International HEMP Summit

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"International HEMP Summit - Building a Global HEMP & CBD Ecosystem"
International HEMP Summit is India's premier HEMP & CBD summit focusing on what is going on and what is next in HEMP & CBD innovation. The summit will provide a forum to share knowledge, develop and support collaborative research into all aspects of the cultivation, farming, harvesting and commercial use of hemp-based products. The goal of the summit is to educate businesses and industry executives on the opportunities in the HEMP industry.


  • Listen to the current regulations & ​Get an international perspective from leading experts
  • Showcase your expertise, and create market dominance
  • Network with those already in the business and learn how you too can get into the business


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM General Hours

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Aditya Dr

Aditya Dr

CEO at Mary Jane Trading LLP

Chennai, India


Partner at Himalayan Golden leaf

Baddi, India
Chandra Shekhar

Chandra Shekhar

Owner at Eka International

Mumbai, India
Ngatangmi Hungyo

Ngatangmi Hungyo

Convenor at Mañipur Industrial Hemp Movement

Imphal, India
Monika Kahlon

Monika Kahlon

Self Employed at No

Mumbai, India
Raghav Srivastava

Raghav Srivastava

Co-founder at GR4SS

New Delhi, India


Owner at Chef Grown Produce

Mumbai, India

Schedule & Agenda

Wed, 11 Mar 12:00 AM - 03:30 PMThe Future of HEMP in Asian Markets Session
Wed, 11 Mar 12:00 AM - 10:30 AMInternational Prespective & Guideline on HEMP Session
Hemp is emerging as one of the most rapidly growing agricultural and industrial markets that has emerged for decades. 10,000+ applications including bioplastics, construction, high protein foods and beverages, food supplements, textiles, paper products, composites, biofuel, graphene substitutes. Major environmental benefits carbon sequestration, enhanced biodiversity, land reclamation and phytoremediation, environmentally responsible industrial and consumer products. Profitable cash crop for farmers when permitted to utilise the whole plant plus multi billion pound downstream markets. Listen to all this and more.
Wed, 11 Mar 12:00 AM - 12:00 AMLunch Break Lunch
Wed, 11 Mar 12:00 AM - 12:00 AMPanel Session: Economic & Legal Barriers to HEMP Manufacturing Session
Observers say commercialization of this potentially lucrative plant remains limited for legal, financial and technological reasons. They point to restrictive federal guidelines governing hemp, a dearth of investors willing to wager money on the plant, and a lack of commercial-scale processing equipment. Legalizing hemp may also be important for scientists who want to study CBD's effects.​Q&A
Wed, 11 Mar 08:30 AM - 09:30 AMRegistration Registration
Wed, 11 Mar 09:30 AM - 10:00 AMThe Current Status of HEMP in India Keynote
As per government regulations, the hemp grown in India can be processed for fibers only. The extraction and processing of oil from seeds, buds, leaves is still considered illegal. As for the use of Hemp, any Hemp product which has THC concentration less than or equal to 0.3% is not considered illegal to use.Learn about the latest regulations on Hemp & CBD from the senior expert.
Wed, 11 Mar 11:30 AM - 12:15 PMPanel Session: Hemp Cultivation & Commercialisation​​ Session
For India, cannabis has always meant more than a recreational drug. The country, especially the Northern states are aware of the cannabis' medicinal and other related properties but commercializing it has had stigma attached. Industrial cannabis or Hemp can be used as a substitute for cotton and can be clubbed with natural other natural fibers like silk to produce textile. The plant can also be used to manufacture paper products and fiberglass. Additionally, according to various researchers, cannabis can be an alternative source of biofuel.
Wed, 11 Mar 12:15 PM - 12:45 PMThe Environmental & Social Impact of HEMP Session
Wed, 11 Mar 12:45 PM - 12:00 AMMedical Hemp for Patients & Pharmaceuticals Session
Wed, 11 Mar 04:00 PM - 04:30 PMHow Can Industrial Hemp Revolutionise the Capital Market Session
Not only can hemp be used for an astonishing number of products, its net environmental benefit is impressive. Among the more salient features, hemp grows in a variety of climates and soil types, is naturally resistant to most pests, and grows very tightly spaced allowing it to outcompete most weeds. A natural substitute for cotton and wood fiber, hemp can also be pulped using fewer chemicals than wood because of its low lignin content. Hence it can truly revolutionise the markets of today.

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