On March 10, 2017, cannabidiol (CBD) was released in Germany as an active substance for medical prescriptions. Doctors quickly recognized and set out to use the possibilities of CBD, starting to issue their prescriptions accordingly. Unfortunately it turned out that for a nationwide coverage, 70% of the raw material (cannabis) was lacking.
In Germany, the cultivation of CBD hemp is a hot topic. It is a different case in Switzerland, Canada, California or Spain. From these - and some other countries - the raw material comes in, creating the medicine that is supposed to relieve back pain and make it easier to sleep. Many other positive properties have been attributed to CBD.
A German company based in Remshalden - near Stuttgart, Baden -Württemberg - ensures that the hemp in Spain, Switzerland or Holland yields a particularly large harvest, remains healthy and is cultivated according to regulations (growers of medicinal hemp commit themselves to a 100% pesticide-free cultivation).
Elmar Buder and Prof. Dr. Heinisch, both managing directors of B+H Solutions LLC, have developed a concept that puts a smile on the faces of CBD hemp farmers. Significantly higher yields, very healthy hemp plants and - in protected cultivation - harvesting that can proceed at 13 weeks instead of 17. The CBD content is also higher.
In Spain, the AgroArgentum S.L. is the sales partner of B+H Solutions. Its managing director is José Guzman, born and raised in Winnenden (Baden-Württemberg). Guzman and his team work mainly in the Malaga region. On harvest day, they accompanied their customers in a visit to the 1 hectare greenhouse in El Ejido, Almeria. "I've never had a harvest like this before," said the cannabis farmer, who until three years ago still grew eggplants.
The secret to the growth explosion in CBD hemp is a mix of nanoscale trace elements that significantly enhance photosynthesis. As a result, more chloroplasts - the "power plants" of the vegetation - are active at the same point in time. Thus the plant always has an overabundance of energy, which is used first to form strong roots, then to grow more branches, finally leading to above average and weighty hemp flowers.
The concept, consisting of the trace elements boron, copper, silver, calcium, iron, magnesium and silicon makes all the difference, because the elements can be assimilated by the plants for the full 100%. This in turn is due to the supra-small molecules and the minimal consumption of resources. Thus, the CBD hemp farmers achieve optimal growth, both ecological and economical.