BevanDSuits started the topic The Next 100 Years: Rural Prosperity & Hemp Exposition Free Online in the forum RAWmarket.place Events 1 year, 1 month ago
Hello Just launched this free expo, come check it out: https://www.integralrnd.com/the-next-100-years
This is about the cause of rural prosperity and how hemp can contribute to it, starting in the state of Wisconsin.
Amen Brother. Herb A Lites teas, capsules, etc are a great product and value. I tried to find some equivalent locally at the store, no comparison. They have great customer service also
Hey, just for laughs I called the guy just to check him out, asked about their THC products, can they mail to Georgia, he said no problem. Sounds like some foreign guy half asleep in his living room chair. So there is a person. I didn’t say anything about this posting.
What do you think?
Talking to a cannabis trader, he’s telling me that the industry in a few short years will be like corn, where there’s not much profit, which is where it’s going already. Good news for consumers on CBD pricing but farmers will lose their value and end up at the short end of the corporate stick. So what I want to know is why…[Read more]
At Georgia Tech, they can’t even legally talk about hemp until the Governor signs the new law into effect, but we have a proposal from three of their researchers.
Here is one: Preliminary Proposal to study the extraction of cannabinoids from cannabis biomass using co-solvents with supercritical and near-critical solvents
More details…[Read more]
I read so many opinions it’s hard to figure out which is the right way, since there is so little scientific data to back up the claims. Such as with clones, I can take that at face value but what’s it based on?
It’s a gold rush mentality, pretty much unregulated, so there are going to be folks taking advantage of consumers. It’s at every level and includes wealthy people who operate semi-legitimate hemp businesses.
The economic and long term potential of hemp is big, in terms of what it can bring to rural communities in decline. Our historic agrarian culture is largely dead, thanks to predatory capitalism that looked at the family farm in terms of efficiency for commodity production on behalf of Wall Street, the AgriBiz behemoths and their friends at the…[Read more]
Imagine having this team of folks to work with, to take the hemp industry to the next level: http://www.rbi.gatech.edu/
Our team is meeting with their leadership this week to discuss the product opportunities they see for hemp. These are top level PhDs of the paper/pulp/cellulose industry, some with decades working for companies like Kimberly…[Read more]