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 The Clear, El Blunto and Mohave, and a recycling launch from Vessel.
El Blunto x Mohave: Special Edition Diamond-Infused Preroll
El Blunto has teamed up with Mohave Cannabis Co to release a special edition blunt infused with raw, terpene-rich cannabis diamonds. Hand-rolled and cured for 72 hours by El Blunto, these super stoney blunts contain two full grams of Mohave’s top-shelf Kush Cake flower and raw Kush Cake diamonds.
The Clear Concentrates: TWAX release
TWAX (pictured at the top of the article), The Clear’s new and extremely potent preroll is made with 1.25 grams of flower and infused with 200 milligrams of distillate — so it’s nothing to scoff at. This total THC bomb is also rolled with unbleached papers to deliver a smooth and dye-free session.
Available: AZ, CO, CA, WA, MI, OK, and NV
LOKI: Launch of Delta-8-infused enhanced seltzer
Delta-8 is a hemp byproduct that is purported to be more relaxing and less intoxicating than its THC counterpart — and it’s legal if it’s under .3% THC. If you’ve been on the fence about trying Delta-8, or are looking for an alternative to booze, now may be the time with LOKI’s recent launch of enhanced seltzer waters. Zero sugar and hemp-derived, these cans may be the answer to a mellow, alcohol-free afternoon.
Dad Grass: Mom Grass CBG joints
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and Dad Grass has just the right thing for the hemp-loving mamas out there: Mom Grass. Mom Grass joints — available in 5-packs and two-packs — are a calming blend of organic CBG flower. Light one up with your mom for a relaxing Sunday.
Vessel: New partnership with GAIACA Waste Revitalization
With GAIACA, Vessel batteries can now be disposed of in a more earth-friendly way through monthly collections of vape pen batteries. Simply drop your vape pen off at participating dispensaries to be recycled through a multi-step high-temperature, high-pressure process that separates the batteries into their component materials. Those materials are collected and sold for reuse.
Featured image courtesy of Grasslands.