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Product Reviews – Vanilla Caramel Cannabis Coffee

Available at Dispensaries throughout Southern California.

“All of the Therapy Tonics & Provisions beverages are made with the finest non-GMO ingredients and are expertly crafted with a solvent-free extraction process. The Vanilla Caramel Cannabis Coffee is packed with 80mg of THC and is gluten-free. The taste is extraordinary—rich and full-bodied coffee flavors with an undertone of creamy caramel and just a touch of vanilla make it a difficult task to not drink the whole bottle. For consumers with a lower tolerance, there is an easy guide on each bottle, which labels each increment of 10mg, making it easy to break up the dosage as per your individual needs. Consuming just a few doses gave this reviewer a clean, cerebral and creative effect and removed any hint of body pain that was once present. This is a deliciously discreet way to get relief on-the-go.” – Culture Magazine

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Product Reviews – Indian Spiced Chai Latte

“October is the best time of year to try the Indian Spiced Chai Cannabis Latte (25mg) made by Therapy Tonics & Provisions in California. It’s a vegan, organic, sativa-infused coffee drink with an exquisite balance of sweet and spice—making it perfect for starting any autumn day or journey. You can enjoy this chilled lip-smacking pick-me-up, which can be added to your coffee or latte, or simply consumed on its own. Lovers of mellow yet productive sativas will appreciate the energizing, pain-relieving and mind-focusing effects of an Indian Spiced Latte with just one shot (two teaspoons equal 8mg of THC) from the 10-ounce bottle. Save your other two servings for later in the day, tomorrow or whenever you need to clear your mind, ease distracting pain or uncomfortable anxiety, or put a much-needed skip in your step. No matter what your experience with infused cannabis drinks is, be sure to spice up your autumn with an Indian Spiced Chai Cannabis Latte. Purchase them wherever Therapy Tonics & Provisions products are carried!” – Culture Magazine

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Product Reviews – Symmetry 121 Tincture

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“Available throughout the state of California, the Symmetry 121 Tincture has a pleasantly unique flavor that is very much tasty and enjoyable on its own but is also a welcome addition to shakes and smoothies. Savory dishes can also be enhanced if you mix it in with other oils and balsamic vinegar as a dressing for salads, or as a drizzle to enhance the flavor of any vegetable or protein. Containing 150mg of THC and 150mg of CBD, our reviewers found that it provides absolutely perfect equalizing and balancing attributes that cause both physical and cerebral benefits. We experienced the release of muscle tension, relief of mild to moderate pain and also a feeling of complete mental well-being and stress relief. This tincture is ideal as a sleep aid, as a pain reliever and is an all-around great addition to a healthy, equalizing and balanced cannabis lifestyle.” – Culture Magazine

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Product Reviews – Cannabis Infused Cayenne Mexican Mocha Drink

“Based on taste alone, the Mexican Mocha Cannabis Milk by Therapy Tonics is leaps and bounds above many other cannabis-infused drinks. First decadently sweet, and then satisfyingly savory, with a final and perfunctory peppery kick that brings it all together, the flavor is unique and unparalleled. The fool-proof packaging includes a clear and concise visual dosing system, along with other important dietary information. At 80mg total, you can choose to microdose 10mg or less at a time throughout the day, or go for the whole 80mg, depending on personal preference and tolerance. Made with all organic ingredients, this cannabis milk is sourced from sativa plants and contains 5mg to 7mg of CBD. It is also vegan, and low in sugar, making it ideal for those who are diabetic or have other dietary concerns.” – Culture Magazine

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Reading into Coca-Cola’s recently publicized interest in the cannabis market

 

 

*This Op-Ed written by Christopher Coggan was first published by San Diego Daily Transcript on Oct. 22nd

 

It was recently reported that Coca-Cola was eyeing the cannabis market. As one might expect, cannabis stocks saw a meaningful spike in value with the news of yet another giant international beverage company considering the move into cannabis. Unlike Constellation Brands before them, makers of the popular Corona beer who have recently invested billions in Canopy Growth, Coca-Cola’s inquiries seem more conservative and focused. Coca-Cola’s interest lies in the non-psychoactive Cannabinoid CBD (Cannabidiol), one of the over 100 active cannabinoids naturally occurring in cannabis. Studies show that this phyto-cannabinoid, CBD, is a powerful promoter of the body’s own endocannabinoid system comprised of a network of receptors that regulate an individual’s anti- inflammatory response.
In other words, these recent headlines, although exciting, are not telling the entire story (quite the contrary, they are supplementing the truth with media hype). The type of cannabis strain most commonly associated with CBD is not cannabis (aka marijuana), but rather industrial hemp. Although both hemp and cannabis share the Latin name of Cannabis Sativa, these two plant variations are treated as separate and distinct, that distinction primarily determined by the potency of psychoactive THC. If a cannabis sativa plant contains less than 0.3% THC, the plant is
considered industrial hemp. This is important because industrial hemp faces a varied and somewhat murky regulatory environment compared to the regulated state cannabis markets. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for example, the CBD that is derived from it a schedule I narcotic, much like THC. The California Department of Public Health has recently come out to
support that position, even though the unregulated hemp CBD market in California might even exceed $1 billion annually. The hemp round table, a consortium of hemp farmers and manufacturers, believes that hemp and it’s bi-products are protected by the 2014 Farm Bill. They also have the opinion that CBD is an unscheduled cannabinoid and should be treated like a nutritional supplement. Then of course, you have a handful of pharmaceutical manufacturers that are in various stages of the patent and trial process on CBD-based drugs. To muddy the waters further, the U.S. government owns a patent on CBD.

Clearly, Coca-Cola courting anything connected with marijuana is an incredibly telling sign of the times. Yet, even though their conversations with Canada-based Aurora Cannabis (ACBFF) seem indicative of the headlines born from these negotiations, their comments suggest that their focus is more on the potential of hemp-derived CBD beverages. And there is good reason for this. As a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange, Coca-Cola is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is also governed by a host of other expectations dictated by the federal government. Consequently, their ability to engage cannabis directly in the U.S. is severely limited. Coca-Cola’s calculated engagement means a lot more than the headlines suggest, especially as it relates to the hemp CBD marketplace. The fact that one of the largest beverage companies on the planet is considering moving in this direction suggests a base line shift in the

perception of existing federal law and perhaps more importantly, a harbinger of anticipated changes in federal policy. The Senate’s version of the 2018 Farm Bill includes an amendment that would legalize hemp production, resulting in a clear divide between hemp and its psychoactive counterpart, cannabis. Coca-Cola’s interest
currently is no coincidence; new federal policy appears to be a forgone conclusion.

 

This Op-Ed was first published by San Diego Daily Transcript on Oct. 22nd

 

Author:

Christopher Coggan
Founder/CEO Therapy Tonics & Provisions, Inc
Chairperson, CCIA Manufacturing Committee