A woman's solution to a woman's issue
Sun God Medicinals CEO Brie Malarkey launches new product specifically formulated for women
Originally blending for a family member suffering from loss of sleep, she then offered the teas to others at regional farmers markets, and eventually through retail
"We believe in the power of herbal allies - plants that can work together synergistically in the body," said Malarkey. "We have formulas for sleep support, muscle tension, and even immune support. It's wonderful to weave cannabis in there with other plants."
From the first formulation, quality and finding the right herbs for the right symptoms for the right person has been paramount. With that in mind, Malarkey and her team launched a new line of products - Eir Menopause and Moon Tinctures in both high THC and high CBD versions. The Menopause and Moon tinctures were specifically formulated for women and by women.
In Norse mythology, Eir was a Valkyrie who was often called upon for women's laments. Sun God Medicinals carries a whole line of products that honor Eir and women's issues.
Many of Sun God Medicinals' hemp tinctures are certified organic. In addition, the marijuana tinctures use organic ingredients, but the company can not label the marijuana versions as organic because marijuana is not legal nationally.
To learn more about Sun God Medicinals and to find OLCC marijuana stores that carry the products visit www.sungodmeds.com or call 541-423-8080.
About Sun God Medicinals
Sun God Medicinals was founded in 2014 by husband and wife duo Brie Malarkey and Jon Cunningham. Brie formulated the first herbal tea in 2012 with plants grown on the family farm, Sunna Ra Acres, in Shady Cove, Oregon. Originally blending for a family member suffering from loss of sleep, she then offered the teas to others at regional farmers markets, and eventually through retail stores in 2014. The brand has continued to grow since and now includes 14 different herbal blends in the form of both tea and tinctures, hemp and marijuana-infused tinctures, salves, edibles and more formulated for consumers who visit Oregon OLCC-licensed cannabis dispensaries.
Sun God Medicinals CEO Brie Malarkey