Skip to content
August 14, 2022


Investment information for the new generation

Heritage (CANN.C) RAD and feelgood brands are Manitoba bound

Heritage Cannabis Holdings (CANN.C) RAD and feelgood. brand have launched for order in Manitoba today, according to a press release.

The feelgood. brand is brand new, introduced yesterday as it turns out, and now their extra strength CBD oil has been shipped to provincial retailers.

“Manitobans will soon have access to two of our newer brands RAD and feelgood., which both offer consumers high-quality products at affordable prices. With our growing availability of SKU now over 80, consumers in Manitoba will have improved choice in the products they purchase and access to a high-potency health and wellness brand that is new to the province. We couldn’t be happier with the early success of RAD and the positive feedback we have on the products. We believe consumers will be equally happy with feelgood. product quality and price,” said David Schwede, president of Heritage’s recreational division.

A long-time equity guru client, Heritage is a cannabinoid company involved in the production and sale of hemp-based and cannabis-based products and services for both the medical and recreational markets. In the United States, Heritage operates under Opticann, an oral and topical cannabis company dealing in oral and topical products using CBD and CBG under the patented VESIorb drug deliver system.

Their two Canadian subsidiaries are Voyage Cannabis and CannaCure, and both are completely regulated and compliant under the Cannabis Act. Their primary business is through the aforementioned subsidiaries, but also through their five brands, Purefarma, Pura Vida, Premium 5, and now RAD and feelgood.

The feelgood. brand includes a CBD facial rejuvenation cream, an extra strength CBD muscle cream, and an extra strength THC muscle cream. These products have the highest potency of active ingredients you can get in the Canadian market today. The RAD brand, in contrast, offers affordable extract and extract derivative products, including vapes, shatter, crumble and isolate.

Their other three brands have been widely available in Manitoba since the dying months of 2020, and have generated a substantial amount of support in the province.


Shares are down a half a penny today, and are now trading at $0.16

—Joseph Morton

Full disclosure: Heritage Cannabis Holdings is an equity guru marketing client

More on

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x