Key benefits of hemp cultivation
Fast Growth, High Yields
No agrochemicals required
Strong weed suppression
Absorbs Carbon from atmosphere
Great Soil improver
Robust adaptable plant
“9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out” Official Trailer
9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out: The powerful new documentary film by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Watch the four-minute trailer now. Then share it with all your friends via Facebook, email, anyway you can.
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Industrial Hemp –
- Is mankind’s oldest cultivated fibre crop with a history extending over 12,000 years and produces the strongest natural fibre known.
Until 1870 industrial hemp was the worlds most cultivated non-food crop and its fibre was the most-traded commodity.
Was used to produce the Original Levi Jeans; majority of books, including bibles, were printed on Hemp paper until the 20th century. Banknotes are still printed on Hemp paper as it can produce the strongest paper available. It is possible to make paper without chlorine bleaching so dioxins are not produced. (Here’s some great news:https://www.naturallyadvanced.com/s/In-The-News.asp)
Is the world’s primary biomass producer, yielding 15 tonnes of dried stem per hectare, per season and can be recycled more times than wood pulp. It can produce two to four times as much fibre per hectare as woodchipping.
200,000 hectares could replace Australia’s woodchip exports industry – which has been subsidized by taxpayers to the rate of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Seed is one of Nature’s unique super foods, packed with nutrition including the essential fatty acid omega 3 and easily digested protein balanced with high levels of essential vitamins and minerals. (Here’s a major North American producer: https://www.manitobaharvest.com/)
Seed Oil is the only edible seed oil to contain over 80% polyunsaturated Essential Fatty Acid and boasts not only the optimum ratio of Omega 3 and Omega 6, but also Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and Stearidonic Acid (SDA). The human body uses fatty acids from food for building tissues and for specialised functions such as the production of prostaglandins, localised tissue hormones. One major group of fatty acids is called essential fatty acids, which are polyunsaturated, and include two major groups, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. They are called “essential” because the body cannot make them and thus, must obtain them from food sources.
“Hempcrete”, building material is resistant to rot and pesky animals likes rodents and insects, fireproof, waterproof, weather resistant and self-insulating. Cited as being half as light, seven times stronger and three times more pliable this superiority in strength and flexibility makes “hempcrete” an ideal building material in earthquake prone zones.
(Here are some great pictures – Google Image Search.)
1. A Web for Words, Tom Collins New Scientist Nov 1988.
2. Dutch Hemp Research Project – Wageningen University Holland.
3. Federaćion Nationalè de Producteurs Chanvre – 1984.
4. Extract from French Legal Statute.
5. Hemp Hurds as Paper-Making Material 1916. US Dept of Agriculture Bulletin No 404.
6. Hemp, A Report by US Agronomist Lester Dewey, 1913.
7. Revolutionizing an Industry – how modern machinery is minimising hand labour in hemp production. Scientific America, 1921.
8. New Billion dollar Crop Popular Mechanics 1938.