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Press Release:  CLOVR Brings Valentines Day Seasonal Flavors to Missouri Market

By Tracy Polansky on Jan 19, 2022 11:03:37 AM

Kansas City, MO (January 20, 2022) CLOVR announced the launch of seasonal products hitting dispensaries in the next week through partnerships with Christopher Elbow Chocolatier.

These limited-time-only bonbons come in a 2-pack with 20mg total THC, 10 mg per piece. These Valentines Day chocolates have a strawberry caramel filling enrobed in a white chocolate shell. These are now available at participating dispensaries.

“Creating new and authentic flavors, made with the highest quality cannabis and ingredients has always driven us,” says Josh Mitchem CEO of Clovr. “These new products align with that promise, and offers customers the luxury of indulging in high-quality cannabis with unbelievable flavor while not sacrificing quality or flavor that our medical patients desire.”

About CLOVR: Headquartered in Kansas City, Clovr is a cannabis-infused product manufacturer that believes in safe, consistent, and quality cannabis products for Missouri's medical marijuana patients. As the extractor, infuser, and wholesaler of our own products, we can ensure patients are getting exactly what they are reading on the label - no chemicals, no funny business.

For more information on CLOVR, visit https://www.clovrcannabis.com/

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Kansas City Magazine: Christopher Elbow’s Cannabis-Infused Chocolates Are A Nice Splurge For Medical Marijuana Patients

By Kansas City Magazine on Jan 4, 2022 2:39:37 PM

Christopher Elbow has been making some of the city’s best chocolate bars and bonbons since 2003. In 2020, he asked the important question: “What if we put weed in them?”

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Feast Magazine: 5 most popular types of cannabis edibles

By Feast Magazine on Nov 23, 2021 9:05:08 AM

Interested in learning more about edibles? Here’s the buzz on this popular way for medical marijuana patients to consume cannabis.

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Press Release:  CLOVR Brings Seasonal Flavors to Missouri Market

By Tracy Polansky on Nov 1, 2021 11:55:30 AM

Kansas City, MO (October 29, 2021) CLOVR announced the launch of seasonal products hitting dispensaries in the next week through partnerships with Robhots, and Christopher Elbow.

Robhot’s delicious Apple Pie Gummies are spiced with cinnamon and sugar, reminiscent of homemade Apple Pie. You get a delicious bite without the heavy feeling. This Apple Pie is Seasonal and only available in October while supplies last . These are infused with distillate, avoiding any hashy aftertaste, just a clean edible feeling for Missouri medical patients.

Also seasonal – Christopher Elbow pumpkin spice bonbons. The Clovr-Elbow partnership continues to be a strong one – responding to the trend within the medical cannabis space for high-quality and highly appetizing edibles for patients who prefer not to inhale smoke. These chocolate bars are created with meticulously sourced, high-quality ingredients. Luxurious TCHO and Valrhona chocolate is infused with THC distillate and combined by hand with non-chocolate ingredients like nuts and spices and these new fall flavors are no different. Each bonbon is portioned for easy and consistent dosing.

“Creating natural, authentic flavors, made with the highest quality cannabis and ingredients has always been our mission,” says Josh Mitchem CEO of Clovr. “These new products align with that promise, and offer our customers the luxury of indulging in great tasting, high quality cannabis for medical needs without any sacrifice in quality or flavor.”

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KC Inno: KC’s Clovr, Christopher Elbow team up to craft cannabis-infused chocolate

By KC Inno on Oct 28, 2021 4:56:41 PM

A new cannabis-infused product manufacturer sealed a sweet collaboration with Christopher Elbow Chocolates.

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Greenway: CLOVR partners to celebrate Missouri’s budtenders

By CLOVR Marketing Team on Sep 30, 2021 9:20:16 AM

CLOVR is one of the state’s biggest manufacturing brands in the cannabis space.

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Press Release: CLOVR Brings Care by Design Products to Missouri Patients

By Tracy Polansky on Sep 21, 2021 10:39:05 AM

Kansas City, MO (September 20, 2021) CLOVR announced the partnership with California-based manufacturer Care by Design, to introduce a new line of medical marijuana topicals, tinctures, and soft gels for Missouri medical cannabis dispensaries across the state beginning September 20, 2021.

The CLOVR and Care by Design partnership responds to the patient demand of having a purely medical method to medicate without the calories and sugar in edibles or the inhalation of smokeable products. This partnership will bring a new line of CBD and THC ratio products launching with 1:1 and 2:1, and 4:1 CBD:THC ratios with plans to expand to 8:1 and 18:1 products. Care by Design’s ratio products allow Missouri patients to choose a combination of the cannabinoids Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD) that best fits their ailment in a discreet and effective method.

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Feast Magazine: Gourmet Chocolates Enter the Cannabis Game in Missouri

By Feast Magazine on Sep 15, 2021 9:57:06 AM

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In Kansas City: Christopher Elbow and Clovr Create a High-End Chocolate Brand, Emphasis on High

By CLOVR Marketing Team on Aug 5, 2021 9:52:35 AM

Last year, Kansas City-based Clovr began creating quality cannabis products for Missouri’s medical marijuana patients—everything from gummies and vape pens to concentrates and beverages. One thing that was missing in their cannabis-infused collection was chocolate. And Clovr didn’t want to feature any chocolatier, they wanted Christopher Elbow to helm their efforts.

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Medical Marijuana & Cancer Treatment:  an Insider's Perspective

By MK Thom on Jul 12, 2021 1:26:00 PM

Marijuana and medical treatments - particularly cancer treatments - have traditionally been more dichotomous than homogeneous.  This is all changing with the widespread acceptance of marijuana for medicinal purposes.  We recently had the opportunity to hear from Cole Keeley, a Colorado-based chemo compounder who works in a cancer treatment center.  

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