AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG), Texas’ leading medical cannabis provider, announced its sour peach mango-flavored gummies will be available April 25, 2022. Qualifying patients can preorder the new flavor starting today.
The sour peach mango gummies join TXOG’s diverse suite of products, including its existing strawberry passion fruit-flavored gummies as well as tinctures and lozenges. TXOG gummies are available in THC-only formulations—at 10 mg or 20 mg of THC per gummy—as well as a balanced CBD to THC formulation (5 mg of CBD and THC per gummy). TXOG’s 20 mg gummy is the state’s only product of its kind, offering the highest dose of THC per gummy than any other medical cannabis product on the market. All of TXOG’s gummies feature Vertosa’s nanoemulsion technology, making each gummy fast-acting for quick, consistent relief.
“We work with more than 500 physicians across the state of Texas and the majority of the state’s qualifying patients. They all agree: Our gummies are unparalleled in flavor, consistency and experience,” said Morris Denton, CEO of TXOG. “Our team interacts with patients every day who have seen dramatic results with TXOG’s medicine. Some experienced hundreds of seizures a day and are now seizure free. Others went from anxiety-filled days and night terrors to peace of mind and restful sleep. As we further expand our product portfolio and physical footprint in Texas, patients can count on us to quickly deliver the highest-quality medical cannabis in new formulations and flavors that no one else can offer.”
TXOG’s sour peach mango-flavored gummies as well as its additional gummy, tincture and lozenge products are available for statewide delivery, for pickup 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.
To learn whether you or a loved one qualifies for medical cannabis, visit www.texasoriginal.com/patients.
About Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation
Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG) is the leading licensed medical cannabis 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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