With so many great cannabis brands releasing exciting new products in new markets, it can be hard to keep track of every release. So we’re rounding up a few significant releases. This week, we look at releases by Socati and Impact Naturals, Tastebudz, and a partnership announcement from Cookies.
Tastebudz: Launch of strain-specific CBN gummy
Colorado-based edibles brand, Tastebudz, has just released a line of strain-specific cannabinol (CBN) gummies to round out its regular line of strain-specific THC gummies. Each bottle of 10 blueberry lavender-flavored gummies are made with broad-spectrum cannabis oil and contain a ratio of 10 milligrams CBN to 10 milligrams THC per gummy.
Peels: Launch of non-hemp CBD oil
For those wary of trying cannabidiol (CBD) due to trace amounts of THC sometimes present in hemp-based products, new brand Peels has just launched a line of oils that derive CBD from orange peels. The one-serving dropper contains 33.3 milligrams of THC-free CBD oil — along with medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil — that tastes just like a sweet Creamsicle, sans sugar.
Socati and Impact Naturals: New CBD capsules
Hemp extracts producers Socati and Impact Naturals have teamed up to deliver a new line of infused capsules consisting of CBD, CBG, and CBN, with ingredients such as melatonin, ginkgo biloba, and more. The capsules range in desired effects where consumers can choose from Revive (CBD + CBG + ginkgo biloba), Restore (CBD + CBG), or Rest (CBD + CBN + melatonin) depending on their needs.
ReCreate and Pilgrim Soul: New cannabis creativity journal
Edibles brand ReCreate and cannabis lifestyle brand Pilgrim Soul have partnered up to release a new cannabis creativity journal. In this journal, you’ll find unique writing challenges and thought-provoking prompts meant to get the creative juices flowing while you light up.
Partnership: Gage Growth brings Cookies cannabis to Canada
Canadians will soon be able to find Cookies brand cannabis on dispensary shelves through its new partnership with Gage Growth Corp. By the end of 2021, Cookies will first be available exclusively in Ontario with additional plans to expand its reach to other provinces and territories. The brand also plans to open its own store by the end of the year.
Featured image courtesy of Impact Naturals