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Rainbow 
Hemp has been called a plant of "major economic importance," as it grows like a weed, yet can be used in the production of food, personal care products, textiles, paper, and even plastic and construction materials.1

Valued since ancient times as a fiber source for textiles, the hemp industry eventually made it to the US, where it flourished in the mid-1800s, through World War I and again briefly during World War II, when the war cut off supplies of fiber.2

In the US, the cultivation of hemp has been banned since the 1970s when the federal Controlled Substances Act took effect. The law doesn't distinguish between marijuana, the drug, and hemp, the plant, despite major scientific differences.

Ironically, the US is the world's largest consumer of hemp products, yet is the only industrialized country that also outlaws its production. As a result, all US hemp products - a more than $600-million market in the US - are imported.3 As noted in "Hemp: A New Crop with New Uses for North America:"4

https://www.sott.net/article/323129-Heal...ts-of-hemp

i use hemp seeds in shakes and top it on pizza and salads.
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Good to know.. Thanks Sr!
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(07-27-2016, 02:47 AM)SR-25 Wrote: Hemp has been called a plant of "major economic importance," as it grows like a weed, yet can be used in the production of food, personal care products, textiles, paper, and even plastic and construction materials.1

Valued since ancient times as a fiber source for textiles, the hemp industry eventually made it to the US, where it flourished in the mid-1800s, through World War I and again briefly during World War II, when the war cut off supplies of fiber.2

In the US, the cultivation of hemp has been banned since the 1970s when the federal Controlled Substances Act took effect. The law doesn't distinguish between marijuana, the drug, and hemp, the plant, despite major scientific differences.

Ironically, the US is the world's largest consumer of hemp products, yet is the only industrialized country that also outlaws its production. As a result, all US hemp products - a more than $600-million market in the US - are imported.3 As noted in "Hemp: A New Crop with New Uses for North America:"4

https://www.sott.net/article/323129-Heal...ts-of-hemp

i use hemp seeds in shakes and top it on pizza and salads.

Do you really use the seeds that way, or were you joking.........never even thought of that usage........
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I use hemp lotion Chuckle
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i do indeed use groundup hemp in shakes, soups etc. in conjunction with flaxseed and chia seeds.
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(07-27-2016, 09:50 PM)~mc~ Wrote: I use hemp lotion Chuckle

"It rubs the lotion on its skin, it does this whenever its told "

Chuckle
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(07-29-2016, 12:32 AM)Tiny.2 Wrote:
(07-27-2016, 09:50 PM)~mc~ Wrote: I use hemp lotion Chuckle

"It rubs the lotion on its skin, it does this whenever its told "

Chuckle

Sometimes Yeah3
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i have a resuable bag made out hemp, the wife wears a vest made from hemp and even a blanket too. visions of weed everywhere

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(08-01-2016, 01:07 PM)Forster Woods Wrote: [Image: giphy-41.gif]


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