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 ofdistillate — 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.
Hannah is a Seattle-based writer and editor. She’s worked in the cannabis industry for three years and continues to learn and explore.