As the cannabis and CBD market matures, an increasing number of new products are filling retailers’ shelves, catering to just about every consumer demand. And the growth in options isn’t slowing. Recently, a Quebec-based manufacturer has started yet another new CBD product range, including a new “CBD hashish” containing 32% CBD and 10% CBG that will be sold in a 3.5g format; a first in Canada.
Quebec-based Bleuh will soon release its new CBD products to provincial recreational cannabis retailers. These low THC products (less than 2%), marketed under the De La Ferme brand, will be available in February.
Bleuh intends to respond to legitimate consumer demand by offering quality, low-THC recreational cannabis, and CBD products. In February, Canadian consumers will have access to more than 15 Bleuh and De La Ferme recreational cannabis products.
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The New CBD Hashish
This unique flavored hashish will contain over 32% CBD AND 10% CBG, a first in Canada. This “old school” hashish is the result of a blend of premium ingredients from cannabis flowers. The product will be sold in a 3.5-gram format in an amber glass container.
The new Flower Sticks
Light Cannabis Pre-Rolls will be available in a 7-piece format. Each flower stick contains 0.35g of ground flowers and has a CBD content of about 12% and less than 2% THC. Cherry Blossom flowers will be used to assemble each stick.
The New High CBD Dried Flowers
The responsibly grown HAUT CBD flowers are marketed in 3.5g format. The average CBD content is 14% and less than 2% THC. Each flower has a nice intensity of terpenes.
Cherry Blossom is a very popular variety in the United States. In Quebec, it will be marketed in a 15g format with an average CBD content of 14% and less than 2% THC. Its unique floral buds offer a wide variety of natural flavours. The Indica-dominant Cherry Blossom is grown responsibly in the Central Quebec region.
The New Dried Flowers CBD Mix
Marketed in 28g format, each flower has a CBD content of over 10% and less than 2% THC. The different cultivars used for this blend come from light cannabis varieties grown in Quebec.
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