As life-long athletes — runners, triathletes, skiers, bikers and college volleyball players— we’ve developed our share of aches and pains over the years. The best relief we’ve found was from full spectrum hemp extract applied directly. We couldn’t find a product line that had a high-quality extract in the right concentration or blended with the purest organic ingredients — we were looking for something we’d feel comfortable sharing with our own families and friends. And from that, Hatshe came to be.
OUR name (pronounced hat – SHē ) was initially inspired by the Egyptian Pharaoh Hatshepsut. Many accounts list her as the first “great” woman on record. We like a strong woman. She was known for her many building projects and her vision for the future. We both come from the world of design and construction -we’ve built things, too- and feel this has given us an incomparable attention to detail. Aside from that, as female entrepreneurs, we are building something every day too – something we can be proud to share with you. We all wear many hats as wives, moms, sisters, employees and employers which, not coincidentally, lives in the name, too.
We watched over the years as the aches and pains seemed to heal slower and be more frequent. We were constantly sharing various topical remedies, physical therapists, exercises and stretches to keep us active and healthy. We discovered Hemp extract, felt the instant impact, and wanted to create and share our own high-quality hemp extract product line.
We also know that we are only as good as our teammates – whether it be in the sand, on the trail, or at work. We push each other to make sure what goes out the door is of the highest quality and the best possible product.
We are committed to being more than just another company. We partner with local non-profits to constantly evaluate our manufacturing waste stream, our packaging, shipping and ingredient sources. We are always looking for ways to have a positive impact in our community whether it be by sustainable initiatives or including partners with barriers to employment in our production processes. Reach out to us if you have an idea or would like to partner. We’d love to hear from you. Like Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”