We have developed some of the world’s leading hemp farms and built several of the largest extraction plants globally for the production of CBD and other medicinal cannabinoids that have become increasingly popular; the passing of the US Farm Bill in 2018 acted as the impetus for the blossoming hemp industry.
Having led and still being involved in the growing infrastructure development of operations in the Caribbean, Latin America, South East Asia, Europe, North America and Africa, we have diversified from the practice of growing hemp for CBD, and brought our expertise in eco-friendly materials and energy to the fore.
We have worked for the world’s foremost organisations providing answers to the most complex environmental issues, and remain partners with them today; including Scripps Institution of Oceanography, US Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking and Cambridge University.
OUR SOCIAL IMPACT
Rare Earth Global brings together decades of experience in science, manufacturing, agriculture, and conservation. Our focus lies in making everyday materials, energy and products from hemp. We are vested in the creation of a newer, more resilient economy, one that serves both people and the planet concurrently and vitally, to the detriment of neither.
Our journey started on the farm, understanding that our path is inextricably tied to the futures of the farmers and their families. Through our commitment to driving the growth of local economies and improving the lives and welfare of citizens, we are guiding new job creation and education that comes with this burgeoning industry; including scientists, engineers and opportunities across the full supply chain.We stand for the promotion of quality and economic, social and environmental impact which we aim to achieve by leveraging our global reach and experience, and by working together with our vast network of partners and stakeholders.These partnerships include the farmer organizations we work with as well as NGOs, government compliance and industry partners, with whom we are tackling big issues that cross the nexus of social justice, education, public health, provenance and the valorisation of the hemp plant to all levels of society.We strive to continously nurture our personal relationships and our network supports the creation of a new future led by hemp; one that is sustainable, transparent and good for people and the planet.
East Coast strains tend to be underrated. NYC Diesel is a multi-award winning cannabis strain that hails from the Big Apple and has an aroma and taste that is evocative of red grapefruit and diesel. NYC Diesel is ideal for social occasions providing a cerebral high with strong energy and waves of optimism. Despite these wonderful traits, many growers are put off by NYC Diesel’s difficult reputation for growing. It is one of the 21 st century favorites that seed companies turned it into an auto-flower.
This THC superhero packs a tremendous punch of THC. Expect a soaring creative and euphoric high before your body slowly melts into full-on relaxation. Users describe the Bruce Banner experience as “nicely stoned.” Its potency and relaxing properties make it a favorite medicinal strain. It will ‘Hulk smash’ your stress away with its enormous yield. When it does become available at a dispensary, act fast because this powerful sativa sells out quickly. In the meantime, you can order it online!
Reputedly among the world’s best, Hindu Kush is a 100% indica that brings a high that can last up to eight hours. Killing pain and delivering a deep state of tranquility makes Hindu Kush a top choice strain to grow. Its sharp pine and earthy aroma is reminiscent of the mountain range where it originates, growing and flourishing like a true weed. It is a parent of many Kush varieties; this legendary strain is on the verge of being hybridized out of existence.
Lamb’s Breath’s popularity soared so high that it almost got smoked off the face of the planet. This Jamaican sativa legend is the most popular strain in Rastafarianism. It is purported to be the favorite of both Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Classic reggae songs even mention this strain, which is also called Lamb’s Bread. It gives an introspective and cerebral buzz that is perfect for creative pursuits and social interactions. Growing the auto-flower version of this sought-after, hard-to-find strain only takes 7-9 weeks.
This strain’s name is the total opposite of its effects. Amnesia Haze is intoxicating and highly psychedelic but it will not make you forget. Rather, it sparks creativity, gives bursts of energy, and puts you in a good mood. It’s a fixture of the Amsterdam cannabis scene but is rarely found in dispensaries outside of Europe. As with other Haze strains, Amnesia Haze has a long flowering time. Growing it also requires more care and attention as it can be sensitive to pests. Good thing an easy-to-grow version is available.
Known to bring a serious case of the giggles, Panama Red was regarded as the laughing gas of the '60s and '70s. Back in the day, it was included in the roster of highest THC strains. This superb sativa is easily recognized for its bright red accents. Due to the increasing demand for hybrids, pure strains such as Panama Red are becoming harder and harder to find. A long flowering time and moderate yield also contributes to the strain’s near annihilation.
Sweet Tooth smells like flowers and berries while tasting like candy. This yummy indica improves your mood and provides intense relaxation. Sweet Tooth disarms you but in the most pleasant of ways. Growing it is rated easy as the strong plant is resistant to pests, insects, mold, mildew, and temperature variations. Finding it in your local dispensary is very unlikely. Still, connoisseurs continue to find this elusive strain.