Wyld, one of the top cannabis brands in the United States, has announced the launch of a new Sativa-enhanced blood orange gummy containing both THC and cannabichromene (CBC). The blood orange gummy is Wyld’s first to be made with CBC, which is one of the “Big 6 Cannabinoids” and found in the early stages of the cannabis maturation cycle. CBC is known for its potential mood-boosting and euphoric effects, and acts on specific receptors in the brain to support the activity of the endocannabinoid called anandamide.
Wyld CEO and co-founder Aaron Morris expressed his excitement about the new product,”At Wyld we are constantly looking to innovate and try different things,” said Morris. “I’m excited for people to experience something new with Wyld THC:CBC gummies.” The sativa-enhanced gummies will be available in the United States and Canada this Spring, and can be found using Wyld’s location mapper or at local retailers.
Headquartered in Clackamas, OR, Wyld is known for producing innovative, high-quality gummies and is committed to creating a more sustainable world. In addition to the launch of the new product, Wyld recently introduced their newest brand of solventless hash rosin gummies, Good Tide, and expanded into Illinois.
Wyld is a best-selling cannabis edibles brand in the United States and the fastest growing edibles brand in Canada. The Wyld family of brands includes Wyld, Wyld CBD, and Good Tide, all committed to creating a more sustainable future. For more information on Wyld’s products, availability, and sustainability initiatives, visit www.wyldcanna.com.
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