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Kushy Push Expands Sweet Cannabis Edibles Business into Nevada and Arizona


In July of 2019, an award-winning Southern California-based premium cannabis edible brand called Kushy Punch made the move to expand their operations to Michigan, then also entered into the Arizona and Nevada markets later in the fall. It didn’t take long for the trend to catch on in Michigan as they sold out their products within just four hours of their launch, so it is expected for Arizona and Nevada to follow suit with their growing cannabis markets. CEO Ruben Cross expressed excitement for the expansions to Arizona and Nevada, particularly the area of Las Vegas, which sees travelers from all around the world and could open up a whole new crowd to Kushy Punch’s CBD experience.

Kushy Punch’s line of CBD edibles consists of quality medicated gummies that have products with doses as high as 200mg called the TKO, 100mg doses with indica, sativa, and hybrid options, and a 60mg CBD and Recovery blend of 60/30 CBD/THC lets folks find natural healing without the intense euphoric feeling of just straight THC. Other CBD products consist of CBD vapes with 175mg, CBD vape cartridges with 650mg, capsules infused with Omega-3 which are 30x30mg, pure CBD oil at 600mg, and a mango CBD tincture at 450mg.

The professional candy chefs at Kushy Punch hone their confection-making skills as they craft these full-spectrum oil infused healing edibles. Consumers like their products because they can barely taste the cannabis for the intense fruity flavor, making them the ultimate treat. They do not contain any artificial sweeteners, gluten, dairy, or fat and boast a 100 per cent organic and natural flavor. Kushy Punch first launched in 2014 and that’s when their little 100mg fruit gummies became a hit in Southern California. Their company CBD brand, KushyCBD, uses the finest quality oils in their products.

Read full article : https://www.laweekly.com/these-local-edible-companies-craft-marijuana-treats-to-sweeten-your-day/

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