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Recipe: Hemp Seed, Tomato, and Cucumber soup

Cucumber, Tomato and Hemp Seed Soup

Looking for an simple and healthy lunch snack that you can make quickly and has some awesome hemp seed nutrition?  Look no further, this hemp seed, tomato, cucumber soup is not only tasty, it is healthy and can be made in under 15 minutes.  I have had it both cold …

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Recipe: Garlic Hemp Seed Oil Bruschetta

Yummy Hemp Seed Oil Brushetta

Everyone knows that hemp seed oil is very healthy. Now lets take that healthy hemp seed oil and put it to good use in a Garlic Hemp Seed Oil Bruschetta recipe that will make your mouth water. Serving Size: 4 Ingredients: 1/4 cup Organic Hemp Seed Oil 1-2 Organic tomatoes …

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Oregon: Hemp in Oregon waiting on the rules

Oregon: Industrial hemp fields just waiting on the rules

Noelle Crombie – Oregon Department of Agriculture officials said Thursday the state will not have rules in place for a spring planting of an industrial hemp crop. Jim Cramer, the agency’s director of market access and certification, said the recent passage of the federal Farm Bill, which included an industrial …

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Nebraska: Bill to Allow Growing Industrial Hemp

Wild Nebraska industrial hemp - Photo byDiana Sunshine Wulf

Thirteen years ago, industrial hemp‘s resemblance to marijuana sank legislation to legalize growing of hemp in Nebraska. On Tuesday, a bill to allow production and marketing of industrial hemp sailed through first-round debate in the Nebraska Legislature. Legislative Bill 1001, introduced by State Sen. Norm Wallman of Cortland, advanced on …

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Legal Hemp Begins In Colorado

Hemp fiber can be made into a number of products. But growing it is illegal under federal law.

KRISTEN WYATT, AP – Hemp registration opened for farmers Saturday in Colorado, the first state to start regulating industrial hemp since the federal government allowed limited hemp regulation. A handful of Colorado farmers grew industrial hemp last year without interference from law enforcement or state agriculture officials. But the opening …

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