CHICAGO (August 25, 2020) — Wana Brands, America’s favorite cannabis-infused product manufacturer, has expanded its Illinois offerings to include its popular Exotic Yuzu 2:1 CBD/THC ratio option, through its exclusive partnership with Grassroots, one of the largest medical cannabis providers in Illinois. Defined by hints of distinct acidity and unique sweetness inspired by the rare Asian fruit, Wana’s Exotic Yuzu 2:1 CBD/THC ratio is utilized by many to help calm stress and promote better sleep.
“Wana’s line of ratio products offer more options for Illinois consumers to manage their own cannabis experience,” said Nancy Whiteman, CEO, Wana Brands. “We launched our first CBD ratio product in 2017, and we often hear that Wana’s CBD-forward products provide consumers an additional way to boost their everyday health and wellness routine.”
Wana Brands designed its ratio portfolio with a range of CBD/THC combinations so the products can be used singly or in combination to address specific wellness and recreational needs. By expanding its product line for the state, Wana Brands provides Illinois cannabis consumers and patients more alternatives to dial in their experience. In addition to the Exotic Yuzu 2:1 CBD/THC option, Wana has plans to add ratios including Strawberry Lemonade 1:1 and Strawberry 10:1 in the near future.
“At Grassroots, we believe in the power of the plant and are dedicated to innovation in the cannabis industry,” said Lisa Hurwitz, CMO, Grassroots. “We are excited to further our fruitful partnership with Wana Brands. Their gummies deliver a consistent, dependable cannabis experience, making them a preferred and high-performing product to offer to our customers.”
Wana Brands continues to innovate its products so consumers can achieve specific results from interaction with the body’s endocannabinoid system. Wana’s work with its CBD/THC ratio products is one way the company is studying a greater use and application of minor cannabinoids and how it can best work with proprietary botanical terpenes to aid in sleep, pain relief and anxiety relief.
“The cannabis industry is still relatively new and we’ve barely scratched the surface in our search for all this remarkable plant can do,” Whiteman noted.
All Wana Brands gummies are handcrafted with all-natural, vegan and gluten-free ingredients and infused with CBD and THC terpene-enhanced distillate. Wana’s gummies contain no mineral oil or artificial sweeteners that can cause digestive distress. All Wana products are manufactured in line with HACCP practices and tested for potency.
Wana Brands: Enhance Your Life.
Included in the 2020 Inc. 5000 list at #2,074 and boasting a three-year growth rate of 203%, Wana Brands is the No. 1 edibles brand in the United States, with more dollars sold than any other brand, according to BDS Analytics 2019 Brand Share Report. Wana leads the industry in quality, consistency and potency, providing a range of different options that enable customers to create the specific cannabis experience they want. Wana products offer diverse product forms including edibles, vapes, and extended-release capsules, four different CBD/THC ratios as well as a variety of different dosages, onset times and duration of effects. The portfolio is designed so products can be used singly or in combination to address specific health, wellness, and recreational needs. Wana products are available in Colorado, California, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Arizona, Oregon and Oklahoma dispensaries, with Maryland, Missouri and Florida (as regulations allow) among the states imminently coming online. Wana Brands will also launch in Canada in 2020. For more information or to subscribe to Wana’s e-newsletter, visit www.wanabrands.com. Follow Wana on LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.
Grassroots: Live Deeply.
Grassroots Cannabis is a cannabis company dedicated to serving, advancing and respecting the cannabis movement. Through its unique, vertically integrated business model, Grassroots grows, processes and sells trusted cannabis products that enhance life’s moments for people from all backgrounds. Grassroots Cannabis has built its portfolio at an unprecedented pace, with facilities in highly competitive markets, including Illinois, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, Oklahoma, Ohio, Vermont, North Dakota, Arkansas and Connecticut. The company is pursuing acquisitions in additional markets. The executive management team is composed of a group of highly skilled business leaders united by a common belief: Cannabis inspires us to Live Deeply. For more information, visit grassrootscannabis.com
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