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Hemp Plastic-hemp plastic goes mainstream

Hemp PlasticsHemp is a non-drug variety of cannabis that is grown legally around the world. Although China has been the largest hemp producer over the years, other countries such as Australia and Canada are catching up. Plastic is broadly defined as “a substance that can be molded or shaped”. In general, ‘plastic’ refers to petro-chemical

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How to Build a Hemp House

HHow to build a Hemp House A review of the ebook – How to Build a House Using Hemp. My laundry list of stuff I need to do this weekend.Pick up dry cleaning.Get milk and eggs.Build a house. Yeah that’s right it can be done, you could be building the house of your dreams with

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Hemp – Alot of Nutrition in a Tiny Seed

Hemp: The Natural Cure by Jessica Napoli There have been various reported uses for the hemp plant throughout history. From Fabric and rope to concrete and modern day injection-molded plastics humans have utilized the entire plant for our needs, but one of the most over looked comes from its seed. The Seed, or “Nut” has

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1940 CBD Patent: Expired

1940 CBD Patent: Expired Cannabinoid pharmacology: the first 66 yearsLink Abstract Research into the pharmacology of individual cannabinoids that began in the 1940s, several decades after the presence of a cannabinoid was first detected in cannabis, is concisely reviewed. Also described is how this pharmacological research led to the discovery of cannabinoid CB1 and CB2 receptors and

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What Is Hemp Good For?

A controversial crop that’s been alternately demonized and defended for at least 80 years, hemp has run the proverbial gauntlet in the US due to political factions, special interests, and downright suspicion. Nevertheless, every bit of this ancient plant is useful and valuable, and not just for rope, but for textiles, auto parts, cosmetics, dynamite,

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Hemp – What is the Future of Industrial Hemp

Industrial hemp is one of the longest and strongest natural fibers in the plant kingdom. It is also one of the most versatile plants, with approximately 25,000 uses, ranging from paper to textiles to cosmetics, and is a good rotation crop that can be grown with a minimum of pesticides. Once deemed an indispensable commodity

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