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Canadian startup releases new liquid cannabis dispenser

Djot calls the device ” The Keurig of cannabis”

The portable Djot Dispenser adds the desired cannabis dose, in precise 1 mg intervals, to anything you’re drinking. Photo via Djot

The Canadian start-up Djot has released a new dispenser that gives a cannabis spin to any drink.

On Tuesday, the Toronto-based startup, which is a division of Voyager Products Inc. announced the launch of its pocket-sized electronic dispenser for liquid concentrates which the company calls ” The Keurig of cannabis”.

The device offers personalized and precise cannabis dosing after pressing a button. Its “dPods” are  filled with cannabis oils and have no additives or sugars. The oil can then be dispensed into any beverage.

The company says it’s launching in the cannabis sector first with plans to expand into other areas such as health and wellness as well as pharmaceutical medicine.

Djot hopes to change how consumers can directly impact their overall health and personalize prescription medicine doses based on users’ age, weight, and tolerance, the company said in a statement.

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“Our proprietary, portable product is simple to use and seamlessly adds the desired cannabis dose, in precise 1 mg intervals, to anything you’re drinking,” Djot co-founder Arjen Melis said.

“The accompanying dPods are formulated to cater to everyone’s unique needs throughout the day: a boost between meetings or a relaxing remedy that becomes an evening ritual.”

Djot was funded by tech venture capital firm Draper Cygnus, and founded in 2019 by Canadian entrepreneurs Elad Barak, Giovanni Gerbolini and Arjen Melis.


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