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Zao to live, to be Alive

What's in a name?

We are so glad that you are here and look forward to providing you and your family with quality products. We hope you enjoyed our last post regarding the history of Hemp. We look forward to bringing you not only products, but information you could use for your research. But we should probably start today with an introduction.

We are a family striving to lead a full life in all the fullness and wholeness given. We strive to keep our life rooted in God allowing him to nourish not only our souls but our full being by the blessings he has provided us on our earthly home. We not only produce products but we are also growing and harvesting ourselves to make sure we are providing quality product from seed to product. God has blessed us with our unity and we want to share this with our extended family.

Since we strive to remain rooted in God, what better way to physically show our heart, mind, and soul than through our products. In order to do that, we decided to draw from the Greek and Hebrew translation of God’s word and focus on the word life. We choose the word ZAO, which means “to live, breathe, be among the living, to enjoy real life, to live”. So what better name to bless on our products.

We are striving to produce premium hemp products that can change the lives of many. In our own personal search for herbs for better health and wellness for our family, we discovered hemp and saw the life it gives. Through its benefits, we are able to achieve wholeness during times where our body is out of balance.

Many are beginning to hear of the benefits of Hemp in several aspects of life but many may not understand what Hemp actually is. Hemp is used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less of THC content (by dry weight). Hemp is part of the Cannabis family under the name of Cannabis sativa L. Yes, hemp and marijuana come from the same cannabis species, but they are genetically distinct and are further distinguished by use, chemical makeup, and cultivation methods. Hemp can be used for its stalk to make fiber, seeds are edible, and the leaves and buds house medicinal properties, known as CBD. Hemp is a very versatile plant and full of life. So why not share this blessing with others?

We would like to welcome you to our family and be with you on your journey to wholeness. We are proud of the full spectrum hemp essential products we have made available to your family. We look forward to hearing your testimony of wholeness and look forward to growing together. Stay tuned for more newsletters to help you on your journey.


The Church of the Great God. “Greek/Hebrew Definitions”.

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