Matt Agorist – Because marijuana smells like hemp, the state is still very addicted to eradicating the plant and people who dare grow it.
John Vibes – Hemp plants produce a large amount of pollen, which means that the crop could be a great benefit to bee populations as the industry continues to grow.
Matt Agorist – These cops became the laughing stock of the internet after they bragged about seizing 106 pounds of entirely LEGAL hemp.
Dr. Mercola – Hemp was criminalized in the U.S. for decades, but the 2018 Farm Bill made industrial hemp legal to be cultivated, sold and transferred across state lines.
Mandy Froelich – The hemp plant is incredibly versatile with over 1,000 different uses.
John Vibes – More architects and builders are turning to hemp as a sustainable material to use when building homes, and with 3D-printing technology.
Mandy Froelich – New research suggests hemp batteries are even more powerful than lithium and graphene.
John Vibes – The industry is starting to look at alternatives for a variety of different environmental and economic reasons.
Matt Agorist – A new study from Colorado State University has a solution to declining bee populations.
Mayukh Saha – The hemp future of hemp is finally coming into being!
Matt Agorist – The paradigm is shifting.
In 1941 Henry Ford Invented a Cellulose-Plastic Prototype Car Fueled By Hemp and Vegetable Seed Oils
Ian Crossland – The car was never mass produced because of pressure from the oil industry.
Vic Bishop – The bees absolutely love hemp plants.
Dr. Mercola – Everything you need to know about your endocannabinoid system.
Kelly Parish – What you’re about to read is a personal account of my experience of taking CBD oil for 30 days.
Amanda Froehlich – Hemp is the future of energy and construction.
Phillip Smith – This is monumentally good news for the U.S. and for the world.
Phillip Schneider – We need natural materials to replace plastics.
Vic Bishop – Ruderalis is a true weed, growing in abundance in the wild.
Sean J. Casey – Our society took a major turn for the worse with the prohibition of marijuana at the behest of the energy industry.