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Rapid Dose Therapeutic Releases New CBD-Infused QuickStrip Oral Thin Strips

Mike Roet



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The cannabis and CBD industries continue to grow, and competition is fierce. For many companies, simply producing CBD oils or marijuana flowers—two of the most popular products in the saturated industry—is not enough to keep up with the massive competition sprouting from all sides of the continental United States. Some companies have doubled-down on their research efforts, creating new and innovative products for the administration of both CBD and THC to users.

About Rapid Dose Therapeutics

Rapid Dose Therapeutics is an organization with a reputation for innovation and extensive research. Recently the company has released their newest CBD product, QuickStrip Oral Thin Strips. The company announced just two days ago that they will begin delivering CBD-infused thin strips to all states in the United States. Additionally, the company will be distributing THC-infused strips in the territory of Puerto Rico.

These thin strips are a unique product—and very few companies have the technical infrastructure necessary to manufacture thin strips infused with THC/CBD. Though at the moment the company only offers one facility capable of manufacturing the products, their extensive U.S. distribution network will be sufficient to distribute a product which many analysts predict will gain traction quickly with the cannabis and CBD markets in the U.S.

Unique CBD Delivery System

As their incorporated name might suggest, Rapid Dose has gained a significant following in the United States for their work in the research and development of new solutions for introducing THC, CBD, and other hemp/cannabis chemicals into the body. QuickStrip is the newest addition to the company’s impressive line of smoke-free cannabis/CBD products. The benefits of the system are clear; CEO Mark Upsdell elaborated that the system provides users with a “discreet and measured dosage.” Using a strip instead of a smoke or edible delivery system, consumers are able to dose publicly in a discreet manner.

As with all forms of cannabis usage, the strips will still deliver the same notable health benefits to the user. Consumers in the U.S. and Puerto Rico can now access high-quality CBD or THC strips, applying their doses as discreetly as one would use a mint or a stick of gum.

According to the company’s CEO, the project is part of his company’s ongoing efforts to research and release new delivery methods for key active chemicals found in the cannabis and hemp plants.

Michael is a freelance writer with several years of experience in writing of all kinds. From the uber-technical to the more relaxed, he is well-versed in a variety of styles. Lately, his work has been primarily focused on the CBD industry—a market with which he has a particular background and interest. Michael has an extensive interest and experience in legal research for the CBD market, and he has a knack for well-researched pieces and guides for the growing CBD and medicinal cannabis community.

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