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Green Cures & Botanical Distribution is a leading industrial hemp and botanical products innovator. We provide premium hemp-infused nutritional supplements, sport wellness, and complete body care products. From concept to production, and distribution, Green Cures & Botanical Distribution is continuously creating and introducing products that promote a healthy life style.


The Team

Joe Tragesser – Chief Executive Officer

Joe Tragesser background consists of 29 years with Hostess Brands as a District Sales Manager before becoming Vice President of Marketing and Director of Sales for BCU Food Brokers and currently serves as President for Continental Food & Beverage Brokers, which is his own company.
As District Manager, Joe managed 7 different locations throughout the Southwestern regions. He spent time developing relationships with all major and smaller grocery chains. Those accounts included: Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Stater Brothers, Costco, Wal-Mart, Target, Sam’s Club, Vons, Albertsons, Superior Warehouse and many other chains. Joe also worked closely with C-Store accounts such as 7-11, Circle K, and Arco AmPm. Joe was responsible for one of the largest institutional divisions in the west, which required personalizing service and product to individual accounts. Those institutional accounts consist of: restaurants, hospitals, casinos, amusement parks, prisons, government accounts, cruise ships, airlines, Amtrack, and school districts.

Aymar Yoboué – Chief Financial Officer

Aymar Yoboué was most recently CFO at CommonDesk LLC, an enterprise software company based in New York city and brings more than13 years of experience acquired at financial services, fortune 50 and startups.. At CommonDesk LLC, Aymar was key in optimizing the capital structure and informed the company’s pricing and go-to-market strategies. Over his career, Aymar held positions in investment banking (private placements) Research, and Capital Markets (Trader, Business Analyst) and is very familiar with capital markets’ regulations, psychology and behavior.

Hemp has numerous incredible values and uses, from nutritional supplements to clothing, fiber, paper, construction materials and so much more. To learn more about Hemp, please take your time to read through this page. We want to educate you, so you can make informed decisions and choices after you learn what Hemp is and what it can do for you.

Hemp has been used for food sources, nutritional products, to make beer, seasonings for food rope, jewelry, paper products, body lotions, in plastic and composite materials, in concrete, building materials, as money tendering, as a fiber for clothing, fiber for fabrics and very importantly it has been used as soil purification, weed control, water purification and fuel. While there are many other things Hemp can be used for, it is important to note: Hemp is the only plant or item that can be used to feed, fuel, cloth and house human beings while providing additional materials for a variety of activities or uses.

Please visit Wikipedia for more on hemp usage.



8000 BC
Hemp cord was found in Taiwan pottery that was determined to be over 10,000 years old. This potentially makes it one of the oldest agricultural crops.

6000 BC
Hemp seeds and oils were a Chinese food source

4000 BC
Turkish and Chinese populations were noted to have begun using Hemp as textiles.

3000 – 800 BC
Medicinal use was noted in China, Athavaveda (Hindu Science of Charms) considered Hemp a sacred plant and it was used as medicine and as offerings to the goddess Chiva.

1500 BC
Fine cloth is formed, cultivation begins and Hemp is used as food source.

600 BC
Russia has hemp rope.

200 BC
Ropes of Hemp are found in Greece.

100 BC
Hemp is being used as paper in China

England now has Hemp Rope.

Vikings have rope and cloth of Hemp.

Ethiopian pipes found to have marijuana in them.

Marijuana medical effects are noted in France.

King Henry VIII issues fines to farmers for lack of industrial Hemp growth.

1600-1620 time frames
Colonists in USA begin growing hemp.

1600 – 1914
US usage of Marijuana and Hemp ranges from agriculture, medicinal, food, textiles until The Harrison Act
And in the time since then, Hemp and Marijuana became erradicated in slow, small steps to remove it from items and from agriculture. It is permissible to import as Hemp products, but not for much more.

2014 – begins the new US vision of Hemp, with the enactment of the Farm Bill 2014.
On February 7, 2014, President Obama signed the Farm Bill of 2013 into law. Section 7606 of the act, Legitimacy of Industrial Hemp Research, defines industrial hemp as distinct and authorizes institutions of higher education or State departments of agriculture, in states where hemp is legal to grow hemp for research or agricultural pilot programs.


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Green Cures & Botanical Distribution Inc.
12411 Slauson Ave Unit B
Whittier, CA 90606

Tel 562-907-3888

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