And yes, there are gummies... or pâte de fruits, actually.

By Jelisa Castrodale
September 10, 2020
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Martha Stewart has spent this summer dropping knowledge and serving lewks on her Instagram account. She's pretty much given the go-ahead to make your Martha-Ritas as strong as possible (and to drink them out of glasses bigger than the average birdbaths). She seriously stunned the internet with a picture from her East Hampton pool and, because she's Martha Stewart, she also casually suggested that you could start diamond painting or building your own dollhouses at any time.

Credit: Martha Stewart CBD

After all that, she's somehow found a minute to launch her own line of CBD products too, and they're the most Martha Stewart gummies and oils that you could possibly imagine. She has partnered with hemp and cannabis company Canopy Growth Corporation, and the initial launch includes a trio of hemp-derived supplements, all of them "inspired by ingredients grown in Martha's own greenhouse."

Left: Credit: Martha Stewart CBD
Right: Credit: Martha Stewart CBD

As of this writing, the Martha Stewart-brand products include CBD Wellness Gummies deliver 10mg of CBD isolate per gummy, CBD softgels (25 mg of CBD isolate per gel), and CBD oil drops (25 mg per 1mL dropper). The gummies are currently available in two different flavors, Citrus Medley (a combination of Blood Orange, Kumquat, and Meyer Lemon) and Berry Medley (a combo of Black Raspberry, Huckleberry, and Raspberry). The CBD oil is sold in Blood Orange, Meyer Lemon, or unflavored varieties, and the softgels are all unflavored. The gummies all retail for $34.99, while the softgels and oils are $44.99.

“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,” Stewart said in a statement. “I set out to create the most delicious CBD products on the market, drawing inspiration from some of my favorite recipes and flavor profiles from my greenhouse and gardens. My wellness gummies closely resemble the French confections, pâte de fruits, rather than the sticky, overly sweet versions you might find elsewhere."

Literally no one but Martha Stewart would think "You know, I'd like to find a way to enter the now-flourishing CBD space, but only if I can design a product that is reminiscent of pâte de fruits." Regardless, there are already plans to offer additional items as early as this fall, and eventually, there will be CBD-enhanced pet products and swanky gift sets of assorted CBD items.

Martha Stewart CBD is only available on shopcanopy.com, and you might want to stock up before you start building that first dollhouse. It won't make the end result look any better, but it might make you feel slightly less stressed about it.