Local Organic Herbal Processor to Donate Free Product For Medical Marijuana Patients
Oregon-based herbal brand Sun God Medicinals launches Compassion Program and seeks partnership with Oregon licensed cannabis retailers
By: Sun God Medicinals - OLCC Division
"We selected our Raw & Fresh cannabis tincture as our first donation," said Founder and CEO Brie Malarkey. "This is a great tincture for people interested in microdosing."
The compassion program is a partnership donation program. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission only allows licensed retailers to give cannabis or hemp items away free to OMMP card holders. Processors or manufacturers are not able to give away products to end users, so the company wants to partner with retailers to provide an outlet for these donations.
"Since the formation of our company in 2014 we've looked for ways to give back to communities who use herbal medicine, including Alzheimer's and veterans groups," said Malarkey. "However, when it comes to giving cannabis as a product the laws require us to use licensed stores as retail outlets."
Sun God Medicinals will donate these cannabis items to retailers at no cost during quarterly releases starting this spring. Retailers donate the safe storage, marketing, their employees' time, and other administrative tasks. Together with Sun God Medicinals, retailers join a partnership in supporting Oregon's medical marijuana patients!
The cannabis processor announced retailers who have already signed up for the program including MindRite in Portland, Breeze Botanicals in the Rogue Valley, Moss Crossing in Eugene, and Tokyo Starfish in Bend.
For more information and a full list of stores participating in the program, visit Sun God Medicinals' OLCC Division website at https://www.sungodmeds.com (https://www.sungodmedicinals.com/
About Sun God Medicinals OLCC Division
Headquartered in Central Point, Oregon, Sun God Medicinals was founded in 2014 with a mission to process, blend & extract quality healing herbs from Southern Oregon—including herbal teas, tinctures, capsules, topicals, edibles, concentrates, and extracts. The processor produces both a hemp product line and a cannabis compounded line of products. In November of 2016 Sun God Medicinals received an Oregon state cannabis processors license to make and sell cannabis products to OLCC licensed retailers.
Brie Malarkey, CEO
Sun God Medicinals - OLCC Division
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