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Bakked is the Newest Brand from the Largest Cannabis Company in the US


New Strain-Specific Distillates Focus on Flavor and Potency

DENVER, CO–(Marketwired – November 07, 2016) – Organa Brands, the global leader in cannabis oil manufacturing and distribution, has just released Bakked, a pure and potent brand of cannabis distillate products produced through supercritical CO2 extraction and molecular distillation.

Bakked distillates are unique by offering only strain-specific, small batch distillates with a special emphasis on cannabinoid and terpene purification. Bakked products boast total cannabinoid potencies up to 97 percent, making them some of the most potent and pure cannabis products available.

Organa Brands, makers of O.penVAPE, Organa Labs, Magic Buzz and Bakked branded products, now turn their attention to the multi-million dollar cannabis concentrate market. The new brand is timely as non-flower products, including concentrates, are predicted to overtake the sale of flower products in states like Colorado as early as 2017.

Ralph Morgan, CEO of Organa Brands, said, “Bakked is a product of market demand for concentrates that are pure, safe and consistent.” Morgan went on to say, “Distillates are the newest trend in the emerging cannabis market. Our scientists have discovered new ways to present cannabis oils with distinctive profiles that are rich in flavor and pure in formulation.”

The line will launch with strain-specific PURE CO2 distillate, TERPENE RICH CO2 distillate and RAW CO2 distillate all made from the highest quality, locally grown cannabis.

The products will be available in immediately in California, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada with Arizona, Massachusetts and Maine coming soon.

About Organa Brands

With products in more than 1,200 dispensaries nationwide and ancillary products distributed in 7 countries, Organa Brands has established itself as the global leader within the cannabis industry. Organa Brands enjoys a mutually beneficial relationship with its network of affiliates who are licensed to manufacture and sell O.penVAPE, Magic Buzz, Organa Labs and Bakked branded infused cannabis products and accessories. Licensees in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon employ Organa Labs technology and processes to manufacture cannabis oil through supercritical CO2 extraction. Now, medical marijuana patients and cannabis enthusiasts have broader access to pure, safe and consistent products. Please visit for more information.

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