FlavRx is dropping some exciting news, but it’s also dropping something else. The ‘Rx’. That’s right: this innovative cannabis company has officially rebranded itself as Flav.
Flav For All
Now that more states are hopping on the legalization train, Flav wants their clients to know that their extensive line of products isn’t exclusively for medical marijuana patients. They’re for everyone looking for a higher quality cannabis experience.
And to add to that, the company is sweetening the pot even more. We’re excited to announce that they have expanded their reach even further. Devotees of this dope brand will now be able to buy their products in the following states:
There’s also another state we can add to the roster: Arizona. To further stake their claim in the Copper State, the company has revealed that they will be joining Rebelution and showcasing their brand at the Pot of Gold Music Festival in March.
Flav has also started outreach in Florida and Hawaii. While this is certainly exciting news for residents in those states, it’s even more thrilling from a broader perspective.
With a presence in eight states, they have distinguished themselves as a cannabis brand that brings its products directly to their clients in more states than any other company. And for good reason.
Their broad geographic reach is a testament to their success as a company—and as a brand that cannabis connoisseurs can trust.
High Quality From Coast To Coast
The success of Flav is largely due to the consistently high-quality products that they sell. But the quality isn’t the only reason for the company’s mass appeal. Flav has a wide range of goods that their clients can enjoy.
Throughout its existence, this company has established itself as a one-stop-shop for both THC and CBD products for the discerning cannabis consumer. Their line encompasses edibles, THC concentrates and a variety of vape pens and cartridges. But it doesn’t end there. Last year, they launched an extensive line of products featuring CBD. This line includes tinctures, edibles, cartridges and even topicals.
They even have a clothing and accessories line!
Final Hit: Flav, Formerly Known As FlavRx, is Dropping Some Exciting News
Legalization in the United States is spreading faster than ever. As such, more and more cannabis companies have been springing up. While sifting through products can be overwhelming, Flav stands out by making it easy. Their range of products gives their clients a ton of options to choose from and the quality of those products keep their clients coming back for more.
The fact that this company has a presence in eight states in the nation speaks for itself. Whether you consume weed recreationally or medicinally, this is a company that you can trust.
To keep up with everything that Flav is doing, subscribe to their newsletter and follow them on social media. Their Instagram handle is @flavrxtracts, and they also have the tag #FLAV.
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