Denver Colorado (PRWEB) April 01, 2016 -- Frangiosa Farms has taken honey to a new level.
Using a unique, small-batch approach, Frangiosa Farms founder Nick French combines the natural healing properties of raw honey with the recently re-discovered benefits of hemp and naturally occurring Cannabidiol (CBD) to create Colorado Hemp Honey.
Found in industrial hemp, CBD is being used by many as a natural alternative to pharmaceuticals, which shows great promise in relieving pain and anxiety, and helping to combat sleep issues and cancer. When combined with the anti-inflammatory and seasonal allergy-relieving properties of raw honey, a new super-healing food is created, French said.
The end result is Colorado Hemp Honey, a product that French believes will help people who suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, sleep issues and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
“This is a big day for us at Frangiosa Farms and ColoradoHempHoney.com. We are proud to say that our new Healing Infusions have received a great response from customers. It’s equally important that we look forward to continuing our outreach on sustainable beekeeping, hemp education and helping veterans feel better. We are excited to have partnered with the Art of War Project supporting their efforts to inspire hope and contribute to the health and wellbeing of American Veterans dealing with PTSD through yoga, meditation, and art.
French, a Marine Corps veteran who founded Frangiosa Farms in 2008 after several years of raising bees in six apiaries and organically producing small-batch raw honey, said he guarantees the highest level of purity and consistency through his organic practices and laboratory testing.
The new line of Healing Infusions is available in several states including Colorado, Nevada, Michigan, New Mexico and Georgia and at ColoradoHempHoney.com. Flavors include Mandarin Magic, Lemon Aid, and Natural in 12oz jars and single-serve Honey Sticks.
About Frangiosa Farms and the Hemp Industry:
Colorado Hemp Honey is a product of Frangiosa Farms, located in Parker Colo., about 25 miles south of Denver. A subsidiary of Milagro Foods, Frangiosa Farms has six apiaries and specializes in producing raw honey-based super-foods. Owned and operated by U.S. Marine Corps veteran and local beekeeper Nick French for nearly a decade, Frangiosa Farms uses organic practices to retain the purity of its wellness products. The company is focused on supporting local hemp farmers, engaging in community outreach and raising healthy bee colonies. Colorado Hemp Honey is the first Colorado small-batch, artisan raw honey to be combined with whole hemp plant extracts.
Colorado is just one of 26 states that have legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp. The U.S. hemp industry is currently a $60 billion market, but most of it is imported from China.
Michael Fischer, Frangiosa Farms, http://www.coloradohemphoney.com, +1 7202337447, [email protected]
SOURCE Frangiosa Farms