With one foot squarely in Washington’s adult-use market, the folks at Wildflower are beginning to take their Wildflower CBD brand nationwide, with a focus on New York and California. The company has always been a CBD-only brand, however, calling the Evergreen State’s market a “proof of concept for our belief in people’s desire for non-intoxicating, plant-based remedies.”

Made with hemp-derived CBD from plants grown and processed in Europe, the oil is shipped to Wildflower’s Washington-based GMP facility and used to manufacture the company’s topicals, capsules, tinctures and vaporizers.

“Our formulations are the product of years spent in development, driven by the know-how of our cannabinoid-savvy team and customer feedback,” creative director Amy Yamamura says.

Product Details: Wildflower uses full-spectrum oil for all its products because of studies that show CBD is more effective when used in conjunction with other cannabinoids, known as the entourage effect.

“Our product development experience reflects those findings,” Yamamura says.

Retail: Wildflower’s CBD products are currently available through the company’s website and at more than 300 retail outlets across the country.


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