Hemp Engineering – Ramon Granados

Hemp Engineering – Ramon Granados

Dan Humiston: [00:00:00] Welcome to another edition of hemp Baron.


Dan Humiston: [00:00:07] I'm Dan Humiston. And on today's show we are going to log a lot of miles. We are starting in Australia and learning about the hemp opportunities down under. and then we're heading all the way back to Central America. And we're gonna finish in the Caribbean.


Dan Humiston: [00:00:24] Let's join my conversation with today's hemp tour guide Ramone Granados live from Perth Australia.


Dan Humiston: [00:00:35] Ramon Welcome back to the show.


Ramon Granados: [00:00:37] Thank you. Thank you.


Dan Humiston: [00:00:39] Yes well you're the CEO of hemp engineer which is based in Perth Australia. So to start off you have the distinction of being our furthest away guys. So congratulations on that. Yeah. Well it's also very early where you are and appreciate you getting up early and and having this talk with us it's late later here but a lot of exciting stuff to talk to you about today. So I mean I should just jump right into it because path is huge news in the United States but I don't think a lot of people including myself know what's going on in the rest of the world and you know we're lucky today to have you on the show because you're a in Australia so you have a good insight what's going on there but you also have a pretty good insight in what's going on in Latin American and the Caribbean. I thought maybe we'd start off and you can give us an update on all the different countries and some of the things that you're doing with us. Why don't we start with Australia in Australia.


Ramon Granados: [00:01:32] You said perhaps one of the most interesting regions on earth were I believe will become a huge hub for the hemp industry. We are basically in the middle of Asia and America is here to transport the goods we can potentially manufacture in this part of the World Water land is not a problem. And also the climate is very sunshine country and none other nonetheless like in the rest of the war we are just basically growing five thousand acres in the whole country for various purposes. It is illegal to grow CBD in Australia. That's why most of the companies hotspot we've seen textile land entry and other products. Australians have been called Man experts in all kind of products except CBD huh yeah. So there are being shots of all kinds of machinery people walking round the clock producing different products on equipments. There is a good support from the government. I foresee that this country is going to close very soon in technology and good products.


Dan Humiston: [00:02:41] I agree like you said geographically it makes a lot of sense and you know it's not a bad thing that you haven't got sucked into the CBD wave because eventually that's going to run its course and then the other really good opportunities with the plant you're going to have to take advantage of those people in Australia will have an advantage because they really focused on it only 5000 acres isn't real a lot of production right now. So there's tons of potential there.


Ramon Granados: [00:03:06] Yes absolutely absolutely. There will be an explosion on this primarily because in Perth where I live we wake up at the same time as 60 percent of the overall population China Japan or Thailand. So there is a huge market there to be conquer. No question about that.


Dan Humiston: [00:03:25] Wow. You're right. Well let's jump to the other side of the world. You have recently were honored with being appointed the CEO of hemp today in Espanol and you're going to have a big summit the Latin America Caribbean hemp summit coming up in November. Before we jump to that let's we'll talk about that at the end of our talk but let's take a few minutes to talk about what's going on in Latin America what's going on in the Caribbean with hemp.


Ramon Granados: [00:03:51] There is some things that is significant in the US Latino culture for one reason or another Uruguay was the first country that earlier legalized cannabis including Medicinal Recreational and camel. That's where we call it cognac which is hemp another delay it's like in the rest of the war products are we that are being developed are in our very early stage that is not enough production. Governments are still with the dilemma of the stigma or how we're going to move forward. But order is one of those countries style that they have not even just cause it's such a possibility. Mexico has just clearer marijuana is a human right and get hemp is a long way to go. Colombia is doing an excellent work opening the doors for investors helping the areas that were in a conflict not a war. And they're promoting hemp in this moment as an alternative to create a new economy. Why Chile. The same is is going in the same direction so there is something happening. Otherwise they can delete. Absolutely. The threats are always all about. We're trying to do the best we can. Yeah and what about the Caribbean. The British in France. I loved her more or plans to the business than the rest of the countries in the area. Remember the Caribbean is like Sligo for an old church seeing one region. Yes. Spanish speaking countries are very reluctant but the English countries are more open than our kind of ties into this.


Dan Humiston: [00:05:32] Latin America Caribbean. Summit November 8th and 9th. Where is it going to be held.


Ramon Granados: [00:05:37] That's gonna be at the Hyatt in . We are expecting to have summit up to 100 people. We are selecting the best pictures that we can. Half a ton. The idea I used to cover these differing areas of potential investments that we have from the end to the war.


Dan Humiston: [00:05:57] So this sounds like it's gonna be a pretty interesting show. It's in your gray and it's going to be in November 8th and 9th between now and then. How much can happen the way this industry is going. The next thing with six months of hey if he can. He could have so many many new opportunities by that time. I have all of your information on the MJbulls website so if anybody wants to follow up and find out information about it. Well we haven't. We've been speaking with Ramone granados from hemp engineers in north Australia. And like I said I have all of Ramones contact information on our Web site. Ramone. Thanks for getting up early to talk to us and be on the show today.


Ramon Granados: [00:06:37] Hi. My pleasure and thank you for yours. I have been considering myself on top of my team. Thank you. We're here to help on this rock and roll.


Dan Humiston: [00:06:50] Let's rock and roll is right. Hopefully maybe I'll see you in our way in November. That would be fun. Yeah I really hope so.


Ramon Granados: [00:06:57] Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Have a great day today.




Dan Humiston