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Scientists brew cannabis using hacked beer yeast

NATURE By Elie Dolgin The feat, described on 27 February in Nature, turns a sugar in brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) called galactose into tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive compound in cannabis (Cannabis sativa). The altered yeast can also produce cannabidiol (CBD), another major cannabinoid that’s attracted attention lately for its …

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Hecho a Mano Pan de Cáñamo

By Jason Lavue Con esta receta, haremos un pan básico. Esto puede modificarse fácilmente para hacer muchas variaciones de pan de panecillos a pasteles. Primero, debemos hacer el agua de cáñamo para el pan. Agua de Cáñamo y pastel de semillas. 100 gramos de Corazón de la semillas 500 mill agua …

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The Enemy Within… CBD under attack

THE ENEMY WITHIN… CBD under attack By Steve Sarich Since the passage of the Farm Bill, at the end of December, I’ve been carefully tracking any new state legislation relating to either industrial hemp or hemp derived CBD. I’ll explain that in more detail shortly, but it was only this last …

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Why Hemp? Top 5 Reasons for Hemp!

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So, what are the top 5 reasons for hemp! People are always asking “what is hemp?” and “What hemp is good for?”.  These are very good questions!  Industrial hemp is not new to civilization on this earth. In fact, industrial hemp has been used for centuries for rope, paper, fabric, …

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The FDA …and Other Nefarious Characters

By Steve Sarich On December 21st, 2018, I posted a story I called “What did the FDA bring you for Christmas”. This story was meant as a ‘wake-up call’ to the hemp/CBD industry in America. The story was intended to let those of you in the industry know that the …

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Prefabricated Hemp Home

Since 1994 Albert Dun’s company, Dun Agro in Oude Pekela, a Village in the Netherlands, has been processing hemp straw by using the latest generation separation techniques for natural fibers, such as fiber hemp and flax. On November 30 and December 1, 2018 Dun Agro opened the doors of the …

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It’s Time To Take Off These Federal Chains

The people have spoken. The polls now show that 6 in 10 Americans believe we should legalize Cannabis for adult use. Even more are in support of doctors recommending hemp-based CBD medicines. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp after a long 81 years of being grouped with marijuana – federally chained behind …

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A Practitioner’s View of PTSD: Cannabis for Healing Spiritual Trauma

By Cristala Mussato-Allen L.M.T., the Cannabis Curandera Copyright Protected©2015-2019 Over the past thirty years, countless people have tried to understand the type of massage I practice. Many are acquainted with mainstream types of bodywork such as shiatsu, sports or Swedish techniques, but are mystified regarding massage to heal spiritual wounds. …

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In G.O.D. We Rust-The Beauty of UnIntelligent Design

From Cells to Societies: A Dynamic Fractal Dr. Robert Melamede, Ph.D. drbobmelamede@me.com Phoenix Tears Foundation, Denver CO, USA; CannaHealth Labs, Colorado Springs CO; Second Chance, Ecuador; CannaSapiens, Belgrade Serbia; Nostic Cannabis Cluster, Kingston Jamaica Abstract What if the standard random mutation-based view of the evolution of species and cancers is incomplete …

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Denver to Vacate Low-Level Marijuana Convictions That Occurred Before Legalization

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (D) is ordering a “citywide” effort to vacate and expunge low-level marijuana convictions from residents’ criminal records. “For too long, the lives of low-income residents and those living in our communities of color have been negatively affected by low-level marijuana convictions,” the Democrat said in a …

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Proposed hemp regulations continue the racist legacy of the US war on drugs

By Jenni Avins Until recently, hemp—the name for a cannabis plant bred to have little to no THC (tetrahydrocannabinol)—has been far less exciting in the popular imagination than its psychotropic sister, marijuana. But CBD (cannabidiol), the naturally occurring chemical compound found in both cannabis and hemp, has caught fire (so to …

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Hemp Art Studio Project

This project is developed on the North Pacific side of Costa Rica for a private client and began in 2015. The project consultant is Jason Lauve (Mr. Hemp) from Colorado, the Architecture firm is Studio Saxe out of San Jose and the hemp building expert is Steve Allin from Ireland. After catching …

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The Colorado Hemp Fix-it Initiative of 2020

Richard Rose Pioneer in the Hemp Food Industry for 24 Years. Consult the Consultant your Consultant consults. Colorado’s recent Amendment X was one of the oddest and most-divisive hemp laws in years. Pushed not by hemp farmers, or hemp breeders, or hemp processors, or hemp activists, it was instead pushed by Legislators in the Colorado statehouse …

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All Americans should be able to grow and benefit from hemp!

“One of many needed fixes to the Farm Bill” -Jason Lauve From FarmBillFix.com Senator McConnell’s Hemp Amendment proposed as part of the Senate Farm Bill is an important piece of legislation to support. But a recent change to the Hemp Amendment has created great concern in the US hemp industry: the change excludes Americans …

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Hemp Lost In Colorado

Voting Day, was a good day for many; yet a dismal failure for EVERYONE IN HEMP. The status of hemp was secure in the State of Colorado, even if it was not the best it could be, but it was a lot better than what is coming down the pipe …

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Destroy Colorado Hemp?

The problem with Amendment X is this: it is a solution in search of a problem and the fix is worse than the original problem. It is treasonable for state legislators to look to the feds to control state hemp. CO was the first 10th Amendment hemp state, starting planting …

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Hemp Plastic Hype!

By Hemp Cleans Biodegradable plastics are not what you think, here you will learn the science in layman’s terms and it is still complex. Let’s come back to the soil on Earth for this article. Food containers, bottles, chips and candy wrappers and other short use packaging are a major proportion …

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