By Dr Charlie Ward | First published at 04:05 UTC on January 9th, 2021.
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The time for hemp is now, and while laws and regulations concerning the production, processing, and consumption of hemp and cannabis slowly move forward, people the world over are pushing the envelope in finding new ways to use hemp.
Read more & video: “Green Building Slam: The Highland Hemp House” (10:25) via — Waking Times
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(Activist Post) Because government is the antithesis to freedom, industrial hemp has been banned nationwide since 1937 ostensibly due to the plant’s similarities to marijuana. Many have speculated that this move was also due to the fact that cannabis is in direct competition with the pharmaceutical industry by providing far safer alternative treatments as well as directly competing with the petrochemical industry. However, all this changed in December 2018 after President Donald Trump signed the Agriculture Improvement act of 2018, legalizing industrial hemp on a national scale.
Despite this move, law enforcement across the country continues to go after entirely legal businesses for selling this THC-free version of the cannabis plant. However, they are quickly being exposed for the tyrants that they are. Even the mainstream media—who have long suppressed and ignored the benefits of the hemp plant—are now forced to cover its benefits. →
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For a long time, humans have been using whole-plant medicines and CBD oil has become a part of this tradition. CBD oil has grown in popularity in recent years due to its numerous healing properties.
However, if you are a beginner, then you may be wondering if CBD oil contains cannabis ingredients that can make you high. Well, hemp plant or marijuana contains hundreds of cannabinoid compounds, but the THC compounds are the ones that can get you high. →
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Read more via FDA amps up Big Pharma protection racket by attacking the CBD industry, claiming natural cannabinoids are “unapproved drugs” even though hemp existed for thousands of years before the FDA was even founded in 1906 — NaturalNews.com
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Dr. Allan Frankel, a board-certified internist at GreenBridge Medical in Santa Monica, California, has treated patients with medical cannabis for the past 13 years. The first time I interviewed him back in 2014, cannabis laws in the U.S. were quite different, so in this interview, he provides us with a much-needed update. Not only is recreational use of cannabis now legal in California and several other states, but hemp is also legal nationwide, thanks to a change in the farm bill passed at the end of 2018. As noted by Frankel: →
Read more via Cannabis in Modern Medicine — Waking Times
More architects and builders are turning to hemp as a sustainable material to use when building homes, and with 3D-printing technology, hemp is going to become even more of a realistic alternative to traditional materials, which are not environmentally friendly and in very short supply. →