High Falls Hemp - THE ORIGINAL AND TRUSTED NEW YORK CBD The CBD wellness revolution starts here in New York, where seed meets soul.Quality,local CBD, trust, locally grown, tincture, lotion,High Falls Hemp The full spectrum of wellness begins here! Natural, high quality, products made with full-spectrum hemp extract including CBD or CBD isolate–NY State licensed.
CBD Tinctures and CBD Oils; What’s The Difference? - High Falls Hemp. CBD tinctures and CBD oils are becoming more and more in demand these days as the popularity of hemp rises.
Across the US more and more of our states are legalizing the use of marijuana, and there is no sign of it slowing down. Many people are asking questions about CBD products, and there is a good reason. There is much to know, but not a lot of information out there. Focus on Golf - High Falls Hemp. Ann is a force of nature, a nationally renown radio and cable sports talk show host and interviewer, a trailblazer, business woman and all-around visionary, who is passionate about so many good causes.
Health and wellness is just one of those passions. “I’m delighted to be named High Falls Hemp NY’s Brand Ambassador and PR & Media Consultant. Those of you who know me from my sports radio and television work, know that I embrace a healthy lifestyle, often talking about the importance of regular exercise and good nutrition. Why we love the new New York State hemp legislation (and you should too) - High Falls Hemp. On December 9, New York governor, Andrew Cuomo signed into law a comprehensive bill that will regulate all aspects of the hemp/CBD industry and includes requirements for the sale of hemp-derived CBD products to consumers.
It is the most comprehensive piece of legislation by any state to date and seeks to set a higher level of requirements for the very rapidly expanding hemp-derived CBD market, which is forecasted to grow to $25 billion in sales over the next few years. As the founder of High Falls Hemp NY, a seed-to-sale grower/manufacturer, and marketing enterprise located in New York’s Hudson Valley, with marketing offices in New York City, we applaud this legislation. When we started this journey 18 months ago, our mission was clear.
Governor Cuomo Signs Pro-Consumer Hemp Legislation - High Falls Hemp. The press release below highlights groundbreaking legislation signed on December 9th by Governor Cuomo.
This legislation will allow New York State to lead the nation in quality-control of hemp-derived CBD. Our Founders Tricia Horst and Rick Weissmann are quoted directly in the official press release from the state below. **PRESS RELEASE** Lupardo/Metzger Hemp Bill Signed into Law. The Wellness Benefits of Terpenes - High Falls Hemp. It has long been known that terpenes, which are found in the hemp plant have wellness benefits.
However, the study of terpenes and their beneficial effects trace back longer than the recent focus on the hemp or marijuana plant. Terpenes are derived from various plants, fruits or vegetables and their wellness benefits have been well documented. In fact it’s the Terpenes that produce the fragrance and taste of different plants and fruits. FUN FACT: Terpenes originally developed in plants as a way to adapt and ward off predators. For instance, Myrcene which is found in hemp, is also found in the mango fruit and is credited with having a sedative effect as well as being a natural anti-inflammatory agent. It’s been interesting to compare the fragrance of last year’s harvest and this year’s harvest. We are very excited about a new formulation, currently in testing, that combines extra terpenes with our tinctures to produce benefits such as a sedative/relaxant and as a bronchial decongestant.
USDA Hemp Rules - High Falls Hemp. On October 29, 2019 the U.S.
Department of Agriculture released an interim final rule for Hemp regulations. As a licensed Hemp grower with the NY State Department of Agriculture and Markets, we look forward to having solid regulations, but feel some of the rules are unfriendly to hemp farmers. Our specific comments, are summarized in this blog post. How Much Should I Take? - High Falls Hemp. Cannabis... What’s In A Name? - High Falls Hemp. This is a topic which I have come to accept but bothers me to no end…it’s actually a pet peeve of mine, that the word cannabis is now synonymous with pot/marijuana.
Many years ago, cannabis referred to (and still refers to) both hemp, with a delta-9 THC weight of 0.3% or less, and Marijuana, with a THC value above 0.3%. Both hemp and marijuana are the plant cannabis sativa L, so that is why cannabis refers to both forms. During the recent relaxation of Marijuana prohibition, Pro-Marijuana advocates started using the term cannabis to refer to pot/marijuana, as the term cannabis did not have the same negative connotations as did marijuana or pot.
It is almost as if they were getting people to support cannabis, thinking that this svengali slight of hand, made marijuana and pot something different. The Genesis of The High Falls Hemp Journey - High Falls Hemp. I used to be a Wall Street guy, and I get pumped about the idea of investing in cool stuff.
In 2017, I started looking to invest in the hemp and legal marijuana industry. I was vetting an investment in a hemp derived CBD business, and part of my diligence was to see if these products actually worked. I had read about CBD, but never found a product that lived up to the hype. We tested and tasted, multiple formulations until we found one that met our standards. Our hemp-derived CBD is a clean tasting formulation, that holds on to all the cannabinoids, while filtering out the residue that can make CBD unpalatable for many people. What do you know? Suddenly, my potential “investment” took on a personal meaning. Now, at the end of our 2nd harvest season, we are reflecting on how important our mission has become and how rewarding it is to be involved in this incredible new industry. Thanks for being on this journey with us! What is CBD - High Falls Hemp. CBD is short for cannabidiol, a naturally occurring substance found in the hemp and marijuana plants.
It is most prevalent in the flower of the plant but small amounts of it can be found in the leaves, stems and stalks. CBD is one of over 100 beneficial compounds (also known as cannabinoids) found in the cannabis plant. When the cannabis plant has a low amount (less than 0.3%) of THC, the psychoactive compound mostly associated with the marijuana plant, it is defined as Hemp. When the THC levels are over 0.3%, the cannabis plant is defined as Marijuana. Background CBD was discovered in 1992 in the marijuana plant and was later patented by the US government in 2001. How does CBD work - High Falls Hemp. The human body and the body of dogs, cats and many other animals all produce cannabinoids.
When produced inside the body, they are referred to as endo-cannabinoids. Cannabinoids interact with your body through the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS is a collection of receptors, categorized as either CB1 or CB2 receptors, which are scattered throughout the body (see diagram). These endocannabinoids are used to regulate a variety of body sensitivities, including inflammation, stress, sleep, and others. The primary purpose of the endocannabinoid system is to maintain balance or homeostasis, which is the key to avoiding many health issues.
Sometimes the body does not produce enough of its own cannabinoids to maintain homeostasis. Ways to Take Our CBD - High Falls Hemp. CBD vs THC - High Falls Hemp. How to Read Our Labels - High Falls Hemp. At High Falls Hemp, we offer hemp-derived products in varying concentrations of CBD. Because everyone responds to CBD in their own way, dosing CBD isn’t one size fits all. So, we include suggested usage on our labels, as well as a simple dropper guide, to help you find the right dosage for you. We also invite you to scan the QR code to access the detailed lab report on your specific batch number. Why They Are Important and How to Read - High Falls Hemp. Whether you’re new to CBD or an experienced user, you’ve probably read how important it is to use CBD only from a supplier who provides independent third-party lab reports of their products. Our CBD lab reports detail the active cannabinoid content in the products. Full-spectrum products will show the presence of multiple cannabinoids, in addition to CBD.
The report should also show that the THC level is below 0.3%, conforming to the legal definition of Hemp. It is important that each hemp/CBD product have a batch or lot number on the label and that there is a separate lab report for each batch.