Hemp Inc is a global leader in the hemp industry, being one of a few companies that process hemp on both coasts of the U.S. They announced that they have successfully completed the harvest of their high CBD A and B buds in Medford, Oregon that will be processed in to smokeable hemp flower.
October 3, the company announced the beginning of the South Oregon harvest. Hemp Inc is promoting its A and B colas, which are derived from Pre-98 OG Bubba Kush. This strain is one of the most popular ones on the market, and the aim of this harvest is to provide the best-tasting bud they can provide. Instead of a soda, in the cannabis business, a cola refers to a cluster of buds that grow tightly together on the hemp plant.
After going through the company’s proprietary drying process, the A and B buds are now embarking on the three-week curing process. After which the hemp will be ready to be mechanically processed, and the company will be able to start processing pre-rolls for their King of Hemp line in December. They expect to deliver the first of their products just in time for the holidays.
The King of Hemp line are high-end products that offer an alternative to tobacco and other hemp consumption products.
“The hemp we harvested and are processing is of the highest quality. We have been diligent every step of the way—from selecting the seed to deciding what materials our hemp will be rolled up and packaged in,” Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin told the press. “At the moment, we are in the middle of curing the colas but are looking forward to sharing these carefully processed buds with the public when we start producing the King of Hemp pre-rolls.”