Fluresh Launches Fast-acting Cannabis Products

Fluresh in Grand Rapids, a cannabis cultivator and processor, is launching its Fluresh Collection, the brand’s introductory line of cannabis products.
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Fluresh has launched its introductory line of cannabis products. // Photo courtesy of Fluresh

Fluresh in Grand Rapids, a cannabis cultivator and processor, is launching its Fluresh Collection, the brand’s introductory line of cannabis products.

The products are designed to offer fast-acting, dose-controlled products for both the novice and experienced consumer who want to incorporate cannabis into their daily lives and routines.

We are “redesigning the cannabis experience to be more approachable and customizable for not only new consumers, but experienced consumers as well,” says Tom Benson, CEO of Fluresh.

“Our state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technologies, proprietary cultivation processes, and in-house R&D expertise allows us to bring new innovations to the cannabis market – such as faster-acting, better-tasting formulas, new formats, and broader selections of cannabinoids – to provide current and new cannabis consumers with a wide variety of choices tailored to their lifestyles.”

One of the company’s products is its drink enhancer, which allows users to create a customized cannabis mixed drink with an accelerated activation in 10 minutes to 20 minutes. Fluresh says the offering is the only one of its kind in Michigan.

Also new to the state’s market, are Flurish’s Fast-Acting Be Well Softgels, which can take effect in as few as 10 minutes and deliver terpenes that may support wellness in sleep, anxiety, and pain.

The collection also includes more traditional cannabis formats such as flower, pre-rolls, vapes, and concentrates, available in a variety of cultivars.

“At Fluresh, we take great pride in understanding today’s modern cannabis consumers,” says Nic Hernandez, manager of the Fluresh Retail Store in Grand Rapids. “We are increasingly finding that more and more consumers are looking for cannabis offerings that are high-quality, consistent, and fit seamlessly into their daily routines.”

The collection can be found at retailers across Michigan through the company’s wholesale network of recreational and medical retail stores. It is also available to customers and patients at Fluresh’s flagship store in Grand Rapids.

Fluresh has a 133,000-square-foot grow facility in Grand Rapids and a 95,000-square-foot facility with integrated grow and processing operations in Adrian.

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