Global Hemp Group, Inc. (GBHPF)

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Global Hemp Group, Inc. (GBHPF)

Postby QualityStocks » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:46 am

Global Hemp Group, Inc. (CSE: GHG) (FRANKFURT: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF), headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, is a publicly traded company founded in 2014. Global Hemp Group is focused on acquiring and developing a strategic portfolio of like-minded companies that believe in the significant potential of the industrial hemp plant. Global Hemp Group's focused on attracting joint venture partners across all sectors of the industrial hemp industries with the commitment to improve quality of life by researching, developing and distributing sustainable materials, products and services produced from hemp.

The company's mission is to build a strategic portfolio of hemp-based companies that operate synergistically to consistently deliver a solid ROI to its shareholders. Global Hemp Group has established the concept of Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) ( in order to build cooperative mechanisms across industrial sectors with a focus on different parts of the hemp plant. Under the HAIZ strategy, Global Hemp Group brings together capital, farmers and labor in an effort to build a "soil-to-shelf" portfolio of complimentary companies and joint venture partners in the global hemp industry.

Global Hemp Group has chosen to only work with suppliers of high quality, sustainable raw materials and finished products derived from the hemp plant. Among the leading industries utilizing industrial hemp's exceptional properties is the automotive sector, building materials market, bio-composites, energy-related markets, super-foods, nutritional supplements, nutraceuticals and the cannabinoid markets. Guided by the principal theme of "global environmental stewardship," Global Hemp Group focuses on the key concepts of sustainability and social responsibility in all its endeavors.

Global Hemp Group's joint venture with publicly traded Marijuana Company of America on hemp cultivation trials in 2017, designed to develop commercial hemp production on the Acadian peninsula of New Brunswick, Canada, for the first time in 20 years, was a great success. The partners are preparing for the upcoming changes in Canada's cannabis legislation that will permit cannabinoid extraction from industrial hemp. Farmers have already been recruited to plant a minimum of 125 acres of industrial hemp for the 2018 growing season, with the goal of increasing the acreage under cultivation to 1,000+ acres by year three of the joint project. Global Hemp Group is preparing an application for a processing license to extract cannabidiol (CBD) and other cannabinoids from the upcoming industrial hemp crop. Discussions are also underway with potential processing partners for the extraction of cannabinoids and straw processing for building materials for the upcoming harvest in October 2018, with a longer term plan to establish permanent processing facilities by October 2019.

Global Hemp Group is led by Charles Larsen as its president, CEO and chairman of the board. Larsen's more than 30 years of experience working in government, public, private and startup companies as an executive manager includes being the founding president of Medical Marijuana, Inc., the first public company in the Cannabis space. Larsen is also a founder and current director of Marijuana Company of America, Inc., and has been actively involved in the cannabis and hemp industry for nearly a decade. Larsen is joined by Curt Huber, who serves as CFO and director. Huber is an independent corporate and financial consultant with more than 25 years of experience in all facets of public companies among many different sectors including mining, oil and gas, and technology.

Also joining the management team as director is Dr. Paul T. Perrault, an agricultural economist trained in cooperative development and in rural development. Perrault's experience includes years of consulting on rural development projects introducing new crops in several developing countries and strengthening agricultural research organizations, principally in Africa. Jeff Kilpatrick also serves as a director and is currently a program supervisor of Alachua County Department of Court Services in Gainesville, Florida. Kilpatrick, who spent 21 years in the U.S. Coast Guard, is a member of LEAP – Law Enforcement Against Prohibition – and is president elect for the National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA).

Global Hemp Group's business philosophy is "A healthier future through sustainable business strategies."
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Re: Global Hemp Group, Inc. (GBHPF)

Postby QualityStocks » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:25 pm

Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (FRA: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) Aims to be a Leader in the Multi-Faceted Industrial Hemp Market

- Industrial hemp is the only commodity that has the potential to generate revenue from multiple finished goods in the global food, construction materials, nutraceutical, textile and bio-energy industries
- Global Hemp Group completed hemp trials last year which set the stage for a full-fledged commercial hemp operation in New Brunswick, Canada, in 2018
- Under Canadian law, CBD will become legal to extract from Industrial Hemp in July 2018
- Hemp Business Journal estimates that the hemp industry will grow to $1.8 billion in sales by 2020, led by hemp food, body care, and CBD-based products
- Official data demonstrates that the hemp industry is growing rapidly, at a 22 percent five-year CAGR, and is being led by food and body care products, with hemp CBD products showing a 53 percent AGR

Global Hemp Group, Inc. (CSE: GHG) (FRANKFURT: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) is just beginning to scratch the surface of what will over time become a robust market for the production of raw materials and a variety of wholesale products and consumer goods developed from the non-psychoactive industrial varieties of the species Cannabis sativa L.

Global Hemp Group intends to establish and develop a portfolio of companies interlinked in the production of hemp, from its initial cultivation to wholesale materials delivered to product developers and distributors.

Through joint ventures and acquisitions, GHG is focused on cannabinoid production, with medium-term plans to operate in the automotive, building materials, bio-composites, food, nutritional supplements and nutraceuticals markets. The company is guided by the overarching theme of ‘global environmental stewardship’. Global Hemp Group intends to apply key concepts of sustainability and social responsibility in all of the markets that it enters.

With a successful hemp cultivation trial last year, GHG and joint venture partner Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) have set the stage for development of the first commercial hemp operation on the Acadian peninsula of New Brunswick, Canada, in over 20 years.


With the expected legalization of recreational cannabis and the extraction of cannabinoids from industrial hemp in mid to late 2018, the partnership expects to begin cannabinoid extraction from a minimum of 125 acres of hemp grown this year in New Brunswick, Canada. The company is also discussing partnerships for straw processing to create building materials following the October harvest this year, with a medium- to long-term plan of building permanent processing facilities by the fall of 2019.

GHG is also pursuing hemp cultivation and extraction opportunities in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, with the goal of operating in both the Canadian and United States hemp markets.

Industrial Solutions

GHG seeks to establish an operating strategy it refers to as the Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (“HAIZ”) (, which will be focused on building a platform of cooperation between farmers, labor, technology and capital across all industrial hemp sectors to create collective value for shareholders. All parts of the plant are to be utilized with the HAIZ concept, including the production of CBD and other cannabinoid-based wholesale products from the flowers and leaves, cottonized fibers from the straw, building materials from the hurd (woody core) and oils and cakes from the grain.


A number of companies have begun producing hempcrete blocks that deliver a durable product that retains thermal mass and has a low carbon footprint when it comes to energy usage ( They could also potentially reduce building material costs by 50 percent or more when cultivated, processed and constructed on site. Hempcrete has thermal qualities that preserve optimal indoor temperatures year-round in a wide variety of regions and climates. In addition, it is mold free, pest free and fireproof.

A Washington state company is retrofitting homes with hemp;
A Colorado company completed the state’s first permitted “hempcrete” structure in October (;
This Asheville, North Carolina, hemp home is one of four hemp homes constructed in the state (;
Israel’s first hemp house was built last March on Mount Carmel;
Canada’s JustBioFiber constructed a house on Vancouver Island using an interlocking Lego-like hemp block, and there are hundreds of hempcrete buildings across Canada;
In Britain, five hempcrete homes were built in 2017 alone;
France has been constructing buildings with hemp for decades;
South Africa has promoted this hemp home as Africa’s most sustainable building (

There are more than 10 million cars on the road that use hemp bio-composites for door panels, dashboards, consoles, carpeting and even brake pads. Mercedes, BMW and Lotus have been using hemp in their vehicle construction for many years ( Auto manufacturers find that hemp auto parts lower vehicle weight and therefore improve gas mileage. Glass fiber used to make the body of a Chevrolet Corvette could easily be replaced with hemp fiber and be stronger and more resilient. Henry Ford knew in the 1940s that natural bio-composites could replace heavier metals used in auto manufacturing ( and be lighter and stronger than traditional materials.

In Conclusion

It has been proven that hemp can be a sustainable alternative for many traditional materials used throughout history.

Hemp is the only plant on Earth that can feed, clothe, house, fuel and medicate humanity. Hemp is potentially the most industrially usable biomass produced over the shortest growth cycle, utilizing the least amount of water, nutrients and pesticides, while sequestering the greatest level of carbon. It is one of the few plants on the planet that can be grown commercially almost anywhere in the world.

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