Rare Cannabinoid Company Gives Away Free THC + CBC Mood Gummies to Celebrate New Product Launch


Rare Cannabinoid Company has launched the world’s first hemp Delta-9-THC gummies with high levels of CBC for improved mood and CBD for the entourage effect. To celebrate, they are giving away thousands of free packets containing 10 THC + CBC Mood Gummies each.

HONOLULU, Oct. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Rare Cannabinoid Company announced the launch of their latest product: the world’s first hemp THC gummies with high levels of CBC for improved mood and CBD for the entourage effect.

To celebrate, the premium Hawaiian brand is giving away thousands of packets containing 10 THC gummies each, which normally cost $25. Free THC Gummies can be found here.

“We want everyone to experience the blissful relaxation of THC, CBC, and CBD,” said a company spokesperson.

There’s no purchase necessary. Recipients just need to pay shipping and can only receive one free THC gummies packet per address. Or, if they spend just $50, they will get free shipping and a free packet of extra strength THCV gummies for energy and appetite suppression (2 THCV gummies and 2 CBD gummies).

The new Mood Gummies are made with a full spectrum hemp extract chosen for its specific cannabinoid make up. This is because Delta-9-THC and CBC (cannabichromene) were found to offer the most antidepressant-like effects of all cannabinoids, followed by CBD (cannabidiol), in this study.

Each gummy contains 5 mg Delta-9-THC for relaxation and relief from occasional discomfort and nausea. Meanwhile, CBC oil raises levels of a brain molecule called “anandamide,” which is Sanskrit for contentment, happiness, and bliss. CBD oil offers stress relief and promotes the effectiveness of the Delta-9-THC and CBC through the entourage effect.

“Our Mood Gummies are all-natural, vegan, and are flavored with real fresh lime and mint,” said the company spokesperson.

“We believe these are the best THC gummies on the market as, unlike pure THC gummies or CBD gummies with THC, ours contain this special cannabinoid blend with CBC designed to improve one’s mood.”

In addition to the 10-gummy packets, Rare Cannabinoid Company also sells bottles of 30 Delta-9-THC gummies

with CBC and CBD for $49.

THC gummies are sold online and in many of the 250 stores that stock Rare Cannabinoid Company products across the United States. You can see the Rare Cannabinoid Company store locator here.

They are legally sold outside cannabis dispensaries because the Delta-9-THC in the gummies comes from federally legal hemp, not cannabis, and is a natural extract. This means that the Delta-9-THC has not been converted or synthesized from CBD or any other cannabinoid. Also, gummies contain less than 0.3% THC by dry weight. However, sales are restricted to adults and THC gummies cannot be shipped internationally.

The new gummies can be taken alone or combined with the Hawaiian brand’s large selection of cannabinoid oils and gummies. These range from THCV, which boosts energy levels and reduces hunger to CBDV which is being studied for autism spectrum disorder and ADHD, and CBN, which promotes rest and sleep. Their full range includes: CBC, CBDA, CBD, CBDV, CBGA, CBG, CBN, THCV, terpene-only tinctures, and broad and full spectrum Hawaiian CBD oils.

All products are produced in a current Good Manufacturing Practices certified facility and have lab test results readily available online and via QR code on product packaging.

Rare Cannabinoid Company recently joined with its sister brand, luxury CBD line, Hawaiian Choice. Both product lines can be found at rarecannabinoidco.com. Brick-and-mortar stores interested in stocking either or both brands can fill out a wholesale application form at Wellness Orders.

Media Contact

Jennifer Carlile, Rare Cannabinoid Company, 8087621313, info@rarecannabinoidco.com

 

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