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Strawberry Lemonade and Full-Spectrum Coconut Oil Tincture

Right out of the gate, this tincture impresses.

Genesis Organic Juice is an independent, family-owned operation out of Springfield, Oregon. They specialize in small-batch, cold-pressed refreshments made from local fruits that are never pureed or concentrated. This cold-pressed method finds fruit untouched by heat. As such, it retains the taste, color and nutritional value.

One sip into their Strawberry Lemonade and we’d say you’d be hard-pressed to find a more flavorful fruit juice. This modest, 12ml bottle packs in two and a half lemons and strawberries. With only agave and purified water as the remaining ingredients, it’s all the beautiful simplicity we’ve been looking for in this complicated world. And a perfect, pourable pairing for our next item.

Farmer’s Friend Extracts is a Portland-based producer pumping out a wide range of cannabinoid product options. With a background in medical Cannabis, their focus is on providing “high-quality Cannabis products at an affordable price,” as well as “preserving the inherent diversity of the cannabinoids and terpenoids.” 

They’ve teamed up with The CBD Apothecary to offer the addition of hemp-isolated compounds. The result of which are products like this full spectrum, 1:1:1:1 coconut oil tincture. Each bottle contains a whopping 150mg CBN, 150mg CBG, 150mg THC and 150mg CBD in a fractionated coconut oil carrier. It’s made with full-spectrum Cannabis extract and CBN hemp isolate.

Right out of the gate, this tincture impresses with its crystal-clear color and nearly non-existent smell. It requires a minimal amount of mixer, as its flavor is just as light. For an even faster activation time, slipping some under the tongue or applying it topically offers a speedier experience!

Between the bold fruit flavors and countless calming cannabinoids, we’re claiming this as a new favorite and adding it to our regular wellness routine.

This article was originally published in the October 2021 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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