Martha Stewart’s line of CBD products made in partnership with Canada’s Canopy Growth Corporation are available.
Stewart built a multimillion-dollar fortune as a television personality and lifestyle expert, joined Canopy as an advisor in late February 2019. (She sold her company for $215 million recently to Marquee Brands, where Stewart she serves as chief creative officer.)
“I’ve found that CBD supplements are a simple way to enhance my own health and wellness, especially when it comes to managing the stresses of daily life… [she] set out to create the most delicious CBD products on the market.”
Thousands of CBD brands are all vying for a slice of a rapidly emerging segment that is expected to reach $12.4 billion in sales by 2023, according to the Brightfield Group who said sales of CBD products are expected to grow 14% in 2020, to $4.7 billion.
Canopy CEO David Klein has said he expects U.S. CBD sales to hit $10 billion by 2023, and that CBD pet products could reach $600 million annually.
Martha Stewart-branded CBD products range in price from $34.99 to $44.99, and made with unique flavors like kumquat, huckleberry, and blood orange, among others.
“My wellness gummies closely resemble the French confections… rather than the sticky, overly sweet versions you might find elsewhere.”
In a recent New York Times piece, the reporter asks Martha what dosage she should take. Stewart replies,
“It depends on who you are. I pop 20 of them and just feel OK, but some of my friends do two and feel high, I don’t know why. It’s not high like a marijuana high. It’s a CBD high, like, relaxed…”
“You don’t think that you’re eating anything but pâte de fruit.”
Snoop Dogg introduced her marijuana and its effects at Comedy Central’s 2015 Roast of Justin Bieber.
“We sat next to each other for seven hours.
Snoop must have smoked 10 giant fat blunts, and I inhaled all that smoke. I felt really good.”
For Stewart, making the cannabis products and partaking in them is about keeping up with the times.
“I’m very interested in what is new and what is happening. Like, I have an electric car. I have a Tesla. I adopted the computer before most of my friends — in 1982, I bought my first IBM.
I’m an early adopter of a lot of things. That keeps you very on your toes, it keeps you extremely avant-garde, it keeps you current. I want to be current.”
OK, I’ll admit it, I’m sold. I want to try some… if you do too, you can go here.
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This week we launched the Martha Stewart line of CBD wellness gummies and oils The New York Times style section wrote a fabulous article in the Thursday style section focusing on the CBD products Go to shopcanopy.com. if you want to buy any of our products – you will love them.
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