1.05.2020

4:19 Holistics

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4:19 Holistics provides a unique buying experience to our customers, one that focuses on knowledge first,  “Get the 4:19”.  We understand the years of misleading information and the stigma that has been put on HEMP. We want to offer as much access to as much information and products so that our customers can think for themselves and make educated decisions on how to take control of their health

Your experience with 4:19 Holistics should be not only enjoyable but informative, Your 419 Holistics experience shouldn’t be about trends, fads or generalized health, it should be custom tailored by you to meet your specific needs. How? With the power of knowledge! 

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 “Get the 4:19” Basics on Hemp CBD

At 4:19 Holistics we sell CBD oil as a dietary supplement and we do not make any medical statements. Many people, including our customers, benefit from CBD oil. If you want to know if CBD can help with a certain illness or suffering, then check out our website or blog, as we are always updating it with information to better help you #GetThe419.
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What are the experiences with CBD products?

We have customers who benefit from the CBD oil, but there is also a group that derives little benefits. This could be caused by too low a dose, or because you stop too early with the usage. Also, there is always a group of patients who have no effect of almost any drug. Our CBD oil for sale is not a panacea, it is a natural substance that can make a positive contribution to health.
 
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How fast does CBD oil work?
https://419holistics.com/store?olsPage=products%2F419-holistic-vapeThis depends on the dose, the disease and the expectations. Some people notice the calming and relaxing effect of the CBD oil within 15 minutes when administered orally under the tongue. If you use CBD for other reasons, the medical effect may take longer. Think about a few weeks.


Does CBD oil have a usage instruction leaflet?

No, most bottles of CBD oil for sale are delivered without instructions or instruction leaflets. CBD oil should only be used as a dietary supplement. Therefore, manufacturers are cautious with recommendations.


https://419holistics.com/store?olsPage=products%2F419-holistic-dropsWhat is CBD?
CBD is one of 104 cannabinoids naturally found in Cannabis Sativa. CBD is extracted from the stems, the leaves and the flowers of this plant. The full name of CBD is cannabidiol. The medicinal effects of cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants are defined in the US Cannabis patent

Hemp oil, healthy ingredient
In most of our CBD oil for sale, hemp oil is also included. Hemp oil is a biological product of the cold pressed hemp seeds. To press the hemp seed, the shell is first removed. Since the seeds are cold-pressed, high-quality, essential components remain in the oil
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These healthy ingredients include:
  • Minerals
  • Vitamin B and E
  • Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids
  • Hemp proteins
  • Carotene
Is cannabis oil the same as CBD oil?
Cannabis oil is not a CBD oil and is therefore also known differently. Buying cannabis oil is like buying THC oil. It is under strict supervision to ensure that sellers do not break the opium legislation. The opium law is broken, for example, when more then 0,3 % THC is present in the products.

How to store CBD oil?
CBD oil is best stored in a dark, cool place. CBD oil is sensitive to light and air, so the bottle of CBD oil should be fitted well after use. The oil is suitable for daily use, so it is easiest to reach if placed in an easily accessible place. Most people simply place the oil in their kitchens

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1.01.2019

Introducing 419 Holistic Drops - Holistic Kush Vape

#GetThe419 on Hemp CBD
At 4:19 Holistics we sell CBD oil as a dietary supplement and we do not make any medical statements. Many people, including our customers, benefit from CBD oil. If you want to know if CBD can help with a certain illness or suffering, then check out our website, or blog, as we are always updating it with information to better help you... #GetThe419
 Introducing 419 Holistic Drops

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419 Holistic Drops Ingredients
Tincture – Drops Original
Raw Hemp Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil*, Organic and Natural Flavors*, MCT Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Terpenes,
1oz (30ml) with 300mg
Full-spectrum hemp oil  - CO2 extracted - decarboxylated



 Introducing 419 Holistic Vape

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419 Holistic Vape Ingredients
CBD Vape Oil - Kush
MCT (Fractionated Coconut) Oil, CBD (from Hemp Oil), Terpenes1oz (30ml) with 500mg
  




419 Holistics CBD hemp oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp, unlike medical marijuana products, which are usually made from plants with high concentrations of psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Because hemp contains only trace amounts of THC, these hemp oil products are non-psychoactive.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of over 85 cannabinoids presently identified in the cannabis plant and is the second most abundant cannabinoid in marijuana after THC. In hemp, however, THC is only present in trace amounts, while CBD dominates the plant’s makeup. CBD interacts with our naturally occurring systems, but is non-psychotropic, it doesn’t cause a high. This makes it a safer, less controversial alternative, while still offering significant health benefits.

Phytonutrient-rich hemp oil supplements are made from properly sourced, European industrial hemp plants. Extracted from the stalks and seeds, this edible oil is full of our hemp-derived proprietary cannabinoid blend and other phytonutrients produced naturally by these plants.



Made with non-psychoactive constituents of the hemp plant. Cannabinoids interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors, located all throughout our body’s endocannabinoid system. This system is believed to be responsible for various biological processes, with an overall goal of homeostasis.




CANNABIDIOL (CBD) IS A NATURAL CONSTITUENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL HEMP PLANT THAT PROMOTES AND SUPPORTS THE NUTRITIONAL HEALTH OF AGING BODIES.


SOURCE: US GOVERNMENT PATENT #6,630,507: “CANNABINOIDS AS ANTIOXIDANTS AND NEUROPROTECTANTS





12.31.2018

HEMP - Not High



For years, Hemp has gotten a bad rap for being mistaken as being the same thing as its more recreation used cousin, marijuana, and although the two come from the same species of plant there are two major distinctions – scientific and usage. While industrial Hemp tends to produce high levels of the cannabinoid CBD & low amounts of THC, marijuana conversely produces high levels of THC & low levels of CBD. Industrial Hemp also boasts over 50,000 uses (from textiles to clothing to skincare to food & many others), while marijuana is popular for its psychoactive properties, or “high”. -Drew


Hemp Vs Cannabis: Learn the Differences

You probably know about Cannabis but do you know about Hemp? Are they both one and the same thing? Is one a strain of the other? Can one smoke hemp? Is it even legal? If you’re not sure about the answers to these questions then this blog post is for you. Educate yourself about these two lest you misinterpret them and probably make a huge blunder.

What is Hemp and what is Cannabis?
Cannabis is divided into two major pure strains – Indica and Sativa. Hemp is a variety of the Cannabis Sativa strain. However, although both Cannabis and Hemp are from the same species, they have very diverse applications. Cannabis Sativa and Indica strains are mostly used for psychotropic and medicinal uses. However, Hemp is almost purely used for industrial uses.

Differences in plant anatomy
Hemp and Cannabis plants have very identical anatomies. To the amateurish eye, both might look like one and the same – but they are not. They both have thin stems and a similar leaf pattern usually with about 5 to 7 leaflets. They even have similar flowering anatomies. They feature buds and colas. The main difference, however, is the height of the plants. Cannabis Indica and Sativa plants are not that tall. Indica plants are especially short. Hemp plants, on the other hand, grow to be much taller and can reach heights of up to two meters.

Differences in Uses
Cannabis Indica and Sativa strain are mostly used for psychotropic uses – to get high. This psychotropic use can either be recreational in nature or medicinal. Cannabis is also used to prepare meals if applied directly or by using extracts. In all these uses, it is the buds that are harvested for their THC content.

Hemp on the other hand is mostly used for industrial purposes. The stalk and the seeds are the main usable parts. As one of the fastest-growing plants on the planet, Hemp has for centuries been used as a viable eco-friendly option in the manufacture of fabric, clothing, paper, plastic, insulation, mulch, litter, animal feed, and human food, among others.

Differences in THC concentration
Cannabis has psycho-active effects because it contains considerable amounts of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). This is the stuff that gets you high once you eat, smoke or dab weed. Usually, the amounts range from 10 -25% in regards to potency. However, with Hemp, the THC content is very low – usually less than 1%. As such, Hemp has negligible psycho-active uses. You just can’t get high from it no matter how much of it you consume.

Differences in legality
Both Hemp and Cannabis are classified as drugs in the US. That is because they are both Cannabis plants and contain THC (even though the THC concentration in Hemp is almost negligible). However, just as Cannabis is legal in some states for recreational or medicinal use, Hemp is also legal in others for industrial and research use.

And now you know. So if your buddies try to claim that they have been getting high on hemp, you can go ahead and call their bluff, and then proceed to educate them why.

Hemp-based plastics



-        We are, without a doubt, a consumer nation. With the consumption of a large amount product comes a lot of waste. This trash, over the years, has caused an unimaginable amount of damage to our earth. Companies like, Best Practices Packaging (BPP) are working to change that. With the production of bio-plastic, they are one of the companies leading the charge into a cleaner, brighter future. -Drew



Hemp Makes Great Plastic, So Why Isn’t Hemp Plastic Everywhere?

Plastic is an inescapable part of our everyday lives, so why is almost all of it still made from polluting, non-renewable petrochemicals?
You may have heard that agricultural hemp, the non-mind-altering cousin of cannabis (commonly known as marijuana), has dozens of potential uses from clothing to paper.
Since virtually all climate scientists agree that we must replace our dependence on fossil fuels, and given that hemp can even make the soil cleaner, it’s surprising that this miracle crop isn’t in wider use.
When we looked into the topic, we found that hemp is already appearing in some commonplace objects, including cars, and could soon find it’s way into more. But there are also remaining barriers that keep hemp plastics more expensive and less versatile, for now.

Alternatives Needed As Plastic Pollutes Water & Land

plastic pollution
Researchers found 38 million pieces of plastic waste on one uninhabited island in the South Pacific. That’s just one island.
Not only are the harmful effects of global warming increasingly clear, conventional plastics linger in the environment and can even enter the food chain to detrimental effect on human and animal health.
In one especially shocking recent example, researchers from the University of Tasmania and the UK’s Royal Society for the Protection of Birds found 38 million pieces of plastic waste on Henderson Island, an uninhabited coral island in the South Pacific.
“I’ve travelled to some of the most far-flung islands in the world and regardless of where I’ve gone, in what year, and in what area of the ocean, the story is generally the same: the beaches are littered with evidence of human activity,” Jennifer Lavers, a marine scientist from the University of Tasmania, told The Guardian.
The oceans are in a similar or even worse state, thanks to the risk of microplastics, or tiny fragments of plastic that pollute the waters and are often eaten by marine life. The infamous “Great Pacific Garbage Patch” is actually largely composed of millions of these tiny particles — as much as 1.9 million per square mile — according to a 2014 report from National Geographic.

Hemp Cellulose Fibers A Good Source For Many Plastics

Some of the earliest plastics were made from cellulose fibers obtained from organic, non-petroleum-based sources.
“Hemp cellulose can be extracted and used to make cellophane, rayon, celluloid and a range of related plastics,” reported Seshata, a writer at Sensi Seeds in 2014. “Hemp is known to contain around 65-70% cellulose, and is considered a good source (wood contains around 40%, flax 65-75%, and cotton up to 90%) that has particular promise due to its relative sustainability and low environmental impact.”
While 100% hemp-based plastic is still a rarity, some “composite bioplastics” — plastics made from a combination of hemp and other plant sources — are already in use. Thanks to their high strength and rigidity, these plastics are currently used in the construction of cars, boats, and even musical instruments.
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Bioplastic Is Promising, But Can’t Solve All Our Pollution Problems

Many plastic products are made from polymer resins, including polyethylene terephthalate, or PET, found in everyday products like plastic bottles. While advocates hope to someday see 100% hemp-based plastic bottles on supermarket shelves, the technology just isn’t ready for prime time.
Companies like Coca-Cola have experimented with 100% plant-based bottles, but commercially available products are made from no more than 30% plant-based materials, while the remainder is made from traditional fossil fuel sources.
The good news is that many corporations are investing heavily in researching replacements to traditional PET. It’s likely the first company to produce a viable commercial product could stand to earn millions.
Unfortunately, even plastic that’s deliberately designed to be biodegradable can still be a source of pollution. Almost nothing biodegrades in a landfill, and hemp microplastics could still cause problems when introduced to the oceans. Biodegradable plastics need to be sent to commercial composting facilities for efficient disposal, and these facilities aren’t available to everyone. In addition to creating better alternatives to plastic, we’ll still to create more responsible attitudes toward disposable products.

Cost And The War On Drugs Are Biggest Barrier To Hemp Plastic

While fossil fuel costs are kept low with subsidies, hemp products for the most part remain costly luxury items. While some hemp is grown in the United States under pilot programs legalized by the 2014 Farm Bill, most is still imported from other countries.
Though hemp requires fewer pesticides and has a smaller environmental footprint than many other crops, growing and harvesting it remains labor intensive. Another drawback is that hemp requires “significant fertiliser in some soils, and also has relatively high water requirements,” as noted by Seshata.
However, hemp prices would almost undoubtedly come down, and technology improve, if we ended the war on drugs — particularly the many restrictions on legally growing hemp and cannabis.
could hemp plastic be used for legos
One of the most provocative examples of hemp’s potential plastic future could come from LEGOs, the ubiquitous building block toy. which is promising to phase out fossil-fuel based resin by 2030.
“Hemp might just be the cost effective, environmentally sustainable alternative material that LEGO is looking for,” speculated Emily Gray Brosious in a February 2016 investigation from the Sun Times.
Whether or not we’re ever able to build a spaceship from hemp bricks, the full promise of hemp plastic remains tantalizingly close, but just out of reach.
Kit O’Connell is a gonzo journalist and a contributor for Ministry of Hemp. His writing has appeared at The Establishment, Firedoglake, MintPress News, the Texas Observer and Truthout.