eight celebrities with their own marijuana/CBD brands.
Gronk announced that he has partnered with Abacus Health in launching a new line of CBD products called CBDMedic. The former New England Patriots tight end said he “...immediately made CBDMedic part of my recovery. And now for the first time in more than a decade, I am pain-free. And that is a big deal.” He hopes the NFL will allow players to use CBD in the future to help with pain management.
In addition to actual marijuana, Willie’s Reserve also sells cannabis-infused chocolate and hard edibles.
The Academy Award-winning actress and co-host of 'The View' got into the medical marijuana business in 2008 along with Om Edibles founder Maya Elisabeth. Their Whoopi & Maya line of bath products, body balms, tinctures and edibles is marketed toward women looking for natural relief of painful menstrual cycles.
Not only does Marley Natural sell its own “legal herbs,” it also features a whole line of high-end pipes and storage containers.
Etheridge used medical marijuana when she was battling cancer in the early 2000s, and since then she’s partnered with Greenway Compassionate Relief to create Greenway Wine, a wine infused with pot.
The Five Finger Death Punch frontman recently announced his new CBD company, Moody's Medicinals, back in June 2019 that includes CBD throat sprays and CBD water.
The comedian’s product line is available in Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, Oregon and Washington and includes pre-rolled joints to THC breath strips. Chong's Choice has also expanded to include various CBD products, including vape pens, edibles and tincture.
Motocross athlete/P!nk's husband Carey Hart recently announced his CBD brand, HartLuck CBD, which features tinctures, salves, and gel capsules.