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Marley Natural Premium Cannabis Products launch in Washington

Published:Tuesday | April 11, 2017 | 4:00 AM
The Marley Natural body-care line offers naturally derived formulas that blend the moisturising power of hemp seed oil with Jamaican botanicals, including ginger, lemongrass, turmeric, and cerasee.

SEATTLE:

Marley Natural, the official Bob Marley cannabis brand, launched its inaugural collection of premium cannabis flower and oil in Washington state. The products join Marley Natural's lifestyle accessories and body care lines already offered in the state. The brand's premium cannabis products will be available alongside its smoking and other lifestyle accessories at cannabis retailers in the Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia areas.

Marley Natural cannabis flower and oil are hand-selected from local farms run by experienced growers committed to sustainable growing practices.

The product lines include:

- Four categories of locally sourced cannabis flower and oil: Marley Green (hybrid), Marley Gold (sativa), Marley Red (high-CBD), and Marley Black (indica);

- Body-care products infused with the moisturising power of cold-pressed hemp seed oil and blended with other natural Jamaican botanicals; and

- A collection of smoking accessories made from sustainably sourced American Black Walnut wood and heat-resistant, hand-blown glass.

On Saturday, Marley Natural celebrated its Washington launch at a gathering for lifestyle and cannabis influencers featuring music from Bob Marley's granddaughters Zuri and Shacia Marley, as well as Jamaican reggae artist Yaadcore.

All Marley Natural products are designed with deep respect for Bob Marley's legacy and belief in the positive potential of the herb to heal and inspire. Marley Natural cannabis is currently available in dispensaries across California, Oregon, and Washington in accordance with local laws and regulations.

"We are fortunate to be living during a promising time of positive change, especially with regard to cannabis. We believe our father would be so happy to see more people understanding the unique properties of the plant," said Cedella Marley, Bob's daughter.