Toledo Hemp Center LLC supplies consumers with access to high-quality hemp products, hemp-related products, and novelties. Serving our customers and clientele superior service in a comfortable and relaxed retail environment.
Toledo Hemp Center founder Kevin Spitler was inspired to create Toledo Hemp Center by his mother’s fight, and eventual death, from Pancreatic Cancer. Mr. Spitler assisted in his mother’s fight by providing various beneficial cannabis products socially known to help many different ailments. After her passing in 2013, he realized how much he had helped her. With that in mind, Kevin felt obligated to help other moms and dads, brothers and sisters with the very same knowledge he used to improve his own mother’s quality of living, during her terminal fight. During the years in operation, Toledo Hemp Center has achieved much not only with its community involvement but with its ever expansion of its operations to better services its customers. In 2016 Mr. Spitler’s daughter Payton DeMoe joined the journey. Payton now is a full-time manager and now runs full operations of the Toledo location.
With Industrial hemp having profound anti-inflammatory benefits as well as at the same time nearly a third of Americans experience chronic pain at some point in their lives Toledo Hemp Center plans to utilize the benefits of industrial hemp to bring relief to millions through in community-based research of natural benefits while at the same time providing a stream of beneficial hemp products in a comfortable one-on-one setting.
In a grab for the seemingly ever-elusive relief of many types of body aches and pains, society has embraced the intake of many types of pharmaceutical pills. We all can agree that many of these pills become addictive with prolonged use. In the 2012 World Drug Report the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration notes that it is estimated that between 26.4 million and 36 million people abuse opioids worldwide, with an estimated 2.1 million people in the United States suffering from substance use disorders related to prescription opioid pain relievers in 2012 and an estimated 467,000 addicted to heroin.
These very same addictions are directly linked to fuel the current heroin epidemic plaguing society. With many addicts resorting to the sharing of needles other issues are destined to arise, for example, Southeast Indiana reported in April of 2015 that their evolving heroin epidemic has led to an HIV outbreak.
Toledo Hemp Center will supply consumers with access to high-quality hemp products as well as hemp-related products and novelties. With hemp showing positive benefits in helping to reduce inflammation in the body these products will help to lower society’s need for many types of pills ultimately beginning to reduce the heroin epidemic, from the beginning.
According to the American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA) approximately 50 million Americans live with chronic pain. Lower back problems, arthritis, cancer, RSDS, repetitive stress injuries, shingles, headaches, and fibromyalgia are the most common sources of chronic pain. Others include diabetic neuropathy, phantom limb sensation, and other neurological conditions.
Toledo Hemp Center Core Values:
- Focus on the distribution of premium quality merchandise
- Customer service is Job #1
- Impeccable sales support for our family of Hempertunists
- Integrity of character
- Wholesome natural goodness
- The simplicity of design and function
- Honest informative dissemination
From Seed to Need
-Kevin Spitler, Toledo Hemp Center President & CEO