Women of Cannabis: Inspired by Snoop Dog, Martha Stewart’s love for CBD grows
Martha Stewart has accomplished many things during her career: She has written nearly 100 lifestyle books, she has had multiple successful TV shows and she became the first female self-made billionaire when her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, went public in 1999. That is to name a few.
Although Martha Stewart appears to be prim and proper, she’s quite the free spirit with an open mind. Such is reflected in her involvement and acceptance of Cannabis. Stewart says she became curious about CBD after working with rapper Snoop Dogg (aka Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.), who is a known cannabis user.
“Like with CBD, my curiosity, which was initially kindled by Snoop Dogg. I mean I did three seasons of our show, “Martha and Snoop Dog Potluck Dinner Party,” learning a lot about cannabis. I’m not a user of cannabis but then I got very interested in not only cannabis but also in hemp and the derivatives.
I’m very interested in supplements...in what will make you live longer, what will make your brain stay clear and what will make you continue to be active. Those are the kinds of things that I’m looking for, not the secret to eternal youth — I’m not taking injections. But I am trying very hard to keep myself in as good shape as possible for a long as possible.” She says as she describes her experience with starting off with CBD. She’s someone who cannot meditate due to her nature and she claims CBD has helped her a great deal in overcoming her insomnia.It’s amazing to see such big names advocate for and support CBD. Some like Martha Stewart even go as far as launching their own CBD brand. Such women inspire us every day and if they inspire you too, we’re here to help you get started on your CBD journey. Shop our wide range of products and use the code WMN10 at check out for 10% off.