Hemperious: A brighter future for CBD growers

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The French hemp producer Hemperious launched in 2020 on Beaujolais lands. If this family adventure aims to strengthen France’s place within the European CBD hemp industry, it does not wish to do it alone. Hemperious has thus developed a co-production program that supports companies wishing to embark on the cultivation of hemp for CBD purposes.

It now works with around forty co-producers to whom it provides its hemp genetics and trains them in good agricultural practices to get the best out of the plants and the soil on which the farms are located. The company is thus able to offer consumers CBD flowers from the best French soils.

Hemperious comes in Madehellin

To market its products, Hemperious launched the Madehellin brand. On the menu, CBD flowers grown by Hemperious and its partners as well as their derivative products such as CBD resins or sublingual oils.

Hemperious cultivates 6 varieties in its fields. The flowers are harvested as late as possible while not exceeding the legal limit of 0.3% THC. They are then dried, cleaned and cured for 20 days before being packaged for stores or direct customers. Hemperious CBD flowers are not depressed, not terpenized, and no CBD is added.

Pink October at Hemperious

Pink October at Hemperious

For oils, Hemperious works by extraction or maceration of their flowers. The carrier oil used is crushed hemp seed oil and CBG or CBN isolates are used in conjunction with CBD to create formulations with specific actions.

Madehellin has also imagined cosmetics for sports recovery or nourishing the face and herbal teas enriched with CBD from the trim of their flowers.

Beyond its products, Madehellin also offers the opening of franchises with 0€ entry fee, 0% royalties and 0€ purchase of stocks.

In this month of October, Hemperious and Madehellin donate 10% of orders to La ligue contre le Cancer as part of Operation Pink October, dedicated to the fight against breast cancer, the leading cause of cancer death in women. in France.

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