Of course you. But he's dead (you knew that). But thanks to fact that his wife saved six different strains that were apparently a part of his homegrown collection, a new Gonzo brand of cannabis will soon be available. Using the extracted DNA of these strains a cannabis company plans to replicate, grow and sell the good doctor's personal batch.
Given some of the bad branding deals that we see happening now with great frequency, where celebrities are merely lending their names to a new product or strain, this seems legitimate (and kind of fascinating).
As Hunter S. Thompson himself said, "it never got weird enough for me."