Billionaire Kylie Jenner Endorses CBD-Infused Happy Tea

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CALABASAS, Calif. – The world’s youngest self-made cosmetics billionaire, Kylie Jenner—reportedly, currently celebrating her 22nd birthday with her glam reality family celebrity B-Day squad in Italy—has endorsed CBD-infused Happy Tea with a post on her influential Instagram page. reported that Jenner posted an image of herself, in a blushy red bikini, in some tropical locale, gazing thoughtfully off with doe eyes, and her container of Happy Tea. “Out of the office but didn’t forget my @HappyTea,” the post with a #ad.


The product is brainchild of Michael Gonzales, founder of the $75 million Fit Tea brand, an all-natural detox and weight loss tea that is available at major retailers including WalMart, GNC Wellness, and Bed, Bath & Beyond, among others. While promoting his detox products, Gonzales also used celebrity clout as a strategic component, to bring recognition to the Fit Tea brand. Clearly, his belief in influencers is still strong.

Happy Tea is a CBD-infused beverage blend, which uses extract from domestically grown, organic hemp. Non-psychoactive, with 10mg CBD per serving, a powdered blend comes in Zen Lemon and mixed berries flavors—simply add the contents of a stick pack to bottled water for CBD supplementation on the run. An organic oil option comes in Zen Punch flavor, and also can be added to beverages.

Affiliate opportunities for Happy Tea are available.

Instagram scheduling platform rates Jenner, the Kardashian/Jenner sibling, in first place of its Instagram Rich List, with 139,226,677 followers. Her rate per Instagram post is currently pegged at $1.2 million; up from 2018, when she rated a cool $1 million per post.

OG influencer and personality Kim Kardashian, who had son Psalm with rapper husband Kanye West in May, via surrogate, also is a CBD enthusiast. Prior to the birth, Kardashian threw a CBD-infused baby shower, which featured vape pens, infused oil massage, meditation with Tibetan singing bowls, yoga, and a reported luxe gift basket of CBD products for guests.