Once upon a time it was illegal for farmers to not grow hemp. Then came corporations that felt hemp threatened their profits. The oil industry, pharmaceutical companies, plastics manufacturers, the food industry, lumber companies, paper producers, fabric manufacturers – and many more – felt that hemp was unfair competition, as it was an easy-to-grow, all-in-one plant with many gifts for humanity. Hence, the demonization of hemp in the newspapers that were owned by fearful corporations.
But the public is finding the evidence is in – what serves corporations does not always swerve life or well-being. Therefore, it’s just about time we “Just say no” to naughty corporate corruption and reintroduce this life-saving plant back into our country – and the world.
The U.S. government holds the patent on cannabis as a cure for cancer. What’s with that?!?!? While our loved ones have died of cancer (and its modern medical treatments: chemo, radiation and surgery) and have left us in morbid debt to the medical industry, they could have avoided all that pain and sorrow if they had been allowed to ingest hemp oil instead?
These are the most newsworthy benefits of industrial hemp corporate media won’t teach you about.
Although the negative stigma associated with cannabis has lessened in recent years – especially since THC- and CBD-rich oils were found to be a powerful aid in fighting cancer – it still hasn’t garnered full support from the public.
This is unfortunate, as hemp is one of the most versatile (and longest cultivated) crops on the planet and can be used for a variety of practical and economical uses. According to some sources, the crop is humanity’s answer to creating a cleaner energy source that can replace nuclear power, removing radioactive water from the soil, and eliminating smog from skies in industrialized areas. In addition, nationwide hemp production (which creates more oxygen than standard crops) could eliminate deforestation by converting current paper to hemp paper, which can be recycled up to 8 times. Compare this to wood pulp, which is only recyclable up to 3 times. Finally, hemp seeds are incredibly nutritious and can even serve as a suitable feed for animals and livestock…
Read much more fascinating information at: 9 Uses For Hemp You Won’t Learn From Mainstream Media | Wake Up World