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East Meets West Wellness: The 2020 Trend We Love

What’s more polarized than politics? Perhaps your health. For centuries, medicine, wellness, and health have been staunchly divided into two schools of thought: Eastern and Western.

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What’s more polarized than politics? Perhaps your health. For centuries, medicine, wellness, and health have been staunchly divided into two schools of thought: Eastern and Western.

In recent decades, if you “believe in” Eastern medicine, you go to yoga, have an acupuncturist, take arnica and turmeric in lieu of ibuprofen, know your Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic constitutions, avoid vaccines like the plague, have a house full of crystals and sage, meditate daily, and swear off prescription drugs at all costs. You might view Western medicine as toxic, and big pharma as evil.

East meets West wellness photo with western doctor utensils and herbs and supplements on a table

If you’re in the Western (also called modern medicine) camp, you have a more science-driven approach. You opt for simple and effective over-the-counter and prescription solutions, you have a specialist for all your different organ systems and trust your primary care physician, you regularly get vaccinated, and prefer workouts that are all about performance, calorie-burning, and optimizing your health. You might think Eastern practices are “woo woo” or “hippy dippy.”

And no matter which side of the fence you fell on, up until recently, there’s been a whole lot of judgment and bad vibes. But. . . What if neither of those schools of thought were wrong? What if we could pick the best of both worlds? What if we didn’t have to oppose, and could just embrace it all?

Just like our culture is craving more purple people in politics — more balance, understanding, two-sided perspective — it’s time for our health to take a more neutral approach versus this staunch polarity.

Back in December we predicted that this would be one of the major wellness trends for 2020, for many reasons. Here are just a few.

High Stress Levels Are Driving People to Explore All Options

Burnout culture is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how stressed and unwell (mentally and physically) many people are today. We’ve chatted with HR professionals who’ve seen an uptick in employees taking leaves of absence for mental health reasons, and the search query “therapists near me” has been on a steady rise on Google since 2015. 

With stress, anxiety, and depression all on the rise — and better public awareness of mental health symptoms — many people are looking for any option to find relief.

Some may visit a primary care provider or physician for a prescription while also practicing breath work, going to Pilates, and downloading a meditation app. Others will go to acupuncture and talk therapy while working with a cardiologist to take steps to reduce blood pressure. Some will change their diet, focus on getting better sleep, and make a career change to better align with their health needs. There’s no one right answer or solution for healing your mind, which means there is room for both ideologies.

Tea in glass cup with aromatic herbs in dish on table

Western/Mainstream Is Starting to Embrace What Was Traditionally “Alternative”

Probiotics and turmeric are now common ingredients in popular packaged brands — they used to be reserved for those who were into alternative, natural health (or practicing Ayurvedic medicine). You can now buy Kellogg’s cereal with probiotics, or a turmeric-infused juice from Coca Cola-owned Suja. Meditation is on the rise, especially thanks to meditation apps (Is there anything more East-meets-West than a Silicon Valley-developed digital platform for an ancient Eastern wellness practice?). Crystals have become a multi-billion-dollar industry. Recovery studios featuring infrared saunas, PEMF tables, and cryotherapy are roaringly popular among the (more Westernized) boutique fitness crowd.

All of these things that were once either mocked, ignored, or avoided have now been adopted and embraced slowly but surely by the Western world’s mainstream market. Thanks to a greater focus on self-care (and the aforementioned drive to explore all available options), the Eastern practices and tools have become more normalized than ever — and people are taking a more 360-degree approach to health.

Proactive Education and Conscious Consumption Is On the Rise

The drive for self-education has never been stronger. The voracious consumption of information — particularly when it comes to health and wellness — has been a cultural juggernaut in the past year or so. Everyone wants to learn more about what they’re putting in their body, which has led to extremely conscious consumption (amazing!). People want to know where their salmon came from, how the CBD in their tincture was extracted, and why exactly GMO is a bad thing.

It’s incredible to see so many people question the information they receive, and then dive deeper into health topics.

This has opened the door for more people to research and explore options that had once been outside their scope. The more open our minds are to receiving new ways of thinking, the more we can explore which modalities of health and wellness work best for our bodies, minds, and lifestyles.

Hemp is the Physical Embodiment of This Concept

With CBD being one of the biggest cultural topics in the world right now (seriously, try going a single day without reading or hearing about CBD), the idea of East-meets-West has come to the forefront. Hemp has been used in ancient medicine for thousands of years, and despite a century-long prohibition in the United States, the cannabis plant is now being used in the major pharmaceutical drug Epidiolex. 

This plant has brought PhDs, MDs, naturopaths, and herbalists to the table; everyone is fascinated by what this plant can do for the world. Hemp has truly become a middle ground for both camps. With studies only beginning to start (en masse, at that), this is definitely just the beginning, and the opening of a door for all of us to find the best parts of Eastern and Western medicine.

Source: https://svnspace.com/blogs/lifestyle/east-meets-west-wellness-2020-trend-we-love

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Global Hemp-Based Food Market 2020 – Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin And Forecast By …

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Global Hemp-Based Food Market 2020 - Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin And Forecast By 2026

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Report Summary:-

The Global Hemp-Based Food Market Report 2020-2026 (Forecast Period) Offers An In-Depth Study Of Market Growth Factors, Future Evaluation, Country-Level Analysis, Hemp-Based Food Market Distribution, And Competitive Landscape Study Of Significant Industry Players. Every Segment Of The Global Hemp-Based Food Market Is Extensively Assessed In The Research Report. The Segment Analysis Offers Critical Opportunities Available In The Global Hemp-Based Food Market Through Leading Segments. The Regional Study Of The Global Hemp-Based Food Market Helps Readers To Attain A Thorough Understanding Of The Developments Of The Different Geographic Markets In Recent Years And Also Going Forth. In Addition, The Report Provides A Comprehensive Overview Of The Vital Dynamics Of The Global Hemp-Based Food Market, Including Market Influence And Market Effect Factors, Drivers, Threats, Constraints, Trends, And Prospects. The Research Study Also Contains Other Forms Of Analysis, Such As Qualitative And Quantitative.

The report includes country-wise and region-wise market size for the period 2015-2026. It also includes market size and forecast by Type, and by Application segment in terms of sales and revenue for the period 2015-2026.

Competitive Landscape and Hemp-Based Food Market Share Analysis:-
Hemp-Based Food market competitive landscape provides details and data information by players. The report offers comprehensive analysis and accurate statistics on revenue by the player for the period 2015-2020. It also offers detailed analysis supported by reliable statistics on revenue (global and regional level) by players for the period 2015-2020. Details included are company description, major business, company total revenue and the sales, revenue generated in Hemp-Based Food business, the date to enter into the Hemp-Based Food market, Hemp-Based Food product introduction, recent developments, etc.
The major vendors covered:
CompassDiversifiedHoldings
Hempco
Hemp Foods Australia
Canopy Growth
NaturallySplendidEnterprises
Nutiva
Agropro
Nutiva
Manitoba Harvest
Braham & Murray
GIGO Food
Elixinol
Mettrum Originals
Jinzhou Qiaopai Biotech

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Market Dynamics:-

The report also examines the several volume trends, the pricing history, and the market value in addition to understanding the key dynamics of the Hemp-Based Food market. Several future growth drivers, challenges, and opportunities are also analyzed to obtain a better view of the industry.       

Hemp-Based Food market is segmented by region (country), players, by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Hemp-Based Food market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by region (country), by Type and by Application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026.

Segment by Type, the Hemp-Based Food market is segmented into
Hemp seed-based foods
Hemp protein-based foods
Hemp oil-based foods

Segment by Application, the Hemp-Based Food market is segmented into
Supermarkets
Convenience Stores
Others

Regional and Country-level Analysis
The Hemp-Based Food market is analysed and market size information is provided by regions (countries).
The key regions covered in the Hemp-Based Food market report are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. It also covers key regions (countries), viz, U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, etc.

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Major Key Points from Table of Content:

1 Study Coverage
1.1 Hemp-Based Food Product Introduction
1.2 Market Segments
1.3 Key Hemp-Based Food Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue
1.4 Market by Type
1.4.1 Global Hemp-Based Food Market Size Growth Rate by Type
1.4.2 Hemp seed-based foods
1.4.3 Hemp protein-based foods
1.4.4 Hemp oil-based foods
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Hemp-Based Food Market Size Growth Rate by Application
1.5.2 Supermarkets
1.5.3 Convenience Stores
1.5.4 Others
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

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12 Company Profiles
12.1 CompassDiversifiedHoldings
12.1.1 CompassDiversifiedHoldings Corporation Information
12.1.2 CompassDiversifiedHoldings Description and Business Overview
12.1.3 CompassDiversifiedHoldings Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.1.4 CompassDiversifiedHoldings Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.1.5 CompassDiversifiedHoldings Recent Development
12.2 Hempco
12.2.1 Hempco Corporation Information
12.2.2 Hempco Description and Business Overview
12.2.3 Hempco Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.2.4 Hempco Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.2.5 Hempco Recent Development
12.3 Hemp Foods Australia
12.3.1 Hemp Foods Australia Corporation Information
12.3.2 Hemp Foods Australia Description and Business Overview
12.3.3 Hemp Foods Australia Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.3.4 Hemp Foods Australia Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.3.5 Hemp Foods Australia Recent Development
12.4 Canopy Growth
12.4.1 Canopy Growth Corporation Information
12.4.2 Canopy Growth Description and Business Overview
12.4.3 Canopy Growth Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.4.4 Canopy Growth Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.4.5 Canopy Growth Recent Development
12.5 NaturallySplendidEnterprises
12.5.1 NaturallySplendidEnterprises Corporation Information
12.5.2 NaturallySplendidEnterprises Description and Business Overview
12.5.3 NaturallySplendidEnterprises Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.5.4 NaturallySplendidEnterprises Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.5.5 NaturallySplendidEnterprises Recent Development
12.6 Nutiva
12.6.1 Nutiva Corporation Information
12.6.2 Nutiva Description and Business Overview
12.6.3 Nutiva Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.6.4 Nutiva Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.6.5 Nutiva Recent Development
12.7 Agropro
12.7.1 Agropro Corporation Information
12.7.2 Agropro Description and Business Overview
12.7.3 Agropro Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.7.4 Agropro Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.7.5 Agropro Recent Development
12.8 Nutiva
12.8.1 Nutiva Corporation Information
12.8.2 Nutiva Description and Business Overview
12.8.3 Nutiva Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.8.4 Nutiva Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.8.5 Nutiva Recent Development
12.9 Manitoba Harvest
12.9.1 Manitoba Harvest Corporation Information
12.9.2 Manitoba Harvest Description and Business Overview
12.9.3 Manitoba Harvest Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.9.4 Manitoba Harvest Hemp-Based Food Products Offered
12.9.5 Manitoba Harvest Recent Development
12.10 Braham & Murray

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Thailand removes Cannabis plants from drug list; Hemp plants promoted as cash crops

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The Narcotics Control Board resolved to remove leaves, stems, stalks and roots of cannabis plants including both Kancha and Kanchong from the narcotics list.

The Narcotics Control Board decided to remove cannabis from the list of narcotics, category 5 to allow wider use for medicinal purposes.

Permanent Secretary for Public Health, Kiarttiphum Wongjit and Secretary-General of the Food and Drug Administration, Paisan Dankhum told a press briefing that the Narcotics Control Board resolved to remove leaves, stems, stalks and roots of cannabis plants including both Kancha and Kanchong from the narcotics list.

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The removal is to pave the way for more access to use cannabis for medical purposes as well as in textile, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.

Hemp plants will be promoted as the new cash crops.

After the board’s decision, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will propose the draft ministerial regulation to the Public Health Minister to sign and it will be published in the Royal Gazette and put into effect.

The draft ministerial regulation stipulates that cannabis plants, officially allowed to grow or be extracted in Thailand will no longer be considered as the narcotics, category 5.

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However, permanent secretary for public health said despite the delisting of cannabis, initially, only government agencies and community enterprises who work with the government agencies can grow cannabis and must seek permission from the FDA.

Recreational use of cannabis is still illegal. (TNA)

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The Roll-up #173: Why we’re thankful for the garbage year of 2020. Yes, 2020.

This week Bruce, Alyssa, and Hannah chew through 2020 and all its robust, savory goodness.

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