Hunter S. Thompson's marijuana strain to be sold as Gonzo in Colorado

Author Hunter S.Thompson arrives at the closing party for the CineVegas Film Festival at the Palms Hotel Las Vegas on June 21, 2003, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Fans of the late writer Hunter S. Thompson may soon be able to buy the same marijuana he once smoked, CBS radio station KCBS reports.

Thompson’s widow Anita Thompson posted on Facebook that she’s found a way to extract the DNA from marijuana and hashish Thompson used, which she saved after he committed suicide 11 years ago.

She said she intends to offer the pot under the Gonzo label in her home state of Colorado, where recreational pot is legal as well as in other states.

The Gonzo pot will enter a marketplace where “celebrity pot” is already common, including Marley Natural, created by a Silicon Valley-backed weed startup that licensed Bob Marley’s likeness.

Willie Nelson offers Willie’s Reserve, which he claimed is “the best on the market.”

Snoop Dogg has his own marijuana strain as does rapper Riff Raff.