Good Day introduces Pink Sprinkles, donations for October October 10, 2022 By Griffin Coop Good Day Farm is donating a portion of the sales of its Pink Sprinkles flower and concentrate this month to an organization dedicated to cannabinoid research, according to a press release issued by the Pine Bluff cultivator. Good Day Farm has made an initial donation of $15,000 to Realm of Caring, a Colorado nonprofit organization that performs cannabinoid research and provides access to a library of medical cannabis studies. Good Day is offering a similar promotion in Missouri where it operates a cultivation facility and several dispensaries. The Missouri promotion includes the same flower as the promotion in Arkansas but under the name Titty Sprinkles. “We launched Titty Sprinkles to honor the millions of women – and their loved ones – affected by breast cancer,” Good Day Farm Chief Marketing Officer Laurie Gregory said in a company press release. “This strain is truly a labor of love, cultivated with the express purpose of supporting breast cancer research and awareness in the communities we serve. For many breast cancer patients and survivors, medical cannabis is a life-changing tool for coping with their physical and psychological symptoms. This partnership enables us to support Realm of Caring’s growing body of cannabinoid research, including its usefulness for breast cancer patients.” Patients will be encouraged contact Realm of Caring for “help choosing the right cannabinoid therapy options” and to join the nonprofit’s research registry, the company said. Pink Sprinkles is an indica-dominant strain with a sweet grape flavor, according to Good Day.