In the euphoric aftermath of marijuana legalization victories in California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada last November, the marijuana blogosphere was alive with predictions about which states would be next to free the weed. But unlike the first eight states, which all legalized it via the initiative and referendum process, for legalization to win this year, […]
Kentucky gears up for third year of hemp research projects
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture started these industrial hemp research projects to study production, processing and potential products. "It's important to note that Kentucky, back in 2014 reintroduced a crop that had not been seen for decades," …
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Nike Brings Back Hemp Sneaker for 4/20
Currently, millions of dollars worth of hemp are imported every year for American industries. Companies like Nike use hemp fibers in sneakers; our automobile industry uses hemp fibers to produce plastic and car door panelling. In 2014, we spent an …
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Garden City, NY (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Vicki Eberhart is the Founder and President of Montague Farm LLC and Bunny Gold LLC, which specializes in manufacturing angora wool angora products, yarn, batting and natural fertilizer. Ms. Eberhart has attained the highest level of membership to the National Association of Professional Women as a VIP Woman of the Year and has been recognized for outstanding leadership and commitment within her profession.
For as far back as she could remember, Ms. Eberhart had a reverence for life that led her to live a life in accord with nature. Her love of animals and talent for finance and fashion became the inspiration for starting her business. Bunny Gold LLC is a successful farm where Angora rabbits are raised for their valuable fur. Unlike some rabbit farms, Bunny Gold’s Angora rabbits are raised in a completely sustainable “no kill” environment. Ms. Eberhart uses beautiful Angora rabbit fur to make unique fashion garments for which she is famous. Her one-of-a-kind designed pieces include designer wool and yarns in a wide range of mixes and colors. She also takes special orders from clients who provide their own original designs.
Although Ms. Eberhart is known primarily for manufacturing Angora wool and yarns, she also works with cotton, wool and the more exotic fibers such as silk alpaca, yak and musk ox. She also has a fondness for natural alternative mixes such as bamboo, hemp and recycled fibers.
Ms. Eberhart has received awards from American Cormo Sheep Association. She is a member of Washington Toxics Coalition, Food Democracy, The Society of American Angora Rabbit Breeders and the American Rabbit Breeders Association.
The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is a dynamic business network where nearly 500,000 accomplished, professional women come together to interact, exchange ideas and empower themselves. Through the extensive network of close to 400 NAPW Local Chapters nationwide, like-minded members make use of online networking, educational tools and many other valuable privileges of NAPW membership.
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Industrial Hemp production in Tennessee is one step closer to becoming a reality. Tuesday, farmers and some retailers discussed a licensing and inspection program, which is required before the state can move forward.
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(PRWEB) December 04, 2014
Bluebird Botanicals recently announced that the present year 2014, has become the best year for the business as the company took pride to reveal that it now has a minimum of 10,000 users of their hemp derived CBD oil, which is their leading product.
The market for industrial hemp derived CBD oil is a rapidly growing one. Bluebird Botanicals is on the forefront of it while holding a great reputation and recognition from all of their valued customers. They receive highly positive feedback on a daily basis.
Bluebird Botanicals is managed by Brandon Beatty and co-owned by Beatty and Dr. Rick Potts. The company is selling CBD oil, which is an oil extract abundant in Cannabidiol and is derived from industrial hemp. The hemp CBD industry is a relatively new one, but Bluebird Botanicals positioned itself well and has had a great year of successful sales, solidifying its position in the hemp and cannabis industries. Bluebird Botanicals now constantly receives positive testimonials regarding the company and their products. Their first CBD sale was conducted last November 4, 2013 and today, they take pride to say that they are supplying their product in various parts of the world, having more than 15,000 orders which include those they supply to more than 200 professional wholesale clients.
The company’s CBD oil contains more than 80 different cannabinoids, most importantly CBD, CBC, CBG, CBN and others yet to be completely identified. Aside from the cannabinoids found in their industrial hemp oil extract, there are many other types of natural molecules and phyto-chemical compounds like amino acids, vitamins B1, B2, B6 and D, fatty acids like omega 3 and 6, trace minerals which include iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium and potassium, beta-carotene, chlorophyll, ketones and a lot more.
Bluebird Botanicals is a privately owned business. It is fully insured and trusted by thousands of customers. They also make use of different 3rd party laboratories for a thorough analysis of their products. Bluebird Botanicals promises to consistently offer high quality CBD oil at affordable prices.
“I am very happy with Bluebird’s CBD oil and their great customer service! I started my daughter on it 5 weeks ago and already seeing positive results.” -Pam Hoffer
“After taking the first fifteen drops, ten minutes later, my headache was totally gone, my stress went away, nausea gone and certain pains fell about 80%! After that first day, it only got better after that.” -Devin Long
“I purchased 1 ounce of the 250 mg CBD. I have found it most effective for getting a peaceful night’s sleep without any other sleep aids. I can’t remember sleeping so peacefully in years. It also seemed to help me with a bit with nausea.” -Didi Lomont
“After I got back from running my errands, I had such a profound feeling of gratitude wash over me. I sat down on the couch and smiled and began crying with tears of joy. I haven’t had a week like this in what seems like my entire life. The ringing in my ears is barely noticeable anymore. I have no pain. I feel awake, alert and alive! This is not an exaggeration. It’s difficult for me to find the words to completely express my gratitude to you.” -Lou (Ohio)
About Bluebird Botanicals
Bluebird Botanicals is a privately owned company that specializes in selling high quality CBD oils made from the extracts of industrialized hemp. The company is also focused on carrying and providing a few of the world’s most complete superfoods including other forms of botanical supplements. The company comes with a mission, which is to form a positive effect on people and to the whole world with the help of their strict business and sourcing practices to provide a type of product that will meet and even exceed the expectations of their valued customers.
Bluebird Botanicals does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA). Cannabidiol is a natural constituent of industrial hemp and hemp oil.
To know more about Bluebird Botanicals, please do not hesitate to visit http://www.bluebird-botanicals.com.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
Some media pundits are already looking ahead to 2016, when a number of states are expected to vote on expanding the legalization of recreational marijuana, as the next major milestone for the cannabis industry.
But a large group of financial analysts beg to differ, and say this year could see a breakthrough event when it comes to mainstream investment in marijuana-related companies.
Earlier this month Founder’s Fund, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, announced it was making a multimillion-dollar investment in Privateer Holdings, a private equity group that owns several cannabis-related companies.
Soon after that announcement, Privateer Holdings CEO Brendan Kennedy noted the Founder’s Fund investment signaled “that they, like us, believe that the end of (marijuana) prohibition and the social harms it causes is inevitable.”
The momentum towards the national legalization of marijuana also appears to be happening faster than many analysts expected – while bringing with it a new wave of investment.
According to research quoted by the magazine Inc., investors have placed over $ 104 million in cannabis and cannabis-related companies, while investment in the marijuana industry rose by 941.5 percent in 2014.
And Todd Harrison, former hedge fund manager and founder and CEO of the financial media company Minyanville, told Yahoo Finance that the cannabis industry “will be the single best investment theme for the next ten years, in my view.”
“Once we start to see this adopted across more state lines you’re going to see it picked up on Wall Street research desks,” he said in a 2014 interview, “and that’s where I think you see the move into mainstream investment.”
In Colorado, where the recreational, adult use of marijuana was legalized last year, there is a sense that the cannabis industry is already in a new phase of its history.
“There’s a feeling that we’ve reached the second chapter,” says Ryan Fox, CEO and founder of Kindman, one of Colorado’s oldest and most established producers.
“I got into the industry in 2008, when it just medical marijuana, and started the company in 2009,” he notes. “This company began with a credit card loan to buy $ 9,000 worth of equipment. And now, investors are realizing how lean and efficient our operations are, as well as understanding how huge the consumer demand for cannabis actually is.”
“2015 is going to be the year that we see mainstream investors enter the cannabis industry, with some of the larger organizations – the ones that have been the innovators in the cannabis industry – being the first to get offers from the institutional investors,” says Andy Rodosevich, co-founder of WeedLife – an social network marketplace that works with Kindman and other cannabis-related companies on online marketing and connectivity.
And Rodosevich points to Kindman, with its years of experience and its pioneering, pre-packaged brands of cannabis products that are already in use across Colorado, as “a great example of an organization that sees the future, and is ready for national distribution.”
The WeedLife Social Network Marketplace is a series of free-to-use websites specifically designed for the marijuana industry and its consumers – bringing news, sales information and other important cannabis-related data together, all under one online roof. WeedLife’s network of web site apps creates an online social marketplace of ideas, products and connections that work with both cannabis producers, distributors and dispensaries, as well as the tens of thousands of ancillary companies supporting the industry.
WeedLife also allows cannabis consumers and businesses to communicate and learn more about each other in a more rapid timeframe — helping them to better target their products, services and customer needs — as the cannabis sector’s consumer demographic changes, evolves and matures.
For more information, visit: http://weedlife.com
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