Hemp is cultivated for multiple uses across several industries, resulting in a wide array of products, including foods, health products, fabrics, ropes, natural remedies, building materials, and much more. Join us in learning more about this sustainable miracle plant.
Mulch & Compost
Automotive Components & Parts
Fabrics like Canvas, Carpets & Clothing
Cardboard & Packaging
Fine & Specialty paper
Newspaper & Printer/Copy Paper
Landscaping Material & Supply
Shoes, Handbags & More
Mulch & Compost
Animal & Human Foods
Body Care Products
Dietary & Food Supplement
Shampoos & Soaps
Facilitates generation of new neurons and involved in neuroprotection, regulation of motor activity, synaptic plasticity, and control of certain memory processing.
CBI receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system. Trace amounts are also sent out to other tissues.
CB2 receptors are most commonly found in the peripheral organs, especially cells associated with the immune system
Helps regulate the immune system by suppressing proinflammatory cytokine production.
Enhances the hypothalamic function which regulates metabolism, reproduction and responses to stress
Maintains balance by controlling food intake and metabolic functions such as energy storage, nutrient transport, and modulating insulin sensitivity.
Enhances stamina by regulating blood sugar and encourages “runners high”.
Helps protect the GI tract from inflammation and abnormally high gastric and enteric secretions.
Helps regulate bone mass and bone regrowth.