The Australian Financial Review wrote an article about Ecofibre’s upcoming $300m IPO on the Australian Stock Exchange. The article is titled: “Barry Lambert back with $300m float”.
The Australian published an article about our founder Barry Lambert: “Lambert seeks hemp funding”.
Her Life Magazine’s article showcases Ecofibre’s Chief Science Officer, Dr Alex Capano, and Ananda Hemp as the leader in the CBD market. The article discusses the market, why another company distributes Ananda Hemp products, and how CBD can help various health problems.
A bit controversial, featuring a back-and-forth between our own Dr Alex Capano representing thoughts on CBD and hemp-derived medical effects, and another doctor from a medical marijuana clinic representing thoughts on marijuana’s medical effects. Discussion around various marketplaces supplying CBD and their market size.
A light discussion by BonAppetit on how CBD can have positive effects on people with sleep disorders or irregular sleep. Featuring Alex Capano, Ecofibre’s Chief Science Officer. Read the full article on the BonAppetit website here: Read the full article
Gossamer dig in and uncover lots of details about the life of Alex Capano, Ecofibre’s Chief Science Officer. How she came to study cannabinoid science, the issues she sees across the medical spectrum and the social issues surrounding use of cannabis-derived products.
Net-a-porter feature Alex Capano and Ananda Hemp in their article about getting a clearer state of mind, delving into which vitamins, natural food sources and CBD are good for you.
When it comes to the cannabidiol market, it’s hard to know which brands are for real and which are just blowing smoke. Here are the ABC’S of CBD. Read the full article
The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have proposed to significantly increase the amount of cannabis that can legally grow in the U.S. for research purposes and reduce the number of opioids that are manufactured in the nation in 2019. The 2019 Aggregate Production Quota for Schedule I and II […]
We take a homegrown approach to farming with our clean, all-natural growing process and are the exclusive source of everything we grow. 100% of our products are grown and processed in the State of Kentucky. We don’t use pesticides or fungicides, and our products do not contain GMOs. Our farmers cultivate a robust, sustainable crop […]