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Australian Company Plans Construction of 3D-Printed Hemp Homes

By | June 25th, 2018|Australia, hemp, News|

Amid the flurry of headlines about cannabis legalization, new products, and innovations, the humble hemp plant doesn’t get much press. But this often unremarked sector of the legal cannabis industry is a major part of the “green revolution” going on around the world. Legal cannabis means many companies are turning with renewed interest to the [...]

France Opens First Coffee Shops Selling CBD Products

By | June 11th, 2018|Europe, France, hemp, News|

Among European Union nations, France has some of the toughest laws against cannabis. Yet the country of nearly 67 million people has one of the highest rates of cannabis consumption in Europe. Recognizing the demand, some French companies have figured out a way to satisfy customers’ desire for cannabis, in a way that doesn’t break [...]

San Francisco Brewery Ordered to Stop Production of CBD-Infused Beer

By | May 24th, 2018|alcohol, beer, California, hemp, News, San Francisco|

Authorities have ordered a San Francisco brewery to stop producing its line of beers infused with cannabidiol (CBD). Black Hammer Brewing, in the city’s SoMa district, began brewing CBD-infused beer last year. The brewer also includes terpenes commonly found in cannabis in its recipes to add the herb’s distinctive flavors. So far, Black Hammer has [...]

Hemp All Around Us

By | May 17th, 2018|Culture, hemp, March 2018 Issue|

This feature has been published in High Times magazine. Subscribe right here. Written by Frank Gregory Batteries With chronic complaints of iPhone lithium batteries dying way too quickly, it’s obvious that energy-storage technology needs to evolve—and cannabis may spur this along. Alternet reports that researchers are focusing on using cannabis products to produce more efficient supercapacitors. [...]

Arizona Governor Greenlights Industrial Hemp Farming Pilot Program

By | May 16th, 2018|Arizona, hemp, legislation, News|

Hemp, once grown around the world, has been persecuted for decades. But Arizona lawmakers are working to bring this versatile crop back. This week, the governor of the Grand Canyon state just re-legalized hemp farming. Here’s a closer look at the pilot program laying the seeds for economic growth. Hemp Has Been Illegal Since 1937 1937 [...]

15 Products That Can Be Made From Hemp

By | April 23rd, 2018|featured, hemp, Products|

Hemp may not get you high, but it can do pretty much anything else you can imagine. This low-THC variant of the cannabis plant has a dizzying array of uses, including everything from food to medicine to rope to bricks and more—somebody even made a sports car out of hemp. Here are 15 products that [...]

Mitch McConnell Has Officially Filed His Promised Hemp Farming Bill

By | April 12th, 2018|farming, hemp, Mitch McConnell, News, Politics|

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has officially filed his promised hemp farming bill on Thursday. This bill, if passed, would legalize the cultivation of hemp and remove the plant from the list of controlled substances banned under federal law. The move would make good on McConnell’s promise to farmers who view hemp as a potentially [...]

These 6 Industries Don’t Want Hemp Legalized

By | April 12th, 2018|Business, featured, hemp|

It’s been less than a decade since the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, and we’re still suffering from its restrictive decision. Obviously, the act directly affected those who enjoy the calming effects of the plant we all know and love, cannabis. But it similarly constrained the use of one mighty crop: hemp. Hemp can be [...]

Religious Group Gets License To Grow Hemp For Spiritual Use

By | April 6th, 2018|featured, hemp, Japan, News, religion, spirituality, World|

After a ruling from a Japanese local government, a religious group gets license to grow hemp for spiritual use. The Mie Prefectural Government granted the permit to grow hemp Thursday to an association of officials from Shinto shrines. Mie Prefecture is located in the Kansai region of Honshu, the largest and most populated island of Japan. The [...]

The Endocannabinoid System: What Nobody is Actively Discussing

By | March 8th, 2018|CBD, Endocannabinoid System, hemp, Sponsored|

Perhaps, nobody seems to care about the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) because it is a complex “microcosmic” community. A community that potentially encapsulates something much bigger than science can easily explain. Research has shown that the ECS metaphorically represents a microcosmic group of organisms. In fact, recent investigations have revealed that this microcosm behaves as a [...]