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Liquid Cured Resin Capsules

from Willamette Valley Alchemy

A great way to pop in for just one capsule and a pinch of THC or put a pounding on some pain with plenty.

This month, we find ourselves seeking something with less sugar. Call it a ‘diet resolution’ if you will, but we prefer to pretend it’s because we’re too sweet (‘resolution’ and ‘delusion’ sound similar, if you really think about it). All jokes aside, the fact of the matter is that this market largely caters to ‘recreational’ items and could use a few simpler solutions for patients. And with the number of people pursuing Cannabis products for wellness always increasing, a capsule offers a trusted delivery method – accessible to many, without any fuss. 

For our Weed and Wellness Issue, we’re welcoming something from Eugene producers Willamette Valley Alchemy. This product contains a full spectrum Liquid Cured Resin form of Mule Fule from Rogue Farmer. They’re a southern Oregon, full-term flower producer and trusted partner of the WVA team. 

The Mule Fule Liquid Cured Resin is combined with a “specifically homogenized” blend that is intended to “deliver optimum effects in an efficient manner.” Each capsule contains around 10mg of THC, sunflower lecithin, organic olive oil and organic coconut oil. The tin of 10 provides a great way to pop in for a pinch of THC with just one capsule … or to put a pounding on some pain with a handful.  

On par with everything the team at WVA tackles, the packaging does not disappoint. These darling little tins are resealable and reusable – offering a perfect way to pack your capsules around without crushing them. They’re ideal for throwing in a pocket or purse to have on hand when you need them most.

@willamette_valley_alchemy | @roguefarmer

This article was originally published in the January 2024 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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