Month: November 2019

American Hemp Manufacturing PART IV: Environmental Impact

Unlike Tesla draining South American swamps for their natural resources, growing industrial hemp is actually good for the environment. How? The majority of our carbon footprint comes from the construction industry. In order to get a 1 ton (~2,204 lbs) of steel, we have to release about 1.46 tonnes of carbon dioxide (C02) into the …

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Hemp Manufacturing Companies Don’t Take Care of This Huge Consumer Health Issue It Could End the Entire Industry…

Hemp manufacturing companies that are scraping by with any spare hemp they can buy are still claiming their products are organic, all natural, and pesticide free. But how in the world could they possibly know if pesticides were used when their crops were grown on the other side of the planet? Wouldn’t it be great …

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American Hemp Manufacturing PART III: Hemp Throughout History

There are traces of both cannabis and hemp throughout history. From the sprawling estates of upper-class Romans to Scanadanavian Vikings conquering new worlds. Historians believe the first clothes people ever wore were made of hemp. 10,000-year-old pottery found in the meandering caves of Mesopotamia, better known today as the land covered by Iran and Iraq, …

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