Wana Brands has launched Wana Sour Gummies in Arkansas for medical cannabis patients.
In partnership with River Valley Relief, Wana Brands provides a range of gummies in various classes, ratios, and doses to meet the needs of the state’s growing medical cannabis market.
Wana Brands and River Valley Relief share a focus on providing patients best-in-class cannabis products, in terms of innovation, ingredients and flavors. Both companies are committed to utilizing high-quality, organic ingredients. And both focus on developing products with an emphasis on terpenes.
Available in Watermelon Hybrid, Blueberry Indica, Mango Sativa and Blood Orange 20:1 CBD/THC, Wana Sour gummies offer Arkansas patients a variety of options for wellness management.
“No two patients are alike, and no two patients experience the same concerns even when managing the same condition,” said Wana Brands CEO Nancy Whiteman. “It is very important for patients to have options they can trust. That is just one of the reasons Wana’s Sour Gummies have become a preferred choice all over the country for patients seeking a consistent, reliable effect from an edible. We are very happy to be bringing them to Arkansas patients through our partnership with River Valley Relief.”
The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission allows for patients with 18 specific conditions to qualify for a state-issued certification card. Those conditions include cancer, HIV, AIDS, PTSD, Tourrett’s Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease, among others. River Valley Relief is dedicated to making high-quality, safe and affordable medical cannabis products available to the patients of Arkansas.
“Partnering with Wana Brands not only allows us to bring the best edibles in the nation to Arkansas, but our mutual goals and missions also make us the perfect fit,” said Ryan Kenaga, VP of extraction and MIPS for River Valley Relief. “Both Wana and River Valley Relief are driven by their missions to help make this world a better place. Wana supports the Last Prisoner Project with the goal of releasing prisoners who sit in jail for cannabis charges that are no longer a crime. Similarly, River Valley Relief is working with Arkansas lawmakers to help bring cannabis crime expungement to those who languish right now in Arkansas jails.”