AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation’s (TXOG) new 10-count package of fast-acting gummies will be available beginning Tuesday, May 31, 2022. For $35, patients can access 100 mg of Texas’ highest quality medical cannabis in an on-the-go package designed to make treatment flexible. Qualifying patients can preorder the product starting today.
The condensed package of TXOG’s popular gummies will come in THC-only (10 mg of THC per gummy) or balanced CBD to THC (5 mg of CBD and 5 mg of THC per gummy) formulations. Each formulation is available in sour peach mango or strawberry passion fruit flavors. Patients can now test smaller quantities of TXOG’s gummies—at a convenient price point—in various flavors and formulations before deciding with their physician the medication best for them.
“Accessing medical cannabis through the Compassionate Use Program should be easy and affordable,” said Morris Denton, CEO of TXOG. “The combined cost of doctor visits and medicine can make participating in the CUP financially difficult for many Texans. Our team is dedicated to meeting patients where they are, whether financially or physically, with the products they trust. That means working closely with physicians to reduce costs where possible. We’ve also built the state’s most robust medical cannabis delivery and distribution program. Now, patients can try our medicine and experience its life-changing benefits with our 10-count pack of gummies before committing to more.”
TXOG’s gummy, tincture and lozenge products are available for statewide delivery, for pick-up at TXOG’s dispensary in Austin, Texas, and through the company’s convenient pick-up locations in Addison, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, North Austin, San Antonio and Wichita Falls.
Learn whether you or a loved one qualifies for medical cannabis at www.texasoriginal.com/patients.
About Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation
Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG) is the leading licensed medical marijuana producer in Texas, working alongside physicians to provide the highest quality cannabis medicine to patients and families seeking relief across the state. As fellow Texans, we are dedicated to representing the integrity of this great state with our commitment to quality, consistency and purity in every product we produce. We remain committed to advancing safe, legal access to this powerful medicine. TXOG is headquartered in Austin, with delivery throughout the entire state. For more information, visit www.texasoriginal.com.
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