House of Kush (HOK), debuting with the popular SFV O.G. Kush - a revered O.G. Legacy Strain that earned sixth-place at the Emerald Cup - announced today the launch of a growing and processing collaboration with SunMed Growers, the largest cannabis grower in Maryland.
HOK is bringing legacy strains and legacy names to the market including all-time great strains like Bubba Kush, OG Kush and SFV OG. The Kush name is exalted in the lyrics of hip hop, revered by the Smokerati and repeated in the conversations of everyday consumers. OG Kush consistently ranks in the top 10 of Leafly's Top Strains of All Time. These and other legacy Kush strains are top of mind across all cannabis consumer demographics, whether it’s age, ethnicity, or gender.
House of Kush’s current product offerings include premium flower, with prerolls, edibles and vapes.
“We’re thrilled to expand the House of Kush legacy brands in Maryland. Their reputation for potent, flavorful, and aromatic cannabis flower – and their commitment to cultivating some of the highest-quality product in the world – is right in line with our mission to deliver the most high-quality, holistic alternative medicine for Maryland patients,” said SunMed Growers CEO,
Jake Van Wingerden.
"The collaboration with SunMed Growers is a great partnership for House of Kush, and we are excited to offer our products for Marylanders," said Reggie Harris, HOK CEO & Co-Founder. "SunMed Growers are the leaders in cultivation, and the timing is right with Maryland voters resoundingly approving adult-use sales."
The partnership comes on the heels of SunMed Growers’ launch of SunMed Labs, the company’s state-of-the-art extraction lab and processing facility, which began delivering its new line of infused and concentrate medical cannabis products to dispensaries across the state at the end of 2021.
In January of 2022, SunMed Growers completed an $18 million expansion that tripled its greenhouse facility to 250,000 sq. ft., making it the largest medical cannabis facility in the state and one of the only that utilizes natural sunlight for plant cultivation.
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