Seth Rogen, Whoopi Goldberg and More Celebs Cashing In With Cannabis Products

Snoop Dogg, Tamra Judge and Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi have also explored the business long before 4/20

By Dominic-Madori Davis Apr 20, 2019 10:00 AMTags
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Some celebs truly have their sights set high!

From Whoopi Goldberg's announcement of her line "Whoopi & Maya," to Willie Nelson's "Willie's Reserve," it seems like more and more stars are exploring the CBD and cannabis business.

"As an activist, I've championed human rights, social issues and concerns of the disenfranchised, among other things," The View co-host previously wrote in an open letter. "My latest venture concerns a social issue near and dear to my heart: the right for women to have access to the analgesic and other therapeutic qualities of cannabis."

This seems to confirm a trend that has started long before 4/20. For some, weed is the new wine and owning a cannabis farm is so much cooler than owning a vineyard.

For Shahs of Sunset star Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi, she just recently announced that she is launching her own CBD-infused cocktail called The Mood Lifter, which will be available at Slate in New York City for a limited time starting today.

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"After 10 years of having Rheumatoid Arthritis and going through every class of medication to get some relief, I finally listened to my holistic mom and began treating my autoimmune disease with cannabis," the Bravo star shared exclusively with E! News when discussing her company Wüsah. "My health is better than it has been in nearly 15 years, so I knew that I had to make the world hear me somehow about this miracle healing plant so I created Wüsah, a cannabis wellness brand."

Ultimately, these stars are just a few of the many people exploring the business of cannabis in 2019. 

In honor of 4/20, check out our gallery below to see which of your favorite celebs have dipped their feet into cannabis brands and products.

La La Anthony

The actress joined luxury cannabis brand LEUNE as an investor. "I've been seeking to make an investment in the cannabis space for quite some time, but never found a brand that resonated with me until I came across Nidhi Lucky Handa and her products," La La said. "Founded by an extraordinary woman of color, LEUNE has both a mission and aesthetic that really strikes a chord."

Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart CBD is described as a premium line of delectable wellness gummies, soft gels and oil drops features flavor profiles like Meyer Lemon, Blood Orange, Kumquat and Huckleberry.

Brett Favre

The NFL quarterback entered the CBD space as the ambassador for new direct-to-consumer brand, Green Eagle

Rodney Wallace

The soccer stud recently launched Rewind by Rodney Wallace, a radically transparent, 100% THC-free brand. 

Eva Marcille

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star recently launched her cbd line called cEVAd, which includes a facial moisturizer called Radiance.

Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi

The Shahs of Sunset star launched Wüsah CBD products to help body ailments. "There are so many wonderful things this plant does that getting 'high' is the last thing that crosses my mind," the reality star shared with E! News. "It's about educating ourselves and learning about natural ways to heal ourselves without the harsh side effects of western medicine." 

Kailyn Lowry

The Teen Mom 2 star began selling weed-infused haircare a few years ago. Her company, potheadhair has products enchanced with CBD oil and is safe to use on all hair types. 

Whoopi Goldberg

A few years ago, The View co-host opened up Whoppi and Maya, a brand which focused on providing cannabis to women, formulated to help with menstrual cramps and discomforts.  "I am thrilled to partner with the amazing Maya Elisabeth to provide women an alternative for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with menstruation," Goldberg said on the website. "This was all inspired by my own experience from a lifetime of difficult periods and the fact that cannabis was literally the only thing that gave me relief."

Gwyneth Paltrow

Goop recently announced that it plans to partner with cannabis dispensary chain MadMen to release a new line of cannabis products, which will include cannabis-infused teas, CBD bath bombs and vape pens. 

Tamra Judge

The Real Housewives of Orange County star recently opened VENA wellness with her husband Eddie Judge. "We pride ourselves on producing all-natural CBD products that you can trust," their website states. "From our farm to your hands, you can be confident that you're getting only the highest quality CBD when you choose Vena Wellness."

Mike Tyson

The former boxer began building a cannabis farm in late 2017, in hopes to encourage more service members and veterans to try out some of the medicinal cannabis he plans on growing. 

Snoop Dog

The rapper launched his new line called "Leafs by Snoop," which comes in concentrates and eight strains of pre-packaged flowers. One can also purchase edibles, with the options of gummies, chocolate bars and peanut butter candy. 

Seth Rogen

The Pineapple Express star just launched his company called Houseplant, in collaboration with an Ontario-based grower Canopy Growth.  "Every decision we've made for the business reflects the years of education, first-hand experience and respect we have for cannabis," he said in a press statement

Martha Stewart

Last month, the same company that just opened shop with Seth Rogen announced they had plans to also work with Stewart on a few hemp-derived CBD products. 

Willie Nelson

Willie's Reserve sells vape pens, flowers and edibles including chocolate! "[It's] a trailblazing line of marijuana products that celebrate Willie's love of cannabis and the culture surrounding it," the website states. 

Jimmy Buffett

The "Margaritaville" singer licensed his Coral Reefer brand to a line of cannabis products developed in collaboration with Surterra Wellness, which include vaporizer formulas and vaporizer devices. "It never dawned on me that Coral Reefer would be anything other than a cool name for a tropical band born out of the Key West lifestyle in the mid-70s," Jimmy said in a press release. "But life is supposed to be about having fun and staying healthy enough to enjoy it. I think Coral Reefer will help a lot of folks do that."

Don't forget to consume responsibly and always consult with a doctor when using for medical purposes.