Michigan isn’t traditionally known as a medical marijuana epicenter, but California-based cannabis company KushyPunch has recently started selling edibles to the local population. The company sources full-spectrum cannabidiol oil from local cannabis farmers and uses the oil to create fruit-infused gummies and other goodies. Some of the KushyPunch’s products contain THC, but the company responsibly restricts those products to users with a license for medical marijuana. Kushy Punch’s signature line of gummies comes in several flavors, including:
- Blue Raspberry
All of the gummies contain no genetically modified ingredients, and several flavors are made without any sugar included. The food coloring in the products is completely organic, and the gummies come in several different doses. The strawberry-flavored line of gummies, for example, comes with 100mg of Sativa, and the watermelon flavor comes with 100mg of Indica. Even though Kushy Punch has been creating edible cannabis products for several years, it wasn’t until recently that founder Randy Cross decided to take the company outside of its home state. Besides the recent opening of edible cannabis operations in the state of Michigan, KushyPunch is also actively expanding to meet demand in markets across Arizona and Nevada.
A lot of industry experts feel that Las Vegas is the next big frontier for Cannabis after the California markets become saturated, and Cross is quick to point out that Kushy Punch is one step ahead of its competitors. He feels that by pushing for these aggressive expansion plans early on in the game, the company will be in much better shape to take advantage of favorable regulations in the future. Cross and Kushy Punch are one of a handful of companies that are actively banding together to urge the FDA to approve the widespread use of cannabis products for more users than are currently allowed. Cross frequently states that he can say a time when every state welcomes the cannabis industry with open arms, and his goal is to be in more states as time goes on. As the law becomes increasingly more accommodating to his company, Cross and Kushy Punch are picking up steam with each passing day.