Hemp — Its Time Has Come Full Circle

Two hundred years ago, Hemp filled the fields of American farms. Today, reports show the  Hemp/Cannabis market is currently developing faster than the Smart phone, robotics, 3D printing industries—and ushering in the most exciting new era in US history. CannaVision is in the forefront of this revolution, poised and ready to play a leading role in Hemp's evolution and of new ideals.


We see a great future for CannaVision. 

Puerto Rico —Hemp's Newest Frontier

Industrial Hemp is one of our world’s most prolific plants. It offers a viable array of hemp-derived products to many island economies in need of a new source of commerce, such as textiles, construction materials (Hemp Habitat Solutions), health and beauty, etc. In addition, due to its short growth cycle, it offers the ability to quickly recover and rebuild what was lost. 

Through a collaborative agreement between CannaVision's Puerto Rican subsidiary, Cannambary, and the University of Puerto Rico, our mission is to establish and maintain a synergistic working relationship to further research on the methods of cultivation, adaptation, production and yield of Hemp in Puerto Rico.  


There's never been a better time to introduce Puerto Rico to Hemp.  

CannaVision PR

CannaVision, Inc. brings Hemp and optimism to the  people of Puerto Rico. 

Agricultural Hemp

The agricultural business of farming Hemp is more than just CBD extraction. 

Hemp Building Products

Hemp-derived building materials is the next evolution of construction. 

Hemp — History & Facts 

Hemp is one of the fastest growing plants and one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber dating as far back as 10,000 years ago. It can also be refined into a variety of commercial items including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed.

Industry News

Feb 13, 2020
By Trevor Grode, Data Analyst, New Frontier Data Two high-profile Kentucky hemp companies – GenCanna Global and Sunstrand, LLC, respectively – have filed for bankruptcy this month, creating doubts about the future of the hemp industry in the state. GenCan…
Feb 13, 2020
Q: I want to start my own business selling hemp bracelets, but am at a loss trying to source U.S.-grown textiles. Have any suggestion? A: For now, American grown hemp fiber is in short supply. Though the U.S. licensed a record 500,000 acres of hemp in 201…