Donation given to the UNM Medical Cannabis Research Fund

All of our #UH members deserve a round of applause! You all came together and raised over $2,000 to help fund #medical #cannabis #research. The University of New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Research Fund (MCRF) will now expand its #veteran enrollment in its study involving post-traumatic brain syndrome.  Special thanks to #Panaxia #AromaLand #SeebingerHemp #Bhang and #MountainTopExtracts

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Excruciating pain is my description for gout. Personally, I have discovered that applying Seebinger Hemp Hatch Red Chile Cream instantly helps reduce pain. Other gout sufferers also attest:
“Thank you for bringing this product to market. I use your Hemp Oil Budder to soothe my gout pain. Before using your Hemp Oil Budder, I was having to take large doses of ibuprofen for pain relief from an occasional gout flare-up.” Guy T.

SEEBINGER HEMP blends Colorado grown Hemp extract oil into all of our natural, plant based topical skin care products.  Hemp Extract Oil is a non psychoactive Cannabinoid compound, which may provide therapeutic benefits for many people.  Please visit for information about research results from Universities and the Medical Profession from around the world.

Thank you,

Lew Seebinger

I believe that with proper agricultural practices; planting, growing, and harvesting US grown Hemp as rapidly as possible may help save our Planet. We have vast acreage throughout the United States that is prime for growing various types of Hemp, according to each region’s best agricultural practices.

Thank you,

Lew Seebinger

SEEBINGER HEMP is proud to be a part of this phenomenal project to help the UNM Cannabis Research Program.  Stay tuned for more information about locations to enter your name to be in the drawing to win a Local New Mexico Made item(art, glass, non THC edibles, non THC topicals, and much more).

Thank you,

Lew Seebinger

I wanted to thank whoever it may concern, I have lupus and seem to be allergic to the world of beauty and skin products but your products are the only thing to jive with me. I was inquiring about your bulk orders for the 3 in 1 shampoo and the cbd hemp budder , could you tell me the minimum order number and that bulk cost? Again thanks for having such a wonderful product line!

Heidi Y.

As a massage therapist, I can be pretty picky about body care products. I tried the Seebinger Hemp Premium Unscented Lotion and was amazed. This is a product I’ll be using over and over again.

Marissa – Santa Fe, NM

Red Chile Cream contains CBD

Hi Lew. My name is Erin, I wanted to say thank you so much for the CBD cream. This truly has helped Austin’s pain the most out of anything we have tried. I was wondering how I can go about ordering more from you? Thank you thank you thank you!

Erin – Phoenix, AZ

Greetings one and all!


Seebinger Hemp will be involved with a drawing to be held for donations to a worthy cause.

Stay tuned for update,

Thank you,


Lew Seebinger

Capsaicin is the main capsaicinoid in chili peppers.

Natural function

Capsaicin found plants of the genus Capsicum, specifically in its fruit.  Fruit is defined as a ripened ovary and not surprisingly, higher concentrations are found in placental tissue.  However, membranes associated with the seeds, but not the seeds themselves, seem to have the most potent levels of capsaicin.  Capsaicin activates certain neurons that are associated with both heat and pain.  It’s what makes people describe foods such as chile as “hot.”


Why do people scratch an itch?  Basically, the scratching stimulates the nerves and distracts the person from the itching sensation.  Similarly, Capsaicin can be used to trick the body away from the sensation of pain.  That’s why you can find it used in some topical ointments like Seebinger Hemp’s Hatch Red Chile Cream.

You can find more information at  According to The Scientific Literature on Selected Herbs, and Aromatic and Medicinal Plants of the Temperate Zone, plants associated with Capsaicin have been used for remedies including asthma, cramps, arthritis, etc.   Thanks to grants National Science Foundation and the National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration, people have been able to study these uses in greater detail leading to works such as Where did the Chili Get its Spice?  by Joshua J. Tewksbury and associates.


According the Chemical Abstract Society, capsaicin was first reported in the 19th century and synthesized in 1930 ( see )

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Some Seebinger Hemp products contain Capsaicin and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.