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CBD: Cooperation to Outdo Competition – Healthcare Packaging

Anne Marie Mohan, Editor, Contract Packaging magazine

Anne Marie Mohan, Editor, Contract Packaging magazine

Much attention has been given to the business opportunities around legalized medical and recreational marijuana. However, there has been less “buzz” (pun intended) about CBD, or cannabidiol, and the emerging market for CBD products.

At the CPA 2020 Annual Meeting in February, Bruce Bernstein, President of UBIX Processing, took the stage to provide clarity on CBD. UBIX is a co-pack/co-man of CBD products, including capsules, tinctures, gummy drops, salve, vape oil, and more. Said Bernstein, who is prostate cancer-free after treating the disease with CBD, “People should know this is a powerful compound for good.”

CBD is essentially industrial hemp, a compound of cannabis that contains less than 0.3% of the psychoactive component of marijuana, or THC, thus it does not produce a “high.” According to Bernstein, CBD provides relief for neurological, gastrointestinal, mood and behavior, pain, and sleep conditions, among other health issues, and is one of the most effective natural anti-inflammatory compounds available.

Given its efficacy, “CBD is gaining in popularity to the point of ad nauseum,” Bernstein shared. He added that according to Brightfield Group, the CBD market is on-track to grow to $23.7 billion through 2023, with the bulk of the growth coming from large retailers like CVS, Walgreens, and Kroger. In addition, CPGs and big box stores are now analyzing CBD products, and big box, convenience, and airport stores are test marketing the items.

But there are challenges with building a CBD business, he noted. Among them, the FDA has yet to come out with CBD guidelines, a strict GMP (CFR 11) operation is recommended, and there are a lot of “shady suppliers,” among other hurdles. “CBD will be the most highly scrutinized product for the foreseeable future,” he advised.

But Bernstein believes the market is so big, cooperation will outdo competition. “CBC will become another ingredient that private-label manufacturers and co-packers must learn about to experience the benefits of this personal health opportunity,” he said. “Organizations like the CPA create partnering opportunities that will help scale and solve massive order requests.” For those willing to meet the challenges, CBD appears to be fertile ground for solid business growth.

CBD: Cooperation to Outdo Competition – Packaging World

Anne Marie Mohan, Editor, Contract Packaging magazine

Anne Marie Mohan, Editor, Contract Packaging magazine

Much attention has been given to the business opportunities around legalized medical and recreational marijuana. However, there has been less “buzz” (pun intended) about CBD, or cannabidiol, and the emerging market for CBD products.

At the CPA 2020 Annual Meeting in February, Bruce Bernstein, President of UBIX Processing, took the stage to provide clarity on CBD. UBIX is a co-pack/co-man of CBD products, including capsules, tinctures, gummy drops, salve, vape oil, and more. Said Bernstein, who is prostate cancer-free after treating the disease with CBD, “People should know this is a powerful compound for good.”

CBD is essentially industrial hemp, a compound of cannabis that contains less than 0.3% of the psychoactive component of marijuana, or THC, thus it does not produce a “high.” According to Bernstein, CBD provides relief for neurological, gastrointestinal, mood and behavior, pain, and sleep conditions, among other health issues, and is one of the most effective natural anti-inflammatory compounds available.

Given its efficacy, “CBD is gaining in popularity to the point of ad nauseum,” Bernstein shared. He added that according to Brightfield Group, the CBD market is on-track to grow to $23.7 billion through 2023, with the bulk of the growth coming from large retailers like CVS, Walgreens, and Kroger. In addition, CPGs and big box stores are now analyzing CBD products, and big box, convenience, and airport stores are test marketing the items.

But there are challenges with building a CBD business, he noted. Among them, the FDA has yet to come out with CBD guidelines, a strict GMP (CFR 11) operation is recommended, and there are a lot of “shady suppliers,” among other hurdles. “CBD will be the most highly scrutinized product for the foreseeable future,” he advised.

But Bernstein believes the market is so big, cooperation will outdo competition. “CBC will become another ingredient that private-label manufacturers and co-packers must learn about to experience the benefits of this personal health opportunity,” he said. “Organizations like the CPA create partnering opportunities that will help scale and solve massive order requests.” For those willing to meet the challenges, CBD appears to be fertile ground for solid business growth.

Cannabis Countdown: Top 10 Marijuana And Psychedelics Industry News Stories Of The Week – Benzinga

Welcome to the Cannabis Countdown. In this week’s rendition, we’ll recap and countdown the top 10 Marijuana and Psychedelics industry news stories for the week of March 23rd – 29th, 2020.

Without further ado, let’s get started.

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10. These 2 Companies are Turning LSD, Magic Mushrooms, Ketamine and MDMA into the Next Blockbuster Drugs

Early Weed Investors and Business Minds are Positioning Themselves in the World of Psychedelic Medicine as the Flow of Smart Money Hits the Market

Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) founder Bruce Linton and Billionaire “Mr. Wonderful” Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank, are going all-in on what they think is a much bigger opportunity than the Cannabis Boom. Investors who missed the last bull market in Weed Stocks or got in too late should start researching the “Shroom Boom” immediately.

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9. Scientists Sue DEA Over Alleged ‘Secret’ Document That Delayed Marijuana Research Expansion

The Scottsdale Research Institute (SRI) is Behind the Suit

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is finding itself in court over marijuana again after scientists filed a lawsuit against the agency, requesting “secret” documents that they allege DEA used to delay action on expanding cannabis research.

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8. Panic Buying Shifts from Toilet Paper to Pot Stocks Amid COVID-19 Crisis

How Did This Happen? Just 3 Weeks Ago, it Looked as if the Sector Could Go up in Smoke

The cannabis sector is on fire, and the majority of Pot Stocks are posting gains like we haven’t seen in a long time. Since reaching new lows during the stock market’s massive Coronavirus correction, most Cannabis Stocks have reversed sharply and are now soaring at a time no one could have predicted.

READ FULL CANNABIS PANIC BUYING ARTICLE

7. Some Pot Producers Helping Fill Need for Crucial Medical Gear

Cannabis Producer Staff Often Use the Same Facemasks and PPE Gear That Hospital Workers Wear When Entering Grow Rooms to Help Prevent Plant Contamination

As hospitals across Canada scramble to find new protective gear for healthcare workers who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak, some are getting fresh shipments from an unlikely source: licensed cannabis producers. Several major Canadian licensed producers (LPs) such as Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) and HEXO (NYSE: HEXO) have provided hospitals with personal protection equipment (PPE) such as face masks, gloves, and bodysuits, drawing from their own excess inventory.

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6. Aleafia Health Launches Last-Mile Medical Cannabis Home Delivery Service

Service Will Provide Next Day Direct-to-Home Delivery to Medical Cannabis Patients

Aleafia Health (OTCQX: ALEAF) is launching its last-mile medical cannabis home delivery service. It will provide patients next-day, direct-to-home delivery on medical cannabis orders made in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe Region, home to over 9 million people.

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5. Michigan is Smoking More Marijuana Than Any Other State During Coronavirus Pandemic

Quarantine COVID-19 is Forcing People Across the World to Find Ways to Entertain Themselves

In Michigan, people are lighting up. According to a Twitter survey conducted by the health blog bodynutrition.org, Michigan residents are smoking marijuana more than any other state during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Analysts used trends software with direct access to geotagged twitter data to arrive at the conclusion.

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4. Curaleaf Breaks Trend, Begins Hiring Due to Pandemic Demands

It Appears That Curaleaf Has Broken the Recent Layoff Trend in the Cannabis Sector

Rather than looking to reduce headcounts, Curaleaf (OTCQX: CURLF) announced that it is looking to hire more employees after receiving essential service designation in a number of markets in which it operates.

READ FULL CURALEAF ARTICLE

3. Is Marijuana ‘Recession-Proof?’ Industry Experts Say Yes – to a Point – and Alcohol Might Be a Guide

The Legal Cannabis Industry Appears Poised to Enter Uncharted Waters: an Economy Engulfed By a Full-Fledged Recession

How would legal cannabis companies hold up in a severe downturn? Fairly well, said several industry experts. And alcohol sales might be a good barometer.

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2. Provinces are Making Cannabis an “Essential Service” During the Pandemic

Across Canada, a New Type of Policy is Being Enacted on Multiple Levels of Government — a State of Emergency

While all agree that grocery stores and emergency services are required to keep the masses fed and cared for, a few unsuspecting sectors of the economy have been placed on lists of services vital to Canadians getting through the coronavirus pandemic, including cannabis.

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1. Coronavirus Crisis Shows Marijuana is ‘Essential’ and Mainstream

Never Has it Been More Clear Than During the Current COVID-19 Pandemic That Marijuana Has Arrived at the Forefront of Mainstream American Society

In state after state, governors and public health officials are deeming cannabis businesses “essential” operations that can stay open amid coronavirus-related forced closures and stay-at-home mandates. People might not be able to go bowling or see a movie in theaters, but they can still stock up on marijuana.

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Fined by police for staying open, Fatty’s argues CBD oil is essential health care – Houston Chronicle

The police went into Fatty’s Smoke Shop in Beverly Hills, a small city surrounded by Waco, last Wednesday about 10 a.m., owner Jesse Singh recalled. His business, they informed him, is not considered essential under McLennan County’s emergency order, issued the previous day as part of the government’s increasingly restrictive efforts to slow COVID-19, the viral disease racing across the country.

“They also told my customers they were illegally out of the house because this wasn’t an essential business,” he said.

Singh balked, noting the county’s emergency order permitted “health care operations” to remain open, and that his shop sold CBD oil, among other products, which many people use to treat a variety of ailments. “My parents use it for arthritis,” he said.

The officers left, but returned later that evening, writing Singh a ticket for “violation of the emergency plan” — a fine of up to a $1,000 per day. He remained closed Thursday, but the store was back and open for business on Friday and Saturday, with strict social distancing measures and an official letter of complaint from his lawyer to the county firmly in place.

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On Sunday the police returned, this time threatening the clerk with a personal $1,000 fine, Singh said. The shop closed around 11 a.m.

Apart from apparently being one of the first punitive actions taken against a business for remaining open in violation of a county’s coronavirus emergency declaration, the dispute could foreshadow future legal battles as the business shut-down drags on.

It also highlights the challenge of enforcing a patchwork of emergency orders across the country and state when details of the directives can be open to interpretation.

“The assignment of essential vs. non-essential businesses seems arbitrary based on the current order in McLennan County,” Singh’s lawyer, Hunter Shurtlett, wrote in a March 27 letter to County Judge Scott Felton. “Currently, convenience stores as well as liquor stores are designated as essential businesses. Customers of Fatty’s rely on CBD products for severe health concerns and purchase the products for health care purposes.”

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Different counties have taken different approaches to the essential-business-only orders, both in identification and enforcement. Galveston County is “really looking for voluntary compliance,” Judge Mark Henry told the Texas Tribune. Collin County has permitted businesses to remain open but urged that they follow social distancing best practices.

Similar variations can be found for owners of shops that sell vaping equipment and CBD products who are seeking guidance.

Austin and Travis County appear to have been in the minority of jurisdictions specifically listing the shops as non-essential in their initial stay-home orders. MaryJae owner Francisca Anciso said she was disappointed to see her business listed as a must-close.

“We were hoping to go off the whole gray area thing,” she said.

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According to the Fort Worth business hotline, CBD shops may remain open but only for phone ordering and curbside delivery, like restaurants. But Tarrant County’s hotline said the shops were to remain completely closed as non-essential.

In Harris County, “CBD shops are not essential health care businesses under the emergency order and should not be open,” a spokesman for Judge Lina Hidalgo wrote. “As Judge Hidalgo has noted, any ambiguities in the Stay Home, Work Safe order should be resolved in favor of staying home or staying closed.”

Dallas County’s emergency order may have been ambiguous until Judge Clay Jenkins tweeted on March 25 that “vape shops and sellers of CBD oil are not essential businesses.”

Bexar County and San Antonio both agree that CBD shops are non-essential and should remain closed. That would come as a surprise to Vincent Gabriel, whose CBD American Shaman shop in Balcones Heights was open Saturday.

Gabriel said he checked with city officials before proceeding. “We’re following all the protocols we ought to be,” he said. “We’re being very cautious.”

Singh said his two other Fatty’s stores, in Bryan and San Marcos, remain open, as well. In fact, he said Brazos County officials contacted him to advise him on proper protocol for retailers.

But Beverly Hills Police Chief Thomas Schmidt said he is taking a strict interpretation of McLennan County’s definition of essential healthcare businesses. And by his reading Fatty’s “is not a pharmacy.”

“Everybody else who had a smoke shop has complied,” he added.

Felton, the McLennan County judge, did not respond to an email Sunday. But Singh said he hopes county authorities will eventually come around to seeing his products as essential, as well.

“It’s a misperception issue,” he said. “The police department is not aware that perfectly decent, good people use this.”

FLOWERSHOP MEDIA’S DIGITAL AD PLATFORM HELPS CANNABIS COMPANIES REACH CUSTOMERS – GlobeNewswire

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tech startup FlowerShop Media (FSM) is helping cannabis brands adapt to the changing marketplace by providing a platform to manage digital advertising campaigns. In a climate of social distancing, CBD and THC brands will look to replace conferences, trade shows and face-to-face marketing with ways to reach their customers online and in their homes. Now more than ever, cannabis brands need a way to navigate restrictive advertising regulations to market their products across mainstream publishing sites.
BOLD, a premium cartridge manufacturer, selected FSM as a cost-effective way to specifically target CBD and THC processors and growers who purchase vape products for their oils and extracts. With campaigns already underway, FSM is delivering geo-targeted messaging to consumers based on where they live and a separate ad to buyers for dispensaries. So far, the campaign has resulted in a 30 percent increase in website traffic and a spike in online sales.“Prior to FlowerShop Media, we relied on old-school outreach methods, such as trade shows or going through distributors to grow our territory,” said BOLD Founder & CEO Bill Rinehart. “Now we use FlowerShop’s digital ad platform to create brand awareness for the exact market we want to target. We saw dramatic growth in a short period of time using only digital ad campaigns targeting specific dispensaries in new markets, and we’re looking forward to expanding nationwide.”Using the FSM platform, cannabis advertisers can create, manage and optimize digital advertising campaigns on devices such as desktops, mobile devices and connected TV with ad formats that include display, mobile, video, native and digital out-of-home. This solution enables CBD and THC companies and their agencies to expand beyond trade publications and enthusiast sites by advertising on premium publishing outlets, such as Hearst newspapers and magazines (i.e. Car and Driver, Popular Mechanics, Women’s Health) and Gannett (i.e. USA Today and 100+ daily newspapers). Advertising buyers can use FSM as a self-service platform or as a managed service to help create and launch new campaigns.“Our goal is to make it easy for cannabis companies to advertise across Tier 1 publications,” said FSM CEO David Breckling. “Our direct relationships with the largest group of publishers allow us to promote our customers’ products to fresh, new audiences across major media and streaming services.”FSM’s underlying technology boasts a number of features that make it easy to advertise, including scaling one ad design across multiple media. Moreover, it removes a significant financial barrier that many small cannabis brands face because it doesn’t require contracts to get started or a minimum spend to launch campaigns.FSM’s easy-to-use self-serve platform and managed services supports advertising buyers and agencies regardless of their depth of adtech experience. The platform also offers a number of geo-targeting capabilities and complex functionality for the more advanced users and advertising agencies.Adtech veteran Breckling founded FSM to fill a critical business need in the cannabis space by offering a simplified advertising approach that navigates the ever-evolving state-by-state cannabis advertising regulations. His team’s combined experience in the adtech space delivers expertise to build brand loyalty and help cannabis businesses become profitable. As the CEO and co-founder of Phluant and EyeWonder Inc., Breckling has spent his career building successful tech companies.About FlowerShop Media:
FlowerShop Media, Inc., is a digital advertising platform for cannabis advertising buyers. With FlowerShop Media’s platform, buyers can create, manage and optimize digital advertising campaigns on devices such as desktops, mobile devices and connected TV with ad formats that include display, mobile, video, native and digital out-of-home. The company’s platform integrates major data with premium inventory to provide reach and decision-making capabilities while staying in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. For information, visit https://flowershop.media.
About BOLD:
BOLD brings a unique combination of early market entry experience as an initial investor in some of the largest grows in the industry and a proven track record of developing industry-leading companies with customer-focused products and services. The founding team of BOLD has built some of the biggest and most innovative technology companies in the world. Our business portfolio includes Global Crossing, LimeLight Networks, Unicorn Media (acquired by Brightcove) and DUFL. For information, visit https://boldcarts.com

Up Your CBD Knowledge: Hemp Industry Education With Max Simon, CEO Green Flower Media – Forbes

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Max Simon, CEO Greenflower

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With CBD slated to grow 107% annually over the next four years , the need for technicians in the CBD industry is immediate; yet no U.S. college, trade school or university offers a full-fledged course on Hemp or educates on how to succeed in various areas of the industry. Similarly, various state and federal regulators have sent mixed messages as to what the exact laws surrounding hemp are.

Enter Green Flower – a CBD education platform that offers students an inexpensive alternative to college, strengthening education amongst various areas of the industry and empowering the hemp economy. 

Recently I sat down with Max Simon, the CEO and Co-Founder of Green Flower Media to get his take on CBD education, workplace and state regulations surrounding hemp production and sales, as well as how people are getting involved in this burgeoning business.    

Max, tell us about Green Flower’s mission.

Our mission is to educate the world about how to succeed in CBD. We do that by producing industry-leading educational programs featuring the world’s top experts that cover every aspect of CBD today, including cultivation, extraction, compliance, and much more.

How have things changed since the passing of the 2018 US Farm Bill, in terms of CBD regulatory matters? Has it had a positive or negative impact?

There has been an absolute explosion of new CBD businesses and products that have hit the market trying to capitalize on the Farm Bill’s newly legalized status of hemp. Unfortunately, the FDA, USDA, and DEA are still un-clear and not on the same page about what proper regulations will look like throughout the supply chain, which is causing just about everyone to operate in a kind of legal gray zone. So while there is an overwhelming amount of interest and excitement for this new chapter of legal CBD from hemp, there is also a palpable level of uncertainty and confusion about what a truly legal and regulated CBD industry will look like.

Is CBD legal in every state?

Currently, 47 States fully permit the sale and use of hemp derived CBD, and the only S. Dakota, Nebraska, and Idaho have restrictions or flat out bans on the sale or use of CBD. 

For anyone who uses CBD day-to-day, are there any workplace or legal issues that may affect your employment?

Because many CBD products do not require strict laboratory testing to ensure accuracy of ingredients, many CBD products actually contain higher percentages of THC. This can cause problems if an employee is drug tested as they very likely would fail and lose their job. CBD products tainted with THC are the only real threat for someone’s employment.

How do you educate employers and municipalities about CBD use, efficacy and safety?

Green Flower is an online education company, so our Programs can be distributed to any employer or municipality around the country. This is how we are spreading trusted CBD education around the globe.

How is hemp-derived CBD extracted and manufactured?

CBD can be extracted through many different extraction methods including CO2, Ethanol, MCT-oil infusion, and more. The extraction process, and subsequently how they integrate those extracted cannabinoids into products, is a strategic choice made by each company and brand. We actually just released a full Extraction Program on Green Flower for anyone who’s interested in diving deeper.

Are different types of CBD better for different types of products?

Types of CBD usually refers to the difference between “whole plant CBD” and “CBD isolate”. Meaning, has the CBD been stripped out from all the other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, etc that come naturally within the plant so that it is just a single CBD molecule, or is it a product that still contains all those multiple ingredients in the formulation. Though it’s not proven unequivocally yet, the vast majority of anecdotal evidence suggests that if you’re looking for a CBD product that actually provides a meaningful benefit, you will want to find whole plant CBD products since the science suggests that this stimulates something called “The Entourage Effect” – essentially a symphony of molecules that work together to provide the maximum benefit. That said, whole-plant products usually taste pretty “herby” and often come primarily in tinctures and capsules. If you are consuming a CBD product that lacks that herbaceous note, it’s likely a CBD isolate product and it might not provide the same therapeutic benefits.

What steps can a person take if they are interested in entering the CBD industry

The CBD industry is full of opportunity, but it’s also very complicated and there is a lot to learn. To get involved, you’ll want to get educated on the regulations, the different product types, how CBD is being distributed, how you can and cannot market CBD, and which companies are building great brands. All of these topics are covered in detail in our CBD Certificate Program on Green Flower.

Tell us about a Green Flower Media success story. What are they doing now?

One of my favorite success stories is Dr. Kerklann, who was a chiropractor looking for his next big thing. He signed up for a Green Flower program, learned all about the blossoming Hemp industry, used that knowledge and inspiration to build a new line of CBD topicals, and now his products are distributed nationally and growing like crazy. A wonderful success story! 

Executive order extends cannabis application deadline – AdVantage – AdVantageNEWS.com

Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed an executive order Sunday extending the timeline for cannabis infuser, craft grower, and transporter license applications in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The deadline to submit applications for cannabis infuser, craft grower and transporter licenses to the Illinois Department of Agriculture has been extended from March 30 to April 30. The July 1, 2020 deadline for the issuance of those licenses remains in effect; IDOA will award up to 40 infuser licenses and up to 40 craft grower licenses.

While there is no limit on how many transporter licenses will be awarded, applicants must score at least 75 percent of the available points and meet all other requirements before being granted a transporter license.

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Hemp Naturals Premium CBD Gummies Are Now Available at Stop N Save – Yahoo Finance

„We’re focused on getting our Premium CBD Gummies in as many retail locations as possible. The expansion of the retail market will generate tremendous awareness for our brand” the spokesperson added

CBD is basically a superfood that when taken regularly, provides a broad host of amazing physiological benefits. Also, each product is handcrafted and proudly made in the USA. „Our hand-crafted CBD Gummies are FDA audited and are produced in a GMP compliant facility with pure Colorado hemp CBD.” The spokesperson added. Each product manufactured by the company is not only all-natural but also organic, gluten free and non-GMO. Furthermore, precisely 25mg of hemp extract is used per gummy and these products are also third-party tested and are certified for being free of any kind of THC, chemicals and pesticides.

This is a very exciting time for CBD companies to begin exploring new ways to improve the lives of those in our communities at Hemp Naturals. We are experiencing the start of a new age in this country, when people’s access to an improved quality of life is going to change dramatically through everyday products, and we are blessed and thrilled to help carry Florida into that future.

www.sec.gov. Hemp Naturals undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.” data-reactid=”17″>This release contains „forward-looking statements” that include information relating to future events and future financial and operating performance. The words „may,” „would,” „will,” „expect,” „estimate,” „can,” „believe,” „potential,” and similar expressions and variations thereof are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements should not be read as a guarantee of future performance or results, and will not necessarily be accurate indications of the times at, or by, which that performance or those results will be achieved. Forward-looking statements are based on information available at the time they are made and/or management’s good faith belief as of that time with respect to future events and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual performance or results to differ materially from those expressed in or suggested by the forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause these differences include, but are not limited to: fluctuations in demand for Hemp Naturals products, the introduction of new products, the Company’s ability to maintain customer and strategic business relationships, the impact of competitive products and pricing, growth in targeted markets, the adequacy of the Company’s liquidity and financial strength to support its growth, and other information that may be detailed from time-to-time in Hemp Naturals filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Examples of such forward-looking statements in this release include statements regarding future sales, costs and market acceptance of products as well as regulatory actions at the State or Federal level. For a more detailed description of the risk factors and uncertainties affecting Hemp Naturals please refer to the Company’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings, which are available at www.sec.gov. Hemp Naturals undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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Hemp Naturals, Inc. applauds the use of CBD during the Coronavirus outbreak – Yahoo Finance

How to Best Use CBD During the Coronavirus Outbreak".” data-reactid=”12″>MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / March 30, 2020 / Hemp Naturals Naturals, Inc. (OTC PINK:HPMM) is a developmental stage company that plans to research, develop, acquire and sell products containing CBD, including CBD infused Gummies, CBD infused tinctures, and many more CBD products currently being developed announced today that it is supportive of an article which suggests the best use of CBD during the coronavirus outbreak. More information can be found in this 420 Intel article: „How to Best Use CBD During the Coronavirus Outbreak„.

„As the world slows down and many people go on lockdown, using CBD oil can be a beneficial tool to promote balance and wellness in you, your family members, and even your pet.

It’s clear that we as a human community have not experienced anything quite like what we are facing today. While there have been mass epidemics in the past, the newest coronavirus (COVID-19) has us all collectively taking a pause and learning new ways to take care of ourselves.

During this period of social distancing, self-care is more important than ever. While staying connected through phone calls, social media, and apps like Facetime can prove to be very helpful for mental well being, we want to share a few ways CBD oil can promote health and wellness during these particularly tough times.

Everyone is feeling the ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak in ways small and large. With the weight of self-isolation, disruptions to many work schedules, and the uneasiness that comes with daily news updates, it’s no wonder we’re all feeling a bit unbalanced.

In the midst of all of this, slowing down and putting our health first right now is paramount. You may need to take a step back, limit distractions, and focus on healthy behaviors like meditation, exercise, journaling, sleep, nutritious eating, and limiting screen time.

CBD oil is an all-natural, non-intoxicating extract of the common hemp plant that provides your body with the balancing benefits of CBD and a wide array of beneficial plant-based nutrients that support a complete diet.” data-reactid=”20″>Adding CBD oil to your everyday self-care routine can also prove to be a highly effective and efficient way to encourage balance in your life right now. CBD oil is an all-natural, non-intoxicating extract of the common hemp plant that provides your body with the balancing benefits of CBD and a wide array of beneficial plant-based nutrients that support a complete diet.

endocannabinoid system, a major regulatory network responsible for maintaining homeostasis so that functions can perform more optimally. A long list of functions is kept in check by a well-operating endocannabinoid system, helping you feel better every day.” data-reactid=”21″>CBD helps naturally promote homeostasis by providing support to your body’s endocannabinoid system, a major regulatory network responsible for maintaining homeostasis so that functions can perform more optimally. A long list of functions is kept in check by a well-operating endocannabinoid system, helping you feel better every day.

As you face the unique challenges of this unprecedented time, we have developed a list of ways CBD oil can benefit you while you stay in, stay connected, and stay healthy.

Let’s be honest, remaining calm during a pandemic when food shelves are empty and work is on hold is a challenge, period. In other words, if you’re finding it challenging to stay centered, you are not alone.

By stimulating your endocannabinoid system, CBD oil can naturally promote a sense of balance in the body. A more efficient endocannabinoid system positively impacts various functions, including mood.

doesn’t have any intoxicating properties, so you’re not going to experience anything like a "couch-lock" effect. Consumers who regularly use CBD oil often report that they feel "a sense of calm" or "more centered" over time.” data-reactid=”26″>It’s important to point out here that CBD oil, when derived from hemp, doesn’t have any intoxicating properties, so you’re not going to experience anything like a „couch-lock” effect. Consumers who regularly use CBD oil often report that they feel „a sense of calm” or „more centered” over time.

RSHO® Blue Label Pure CBD Oil packaged in a convenient oral applicator or our RSHO® Gold Label CBD Oil Liquid. Both can be placed under the tongue for the fastest absorption or added to foods to be absorbed through the digestive system.” data-reactid=”27″>If you’re looking for a type of CBD oil to help encourage overall balance, try a higher-concentrated product like our RSHO® Blue Label Pure CBD Oil packaged in a convenient oral applicator or our RSHO® Gold Label CBD Oil Liquid. Both can be placed under the tongue for the fastest absorption or added to foods to be absorbed through the digestive system.

Once you ingest the pure CBD oil or CBD oil liquid, the CBD will interact with cannabinoid receptors throughout your body, stimulating your endocannabinoid system and promoting whole-body wellness and homeostasis.

Center for Disease Control is telling us to do it and do it right this time. Clean hands save lives is the message, and we are on board. But the "wet, lather, scrub, rinse, dry" protocol can take a toll on your hands. And if you’ve been regularly using hand sanitizers made with harsh alcohol, there is no doubt your hands could use some CBD oil goodness.” data-reactid=”30″>Yep, we are all back in preschool again when it comes to washing hands. The Center for Disease Control is telling us to do it and do it right this time. Clean hands save lives is the message, and we are on board. But the „wet, lather, scrub, rinse, dry” protocol can take a toll on your hands. And if you’ve been regularly using hand sanitizers made with harsh alcohol, there is no doubt your hands could use some CBD oil goodness.

CBD topical is more focused and targeted in delivering its natural balancing and wellness effects. When applied to the skin, CBD never reaches your bloodstream but instead interacts with cannabinoid receptors just below the skin’s surface, allowing you to direct the extract’s powerful benefits right to where they’re needed.” data-reactid=”35″>CBD oil offers many skincare benefits including nourishing, moisturizing, and rejuvenating the skin. That’s right- not all CBD oil has to be ingested or inhaled. A CBD topical is more focused and targeted in delivering its natural balancing and wellness effects. When applied to the skin, CBD never reaches your bloodstream but instead interacts with cannabinoid receptors just below the skin’s surface, allowing you to direct the extract’s powerful benefits right to where they’re needed.

CBD skincare products contain ingredients like beeswax, lavender, cedarwood, and camphora essential oils to nourish the skin.” data-reactid=”36″>At HempMeds®, some of our most popular CBD skincare products contain ingredients like beeswax, lavender, cedarwood, and camphora essential oils to nourish the skin.

RSHO® CBD Oil Salve (50 mg CBD) and our HempMeds® Hydrating & Soothing Hemp Body Lotion (100 mg CBD).” data-reactid=”37″>To find some tender love for your hands, check out our RSHO® CBD Oil Salve (50 mg CBD) and our HempMeds® Hydrating & Soothing Hemp Body Lotion (100 mg CBD).

One of the top ways to promote and maintain good health is sleep. If a worldwide pandemic isn’t keeping you up at night, hats off to you. For the others who are finding it challenging to get a restful sleep at night, following healthy sleep habits like a mindful strategy shortly before bedtime (yoga, deep breathing, meditation) and reducing screen time is key.

CBD oil naturally promotes better rest at night by supporting balance in the body through its influence on the body’s endocannabinoid system. While CBD oil doesn’t have any sedation effects, a more efficient EC system positively impacts all the body’s regular functions, including sleep habits.” data-reactid=”40″>CBD oil naturally promotes better rest at night by supporting balance in the body through its influence on the body’s endocannabinoid system. While CBD oil doesn’t have any sedation effects, a more efficient EC system positively impacts all the body’s regular functions, including sleep habits.

Sleep Support Capsules, powered by our naturally potent CBD extract and paired with natural sleep-promoting ingredients like passionflower, L-Tryptophan, chamomile, and melatonin to promote healthy sleep patterns.” data-reactid=”41″>To promote a restful night, check out HempMeds® Sleep Support Capsules, powered by our naturally potent CBD extract and paired with natural sleep-promoting ingredients like passionflower, L-Tryptophan, chamomile, and melatonin to promote healthy sleep patterns.

Dixie Botanicals® Dew Drops CBD Oil Tinctures, available in vanilla, strawberry, and tangerine flavors.” data-reactid=”42″>You can also deliver small servings of CBD oil to your system with Dixie Botanicals® Dew Drops CBD Oil Tinctures, available in vanilla, strawberry, and tangerine flavors.

During a viral outbreak, people tend to be more aware of their own physical health. Leading to questions like, was that just a cough? Or, what does this sore throat really mean? The immune system is always an important element of health, but in a time like this, its importance is magnified.

promoting a balanced immune response and better health.” data-reactid=”45″>There is no evidence that CBD oil can cure COVID-19, but with its spectrum of cannabinoids and nutrients, it can be a beneficial aspect in supporting a balanced immune system. A well-operating endocannabinoid system keeps the immune system in check, thus promoting a balanced immune response and better health.

Immune Support Capsules, made with natural vegan immune-supportive ingredients like turmeric root, black pepper, and our high-quality CBD oil. Another good option is our RSHO® Green Label Liquid, which delivers the exciting natural benefits of raw CBD oil in a convenient liquid form.” data-reactid=”46″>If you’re looking to use CBD oil to promote immune system support, consider our Immune Support Capsules, made with natural vegan immune-supportive ingredients like turmeric root, black pepper, and our high-quality CBD oil. Another good option is our RSHO® Green Label Liquid, which delivers the exciting natural benefits of raw CBD oil in a convenient liquid form.

Many people are on lockdown, forced to work from home and avoid social interactions. Having a pet to love and feel the love from, especially during social distancing, is known to be an incredible advantage for mental wellness.

Amid the Coronavirus, many pet owners have more access to spending time with pets. While this can be awesome for some pets, schedule changes and tension in pet owners can lead to challenges for our furry friends. The good news, hemp oil can be beneficial for pets too.

In the same way CBD supports your endocannabinoid system, the cannabinoid can also stimulate a dog or cat’s endocannabinoid system and encourage wellness. CBD’s influence on the endocannabinoid system promotes pets’ cardiovascular function, supports healthy joints, encourages neurological health and emotional behavior, helps maintain stamina, and promotes healthy skin and coat.

Relaxation Soft Chews made with full-spectrum hemp oil plus naturally-calming ingredients like chamomile, thiamine, L-tryptophan, and ginger to help ease your dog’s nerves during unsettling situations. For your cat, try Hemp for Pets™ Soft Baked Cat Chews.” data-reactid=”51″>To offer your pet extra love, check out our Hemp for Pets™ Relaxation Soft Chews made with full-spectrum hemp oil plus naturally-calming ingredients like chamomile, thiamine, L-tryptophan, and ginger to help ease your dog’s nerves during unsettling situations. For your cat, try Hemp for Pets™ Soft Baked Cat Chews.

Hopefully, you know now a little more of the ways CBD oil can benefit you during this challenging period of time.

Even with this knowledge, there are some safety tips you’ll want to keep in mind as you use CBD oil to reduce their risk of coronavirus transmission.

  • Before and after use, it’s a good idea to thoroughly wash the outside of your CBD oil bottles and their lids.
  • If you’re using a CBD oil tincture, be careful to not allow the end of the dropper to touch the inside of your mouth.
  • If you generally share a CBD oil tincture or other product with a family member or roommate, you may want to each have your own until the coronavirus pandemic is over.
  • Wash your hands before taking a CBD oil capsule to avoid transmitting anything from your hands onto the capsule.
  • With pure CBD oil, it’s best to apply the CBD oil from the oral applicator onto a spoon, rather than applying the oil directly into your mouth from the syringe.
  • If you vape CBD, be sure to regularly wash your CBD vaporizers with isopropyl alcohol and do not share your vape pen with friends or family members.”

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