Versatile Hemp Plant

This versatile plant has been used to produce about 50,000 items, from clothing to dietary supplements. The plant is highly balanced and has been cultivated for thousands of years. At present, cannabis is defined as a drug and is considered illegal under the Control Substances Act, despite the scientific fact that there is no part of the cannabis plant that could be used as a medicine.

Cannabis was one of the first crops of mankind. As a society, we were able to eliminate smog from current fuels, create a cleaner energy source that could replace nuclear energy, remove radioactive waste from the soil and eliminate smog from our skies in more industrialised areas. A cannabis plant could help eliminate non-biodegradable plastics and cars by reintroducing Henry Ford’s 100-year-old dream of building cannabis cars. They can be made from cannabis plastic, which can withstand 10 times the impact of steel without dents. It would weigh thousands of pounds less than steel and have better gas mileage. The car would be able to run on vegetable oil based on all natural cannabis fuels and would have a completely biodegradable body.

Nationwide cannabis production could eliminate deforestation by converting existing paper into hemp paper. Semiconductor paper can be recycled up to 8 times as our current pulp can only be recycled up to 3 times. We could grow from eating and feeding cannabis seeds to our animals and farm animals.

Research has shown that biomass from hemp can be converted into energy and replace our current fossil fuels. Only by cultivating 6% of US agricultural land could this be achieved. Biomass cannabis could feed an industry worth a trillion dollars a year. This would create more jobs, clean up our air and distribute wealth among our communities and away from centralised energy monopolies. Hemp biomass can be converted into petrol, methanol and methane at a fraction of the current cost of oil, coal or nuclear energy. When burned in a diesel engine, biodiesel replaces the smell of petroleum exhaust with a smell similar to that of French flavours. Bio-diesel is 11% oxygen by weight and contains no sulphur. So instead of producing sulphur-based smog and acid rain as byproducts, it produces 11% oxygen instead.

Hemp grown under agricultural and government regulations is called “Industrial Hemp” and contains no more than 0.03% THC, which is the maximum allowable content. Canada, China and England are examples of countries that have never banned, but have grown, produced and flourished responsibly from industrial cannabis.

Although industrial cannabis has about 50,000 uses, such as Duponts, Rockefellers, Hearsts, Mellons and their ingredients, it has created an industrial market and medical policy propaganda. All four of these very wealthy families worked together to help criminalise cannabis for their own personal and financial gain.

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