November 17, 2014

Industrial Hemp Finds a Home in Health & Wellness Programs

EIN News
With interest in food, farming, wellness, and all-things-Cannabis are on the rise, Industrial Hemp is attracting a fan base broader than "hipsters" and vegetarians that may first come to mind. Major health institutions are now on board, giving the nod to the nutritional quality of Hemp's protein-rich seeds, and assuring people eating them will not cause failed drug tests. The productivity of Canadian hemp producers has gone up in recent years, bringing more affordable Hempseed foods to grocery stores and vitamin websites. Politically, Hemp is a rare bi-partisan issue, as evidenced by the twenty states that have legalized the crop by wide margins, defining it as a distinct variety of Cannabis Sativa, having .03 percent THC or less (no drug/narcotic value).

This is welcome reform for Plant Kingdom Bakery owner, Jeremy Koosed, who claims to have discussed the subject of Hemp for nutrition with hundreds of thousands of people. For the past 5 years, the Lyndhurst-based "snackery", has been on-hand with Hemp seed foods and information at community festivals and farmers markets. Coffee shop baristas have also helped clarify the subject for customers, as Phoenix Coffee locations in Cleveland and Nervous Dog in Akron have made Plant Kingdom snacks available since 2009.

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