Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) is demonstrating its support in the sixth Annual Hemp History Week as higher number of U.S. residents discover the numerous diverse uses of the hemp plant. The theme for Hemp History Week is kept as “Sow the Seed.” The campaign goes as to “renew strong support for hemp farming in the U.S. while raising awareness about the benefits of hemp products.”
In order to celebrate Hemp History Week, the company is offering huge discounts on its product range of hemp and hemp-infused products. The customers can visit Hemp, Inc.’s store and avail 60% off on hemp products, including hemp moisturizers, hemp oils, hemp-infused candles, macramé jewelry and, hemp-infused conditioners and shampoo.
The expert views
One of the leaders in the Industrial Hemp industry, Bruce Perlowin, who is also the CEO of Hemp, said that there is still a lot of progress to be made in the industrial hemp industry. But with twenty-four states with legalized industrial hemp industry, the change has already started. The grass-roots sector has started to gain ample recognition. The change is here and it is for the better. The U.S. farmers want to cultivate a crop that’s sustainable, versatile, and, of course, profitable, and that crop is none other than Hemp.
As per HempHistoryWeek.org, this entire week will rejoice U.S. rich history with industrial hemp prior to its ban. The aim is to spread awareness and educate the people about the obstacles to hemp farming in the U.S., advocate for a changed federal policy and, attract customers by showcasing the wide range of hemp products sold in the market. The company is currently reassembling the much awaited Temafa decortication machinery in North Carolina.
In last trading session, the stock price of Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) declined more than 2% to close the trading session at $0.0176. The decline came at a share volume of 6.02 million compared to average share volume of 9.83 million.