As of January 2019, Industrial Hemp is now Federally legal across the USA
Imagine a world we can live in
without pain or inflammation
Hemp Technologies Global is purchasing farm land in Oregon to turn into a working Hemp farm, growing and processing Industrial Hemp for medicine and building healthy, affordable homes.
According to the Brighten Group, "Hemp CBD Market to Reach $22 Billion By 2022: Outpacing the Rest of the Cannabis Market Combined."
The rest of the hemp bush (excluding straw) is called ”Biomass” and goes for around $35 - 70/lb depending on time of year.
There’s more money in Hemp than Marijuana
From Canada to New Zealand Hemp Technologies has been growing Hemp for more than a decade. We do all the farming, from seed selection, propagation, transplanting, harvesting, drying, processing and sales. And we’ll have federal crop insurance.
This is a limited time offer until all profit participation units are sold. If you want more info click this link and complete the application form online. One of our team will contact you in a timely manner.
Do you guys build with Hemp ?
YES indeed we do and we’re known for this worldwide - that’s why all the stalks collected at harvest will be decorticated and mixed with our proprietary lime binder to make affordable housing ”HemPods” like the one pictured here.
Homes ’n Health
FINE PRINT: Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Most of the hemp grown in Oregon will be homogenised and extracted into ”winterised” crude and then into ”Full Spectrum [THC-Free] Distillate to be distributed directly to Investors and sold on supply contracts to third parties for further manufacturing into retail goods.
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