The Chronic Tea Party
Chronic Ice is the nation’s first premium hemp iced tea. It’s an all-natural tea made from an organic green and black tea blend, ground hemp seed powder, and cane sugar.
Each serving of the antioxidant-rich, healthy tea contains only 80 calories per serving, and it is free of preservatives and high fructose corn syrup.
It has been tested with doctors and oncologists and enjoyed by notable hip hop artist such as Lil Wayne, 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg. Chronic Ice has combined a hand crafted blend of natural ingredients that include flavors, sweeteners, and a premium hemp seed powder to create a line of healthy and refreshing alternatives to your common place tea and soda. Remember hemp is a superfood sold in all natural food stores across the globe.Our drink does not contain any cannabis or THC. People don’t get high by drinking our tea, but they can get healthy.
Brewed in America
We’ve searched for the finest ingredients to create a great tasting tea that is also really good for you.Then we set out to find bottling companies only in America to brew our tea because we believe in keeping American businesses growing. We’re doing our part, so help us help America keep on growing.
Fascinating Facts about Hemp
- All school books were made from hemp or flax paper until the 1880s. (Jack Frazier. Hemp Paper Reconsidered. 1974.)
- It was legal to pay taxes with hemp in America from 1631 until the early 1800s. (LA Times. Aug. 12, 1981.)
- Refusing to grow hemp in America during the 17th and 18th centuries was against the law! You could be jailed in Virginia for refusing to grow hemp from 1763 to 1769 (G. M. Herdon. Hemp in Colonial Virginia).
- George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers grew hemp. (Washington and Jefferson Diaries. Jefferson smuggled hemp seeds from China to France then to America.)
- Benjamin Franklin owned one of the first paper mills in America, and it processed hemp. Also, the War of 1812 was fought over hemp. Napoleon wanted to cut off Moscow’s export to England. (Jack Herer. Emperor Wears No Clothes.)
- For thousands of years, 90% of all ships’ sails and rope were made from hemp. The word ‘canvas’ comes from the Middle English word “canvas” which comes from the Latin word cannabis. (Webster’s New World Dictionary.)
- 80% of all textiles, fabrics, clothes, linen, drapes, bed sheets, etc., were made from hemp until the 1820s, with the introduction of the cotton gin.
- The first Bibles, maps, charts, Betsy Ross’s flag, the first drafts of the Declaration of Independence and the constitution were made from hemp.
- The first crop grown in many states was hemp. 1850 was a peak year for Kentucky producing 40,000 tons. Hemp was the largest cash crop until the 20th century. (State Archives.)
- Oldest known records of hemp farming go back 5000 years in China, although hemp industrialization probably goes back to ancient Egypt.
- Rembrandt’s, Van Gogh’s Gainsborough’s, as well as most early canvas paintings, were principally painted on hemp linen.
- In 1916, the U.S. Government predicted that by the 1940s all paper would come from hemp and that no more trees need to be cut down. Government studies report that 1 acre of hemp equals 4.1 acres of trees. Plans were in the works to implement such programs. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Archives.)
- Quality paints and varnishes were made from hemp seed oil until 1937. 58,000 tons of hemp seeds were used in America for paint products in 1935. (Sherman Williams Paint Co. testimony before the U.S. Congress against the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act.)
- Henry Ford’s first Model-T was built to run on hemp gasoline and the car itself was constructed from hemp! On his large estate, Ford was photographed among his hemp fields. The car, ‘grown from the soil,’ had hemp plastic panels whose impact strength was 10 times stronger than steel. (Popular Mechanics,1941.)
- In 1938, hemp was called ‘Billion Dollar Crop.’ It was the first time a cash crop had a business potential to exceed a billion dollars. (Popular Mechanics, Feb. 1938.)
Chronic ice is now available in selected stores in California, New York, Washington, Nevada, Texas, Utah, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
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