When one thinks about Cannabinoids the first letters that typically come to mind are THC and CBD — but that is beginning to change. Since there are over 105 different cannabinoids already identified, it was only a matter of time before growers, geneticists, and breeders started shifting their attention to what are currently called the “Minor” Cannabinoids. Read more …
With the rapid changes in the industrial hemp space, Zev has written an article outlining the emerging opportunities by using the various products which can be made from the industrial hemp stalk.
On October 24-25th Zev participated in the inaugural hemp event for the Texas Hemp Harvesters Association. The event took place at the brand new Texas A&M AgriLife center in Dallas. The presentation was geared for Texas farmers interested in growing hemp during the 2020 season.
By Scott Bennett @scottrbenn
If you visited a gas station or convenience store in 2019, you likely noticed the sale of CBD or cannabidiol and other industrial hemp-derived products. Touted by marketers as having a range of body and mind benefits, Americans have flocked to these products. But what is CBD, why now and is it even legal?
Hemp Marketplace founders Zev Paiss and Joheem Loh were interviewed as special guests on the popular Podcast: Raising Cannabis Capital.
The Hemp Marketplace has demonstrated its viability to build the largest and most trusted online community of hemp buyers, sellers and end users. After two years of operation, more than 2 million page views, and over 150,000 users, the Hemp Market is now poised for the next stage of expansion. Learn more at: https://hemp.rawmarket.place/blog/2019/07/31/hemp-marketplace-featured-on-raising-cannabis-capital-podcast/
State-by-state hemp updates .
Great news from Capitol Hill: The SAFE Banking Act has passed the US House of Representatives by a vote of 321 to 103!
The moment has arrived!
We are so excited to announce that on December 20th, 2018 President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill which included the full text of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018
More specifics about the impacts of the Farm Bill can be found at this summary of the Farm Bill drafted by The Hemp Roundtable General Counsel, Jonathan Miller. It’s an exciting time for hemp. We look forward to working with all of our Hemp Supporters as this industry moves forward! Please contact us if you are interested in getting involved as a farmer, business owner, investor, etc. Contact: Zev@AbrahamPaiss.com.
New year, new food. That’s the saying, right? If you’re wondering what tasty new products will be flooding shelves and restaurant menus in 2018, don’t worry, we got you. We’ve sipped and snacked our way through the latest innovations to determine what you’re going to want to get your hands on this year—and you won’t have to spend an arm and a leg at the local organic market to do so.
1. The Trend: Hydrogen Water
While we don’t agree on much in this tumultuous world of nutrition, we probably all can agree that we need to drink more water. And when regular old H2O gets boring, health buffs are turning to the supposed energy-charged benefits of Hydrogen Water.
Dr. Cody Cook, the owner of HTWO brand, claims that more than 16 gold medalist athletes are using the stuff, which purportedly helps boost energy, provides antioxidants, and quickly removes lactic acid. Admittedly, the science in this area is weak at best, but we love the clean crisp flavor (and it might have helped to make our hangover a little less intense). If you’re thirsty and feeling like the tap water isn’t cutting it, give this a go.
HTWO hydrogen water is available at Kroger, Natural Foods, and online for $2-3 per pack. HFactor hydrogen water is also available at Giant Food, local natural food markets, and online for $3 per pack.
Not so long ago, solar power was something of a dream for those who were ahead of the curve in the environmental movement. It appeared to be an option for the wealthy and for those who had committed themselves to environmentalism.
The idea that we could heat our homes and generate electricity from little more than sunshine seemed like a utopian ideal.