The world’s first cannabis live resin, terpene-infused inhaler, the AeroInhaler, was awarded 2017’s “Invention of the Year” at the Cannabis Business Awards in Colorado.
The AeroInhaler uses THC distillate and cannabis-derived terpenes to develop flavors like Grape Ape, Super Silver Flo, Sour Diesel, Kirkwood OG, Tangerine Haze and more. Designed to provide metered doses to consumers, the AeroInhaler can be found on sale in over 50 recreational Colorado.
“The AeroInhaler is the future of cannabis,” said Revered Inc. CEO Edward Naylon. “The device’s discrete, measured dose is a revolutionary way to consume marijuana extract. We can’t wait to share with the world what’s in store for 2018 as we plan to expand to other markets.”
Containing a total of 1,000mg of total ingredients (THC & Terpenes) per canister, a consumer receives anywhere between 6 and 7.5mg of cannabis distillate per puff depending upon the potency of the distillate production batch. With a pharmaceutical grade valve that ensures 10mg of total ingredients are dispensed on every puff, consumers gain a dependable and reliable experience every time.
The product was recognized as the industry’s most innovative for successfully synergizing pharmaceutical technology with cannabis extracts. With a focus on cannabidiol and cannabis derived formulations, the AeroInhaler’s almost instantaneous effect provides consumers with a subtle, mellow buzz without smoke, flame, or odor.
“2018 will be the year the world discovers the AeroInhaler,” added Marketing Director Barry Bard. “We will have a presence at the X-Games and other major, non-cannabisin Colorado and beyond. We will be working with major influencers in the music, athletic and art realms to spread AeroInhaler awareness.”
The AeroInhaler will soon be offered in a CBD formulation. In 2018, Revered Inc. will release the AeroMist, the world’s first sublingual cannabis spray which will deliver a similar dose of THC and CBD concentrate.
Available in over 50 recreational dispensaries in Colorado, you can only purchase an AeroInhaler if you’re in the state of Colorado—for now.
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