June 9, 2022

What’s new in weed: products and news from Incredibles, Tilt, and more

What's new in weed: products and news from Incredibles, Tilt, and more

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 Veritas Fine Cannabis and more.  Dr. Greenthumb: Sixth location opening Dr. Greenthumb has recently opened its doors at its sixth location in Los Angeles. Close to LAX, you can find the new spot at 5494 W. Centinela Ave. Los Angeles, CA. Available: California Find Dr. Greenthumb — LAX Incredibles: Launch of two new gummies Colorado edibles brand Incredibles has released two new gummies called Boost and Snoozierberry.  Boost is meant for daytime consumption and contains 10 milligrams THCV, 5 milligrams CBD, and 1 milligram THC per piece. The Snoozierberry gummy is meant for nighttime consumption and contains 10 milligrams THC, 5 milligrams CBN, and 5 milligrams CBG per piece — both gummies are made with pure THC distillate.  Available: Colorado Find Incredibles Tilt: New biodegradable mouthpiece Dubbed “PLAnt”, Phoenix-based cannabis company Tilt has released its new biodegradable vape mouthpieces in celebration of Earth Day. The environmentally-friendly vape pen tool can degrade in a matter of months once tossed.  Available: Arizona Veritas Fine Cannabis: IPA collaboration 

Now available at its Colorado dispensaries, Veritas Fine Cannabis has teamed up with beer brand Oskar Blues for the release of the Veritasty, a 7.0% ABV IPA inspired by the terpenes found in Veritas’ Slap N Tickle cannabis strain.  Available: Colorado Find Veritas Fine Cannabis Floyd’s of Leadville: New bedtime softgels Floyd’s of Leadville has expanded its product line with its new CBD softgells containing a 2:1 blend of CBN to CBG to promote sleep and relaxation.  Available: Colorado Find Floyd’s Fine Cannabis The post What's new in weed: products…

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