A Canadian hemp company just created a brand new CBD cigarette product to be sold in the United States.

VANCOUVER, B.C. — The publicly traded Sweet Earth Holdings Corp. announced that it had completed developing a new “proprietary strain of CBD/hemp cigarettes” with partner firm Pure Products LLC.

According to a press statement, the cigarettes will be sold as a Turkish Blend flavor sold in the United States under the Sweet Earth Smooth brand.

West Coast hemp dispensaries are set to carry these products, with the new product and the existing line sold online as well.

Sweet Earth said that it developed its new Turkish Blend product to include the characteristics of nicotine, tobacco-free simulation of smoking tobacco or cigars.

“Unlike other hemp cigarettes that maintain cannabidiol scented smoke, Turkish Blend has a mild scent similar to tobacco or cigars,” the company said in the same statement.

They add that the cigarettes are to be pre-rolled and sold in packs of twenty like traditional tobacco-containing cigarettes.

The Turkish Blend brand also contains more than 10 percent CBD, is a hefty retail price of $12.99 per pack, and is (again) tobacco and nicotine-free.

“In addition to the potential benefits from CBD listed above, Sweet Earth and Pure Products developed Turkish Blend with a distinctive milder scent that is more likened to tobacco, helping those hoping to quit smoking tobacco, which is known to be filled with harmful chemicals and highly addictive nicotine.”

Sweet Earth Smooth’s brand also carries other flavored CBD hemp cigarettes. These flavors include menthol-flavored hemp cigarettes, “original” flavored hemp cigarettes, “lemon haze” hemp cigarettes, and clove hemp cigarettes.

“Sweet Earth Hemp CBD is non-GMO and contains no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers,” reports the brand website. “Our products are tested by accredited third-party labs, assuring customers that all our products, including oils and isolates, are safe and legal for use.”

Sweet Earth Smooth is also marketed as the “Tobacco Alternative.”

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