Organic Blood in conjunction with The Hemp Industry Associations National Hemp History Week campaign, brought to the city of San Diego a Hemp Edible & Wearable Fashion Show. The event was held at Queen Bee’s Cultural Center and featured DOPE fashion from designers such as Livity Outernational, Satori, Dime Bags, Sativa Bags, Jungmaven, Hemp Hoodlamb, and Hempys.
Our guests got to taste many different hemp flavors from companies such as Nutiva, Manitoba Harvest, Ruths Hemp Food, Rejuvenative, Kombucha 2000, and Natures Path.
The event was created to educate the people about the fact that as U.S. citizens we are federally prohibited from growing hemp for industrial purposes which is causing the funneling of millions of dollars to be spent boosting other countries economies.
Help us spread the word and be apart of our momentum in getting the government to DECRIMINALIZE HEMP!!
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