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Wana Brands top selling products now available in Oregon



Partnership with Oregon Bud Company launches with Wana Brands’ most popular products

Clackamas, Ore. (July 13, 2016) – Leading infused products producer Wana Brands’ most popular products, including Sour Gummies, Wana Rolls and Wana Jewels, are now available in Oregon through a partnership with premiere marijuana group Oregon Bud Company (OBC).

“Oregon’s legal Cannabis market is facing a major sea change as new laws are implemented. With Wana Brands’ knowledge of compliance as well as our proven best-selling products, we are providing safe and consistent access for Oregon’s legal marijuana market with our partner Oregon Bud Company,” said Nancy Whiteman, Co-Founder, Wana Brands.

Wana has been a leader in the Colorado edibles industry since 2010, providing the state’s most delicious and consistent edibles in over 400 of the 480 dispensaries in Colorado. Wana Edibles’ incredible line-up of cannabis edibles includes Sour Gummies, Wana Rolls, Classic Caramels, Wana Jewels, Cinnamints, Hot Cocoa and Drink Mixes. Additionally, Wana Brands offers the world’s first extended release Cannabis capsule, WanaCapsXR.

“There is a huge demand in Oregon for consistent reliable marijuana infused products,” said Courtney Davis, Native Oregonian, Owner and General Manager of Oregon Bud Company. “Oregon Bud Company partnered with Wana Brands because of its reputation for the highest quality of products, as well as their outstanding professionalism. We look forward to introducing our customers to these delicious new products for the Oregon market.”

Oregon Bud Company’s mission is to provide patients and customers with the highest quality marijuana products at the best values. By controlling the cultivation process from start to finish, OBC can monitor the quality of their strains and ensure that no harmful chemicals, pesticides or harmful additives are used on the plants. OBC has dispensaries in Clackamas, Beaverton, Keizer, Portland and Newport, and continues to search for great locations throughout Oregon.

As Wana Brands expands, it will be adding additional edibles products to its Wana Edibles line, as well products for the Wana Extracts and Wana Medicinals divisions. Wana Extracts offers a full range of concentrates including all styles of hash and vape oil. Wana Medicinals features the world’s first extended release Cannabis capsule, through a partnership with Cannabics Pharmaceuticals. WanaCapsXR offers two high CBD formulations, which use CBD oil from Colorado grown, organic hemp to ensure top quality and safety.

Contact: Shawna McGregor at 917 971 7852 or [email protected].

Wana Brands: Enhance Your Life. Wana Brands leads the Cannabis infused products industry in quality, consistency and potency, with a product line that includes Wana Edibles, Wana Extracts and Wana Medicinals. Wana products include a full line of edibles, custom hash, vape oil, and WanaCapsxr, a family of extended release cannabis capsules that provide medicinal benefits for up to 12 hours. Wana Brands products are currently available in Colorado and Oregon, and will be entering the Nevada market in 2016. For more information, visit Become a fan of Wana on Facebook. Follow Wana on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

About Oregon Bud Company: For Oregon Bud Company, quality isn’t just a word to us, it is a way of life…a “Greener Way of Life”. Our dispensaries are open 7 days/week and it is our mission to become the most reliable, dependable dispensary brand in Oregon. OBC is the place to find the highest-quality strains combined with a massive selection of edibles, concentrates, and infused products. Connect With OBC though Facebook and Twitter, check out our menus on Leafly and WeedMaps, or check out daily specials by visiting our website at


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