Delivery alert

There may be an issue with the delivery of your newspaper. This alert will expire at NaN. Click here for more info.

Recover password

Joint effort: Everest to offer Azuca products

Everest Apothecary. (Courtesy of Everest Apothecary)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Everest Apothecary, which operates seven medical cannabis dispensaries around New Mexico, has announced a partnership with Azuca, a national producer of cannabis-derived edibles.

The partnership will allow Everest to market and distribute Azuca products and utilize the brand’s patent-pending process, which is designed to make the edibles activate faster, according to a news release from Azuca.

Azuca, which focuses on cannabinoid — or “CBD” — edibles, fills Everest’s market need for fast-acting edibles, the release said.

Azuca has developed a process that makes cannabinoid molecules water friendly, and enables faster uptake, potentially within 15 minutes, according to the release.

Azuca products will hit shelves in New Mexico later this spring.

Subscribe now! Albuquerque Journal limited-time offer

Albuquerque Journal seeks stories of our community's pandemic loss

If you’ve lost a loved one to COVID-19 and would like for the person to be included in an online memorial the Journal plans to publish, please email a high-resolution photo and a sentence about the person to Please email yourstory@abqjournal.com
Please include your contact information so we can verify, and your loved one’s name, age, community where they lived and something you want our readers to know about them.

TOP |