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Columbia Care Introduces New Line of Formulated Cannabis Tablets

Balancing cannabinoids and healthy extracts, PRESS 2.0 products are now available in five U.S. markets.




The new line of Press 2.0 THC, CBD and CBG tablets created by Columbia Care include morning focused Shine, containing CBG, green tea extract, turmeric and vitamin C to fine tune the start of your day. PHOTO PRESS/COLUMBIA CARE

If you’ve been waiting for your inspiration to come in a pill, Columbia Care (CSE: CCHW) (OTCQX: CCHWF), one of the nation’s top MSO providers of medical cannabis and ranked #6 among the Global Cannabis 50, has launched new cannabis tablets under its PRESS brand.

Three new PRESS 2.0 hard-pressed tablets – Shine, Rally and Doze – are now available across Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Virginia and West Virginia, with launches in additional states planned. The company says PRESS 2.0 was created as a portable, convenient cannabis consumption option.

“A growing number of patients and customers are looking for a discreet and reliable way to consume cannabis – which is exactly what our PRESS brand offers,” said BJ Carretta, SVP of Brands, Columbia Care. “PRESS 2.0 goes a step further by offering patients and customers the opportunity to explore three consciously crafted formulations with a range of THC to CBD, or THC to CBG ratios, plus functional ingredients.”

All three new products feature fast-acting cannabis and special formulations designed for morning, afternoon, and night routines: Shine tablets include CBG, green tea extract, turmeric and vitamin C to fine tune your morning; Rally tablets are made with CBG, turmeric and vitamin B12 for the afternoon slump; and the Doze tablets feature CBD and magnesium to wind down your day.

For more information about PRESS and PRESS 2.0, visit




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