More flavor, less sugar.
Sleep - Berry Sleepy
100mg THC | 50mg CBN per container
Nobody likes tossing and turning. By combining our clinically proven fast-acting technology with the sedative properties of THC and CBN, Ripple Sleep products may help ease you into a restful night’s sleep 2X faster than the other guys.
Ripple QuickGummies have a 2:1 ratio of THC to CBN and a delicious Berry flavor to lull you into dreamland
Rosin vs. Resin vs. Distillate - What's the Difference?
Rosin and resin are both types of cannabis concentrates that are made through the extraction of cannabis, but they can be made from different starting materials and have key differences in terms of their production and properties.
Some terms you may have heard before referring to these forms of concentrate may include: rosin, resin, live rosin, live resin, hash rosin, budder, batter, nectar, cold cure, cured, and more. See our glossary here.
Rosin (including hash rosin and live rosin) is made by pressing the plant oils from fresh, frozen cannabis flowers or pre-made hash using heat and pressure.
The resulting product is a high-potency, sticky, sap-like substance that is rich in terpenes and cannabinoids. Live rosin is the most popular form of dab-able rosin, as it preserves terpenes as it’s made from fresh frozen buds. The process of making rosin is more basic, where rosin is made by applying heat and pressure to dried cannabis or hash made from dried cannabis.
Rosin extractions are referred to as “solventless.”
Resin is a little more broad, but usually associated with “Live” or “Cured” Resins, and are hydrocarbon extracted. Other common names for “resin” include Live or Cured Resin, Live or Cured Sugar, Live or Cured Budder/Batter, shatter, or oil (errl iykyk).
Resin extraction methods include solvents other than water, heat, and pressure – including Butane (BHO), Propane (PHO), mixed hydrocarbon, CO2, or Ethanol.
Distillate refers to the product resulting from additional processing steps, and could in theory be made with any concentrate, including rosin. The steps to create distillate include heating the concentrate at very specific levels to purify and activate the THC. This may be repeated multiple times, and be paired with additional filtration steps.
These terms (rosin, resin, & distillate) are not based on scientific naming nor legislation, but seem to stay rather consistent in the market, industry wide.
How do I get that money?
Ripple likes to reward those who keep us alive and thriving. Its very possible you can be rewarded, right now. If not, its just as possible we can make it happen.
Get in touch with your sales rep and find out how!
We can plan an incentive based on your store size, number of employees, preferences, product selection, and more!
tips for getting that money
BOGO or 2 for $20 Deals
Percentage DealsIt’s still worth mentioning a sale product, and you don’t have to be pushy about it.
“We’re also featuring one of our vendors with 25% off this week. Ripple is a very unique product, because it’s a fast acting edible that makes anything an edible.”
Edible ShoppersThey are looking for edibles, so what could be better than something that hits in 15 minutes, AND can be anything they want to eat? Skip the normal list of product types –
“If you’re looking for edibles, I’d love to tell you about Ripple. They start to hit in less than 15 minutes, and you can eat anything to get high.”
Sometimes you’ll get a medical dose shopper who “has to eat too much.” Let them know that Ripple has shown a 30% better absorption rate than other edibles, AND comes in 0 calorie options.”
Smokers & Dabbers
Shoot your shot on “adding edibles” for a complete basket, or pitching the deal. You have a unique opportunity to turn a specific statement around – “Edibles don’t work on me”
“I’m not always the biggest fan of edibles, but Ripple works super quick and feels closer to smoking a joint because of the way it works. They’ve also shown it to absorb better than traditional edibles, so if you ever given them another shot, try Ripple.”
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Don't wait for edibles
What is worse than waiting?
Waiting so long the concert ends?
Waiting so long you fall asleep?
Your friends feeling it 2 hours ahead of you and having all the fun?
“Intoxicating effects of this product may be delayed by up to 4 hours.” Is a required warning on all Colorado edible labels.
While this may be true, Ripple and Colorado State University, have proven using real humans and blood tests (on human blood), that Ripple THC starts to enter your blood stream in about 10 minutes, and you should be feeling it all at the 45 mark.
No other company can say this, because CSU has only worked with us.
Also, not that it really matters, but we also compared our products to the other “quick” ones, and our gummies hit 2x times faster.
Ripple gets you extra baked, for free
What is worse than not feeling it?
Spending way more money to feel it?
Not having enough money and half feeling it?
Your friends feeling it having all the fun without you?
Ripple did some dope studies with CSU up in Fort Collins, and the tests showed – Ripple technology absorbs 31% better than other edibles.
Great news for those with high tolerances. Great news for those who want to save a buck. With Ripple’s low prices and great tech, making it your go to is a no-brainer.
Bake Ripple into any food, and now you have some food that will get you baked. You can also pour Ripple into anything, no cooking or preparation necessary.
like smoking weed, but not
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Gummies are best enjoyed . . .
When you need an extra confidence boost
Pure Gummies: Blood Orange
When you need a push in the right direction
Balanced Gummies: Green Tea Mango
During a tedious and difficult work day
Relief Gummies: Honey Lavender