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Interview with American Hemp Inc.

Xavier Alexandre Veille and his brother Patrique Matthieu Veille from American Hemp Inc. join Josh Davis at Hemp.com for an interesting interview. The Veille brothers will change the way you look at hemp! Podcast coming soon!

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Russia to Possibly Legalize Hemp!

Yes, you read that correctly. Russia, our former cold-war nemesis appears to have an open mind when it comes to Hemp. It seems that they are considering the legalization of Hemp on a national scale. Why? According to Russia’s Federal Drug Control Service ” a revival of hemp’s industrial usage …

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Designer Profile: Thitiporn Chanawangsa and her Eco-Designs

The beauty of this whole thing is that people from all over the world are utilizing hemp and other renewable materials to create products and art that resemble old world flavor in a new world environment. Read on to learn about Thitiporn’s designs. She also decided to grow her own …

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Hemp: Republicans to the Rescue!

Happy Hemp History Week! Hemp should be an all-American success story. The enormous value of hemp is that it can do just about everything… except get you high. But it is the identical twin of marijuana, and for that reason alone it’s illegal to grow hemp in this country. Sound …

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Hemp.Com Wants Your Suggestions!!!

In an effort to meet the demands of our visitors (you guys and gals) we’d like to pose a simple question: What can hemp.com offer you that it is not already? We already update you what is going on in the world of hemp. Now we are in the process …

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Michigan Legalizing Hemp Piece by Piece

Our Friend from Michigan, Everett Swift, has done it again…. He is helping Michigan slowly but surely become the next state to legalize Industrial hemp by passing resolutions  it county by county. We salute you Everett!! Read the Press Release Below Montmorency commissioners pass MIHEMP resolution of support May 26, …

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Hemp Plastic Growing The Future

Could you imagine a world without plastic? I can’t. From our water bottles to step ladders to our precious toys we had as kids, Plastic is everywhere and it’s not going anywhere anytime fast. But what if all the Petrochemical Miracles could be made using our green friend Mr. Hemp …

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Walmart making sustainable energy tools available to the masses

International low cost behemoth Walmart has been trying to save money on energy costs across their empire for years.  Using solar, wind and natural lighting elements in their stores they have been able to take a bite out of what is an unfathomable energy cost to the company. Now they are …

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Breaking News: Hemp Resolution Passes in Michigan!

Below is the press release from Everett Swift detailing the resolution that would seek to lessen the barriers to growing hemp in the State of Michigan. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Swift on my podcast which will be released in the coming month. As …

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Supporting Hemp Through Art

I can’t say that I have ever seen a more beautiful poster incorporating all the uses of hemp with the visual beauty of the planet. A Portland Oregon artist known as Wonder Knack has created 3 amazing posters and has asked everyone to pass along the word and the pictures. …

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Canada vs. US – Canada wins by TKO

How is it that Canada, our closest industrialized neighbor, has no problem growing hemp while we Americans are forbidden to plant one seed in the ground? In a recent article for the Salem-News Diane Walsh sheds some interesting light on our Hemp growing neighbor sand why we are still slaves …

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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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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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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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Australia Contemplates Nutritious Hemp

Our friends down under are contemplating the use of hemp seed as a food staple. Currently, it is illegal to consume hemp in Australia and New Zealand…although it is legal to grow hemp for fiber. Go figure.  Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is currently conducting a study to see if …

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Pepsi introduces all-plant plastic bottle, no hemp in it yet

As with all new technologies, it takes a few opinion-leaders embracing the new idea to pull the rest of us on-board.  And few companies have the huge consumer “gravitational pull” of Coke and Pepsi in their ongoing fight for carbonated sugar-water supremacy. So it was with great surprise this week …

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A house fit for a… Prince

Prince Charles has unveiled his vision of housing in the future: Sustainable, eco-friendly living with hemp-insulated materials at the  Ideal Home Show in London. Chief Executive Hank Dittmar of the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment says: ‘It’s an extremely well insulated home, made form natural healthy materials and it’s …

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New attitudes to Hemp enable an agricultural comeback

Paul Benhaim–  With an ever-changing need worldwide for different products over the centuries, agriculture moves on with demand. Reduced demand for some crops, and other circumstances led to agriculture reducing production; one such victim of reduced demand was the Hemp plant, where governmental policy affected the market. This easy to …

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