Earlier this month, CVS introduced CBD products in stores across the country. Now, Walgreens has vowed to do the same, but with a promise to educate consumers instead of merely marketing to them, and a promise to preserve the cannabis culture. The nationwide drugstore chain has announced a multistate rollout of CBD-based sprays, creams, and patches at 1,500 Walgreens locations.
In addition, the chain will be adding ancillary hardware meant to optimize the CBD consumption process with an American-made product called the PeliNail, by California-based Disorderly Conduction.
These high grade vaporization units are not federally regulated so the corporation has announced plans to place the PeliNail in more than 9,500 locations in all 50 states, including Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and even on their flagship website at Walgreens. com
"This product offering is in line with our efforts to provide a wider range of accessible health and wellbeing products and services to best meet the needs and preferences of our customers," Walgreens spokesperson Brian Faith told reporters via email.
The crew at Disorderly Conduction was in complete agreement, adding, “Hell yeah, what he said.”
The psychoactive but non-intoxicating cannabis compound known as CBD has become wildly popular in recent years, particularly for health reasons. With decades of anecdotal evidence of relieving anxiety, chronic pain, nausea, muscle spasms, and more, research scientists are just now beginning to crack the CBD code to true wellness.
Currently, CBD is legal for medical use in some way, shape, or form in 46 states. However, when derived from hemp plants instead of actual cannabis plants, the legal lines get blurred due to the end of hemp prohibition with last year’s federal Farm Bill crossbred with the FDA’s obstinate position that even hemp-derived CBD is still somehow a public menace that We The People need to be protected from.
Some regulation is needed, though, as fly-by-night brands of CBD “medication” are flooding shelves from Walgreens, to CVS, to that seedy gas station with the sticky floor and cheap booze.
With so many potentially harmful vaporizer cartridges on the market, patients are seeking a safe, reliable, and effective way to ingest their CBD oil to maximize its potential benefits.
The PeliNail is an electronic vaporizer unit built into a rugged, durable, and stylish Pelican Case. An easy to use digital display unit allows users to dial in an exact temperature – or use the pre-set function – to heat a quartz surface attached to the PeliNail by a Kevlar-encased cord. That quartz surface is used in conjunction with a waterpipe or “dab rig” in order to filter the flavorful vapors through some water on their way to the consumer’s endogenous cannabinoid system.
Despite the exclusive contract with Walgreens, reportedly worth around tree hunnid an fiddy million dollars, Disorderly Conduction plans to continue to push PeliNails and cases out the back door to their loyal headshop and smokeshop clientele, telling reporters, “Loyalty is earned on the streets, not bought in the boardroom.”
The move is just the latest in a series of setbacks for PeliNail haters and competitors, who just cannot seem to catch up to the rapidly rising popularity of the industry’s best e-nail, backed by the industry’s best customer service.
Pelican Cases, e-nails, heater coils, mobile battery packs, quartz bangers, dab rigs, and so much more – you Fools know you aren’t getting that shit at Walgreens!
You gotta hit up DisorderlyConduction.com or tell your local smokeshop to hit us up and we’ll do the rest.
Our whole crew thanks you for your support, year round… no foolin’!