With so many great cannabis brands releasing exciting new products in new markets, it can be hard to keep track of every release or event. So we’re rounding up a few significant happenings in the industry. This week, we look at releases by Sonoma Hills Farm and more.
Select: cannabis donations through Dear Cannabis
Select recently teamed up with California-based Dear Cannabis, an organization that gives free products to patients in need via California’s compassionate care donation program.
From this partnership, 8,000 units of full-spectrum oil from Huckleberry Hills Farm will be distributed across California to qualifying medical patients free of charge. Find out more and where to get it here.
Sonoma Hills Farm: new sun-grown pre-rolls
Find it in single 1-gram hash-infused joints, or in 0.6-gram un-infused 4-packs and 0.6-gram infused 4-packs.
Kin Slips: new “essentials” line
Available nationwide, Kin Slips released its CBD version of its Shut Eye sublingual strips. Each vegan and gluten-free slip contains 5 milligrams CBN and 5 milligrams CBD.
HVGC: new re-fillable glass pre-rolls
The Helmand Valley Growers Company (HVGC) just launched its pre-packed glass chillums. Each chillum comes loaded with a diamond-dusted sativa, hybrid, or indica strain, and 100% of proceeds go directly to the Battle Brothers Foundation. Once finished with the flower within, you can reuse the chillum with your own favorite strains.
The People’s Wellness: new infused cooling balm
BIPOC-owned, The People’s Wellness just added to its topicals line-up with an infused cooling balm brimming with 500 milligrams of CBD along with shea butter, aloe vera, and other soothing ingredients.
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