From Forbes to Yahoo, the people and products of Lazarus Naturals have made headlines this spring. Check out our press coverage throughout April and May!
Lazarus Naturals signed a partnership with the Portland Pickles for the first-ever CBD sponsorship deal in baseball history. We’ll also sponsor a summer concert series at Lents Park, where the Pickles host games at Walker Stadium.
Forbes covered the “significant” deal that begins this season. Willamette Week also noted that our products can be purchased during the games. Local outlet KGW8 quoted Ross Campbell, Portland Pickles General Manager, and Dylan Summers, our Interim CMO and Director of Government Affairs.
“We think we found the perfect partner in Lazarus Naturals to carry on our mission in the community,” said Campbell.
For astrology buffs, Vice said our Blood Orange High Potency CBD Tincture is great for the Aries in your life. INKED also included our Standard Potency CBD Tincture in their gift guide and highlighted the all-natural ingredients.
Gifts and Decorative Ingredients included several Lazarus items in their roundup of top CBD products. Writer Alex Herring called out our CBD Massage Oil, CBD Coconut Oil and assorted tinctures as his favorites.
PopSugar Fitness added our French Vanilla Mocha High Potency Tincture to their list of products for staying healthy. Staff writer Jenny Sugar noted the “yummy” flavor and how the tincture helps relax her.
Yahoo included our Standard Potency CBD Tincture in their list of “12 Products People With Lyme Disease Swear By.”
Two longstanding employees at Lazarus Naturals were quoted as CBD experts in several publications. Dylan was included in a Progressive Grocer story about major grocery chains gearing up to carry CBD products. He noted that “until the FDA decides how [to] regulate [products], topicals are less risky for retailers than ingestibles.”
Justin Amesbury, our Director of Research and Development, was quoted in a Refinery29 story about CBD and drug tests. He also featured in a Real Health magazine article that touched on CBD as medicine.
“The future for CBD is very bright,” said Justin. “As we continue to uncover more of the potential benefits of CBD…we’ll be able to provide targeted therapies to those in need.”