Hemp: The Amazing PlantThere are many different varieties of the cannabis plant. Hemp, also called industrial hemp, refers to the non-psychoactive (less than .3% THC) varieties of Cannabis Sativa L. Hemp has a plethora of uses as it can be grown as a renewable source for raw materials that may be incorporated into thousands of products. Health foods, organic body care as well as nutraceuticals are made with its seeds and flowers. The fibers and stalks are utilized in the production of hemp clothing, construction materials, paper, biofuel, plastic composites, to name a few. This plant sets itself apart from other crops because it cleans the soil. Phytoremediation is the process by which plants are used to clean the ground by absorbing heavy metals and other toxic substances. The best example of this is the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. In 1986, nuclear waste was spread across much of Eastern Europe rendering land unusable. Hemp was the plant of choice to help clean and remediate the soil.
FDA Registration and Hemp CBD Processing Transparency Matters As a pioneer in the Hemp and CBD industry, and as the first vertically integrated CBD company to gain USDA Organic certification, it was important for us to set the standard with our brand. Since CBD regulations are still a work in progress, Palmetto Harmony decided to …
People are going to hear about a “certification” program through the US Hemp Authority. Please understand Palmetto Harmony will not sign onto that certification program until it is fixed! There are several issues with the program and we signed onto an open letter to them two weeks ago. You can click HERE to see the letter that we as a company signed onto along with several other reputable brands.