Wyld is expanding its product line with a sativa-enhanced Blood Orange gummy containing both THC and CBC.

The introduction of the Blood Orange gummy into Wyld's lineup brings the total number of flavors to 11: Elderberry, Huckleberry, Marionberry, Raspberry, Pomegranate, Peach, Pear, Strawberry, Sour Cherry, Sour Apple, and now, Blood Orange. Like all of Wyld's products, the newest addition is made with real fruit flavors, high quality ingredients and consistent dosing for a reliable consumer experience.

The Blood Orange gummy is Wyld's first to be made with cannabichromene, more commonly called CBC. One of the "Big 6 Cannabinoids," CBC is naturally occurring and found in the early stages of the cannabis maturation cycle, stemming from CBG. Known for its potentially mood boosting and euphoric effects, CBC acts on specific receptors in the brain to support the activity of the endocannabinoid called anandamide. The word anandamide is rooted in the Sanskrit word ānanda, meaning bliss or happiness, which has led to anandamide sometimes being referred to as the "bliss molecule."

"At Wyld we are constantly looking to innovate and try different things," said Wyld CEO and co-founder Aaron Morris. "CBC gummies, like our CBG, CBN, and CBD ratio gummies, are a perfect addition to our product lineup. I'm excited for people to experience something new with Wyld THC:CBC gummies."

Blood Orange THC:CBC 1:1 sativa-enhanced gummies will be available in the U.S. and Canada this spring. 

In addition to Wyld's commitment to producing innovative gummies, the company is dedicated to creating a more sustainable world for both people and the planet. Wyld is Climate Neutral Certified and works with local and national partners, including BIPOCANN, One Tree Planted, and others, to support and uplift their work. Wyld plans to roll out fully compostable packaging this year with the goal of transitioning to fully compostable packaging in all markets by 2024.