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Grön Unveils Enhanced Cannabis-Infused Edibles, Exclusively for Oregon

Rosin extraction technology used to enhance bioavailability, potency, and sustainability.





Cannabis-infused edibles maker, Grön (pronounced grewn), has a reformulated line of edibles available exclusively in Oregon. Sugar-Coated Pearls, MEGA Pearls, Pips, & Chocolate are now made with rosin, a solventless high-quality concentrate that “delivers the fullest expression of the cannabis plant without sacrificing the taste,” says the company.

The hash rosin extraction process preserves all of the full-spectrum cannabinoids and beneficial plant properties, increasing their bioavailability for a more potent, full-bodied experience. The rosin extraction method involves using only temperature and pressure to create a rich, cannabis concentrate, states Portland, OR based Grön. Solventless extraction also eliminates the need for chemicals and reduces the high energy cost and waste associated with other common extraction methods.

The decision to reformulate the Grön line of edibles was based “on the mission to provide an elevated experience that meets the current consumer demand,” says the woman-led company. Through the reformulation, Grön is applying the latest cannabis extraction technology “to offer the full benefits of the cannabis plant while staying true to Oregon’s cannabis culture.”



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