5 Women in Cannabis

5 Women in Cannabis

We all know that the cannabis world is growing rapidly, but did you also know that there are some fabulous celebrity women that are backing the industry?

Take a look at these heavy hitters and what they’re doing.

Kristen Bell – 41 – Actress

In 2020 Bell joined forces with Canadian CBD company Cronos in order to produce her Happy Dance line of products. Inspired by her own CBD skincare routine and being a mother, she wanted to develop products that take care of the people who take care of everyone else.


Martha Stewart – 80 – TV Personality

Known for cooking shows and books it's no surprise that Martha’s entry into the cannabis world is with a line of edibles and tinctures. Being friends with Snoop Dogg it’s probably no surprise that she took a dive into the industry after their cooking show “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party''.


Bella Thorne – 24 – Actress

From Disney to dank, Bella is mainly known for her roles in tv and film as well as her substantial social media following, but in recent years she has become a force in the cannabis world by launching her own recreational cannabis brand Forbidden Flowers in partnership with Glass House Farms in late 2019.


Whoopi Goldberg – 66 - Comedian

Whoopie and co-founder Maya Elisabeth launched Whoopi & Maya medical cannabis in 2016. The brand was aimed at getting medical cannabis prescribed to women for menstrual pain with a range of products including edibles. Unfortunately Whoopi has since left the company now known as Om Edibles.


Jane Fonda – 84 – Model & Actress

Since 2015, Jane has been the co-star in the cannabis-friendly Netflix series “Grace and Frankie”. She has since become a brand ambassador for Uncle Bud’s hemp and CBD products, enjoying the benefits of using tinctures and topicals.

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