Community Help Fight Germs Together
Join the movement to "Fight Germs Together". We are looking for other businesses to help protect the ones who protect us.
As a community we can help slow down the spread of this virus by using resources right in front of us
We need distilleries all of the nation to:
Make alcohol that can be turned in to cleaning solutions for first responders
Make alcohol so we can make much needed hand sanitizer to protect police officers and fire fighters.
Hemp Ethanol Processors:
Make hand sanitizer for first responders
We need sewing companies or sewing enthusiast to:
Make much needed face mask. Cotton does not work as well as N95 but some studies show it can block up to 90% of unwanted toxins.
If you are a local sewer, you can help make face mask, if you are an ethanol hemp processor you can make hand sanitizer. As community being resourceful and working together for the common good, we can #fightgermstogether.
Come join our movement!
Minnesota First Responder | Fight Germs Together Mission
Help Minny Grown and Nothing But Hemp protect first responders
Amid the widespread shortages and desperation caused by the novel Coronavirus, some hemp producers are at the cutting edge of the relief effort.
Nothing But Hemp and Minny Grown CBD hope to raise enough money to create hemp-based hand sanitizer for police departments and fire departments, who have expended their entire supply of the important protective product
Now, you can help the brave first responders at SPPD get the personal hygiene support they need with a new GoFundMe page to help Minny Grown and Nothing But Hemp create enough of the innovative hemp version.
Much has been made of the desperate need to keep people home and “flatten the curve” of cases of COVID-19. This is because as cases reach their peak, the percentage of sick people who require hospitalization are likely to overwhelm intensive care units across the state and country.
Policemen and Fire Fighters are the ones tasked with taking on much of the added burden to the public health and first response system in this trying time.
With stocks of hand sanitizer running low across the country and a desperate need to keep our public servants and first responders safe as they receive more emergency calls amid contagion dangers, hemp may be just the right solution.
Hemp-infused hand sanitizers bring with them the germ killing traits of ethyl alcohol solution sanitizers, plus the attractions so many seek in CBD and hemp products more broadly.
Thousands of Americans love to use hemp products for their anxiety, insomnia and chronic pain problems, and with flurries of new and dangerous responsibilities in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, St. Paul’s finest could surely use help in finding relaxation where they can.
Nothing But Hemp and Minny Grown have already donated 400 containers of hemp-infused hand sanitizers to the SPPD and 200 to the Bloomington police department, but the goal of the funding campaign would allow the companies to create and donate as many as 6,000 or more bottles.
Materials for each of the bottles cost around $1.50, so Nothing But Hemp and Minny Grown are asking their gracious fans, customers and donors to meet the $10,000 goal and help the state’s brave public servants.
Please consider helping out in this important move toward solidarity in a time of crisis.
If you are interested in Minny Grown CBD’s organic hemp products and want some of your own, consider Nothing But Hemp for your Minny Grown and other organic hemp needs.
At Nothing But Hemp, Minny Grown CBD joins Charlotte’s Web CBD, Siskiyou Sungrown CBD join other award-winning brands to offer customers the top-tier hemp quality in Minnesota and the U.S. During the Coronavirus outbreak, customers also have curb-side pickup, phone and mail ordering and online purchasing options.
70 cents | cost per bottle
46 cents | for materials (Organic Aloe, Hemp Oil, Food Grade Certified Organic Ethanol)
43 cent | per label (Community Help Fight Germs Together)
Each bottle is 2oz.
We are looking for other ethanol hemp processors and distilleries to follow suit and move this campaign forward "Community Help Fight Germs Together."
Please note, we put a smiley face on the police officer because she works on special cases. We needed to protect her privacy.