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What's new in weed: products and news from Cheeba Chews, Kin Slips, 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. So we're rounding up a few significant releases. This week, we look at releases by 5to9 Wellness, Glass House Farms, and more.
CBD brand 5to9 Wellness released its new Mind Unwind CBD tincture. Each 1-milliliter serving contains 10 milligrams CBD, 200 milligrams of lion's mane mushroom extract, and 100 milligrams of l-theanine for a calming effect.
Glass House Farms launched The Casitas Project this week, which is a small collection of limited-edition strains — grown on the company's Casitas-based farm — only available at Glass House dispensaries.
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Known for its infused candies, Cheeba Chews just launched a new THCV chocolate taffy. Only available in Colorado, the taffy contains a 2:1 ratio of THC (5 milligrams) to THCV (2.5 milligrams). With a punch of caffeine in every serving, this edible is meant to offer a boost of energy in its mix of cannabinoids.
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Kin Slips has partnered with California-based artists for its limited-edition release of sublingual strips. Dubbed “Flowerful,” the line comes in packaging designed by three artists: Chonto, Poppy Dodge, and Sasha Vu, and three strains: Wedding Cake, Forbidden Zkittlez, and Sour Berry.
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To celebrate the season, Kaneh Co. has released limited-edition holiday-inspired edibles.
New to the lineup:
Available: California and select dispensaries in Arizona, Michigan, and Oklahoma
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Tsumo just launched in California, offering salty and savory edibles in an otherwise sweets-saturated market. Each bag of snacks contains 10 milligrams of THC.