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Hemp Crop Destruction July 2019

Watch our video below of the July 2019 Hemp Crop Destruction, as our licence was revoked by the Home Office.

To read more about our story, check our blog Hemp Licencing. Overgrow the regime.

Join the Grow Hemp Campaign to Overgrow the Hemp Licensing Regime.

Crop Destruction Video July 2019

4 thoughts on “Hemp Crop Destruction July 2019

  1. Hi there! I saw the you tube video and read the news about your Licence issues, it is very sad. I would like to help, can we talk by phone, I have a very interesting proposal and it could bring HEMPEN live again.

    Cheers
    Naiara

    1. Hi Naiara,
      Thanks for your message. Please email media@hempen.co.uk and we can take it from there. Thanks!

  2. Hi. I have just come across your site for the first time while looking for CBD oil for my dog (!!). This is the first I’ve heard that you were forced to destroy your crop this year. I am totally gutted & disgusted that you have been forced, through government hypocrasy as you say, to do this. Looking through your website you seem to be such a lovely group of people doing your best to produce a wonderful product that can help so many people, in an honourable, ethical and sustainable way, that not only benefits us humans & animals, but is great for the environnment too. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if the pharmecutical companies are involved in trying to disrupt decent NATURAL health products and provision, as more folk move away from their at times potentially poisonous medications…. Anyway I musn’t rant! I’m buying my first bottle of 300ml CBD oil and have made a donation towards your campaign. Other than that all I can do is wish you all as much positivity and good fortune in your bid to re-instate your licence. i will watch with hope. Namaste. Caroline

  3. […] Hempen is calling for growers large and small to grow hemp without regard for the Home Office in a campaign of mass civil disobedience against the licensing regime. Two years ago, the World Health Organisation recommended that the UN end the scheduling of industrial hemp as an internationally controlled substance as it posed no public health risk. Furthermore under Article 28(2) of the UN’s  1961 Single Convention on Narcotics the whole plant is fully exempted from all the provisions, when used for “industrial” and/or “horticultural” purposes. As such hemp is not a controlled substance under international law. The UK is a signatory of this convention and yet still classifies industrial hemp as illegal cannabis. […]

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