New gummy introduced in Canada designed for night time use

Indiva, a Canadian producer of cannabis edibles and other cannabis products, has introduced a new product geared to night time use.

Using a custom blend of CBN, CBD, THC and a proprietary indica terpene blend recommended for night-time use, Wana Quick Midnight Berry may have the potential for quicker onset and offset of effects, the company said in a news release introducing the product.*

“We are incredibly excited to be launching the Wana Quick Midnight Berry Indica gummies into the Canadian market. Canadians have come to expect innovation from Indiva and this new Wana Quick gummy is an exceptional product for Canadians who are eager to try something new,” says Leah Thiel, VP Marketing, Indiva. “We recognize that quiet nights are important to Canadians, and with Wana Quick Midnight Berry’s potential quick onset and unique CBN formulation, users can experience a new approach to night-time.”

Wana Quick Midnight Berry is made with pectin, not gelatin, which not only gives the gummies a great texture, but also makes it vegan and gluten-free.

The gummies launched in Ontario Jan. 31 and are set to launch in provincial retail stores in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba early to mid-February. Available in packages of two, each Wana Quick Midnight Berry Indica gummy contains 5 mg of CBN, 10 mg CBD, 2 mg THC, and a specialized indica blend of over 30 terpenes.

*Cannabis affects everyone differently. Onset will be different for all consumers. Health Canada states that ingested cannabis takes 30 minutes to 2 hours to take effect, and can last for up to 12 hours. In some cases, the effects of cannabis can last up to 24 hours.