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[ Our proven methods and state-of-the-art

technology has the versatility of processing to enable us to produce a wide variety of products ]

Starting in late 2019, U.S. Hemp and Oil(TM) we be  able to process 120 pounds (dry weight) of biomass per day. With a successful scale-up, in the 2nd Quarter of 2020, our goal is to capable of processing 1,200 pounds per day. 

[ Utilizing the U.S. Hemp and Oil technology will add significant value to the emerging hemp refining industry by utilizing hemp stalks for economical production of hemp-based products. In addition to traditional fiber and seed products, there are novel products that can be produced from hemp using the U.S. Hemp and Oil technology, specifically pulp, lignin, sugars and extracts ]

Hemp-based Products and Markets

The U.S. trend to legalize the cultivation of industrial hemp is creating many new business opportunities for farmers, end product manufacturers, entrepreneurs and investors. Perhaps the greatest emerging market driver is the growing demand for hemp-based products in the U.S., ranging from nutraceuticals, body care products, food supplements, sweeteners, specialty chemicals, paper and tissues, plastics, lightweight composites, just to name a few. With the growing demand for hemp-based products, the hemp value chain, from field to end products, coincides perfectly with the production, branding and marketing opportunities being pursued by U.S. Hemp and Oil.

Pulp from hemp can be used for a wide variety of products such as specialty and packaging papers, bathroom and facial tissues, diapers, personal hygiene products, building products and even sugars to manufacture foods, beverages, chemicals and ethanol. Unlike traditional pulping technologies that take hours to remove the lignin, hemp pulp produced in the CCR takes, on average, 5 minutes.


Lignin is another raw material that U.S. Hemp and Oil is able to efficiently extract from hemp. Unlike other technologies that produce lignin, the U.S. Hemp and Oil lignin has been tested by third parties and shown to have outstanding and unique qualities, suitable for producing value-added industrial products including plastics, coatings and chemicals such as terephthalic acid and ionic liquids.

Sugars that will be produced from hemp refineries will primarily be glucose and xylose, both intermediate commodities used to make an array of beverages, nutraceuticals, chemicals, plastics and other consumer and industrial products.

CBD-Rich Oils are being produced and refined by U.S. Hemp and Oil and private label companies. Historically, extractions have been performed under contract with growers of high CBD strains of hemp. U.S. Hemp and Oil uses a unique ethanol extraction method to separate the cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp flowers.  Hemp Seeds are typically separated from the plant when seeds are mature. Oil extracted from hemp seeds is a valuable component of the plant. Hemp oil and other seed-based products will be produced with off-the-shelf equipment.

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