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Two Republican Candidates back Hemp Farming in Kentucky

There is ditch weed that still grows along the roads and crops of Kentucky’s fertile farmlands. It is a living memory to a time when America was in desperate need of it’s agricultural resources.  In 1943, after the trade routes from the Philippines had been compromised and our relationship with …

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Quinoa Hemp Veggie Burgers – Just in time for Spring!

Quinoa Hemp Veggie Burgers By: Chef Inga Voloshin The thing that’s always bugged me about veggie burgers is that a lot of them don’t really taste like burgers, they don’t have the meatiness of a real burger, and more often than not they leave you wanting more. That’s why I’ve …

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Hemp milk

Easy to make hemp milk Hemp Milk is easy to make and is very healthy.  It is a geat way to enjoy all the health benefits of hempseeds in a drink! I love hemp milk Ingredients 4 oz clean hemp seeds 1 oz almonds 1 – 2 figs to taste …

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420 is a good day to look at hemp seed oil

April 20th, also known the world over as 420, we decided it was time to take a look into hemp seed oil. Note that we have already taken a look at cannabis specifically and its interesting acne fighting benefits. Hemp seed oil is produced from the Cannabis sativa plant, but that’s pretty much where its relation to many stoners’ drug of choice ends.

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Canada: Hemp truck involved in rollover

An accident involving two trucks near Indian Head, Sask., was causing delays on the Trans-Canada Highway Tuesday afternoon. RCMP said a semi-trailer truck hauling hempseed collided with a half-ton truck, then flipped onto its side. Eastbound traffic was blocked, so RCMP rerouted vehicles onto a westbound lane of the highway. …

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Wear Your Hemp Proudly

Rob Jungmaven has a dream – “To get every man women and child in America to wear a Hemp t-shirt by 2020!” Not a bad dream if you ask me… I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Jungmaven the founder of Jungmavan and Manastash clothing line which …

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Hemp to Potentially Replace Reliance on Fossil Fuels

For most of human history, the hemp plant has been used as an integral crop of commerce and navigation. Cultures across the globe have utilized hemp as a source of food, rigging and building materials and paper pulp. It is, without a doubt, the most resilient and efficient plant the Earth has ever grown. But not until now has it become quite so necessary to realize the prohibition of hemp and cannabis must be suspended. The arguments against legalization do not stand trial when compared to the immense benefits.

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Colorado: Hemp-licious

The company's Hemp I Scream sandwiches quickly became a staple at Red Rocks Amphitheater events and subsequently the 1stBank Center concerts in Broomfield. The Hemp I Scream sandwiches and pints are retailed at Whole Foods and Vitamin Cottage stores and soon will be distributed to nine states.

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Hemp Hemp Hemp

We are always on the lookout for some good articles about our favorite fibrous plant, hemp… here’s a good one from 303 Magazine. This is a wonderful article that gives you some good over all information on the hemp plant.  It has a comedic flare to it that captures your attention. …

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Push to legalise budding hemp food industry

ABC News Australia – Food made from hemp could be sold at Australian supermarkets if a push to legalise the product is successful. Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for public comments on an application to legalise hemp seeds and oil for human consumption. FSANZ spokeswoman Lydia …

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Illinois Decides to Stay Ignorant – No Hemp For You!

Illinois rejected a House Bill 1383, sponsored by Rep. Ken Dunkin, D-Chicago, on Thursday that would have allowed its farmers to grow industrial hemp. According to Dunkin’s view, “This is part of the new green movement across the nation,” Dunkin said. “This will put Illinois ahead of most states.” As …

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