Members & Sponsors


Members & Sponsors
The Realm of Caring Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They have full time staff members supporting over 25,000 clients throughout the U.S. and the world. They are ready and able to answer any direct questions you may have about dosing or specific products to aid specific issues. Before making your final purchases at HealthyHemp.com, feel free to contact the ROC at: theroc.us or call 719-347-5400.

Hemp Industries Association
The mission of the Hemp Industries Association (HIA), a 501(c)(6) membership-based non-profit trade group, is to represent the interests of the hemp industry and to encourage the research and development of new products made from industrial hemp, low-THC oil-seed and fiber varieties of Cannabis. The HIA and HIA Members:
  • Educate the public about the exceptional attributes of hemp products.
  • Facilitate the exchange of information and technology between hemp agriculturists, processors, manufacturers, distributors and retailers.
  • Maintain and defend the integrity of hemp products.
  • Advocate and support socially responsible and environmentally sound business practices.

Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association
Founded in the early 1930’s and having weathered a variety of organizational transformations over the past 90+ years, PCA remains the largest association representing the interests of ALL Doctors of Chiropractic throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To that position of privilege, PCA is led by and for Doctors of Chiropractic–including the PCA Board of Directors, committees, and our 14 districts. PCA exists to inform, educate, and advocate on behalf of the Chiropractor and patient.

Michigan Association Of Chiropractors
The Mission of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors is to protect and enhance the chiropractic profession through organized leadership, education, and the promotion of the chiropractic discipline and practice.

Pennsylvania Hemp Industry Council
The Pennsylvania Hemp Industry Council seeks to accelerate the return of the Industrial Hemp Crop to the Pennsylvania agricultural landscape. To effectively achieve our aim of broad adoption of Industrial Hemp as a rotational crop by farmers, we will build a vital and effective collaboration of agencies, individuals and the general public.Pennsylvania is a very strong agricultural state with over 63 thousand farms and almost 8 million acres of farm land. These farmers, the entire state, as well as the environment would benefit tremendously from the ability to grow industrial hemp. With our ideal climate and close proximity to major markets, we need to return this vital cash crop to our state.

To support the growth and development of all aspects of the industrial hemp industry.