• Top Las Vegas CBD Brands That You Should Know

    Top Las Vegas CBD Brands That You Should Know0

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    The United States of America is a developed country with 50 states that each have a unique way of life and culture. However, health matters remain a big priority at a time when various health conditions are affecting both kids and adults.

    America was one of the first regions to accept medical cannabis and conduct research on its potency through its universities and medical centers. As such, people have a lot of information when it comes to products such as CBD and its health benefits.

    If you are from Las Vegas, the largest city in the state of Nevada, you might be wondering which are the top CBD brands that you can trust.… Continue reading.

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  • APRU Announces shipment of Element C to the Upper Midwest

    APRU Announces shipment of Element C to the Upper Midwest0

    TITUSVILLE, Fla., May 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Apple Rush Company, Inc. (OTC:APRU) (the “company”), a beverage maker, manufacturer of unique consumer brands and CBD and Kratom products and drinks, announced today that it has shipped the first order of Element C, CBD infused beverages to North Dakota.

    Apple Rush Company, Inc has delivered two pallets of Element C to a distributor in North Dakota, led by a group of our valued investors.  This shipment was delivered at the beginning of last week and presentations are already being made to influential buyers in the market.  Apple Rush has a solid presence in North Dakota with its flagship Apple Rush 100% Natural Sparkling Juice and we felt that Element C would be an easy extension.  “We previously self distributed product into the Upper Midwest, but felt at this time it would be best to seek out independent distribution to warehouse and deliver product to our customers.  We were approached by a group of investors that loved all of our products and wanted to help expand the brands.  They presented a comprehensive business plan and we felt it was a great opportunity for us to lighten our load and allow us to focus on gaining additional distributors for expansion,” said Tony Torgerud, CEO of Apple Rush Company, Inc.  Local Bismarck businessman Mark Dahl said, “I have been drinking Apple Rush and providing it to my customers for a couple years.  When APRU began producing the pain salve, Magic Hands, I began using it and providing it to people I knew with chronic pain.  After I tasted Element C, I decided it would be a great way for me to support the company by leading the charge here in North Dakota.  APRU has a great line of products and we feel that we will make a positive immediate impact.”

    Element C has done extremely well since its introduction and we are planning our second production run already.  It is going to be an exciting summer as we hope to gain additional distribution in several parts of the country including the East Coast and Midwest.  We have been in discussions with several specialty wholesalers and plan on making some announcements in the near future. 

    “Element C was brought to us after the production run and I felt it was a terrific product.  As a group we decided to bring it in because of the lack of good tasting CBD beverages at retail here in North Dakota.  With the quality of our product line I feel we have an advantage that no other supplier can match,” said Clint Bergan, local investor,  “It is great to have the support of the people that put together the investment capital needed to grow the company with the passion required in the launching of cutting edge brands,” continued Tony.… Continue reading.

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  • REFILE-UPDATE 1-FDA issues warning letters to companies selling kratom products

    REFILE-UPDATE 1-FDA issues warning letters to companies selling kratom products0

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    May 22 (Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday it issued warning letters to three companies that illegally marketed and distributed products containing the substance, kratom, which they claimed treat opioid addiction and withdrawal.

    The regulator has been clamping down on the substance, which it says has similar effects to narcotics such as opioids and has resulted in dozens of deaths.

    The leaves of the kratom tree, native to Southeast Asia, can be used as a stimulant or sedative.

    Front Range Kratom of Aurora, Colorado; Kratom Spot of Irvine, California; and Revibe Inc of Kansas City, Missouri received letters for illegally selling unapproved kratom-containing drug products with unproven claims, the FDA said http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/htmlnews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reu t e r s .

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