Veteran WWE Former WWF Star Hulk Hogan Launches New Cannabis Brand Named After Him
The famous WWE star Hulk Hogan (Original name Terry Gene Bollea), who will turn 70 in August, has announced the launch of his own brand of cannabis, which includes THC, CBD and mushroom products, which he says will l 'help' me feel better than ever, like I felt at the age of 25". For decades, Hulk Hogan's name has helped him get into a variety of endeavors, from acting to opening a restaurant. But his latest initiative will not fail to surprise.
According to an interview with TMZ Sports, Hulk Hogan is in the process of opening a brand of cannabis with the company Carma HoldCo, the origin of “Tyson 2.0” by Mike Tyson and “Ric Flair Drip” by Ric Flair. Although there is no official launch date, Chad Bronstein, President of Carma HoldCo, said the brand will include not only THC, but also CBD and "functional mushrooms".
After numerous surgeries during decades of fighting, Hogan said he attributes "his good shape" to his use of THC and CBD.
I always joke that I didn't get the memo that this stuff was 'wrong' and after 10 back surgeries, two knees and two hips, it's just a situation where you get hurt all the time Hogan told Babcock on TMZ Sports.
Hogan also said that using THC and CBD allowed him to stop taking prescription drugs and helped him in his daily life.
It definitely helped me because as I said before, over time the drug prescriptions ended up taking Tylenol, Advil and Aleve so that eventually it no longer works for me,” Hogan said. When I walked away from those meds and into the world of CBD, it was a real game-changer, whether it was my sleep, inflammation, the way my wrists and joints make me suffer, in all areas, it has helped me stay healthy.
The THC and CBD markets have seen a huge surge in popularity over the past few years, and more people than ever are turning to these natural compounds to help them manage a range of health issues. It looks like it helped Hogan, so his company will be looking to help others.
Hulk Hogan now joins the cannabis business, he believes so much in the power of CBD and THC that he partners with Carma HoldCo to create his own line of cannabis, following in the footsteps of Mike Tyson and Ric Flair .