There Are No “Highs”… Just Healing
Hemp Victory Garden, is honored to bring quality Hemp Oil products to the marketplace.We take pride in proving that reliability, honesty, and high standards in service still exist.
Our Industrial Hemp Oil meets the U.S. governmentʼs low levels of THC requirements, so, no permit or prescription is needed. However, Hemp itself is still illegal to be grown in the United States, except for a few states working on legislation to make Hemp legal to grow or are in pilot programs. Currently, we purchase terpene rich CBD industrial Hemp paste primarily from European countries where it is legal to grow Hemp and from farms that meet our quality standards for Hemp. We are here to give you the purity that you should expect and the variety of products with a range of strengths that meet your needs.
Yes, the import process is definitely complicated. The FDA, DEA and Homeland Security must be given samples for testing. Our industrial Hemp paste is held in quarantine until all government agencies sign off that the THC levels are within the legal limits, which means it is almost non existent. We further extract the CBD with ethanol and Ultra Performance Convergence Chromatography once the CBD rich hemp paste is in our facility. This process uses high pressure CO2 as a solvent to separate the CBD from non active organic compounds in our GMP lab. GMPs are enforced in the United States by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), under Title 21 CFR. The regulations use the phrase “current good manufacturing practices” (cGMP) to describe these guidelines. This is the same process GW Pharmaceuticals of England uses to extract CBD for use in Sativex, the worldʼs first prescription pharmaceutical made from Cannabis extract. Because we follow these industry standards, our Cannabidiol oil is not only the the highest quality on the market, but the most effective.
Our enthusiasm is ballooning because the list of positive health results is growing longer all the time and we are receiving emails from many customers thanking us for the benefits of the powerful healing properties of CBD. From skin and nerve disorders to cancer in remission, we have much to rejoice from the things we are hearing about this wonderful weed. Promoting more research will take all of us pushing together for solid legislation to legalize growing Hemp in the United States and to keep the freedom we need to keep expanding availability and research. We are certain Hempʼs future medical applications will exceed even our own expectations. This fighting spirit to release Hemp from its restrictions is why we named our company “Hemp Victory Garden”.
You see, in World War II, we the people, were called upon to help the military to replenish the Hemp supplies because Hemp had been made illegal in 1937 and still was illegal. Other industrial fibers, often imported from overseas, were in short supply. Our bulk war supplies were dwindling. Cannabis was absolutely necessary for rope for naval towlines, cordage, webbing for parachutes, thread for shoes, clothing for our soldiers and more. Because fibers were so desperately needed and in such short supply, the U.S. government temporarily re-legalized Hemp cultivation so American farmers could grow it for the war effort. To encourage farmers to grow Industrial Hemp for the War effort and prove their patriotism, a campaign including posters, pins, propaganda in the newspapers, movies and more, were circulated. The main campaign line used for this was “Hemp For Victory”.
Also, in World War II there was a shortage of food. The men were overseas and the people at home were asked to fight in a different way. When World War II ensued, what were once called “Victory Gardens” began to emerge again. Some of these gardens had started as depression relief gardens in the 1930ʼs, others were gardens from the first World War. There were also many new gardens, carved out of vacant lots, back yards, and city parks. The War Food Administration created a National Victory Garden Program, which set five main goals:
- To lessen demand on commercial vegetable supplies and thus make more available to the Armed Forces and lend-lease programs.
- To reduce demand on strategic materials used in food processing and canning.
- To ease the burden on railroads transporting war munitions by releasing produce carriers.
- To maintain the vitality and morale of Americans on the home front through the production of nutritious vegetables outdoors.
- To preserve fruit and vegetables for future use when shortages might become worse (Bassett 1981).
These two WWII programs called upon people to help fight our enemies through a different kind of fight. We are now fighting diseases with Hemp Oil and hope to join with you to become victorious in completely legalizing our right to be in charge of our own health through nature’s gift of Cannibidiol (CBD). We have called our company Hemp Victory Garden with respect to that cause.