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Happy Llama

hemp processing business

Who We Are

The Happy Llama Hemp Co. adventure began with Llama Phil having the idea of a natural hemp processing business in the mountains of Virginia. He wandered far afield in search of processors and producers to gain the knowledge needed to open a business and finding other like-minded llamas. Llama Luke introduced him to Dr Llama Mike, a believer in holistic healing and an advocate for plant medicine for a new society of Llamas, who will be happy, healthy and take care of the planet.

Dr Llama Mike had practiced medicine in RTP North Carolina, but found the “art” of medicine on the decline due to the money and prosperity around the science and business of medicine.  He moved to greener pastures in Floyd, Virginia, and intensified his Llama meditation and healing practice with his Llama Audrey. He, Llamas Phil and Luke, and our small herd of like-minded Llamas, started the Happy Llama Hemp Co. – a premium hemp processing business. 

llamas are very selective about their farmers,

and we are lucky to have found wonderful organic farmers in Virginia producing top quality hemp flower, which we lovingly extract for the fine cannabinoids and the subtle bouquet of terpenes that goes into our happy Llama CBD and CBG oils, gummies and salves. We like to say there is Llama Love in every bottle.

We endeavor
to be a source of information and education for you

and your understanding of cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system on your journey to optimum wellness with our natural hemp processing business! 

We do not make medical claims, per FDA regulations: “these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.” 

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Now, time for a little grazing.