As the cannabis market expands, it’s hard to keep track of the many products that launch every week. Benzinga put together a short list of some of the most interesting new cannabis products.
ALTWELL launched higher dosage tinctures, featuring 25 milligrams of CBD per ml.
“ALTWELL tincture has been a great seller. In addition to high bioavailability, it’s often the product a consumer starts with when they embark on their CBD journey. Regular users started requesting higher dose products, and our in-house product development team was at the ready to provide a solution,” says CEO Amy McDonald. “We now have a variety of both dosage and flavor choices in tincture, so a consumer can personalize to their own preference.”
Eossi’s Facial Glow
Eossi Beauty debut with its Facial Glow Oil #8, a CBD facial oil typically used as a moisturizer.
The product enhances the skin and gives it a natural glow. With an argan oil base, the Facial Glow Oil was formulated with plant-based ingredients carefully curated for their skin benefits. Each 50mL bottle has 1,000mg of CBD, a powerful anti-inflammatory ingredient with redness reduction and anti-aging properties
“We have worked really hard to create products that we know people will love and can afford. It took us over a year to get the Facial Glow Oil #8 to market, because we have been meticulously thoughtful about the ingredients and the precise formulation that will go onto so many people’s skin. We wanted to deliver a CBD product that beauty lovers can trust, and we are so excited to continue bringing thoughtfully crafted products to the beauty market,” said Shannon Kaygi, co-founder and Chief Brilliance Officer.
Wyllow, a new woman-owned line of California-grown flower, debuted proprietary strains for the price-conscious cannabis connoisseur.
The company’s introductory strains, Mimosa (Sativa-dominant) and Afghan White Gold (Indica-dominant) are grown in a state-of-the-art 10-acre indoor cultivation facility in the Coachella Valley desert.
“The willow tree is historically a great promoter of healing, growing and positive change, which is something we all need right now, and what we’re evoking with the Wyllow brand. We’re simply bringing the benefits of our tight-knit group of growers back to the community. If we continue doing things like this to align our common goals in this difficult business climate, together we can make the California cannabis market the most inclusive meritocracy possible,” Camille Roistacher, CEO of Wyllow, told Benzinga.
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