- Essential Oils
by Publication repost, on Oct 17, 2019
Repost from Wholefood Magazine l Author Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS aka The Nutrition Myth Buster™
The vaping crisis has caused a lot of people a lot of angst.
I’ve even had some ex-smoker friends of mine who are weaning off cigarettes using devices like the Juul say to me—kiddingly, I hope—that they would be better off going back on cigarettes!
I can certainly understand the fears. We’ve all heard the terrible stories of the strange lung illnesses that are showing up that appear to be associated with vaping— not to mention the reports of deaths (all of which we’ll get to in a minute, so stay with me). If you vape—i.e. use any electronic device that vaporizes nicotine, THC, CBD, etc.—you’re understandably scared.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Oct 15, 2019
Swing by booth #4170 to taste our latestbeverages Rainbow Unicorn and Mulled Apple Cider!Read Story
by Publication repost, on Oct 09, 2019
Author: Laurie Pressman l Pantone Color Institute
Sharing a belief that the future is theirs to design, young people are feeling empowered to create change. Demonstrating resilient hope and creativity, they are blending informed storytelling with playful, inclusive campaigns to get their message across. Recognizing the role of art, they are using visualization and experimentation to facilitate conversations about the world’s problems and in designing solutions.
Vibrant Rebellion, a new design trend for Autumn/Winter 20/21 highlighted by Franklin Till in VIEWPOINT COLOUR – 06, RISE UP, highlights how a frenetic, expressive and unapologetically rabble-rousing design direction brings together like minds in optimistic rebellion.
Vibrant Rebellion highlighted in VIEWPOINT COLOUR – 06, RISE UP. Photos excerpted with permission from VIEWPOINT COLOUR – Issue 06, RISE UP. Images: Stella McCartney - A/W 19 | Spectrum, 2017 © Rutger de Vries, photography by Gert-Jan van Rooij | Bzzzzz B by Lucy Dodd | threeASFOUR AW19
by Lebermuth, on Oct 07, 2019
WHAT ARE TERPENES?
Even if you do not know what terpenes are, you have positively experienced an abundance of them! Terpenes are the chemicals that give citrus, sage, lemongrass, cinnamon, dill, and every plant, flower, tree, and fruit its unique and pleasant—or unpleasant—aroma and flavor.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Oct 03, 2019
Swing by booth #200 to taste our latest Rainbow Unicorn beverage and Organic Mixed Berry gummy.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Sep 30, 2019
Health and wellness touch many aspects of an individual’s life and intersects with food and beverages, beauty and personal care, and household and air care product choices and usage.Read Story
by Publication repost, on Sep 27, 2019
Author: Cosmetics & Toiletries l
According to federal law, a Cannabis L. sativa plant that contains less than 0.3% THC is considered hemp. Presently, there are a variety of cosmetic products on the market that prominently feature the inclusion of hemp-based CBD. These products come in a variety of forms, from lip balms to bath bombs and body oils.Read Story
by Publication repost, on Sep 23, 2019
ARTICLE BY KYLE JAEGER l MARIJUANA MOVEMENT.NET
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is moving to insert language into a congressional spending report that calls on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to clear a path for the lawful marketing of hemp-derived CBD products.
FDA has said that allowing CBD to be sold as food items or dietary supplements would require it to develop alternative regulations that could take years to complete without congressional action. But McConnell, who was the chief proponent of a hemp legalization provision of the 2018 Farm Bill, isn’t interested in waiting around.
|Photo credit: justcbd.com|
by Lebermuth, on Sep 18, 2019
Health and wellness is a broad subject, which continues to evolve and is now mainstream. Often on-the-go, consumers are leading busy lifestyles with demanding schedules and high stress levels. In response, consumers’ search for healthy lifestyles and their demand for healthier products and serves are escalating.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Sep 17, 2019
Lebermuth took a trip to Willamette Valley Oregon to visit one of our Peppermint Oil growers to learn more about the 2019 mint harvest.
Lebermuth has partnered with this family for many years. They currently harvest nearly 350 acres of peppermint as part of the basket of crops they produce which include snap peas, sweet corn and grass seed. The visit was fanatic, they gave us a complete tour of their operations which included swathing the mint hay into windrows, chopping and collection of mint hay into the mobile tubs which were taken to the still to be turned into the essential oil. We watched as the mint hay was steam distilled, condensed, and separated into a powerful, sweet mobile liquid flowing into the 55 gallon drums to be shipped back to Lebermuth.
|CEO & President Rob Brown|