HoneyColony Becomes One of the first CBD Oil Suppliers To Accept Credit Cards Through U.S Bank

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — As a crusader on the front lines of the CBD movement, it has not been an easy road for HoneyColony, an online health and wellness magazine and marketplace aimed at empowering people to be their own best health advocate. Even though CBD from hemp is legal in 50 states, most banks consider CBD from industrialized hemp to be risky, classifying them into the same category as firearms and adult entertainment. But now hemp has been permanently removed from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). It is forever deemed an agricultural commodity, no longer mistaken as a controlled substance, like marijuana. We’re not in Kansas anymore!

“I refer to 2017 as The Year Of Playing Whack-A-Mole,” explains HoneyColony founder Maryam Henein, who is an investigative journalist, best known for directing the documentary film Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Ellen Page. During this time, HoneyColony was shut down by several mainstream merchant processors and consequently lost nearly a quarter of a million dollars. “I, meanwhile, was banned for life by PayPal, censored from YouTube, and conned by criminals. All because of CBD from hemp.”

Several ‘high risk’ merchant processors in the CBD scene also robbed and defrauded the company. Henein believes that at the core of their recurring challenges, is the fact that the pharmaceutical industry –with their own artificially patented CBD drug– is trying to capture an incredibly profitable market niche of cannabinoid oils, estimated to grow to 22 billion by 2022.

“Today, everyone and their mother is selling CBD oil,” says Henein who used the plant compound to reverse an autoimmune condition. “However, most don’t consider the necessary criteria to make an excellent product, such as sourcing (organic is a must since cannabis is a phytoremediator used to clean the soil of radiation and heavy metals), extraction techniques, isolate vs whole plant synergy, and delivery methods.”

HoneyColony’s Superior Hemp Oil is the result of a collaborative effort to develop a novel, 10X bio-availability optimized hemp oil extract using exclusively natural, plant-based ingredients in a complete botanical formulation. This liposomal encapsulation ensures the nutrients can diffuse into the body for highly absorbed, more effective nutrition.

For more Information about CBD or CCD (colony collapse disorder), contact Maryam Henein aka ‘Erin Brockovich of the Bee World

Office: 323 498 0362/ Cell 323 640 9710/ maryam@honeycolony.com

Or visit https://simplytransformative.com/goods/superiorhempoil/

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Legalization of Hemp Opens Door to Federal Trademark Registration for Hemp and CBD Products

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Invercargill CBD big winner from Provincial Growth Fund

The Government has today announced it will pump nearly $2 million from its Provincial Growth Fund into three projects associated with Southland – the Invercargill CBD redevelopment, aquaculture and the sheep and goat milk industry.

The Invercargill CBD redevelopment will receive $995,000 for a business case and feasibility study; an aquaculture project will receive $424,900 for a business case study into a commercial hatchery, and $490,000 will be used to scope further development of the sheep and goat milk industry.

Parliamentary under-secretary for regional economic development Fletcher Tabuteau said the fund’s focus was on projects with potential to spark economic growth and create jobs in the Southland region.

Scott O'Donnell, HWCP managing director, the man behind the Invercargill CBD upgrade.

Robyn Edie

Scott O’Donnell, HWCP managing director, the man behind the Invercargill CBD upgrade.

* Blue mussel processing plant funded through Provincial Growth Fund
* Southland Aquaculture group looking into offshore aquaculture at conference in Norway
* Southland has a great story to tell
* Southland Mayor Gary Tong and MP Sarah Dowie to travel to Scandinavia for fresh aquaculture ideas

The $200m CBD development, “a visionary project”, would bring vitality to Invercargill and Southland, he said.

The $995,000 of Government funding would be used for a business case to investigate planning, detailed design, procurement and raising capital to ensure the project was robust enough to attract future investment and deliver sustainable infrastructure.

Mark O'Connor, chair of the Southland Aquaculture Working Group.

Robyn Edie

Mark O’Connor, chair of the Southland Aquaculture Working Group.

Scott O’Donnell, managing director of public/private company HWCP Management Limited which is behind the CBD development, said the funding was a great result and showed the Government was keen to support the regions. 

The $995,000 was enough to complete the tasks it was intended for, he said.

Tabuteau said the Southland aquaculture hatchery and nursery project had been identified as one of Southland’s biggest economic opportunities.

Gary Tong, Southland District Mayor and chair of the Southland Mayoral Forum.


Gary Tong, Southland District Mayor and chair of the Southland Mayoral Forum.

The $424,900 would fund a business case to assess the development of a state of the art, land-based commercial hatchery to produce salmon smolt and mussel spat.

“This has the potential to unlock over $400 million in export earnings and over 500 jobs for the region,” he said.

The business case was a building block to achieve the expansion and future development of the aquaculture industry in Southland.

Mark O’Connor, chair of the Southland Aquaculture Working Group, said Southland needed another engine room to drive growth and enhance its population base.

“Aquaculture has got the attributes to provide that opportunity in a sustainable manner.”

The site of the hatchery had not yet been determined, he said.

“That’s what the feasibility study is about, part of it anyway.”

Aquaculture was the world’s fastest growth primary industry and Southland had a comparative advantage in sustainable aquaculture with its pristine, cool, deep and sheltered waters.

This was already demonstrated by the existing industry in Bluff and on Stewart Island, producing salmon and mussels – with a supporting industry of engineering and fish processing facilities that was ready to grow.

The business case is expected to be completed by June 30, 2019, O’Connor said.

Gary Tong, Southland District Mayor and chair of the Southland Mayoral Forum said the proposed hatchery aimed to capitalise on the constrained supply of salmon smolt. 

New Zealand hatcheries were close to capacity and the sector desperately required additional facilities. 

“A new hatchery in Southland is also seen as key to mitigating potential biosecurity risk in other parts of the country.”

Tong said the funding represented a significant boost to the region’s drive to attract 10,000 more people to live and work in Southland by 2025.

The Southland Regional Development Strategy (SoRDS) had identified aquaculture, particularly high-value salmon farming, as a leading opportunity to achieve the goal.

Tabuteau said the $490,000 from the provincial growth fund for the sheep and goat milk industry would be invested with FoodSouth to scope further development of the industry.

Sheep and goat dairying was an emerging industry with significant potential driven by high consumer demand for environmentally sustainable, alternative milk products.

“Sheep milk farming exists in pockets around the country, particularly in Southland, but this project will assess the economic viability of developing a nationwide industry.”

FoodSouth would develop a national business case of the industry to identify export opportunities, estimates for goat and sheep milk volumes to meet demand, and consider the best locations for processing plants.

The report would focus on four products – liquids, cheese, butter, and protein powders.

“Southland sheep milk farmers stand to benefit from the information and insights this project will create, including workshops and market research.”

Tong said the three projects could all be progressed in Southland.

“We have to get real here, if we don’t step up everyone’s going to leave us behind, we have to ride on the coat-tails of some of these great ideas.”




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Fatty’s Beer Works debuts CBD Smash IPA Tuesday with more to come

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  • Fatty’s Beer Works is part of the Charleston Brewery District

In perhaps a perfect match of local trends, IPA and CBD are finally making it official. The 2018 couple nobody expected is getting its debut at Fatty’s Beer Works (1436 Meeting St.) on Tuesday, Dec. 18.

Dubbed the CBD SMASH IPA, the beer is described as a “super dry and crisp IPA with low bitterness…a huge bouquet of dank passion fruit with delicate hemp notes.” Each pint contains about 5mg of CBD, the brewery says. Smash beers start with a Single Malt base and a Single Hop variety, but can take a variety of directions from there. Ben Chambers from Fatty’s has also had a hand in SweetWater’s hemp IPA, according to the brewery.

But IPA and CBD? How did this combination come to pass? Fatty’s brew is the result of a collaboration with Charleston Hemp Company. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound found in the hemp plant. Used medicinally, users cite its efficacy as an antinausea and anti-inflammatory substance. David Bulick, the owner of Charleston Hemp Company, notes that some drinkers of the new IPA may feel some stress reduction or a sense of well-being, without any of the hallucinogenic properties of marijuana. David is keen to stress this point: “hemp is not marijuana.”

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  • Small hemp crops have been cultivated across S.C. as part of a pilot program since 2017

Hemp has had somewhat of a landmark year in the U.S. and S.C. Not as flashy (er, dank) as its cousin THC, CBD has nonetheless made a huge impact on the popularity of hemp cultivation. CBD sales have greatly increased in the past few years as reports of its apparent health benefits have spread. One piece of the new federal farm bill set to pass legalizes the growth of hemp, which would help states set further regulations around its growth and sale. Growth of hemp was legalized in the state of South Carolina last year as part of a pilot program with a select group of small format growers.

If you like what you sip at Fatty’s this time, look for more CBD collabs coming in the future.

Those interested should plan on coming to Fatty’s tonight starting at 5 p.m. Tunes at the event will be provided by Bill Wilson, who you may have seen on the cover of the City Paper two weeks ago marking his solo debut album, Stand Up!

Fatty’s CBD-infused Beer Launch

@ Fatty’s Beer Works

1436 Meeting St.


Charleston, SC

When: Tue., Dec. 18, 5-7 p.m.

(843) 974-5330

Price: Free

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