Hemp CBD Processing
We are creating and centralizing the American market for hemp products.Call us at (775) 276-6300
Future of Fiber
Future Decorticator to process hemp fiber commodities that can be made into a range of uses such as clothing & textiles, automotive products, and industrial products such as plastics, absorbents and construction materials.
Hemp CBD/CBG Distillate
CBD Distillate is made from crude oil that has been extracted from Farm Bill compliant industrial hemp. The process involves capturing desired cannabinoids through cold ethonal extraction, removal of the waxes, stripping the terpenes out of the extracted material and finally finishing the distillate to improve the potency and to produce a golden yellow oil.
Hemp CBD/CBG Isolate
Taking Distillate one step further to CBD isolate as we refine to a purer CBD product. The CBD isolate is produced in our GMP grade facility with the highest quality and testing standards. Parliament Group NV CBD delivers the quality and consistency the manufacturing process requires.
Hemp CBD/CBG Water Soluble, Isolate & Distalate
CBD water soluble is made with a natural emulsifier and then the particle size is reduced to microns to improve the bio-availability. This method of production avoids the unknown effects of nano particles and allows a clear solution when diluted and can be included as an ingredient for your aqueous formulation.
Hemp CBD/CBG THC-Free Distillate
Full Spectrum CBD THC FREE Distillate is made from crude oil that has been extracted from industrial hemp. The process involves chromatography to separate and remove THC from the extracted oil. The materials do have terpenes and other minor cannabinoids.
White Label Products
Parliament Group Ltd. offers a wide variety of wholesale white label CBD products, including Hemp CBD Distillate, Hemp CBD Isolate, Hemp CBD Water Soluble, Hemp CBD THC-Free Distillate and Organic CBD Distillate. Feel free to submit an inquiry for any products, and we'll get you more info.
What We Are Doing
Parliament Group Ltd. (PG), is creating and centralizing the American market for hemp products. By creating a large-scale hemp processing center in Northern Nevada, PG is poised to bring together the cultivation, processing and wholesaling portions of the hemp business under one efficient roof.
Our vision is to establish a hemp processing center that will quickly turn multiple varieties of hemp biomass into CBD oil, distillate, isolate. This will ultimately provide a substantial return on investment for all parties involved in an expedited, convenient manner, through a locally-owned and operated company.Learn More
Parliament Group, Ltd. is poised to position itself as a leader and partner in the US industrial hemp/CBD industry through strategy, genetics, cultivation, harvesting and processing techniques, which will enable the company to deliver a consistent supply & quality of hemp-sourced products.Learn More
There is a tremendous gap between the domestic production of hemp & hemp-derived products and the large demand for those products. This gap demonstrates that the American Hemp Industry is poised to grow substantially in the next 5-10 years.Learn More
The Parliament Group is a Nevada processor run by Nevada residents. Our goal has always been to provide Nevada farmers with the information and materials they need to be successful in this industry, to help stabilize market demand and pricing, and to provide an efficient and reliable outlet for Nevada hemp biomass. With the inevitable commoditization of raw hemp products over the next three to five years, it will become even more important that end consumers have clean products made by efficient biomass processing facilities, and access to vast networks of responsible, commercial outlets.Learn More
Introduction to Hemp
Hemp is a variety of the Cannabis sativa L species, and a member of the Cannabaceae plant family. Cannabaceae has been a source of fiber, food, oil, and medicine since as far back as historians can find. While one variety (marijuana) is cultivated for its vast phytochemicals, the other variety (hemp) is grown for its fiber, seed, and oil derivatives.Learn More
Growing Nevada Hemp
Foreign hemp cultivars have thrived in Nevada’s hot, dry climate, and ample ownership and distribution of water rights have provided Nevada farmers with ample irrigation necessary for its production. Hemp needs large amounts of water to grow well and does best in semi-humid conditions. Nevada’s arid climate also serves as a mold deterrent and is helpful in controlling pests and pathogens that might otherwise be present in wetter climates.Learn More
Hemp is a cellulose-rich plant, and a core crop in sustainable agriculture. Its strength and durability surpass other fibers, and as such, it requires multi-stage processing. Updating how hemp fiber is processed and extracted has been instrumental in maintaining its viability.Learn More
Hemp as a Natural Fiber
Natural fibers are classified based on their origin, such as animal, vegetable, or mineral. Hemp, jute, flax, and cotton are vegetable fibers in the cellulose-based class. Hemp is a bast fiber, which means that its material is fibrous enough to create textiles such as papers, composites, cordage or rope, animal bedding, canvas, and molded parts. In fact, the root of the word canvas is actually the Arab word for hemp.Learn More
There are many ways to extract CBD oil. The purpose of extraction is to create cannabinoids that are highly concentrated for human consumption and that’s why ethanol extraction is the best CBD oil extraction method. Ethanol extraction involves introducing the ethanol to the hemp plant in order to extract the cannabinoids. Ethanol extraction can produce cannabis oil with up to 99 percent purity.Learn More
Currently, the United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”), the Agricultural Research Administration, the Bureau of Agriculture and Industrial Chemistry, the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”), and the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) are all government agencies that oversee the cultivation, production, manufacturing, and distribution of hemp and hemp products at the Federal level, while the Nevada Department of Agriculture (“NDA”) is responsible for state oversight, and each county provides local approval.Learn More