Canndigenous hemp products bring wellness to the forefront, including CBD and CBG gummies
Cambridge, Wisc., Oct. 5, 2023 — Canndigenous, the CBD hemp company that’s committed to doing everything “in a good way,” invites you to support Native American-owned businesses this Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 9.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day was instituted in 1992 to honor the cultures and histories of Indigenous people in America. A counter-culture response to Columbus Day, the holiday offers an opportunity to recognize Indigenous people, traditions and small businesses in our communities and across the country.
“Doing things in a good way this holiday means considering the impact you make with your purchases. By supporting Native American-owned businesses, you help promote a better future for Indigenous people,” said Canndigenous founder and proud member of the Bad River Tribe, Rob Pero. “Of course, this doesn’t just apply to Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but it’s a good reminder to seek out excellent products made by Indigenous people and to shop in an intentional way.”
3 CBD Hemp Products to Try This Indigenous Peoples’ Day:
For The Mind Gummies
For The Mind gummies include CBD and CBG molecules that attach to the brain’s CB1 and CB2 receptors, causing an increase of the neurochemical anandamide. Known as the "bliss molecule,” anandamide promotes feelings of happiness and mental balance. For The Mind gummies contain 25mg of CBD and 25mg of CBG.
For The Body Gummies
Try Canndigenous’ for The Body gummies for euphoric sleep, pain relief and relaxation. They contain 25mg of CBD and are designed to alleviate inflammation and manage pain naturally with organically-grown hemp distillate. The delicious gummies are hemp-forward, letting the earthy flavors of organically grown cannabis plant shine.
Forbidden V Strain
This sativa-dominant hybrid strain is curated for mood improvement, sharpened focus and body relaxation. Forbidden V has a pungent aroma of citrus and tropical fruit, lemon zest and pine with a subtle sweetness. Contains 5.36% CBD, 5.30% CBDv and less than .3% THC. Available as flower or pre-rolled.
Canndigneous launched in 2021 as the first Native American owned CBD hemp company in Wisconsin. Its organic hemp is grown in Wisconsin and its retail arm is the Ripley Green retail apothecary location in downtown Cambridge, Wisc.
Founded by serial entrepreneur and cannabis advocate Rob Pero, Canndigenous offers locally grown, organic CBD produced with a commitment to natural, transparent, and sustainable practices. All Canndigenous products are available to purchase online for in-store pickup or nationwide delivery.
Pero and the Canndigenous team are committed to honoring Indigenous heritage and Pero’s Ojibwe roots with a wellness-focused approach, transparent practices, and a sincere commitment to bettering the health of the greater good. Like preceding generations of Ojibwe people, Pero’s core values are rooted around tenets of love for family, support for community, respect for the natural world, and a commitment to doing everything, as the Ojibwe say, “in a good way.”
“At Canndigenous, this commitment to do things ‘in a good way’ is not just an affirmation of our Ojibwe roots,” says Pero. “It’s a daily mandate and a driving force in everything we do. It’s a spiritual stance with tangible actions that lead us to produce health-focused CBD products.”
Canndigenous CBD products, including hemp flower, pre-rolls and tinctures, are currently available online nationwide (www.Canndigenous.com) and at Ripley Green’s retail location at 226 W. Main Street in historic Cambridge, Wisc.
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As the first Native American owned hemp farm and CBD retailer in Wisconsin, Canndigenous focuses on growing local, high-quality CBD and providing wellness products with a commitment to natural, organic, and sustainable practices. All of Canndigenous’ hemp plants are rooted around tenets of love for family, support for community, respect for the natural world, and a commitment to doing everything, as the Ojibwe say, “in a good way.” Learn more about Canndigenous at Canndigenous.com.