0HHo, a leader in providing organic, sustainable, ecologically friendly CBD products, announced a partnership with Omura to launch its first-ever flower product.
oHHo is a believer in providing superior hemp products for discerning customers, using only organic, sustainable, ecologically friendly, natural practices to grow exceptional hemp. Family grown in the sunny, fertile soils near the Green Mountain forest in NY state, every plant is hand sown and nurtured across 2 acres, carefully trimmed and slowly cured over several weeks; allowing each flower to develop rich levels of CBD and an abundance of terpenes.
Founded in 2018, Omura is the next generation heat-not-burn platform for the clean and effective consumption of whole flower cannabis and hemp CBD. The company’s flagship vaporizer, Omura Series 1, implements revolutionary technology which heats the cannabis flower through a wide range of temperatures, allowing the release of the cannabinoids at a higher efficiency. Omura has partnered with more than 9 cannabis brands in California and Nationwide, and is available in more than 17 retail locations.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Omura and producing the first oHHo flower which is high quality and a great complement to Omura’s innovative technology,” commented oHHo Founder, James Stephenson. “oHHo flower supports independent farmers and is crafted with the same dedication to sustainability as our line of CBD oils.”
oHHo is very excited to bring their signature hemp flower strain Lifter to the Omura platform, starting at $30 for a flower stick pack and $69.99 for a starter pack.
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Lifter will be available online on Omura.com as well as for sale on weareohho.com to ship nationwide.
“oHHo is the perfect partner to continue to expand Omura and our hemp CBD offering as they expand the quality hemp CBD products they sell to consumers. We’ve got a lot of great activations planned with the oHHo team this summer so stay tuned to our social feeds to learn more,” the CEO of Omura, Mike Simpson, told Green Market Report.