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    As National Hemp History Week 2017 makes history, one political advocate who understands the importance of industrial hemp (and the difference between hemp and marijuana) makes some compelling points in a speech to the Senate in Washington this week. The Honorable Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon took the floor to defend and the benefits and ...
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    The seemingly magical effects Cannabis/Hemp has on the human body are overwhelming and documented. What the average person doesn’t know is that the human body has been set up all along to naturally accept its medicinal properties. Unfortunately, we as a society, have been lied to for the last 100 years about the significance of this ...
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    It’s not a joke. Also known as the Soybean Car, Henry Ford’s first Model-T was centered around agricultural bioproducts and industrial hemp technology. Contrary to some belief, it was not entirely made of hemp. However, Ford believed in it so much that on his large estate he grew over 12,000 acres of it.  He was often quoted ...
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    Not to be confused with Delta-9 psychoactive recreational marijuana, industrial hemp has virtually no THC chemicals at all. Hemp is rich in cannabinol (CBD), the medicinal component that offers infinite benefits that are nothing short of miraculous. With over 50,000 multiple uses and millenniums of cultivation, one can only deduce that this solitary plant has ...
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    Long before Cannabis  (including Hemp) was intentionally dumbed down to nicknames like pot, weed, dope, and marijuana (among other colorful monikers), it was actually quite accepted in the social and medical world as one of the most effective natural remedies for a long list of ailments. The question is how did Cannabis lose its foothold in ...
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    For thousands of years, most all ship sails (and ropes) were made entirely of hemp canvas. In fact, the word ‘canvas’ is derived from the 13th Century Anglo-French word canevaz/canvass. This is thought to have come from the Latin root ‘cannapaceous‘ translated as, “made of hemp.” An even older version of cannabis is found in Greek text ...
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    Hemps seeds have one of the highest sources of protein compared to other world grains. Due to its ability to grow quickly to harvest (100 days average), hemp can produce an abundant amount of grain seed enough to conquer starvation in many 3rd world countries. Hemp seeds offer 31.56g of protein per every 100g and ...
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    Commercial, or Industrial Hemp (NOT to be confused with recreational marijuana), has been one of the most useful crops ever to be cultivated by mankind. Its legacy reaches back over Its legacy reaches back over 10,000 years as recorded in agriculture history. Hemp was discovered and used for clothing, grain sacks, carry bags and cordage. ...
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    Cannabis and Industrial Hemp have had their share of negative press over the last 80 years. With no thanks to politicians, lobbyist, negative propaganda, religious stigma, and an ill-informed populous, ‘marihuana’ has suffered from some of the worst PR of any substance in history. More than alcohol and tobacco combined. Unfortunately, big pharma and ignorant ...