MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (February 14, 2020)—GreenWay Herbal Products, LLC, a botanical innovation company rooted in science, recently launched Tanasi, a line of hemp-derived cannabinoid products. Each product is specially formulated using a patent-pending CBDA/CBD formula developed at one of the world’s leading plant-science university research labs investigating botanical medicine and health.
The Tanasi brand is committed to creating the highest quality, scientifically-validated nutritional supplement products. To ensure the highest levels of purity, potency and biological activity in its products, Tanasi has partnered with world-renowned Middle Tennessee State University and funded a $2.5 million research grant. Through this research, they created a specific patent-pending formulation of non-psychotropic cannabinoids: cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabidiol-acid (CBDA).
“While consumers can choose from many CBD companies, Tanasi is the first brand to provide a line of hemp extract CBD products developed by a team of PhDs in a university setting,” said Jeff Heeren, CEO of GreenWay Herbal Products. “The combination of CBDA/CBD is the foundation of Tanasi’s products and what sets us apart from others.”
Tanasi’s product line currently comprises of 22 different products including hemp-derived full spectrum tinctures, capsules, lotions, salves, a water-soluble drink concentrate and red panax ginseng extract capsules. All of the Tanasi CBD products contain the patent-pending university developed formula of CBDA/CBD, are third-party tested, non-psychoactive, whole-hemp extracts, and contain the legal threshold of 0.3% THC or less. Tanasi’s ginseng products use Korean Red Panax Ginseng and are pure concentrated versions of the ginseng root in capsule form.
A third-party Certificate of Analysis (COA) is available with each batch run, showing the quantity of cannabinoids in every Tanasi product and is available on tanasi.com. All COAs are from third-party labs, and Tanasi products are tested from plant to finished product. The biomass (hemp plants) are tested during grow cycles, at harvest, at first extraction, during cannabinoid isolation, during formulation, after formulation, and after final product packaging.
Visit tanasi.com for more information.