Israel is one of the world’s leaders in cannabis research and development. By partnering with Israeli companies, this brand will provide both medical-grade products for CBD oil and mushroom supplements that are legal across all states in the US.

Tikun-Olam Cannbit, an Israeli cannabis firm, has teamed up with Ambrosia-SupHerb, an Israeli nutritional supplement company, to create and sell a line of cannabis and mushroom-based supplements.

The items, which will include various nutritional supplements such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and plants, are now being developed by both firms’ research and development teams. The medications will be available in a gel tablet or pill shape, according to NoCamels, and will be offered over the counter at pharmacies.

General Manager Avinoam Sapir of Tikun-Olam Cannbit remarked in a news statement,

“We see our combined empirical research and extraction experience, as well as SupHerb’s product development and delivery capabilities in the nutritional supplement sector in Israel and throughout the globe, as ideal synergy.” As we have seen the mushroom business blossom in the East and increase in the United States, this is a market with huge sales potential.”

The mushroom craze began in the Far East and has lately gained traction in the West. Both firms intend to take advantage of this rapid expansion by entering the Israeli and European markets.


Gary Miller is an actor, writer, director, comedian, and businessman. Gary, a Veriheal Media Curator, was born and raised in Denver, Colorado.

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