“HIGHker's Lunchbox” Now Available at Select Arizona Dispensaries – AZmarijuana.com

Uncle Herbs, the award-winning brand of cannabis-infused products in Arizona, announced that its limited edition HIGHker’s Lunchbox is now available at certain dispensaries.

The unique, artist-designed collectible comes filled with some of the company’s most popular products, including:

Botanical Joint Salve – 250mg Dried Pineapple – 100mg Peanut Butter Pretzels – 100mg Cherry Bombs – 100mg Natural Chapstick – 20mg

The HIGHker’s Lunchbox is available at these select dispensaries:

Nirvana Center (Phoenix) Phoenix Relief Center (Phoenix) Untamed Herbs (Payson) Sticky Saguaro (Chandler) Green Hills Patient Center (Show Low) Curaleaf (all locations)

Due to the limited edition nature of the HIGHker’s Lunchbox, customers are encouraged to call the dispensary first and confirm availability. Brandy Page Jones, Wholesale Manager at Uncle Herbs, said she expects the fun and useful lunchbox to sell out quickly.

“Everyone loves the HIGHker’s Lunchbox,” said Jones. “We had a lot of fun putting it together and people seem to really appreciate the thoughtfulness and creativity that went into it. I hope everyone that wants one, can get one, before they’re sold out.”

Uncle Herbs products are loved throughout Arizona. The company is respected because they use natural and wholesome ingredients, and carefully craft their products in small batches to ensure the highest quality.

The company has won numerous awards, including: “Best Edible” from the Phoenix New Times, and at the 710 Cup.

The HIGHker’s Lunchbox was designed by Jasmin Meier, an internationally known artist and illustrator based in Byron Bay, Australia. Her work has been seen around the globe and includes commissions from some of the most popular brands in the world.

Learn more by calling Brandy Page Jones at 602.619.8606 or at bjones@uncleherbsaz.com.

AP Photo Hans Pennink

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