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Got Hemp?

  Hemp is a form of Cannabis which has no "psychoactive" properties.  This means there is very little to no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in the plant so you cant get high off of it. On the other hand Hemp does produce Cannabidiol (CBD), which can give your body a feeling of calmness and relaxation. Hemp is a plant that may be fresh in the mainstream scene but it's far from new.   Hemp was one of the first plants made into useable fiber 10,000 years ago. Hemp was used in America for a variety of reasons from food and medicine to rope and paper. It wasn't until the 1940s that hemp started to decline because of unnecessary taxes imposed by lobbyist who felt threatened...

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What Are Hemp Wraps?

What are Hemp Wraps? That is a question we get a lot. What exactly are Hemp Wraps? To understand what Hemp Wraps are we must first understand that before 2016 all blunt wraps were made by grinding down tobacco leafs, melting them down, and casting a sheet one could roll. We took this concept but instead used CBD Hemp Leaves. The inspiration was to create a wrap that came from the same plant being smoke by the majority in medicinal/legal states. A hybrid of a paper and a blunt. This would give the average smoker the experience of a smooth and tobacco free session. A smoke that could be enjoyed by connoisseurs and the average everyday joe. Hemp Wraps are the wave...

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How did KONG WRAPS come about?

In 2016 3 stoners sat together in a college dorm room and discussed a missing piece in the smoking industry. How come every blunt wrap on the market was made of either cancerous tobacco or other herbal materials people don't really smoke? Why not just make a wrap using CBD Cannabis leaves/flower instead of tobacco leaves? See the reason we were asking ourselves this question was because we always truly appreciated the many and distinct flavors of Cannabis. We knew every single bud had a different taste/ smoke to her. We also knew that as the smoking industry grew there would be hundreds of cream of the crop flavors that would pop up. As the industry grows it will continue...

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