This Industrial Hemp (iHemp) related domain name is premium and hard to come by.
However, it is currently for sale, as well as a few others that I have registered. (list below)
Hempcrete is an all natural building material that is being rediscovered. Hempcrete is a mixture of hemp hurd, limestone, and water. It is mildew and mold reisitent. It petrifies over time and can become as hard as a rock in fifty years. There is a hempcrete bridge in France that is over fifteen hundred (1500) years old, and is still in use today. As an all natural material, which has a negative carbon footprint, it is being used to replace building materials like drywall and insulation that contain toxic chemicals. Therefore, hempcrete is a great solution for those people who are allergy sensitive. Its R-Value is 2.1 per inch, so its thermal mass is very energy efficient and can reduce heating and cooling costs by as much as 50% depending on your climate.
Unfortunately, iHemp was banned in the United States in the 1930's when it was classified as a controlled substance because of its similarities to its Cannabis cousin Marijuana, despite the fact that real iHemp does not contain enough THC to get you high like Marijuana. While hemp products remained legal for people to buy and use, they had to be imported because our farmers were not allowed to grow iHemp, and our factories could not process it. The costs of importing the raw material of the hurd from the stalks was too high to make the product competitive against concrete, which is much less environmentally friendly than iHemp. However, recent changes to the law, thanks to the 2014 and 2018 Farm Bills, have made the possibility of hempcrete in America financially viable, and a great solution to building green.
If you have found your way here to this website, then chances are that you already know something about iHemp. For those of you not familiar with iHemp, please let me give you a few details on this exciting industry.
"Hemp for Victory" (left) was an educational and informational film produced in the early 1940's by the United States Department of Agriculture in an effort to promote iHemp farming for the war effort. It has basic iHemp info. that should be helpful.|
iHemp had been banned in 1938 due to its similarities with its cannabis cousin Marijuana. The ban was lifted briefly during WWII. It was later classified as a controlled substance by the Nixon administration.
The 2018 Farm Bill has reintroduced iHemp to American farmers by legalizing it in all 50 states. The federal limit for THC content in iHemp is 0.3% so there is not enough THC to get anyone high should they try to consume iHemp. Check with your state officials for grower and/or processor registration information.
My name is Brian Woodward, and I have plans to do business in the iHemp industry, with the plans being dynamic to work around any barrier to entry in this exciting recently re-introduced crop. That is why I registered a wide variety of iHemp domains. However, I may have gotten a little carried away in my excitement.
I have decided to sell some of the domains that I have registered for my business ventures. You will find below a list of the iHemp domain names that I have available. I will not be selling them all, but will let go of a few. They are great extensions and would suit a variety of iHemp business ventures. If you are interested in acquiring any of the domains on the list below, then please send me your offer via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, keep in mind that these are premium domain names and make your offer accordingly. Ridiculous offers will be ignored. If I do not get decent offers, then I will put all of these to work myself eventually, because they are valuable and any one of them could be the foundation of a successful Industrial Hemp enterprise.