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Top 10 Hemp Uses

  1. Hemp in Religion
  2. Hemp Agriculture
  3. Hemp Biomass
  4. Hemp Fabric
  5. Hemp Paper
  6. Hemp Plastics
  7. Hemp Food
  8. Hemp Biofuel
  9. Hemp Homes
  10. Hemp Medicine

ANYTHING made from hydrocarbon fossil fuels,
could be made from organic carbohydrates!

"Hemp is of first necessity to the wealth & protection of the country."
Thomas Jefferson

"Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?"
Henry Ford

"The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law. For nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase of crime in this country is closely connected with this [prohibition]."
Albert Einstein (My First Impression of the U.S.A., 1921)

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Industrial Benefits from Hemp Agriculture

Hemp Sprouts
  • Economics (End the Recession/Depression)
  • Farmers & Agriculture (USDA)
  • Creates Productive Jobs
  • Organic Foods (FDA & Food BIotech Monopolies)
  • Safer Drugs (FDA & Pharmaceuticals)
  • Reduces Crime & Hard Drug Overdoses
  • Cleaner Environment (REAL "Green" Movement)
  • Health Benefits (Disease, Famine, Poverty)
  • Advances Technology (Green Industrial Revolution)

Industrial hemp will provide solutions for many of the world's most critical issues. Industrial hemp will create jobs, nourish and clothe people, build houses and reduce our dependence on forest products and foreign oil wars.

Industrial Hemp Products
Modern Uses For Hemp
Modern Uses for the Cannabis Plant

25,000 Known Uses For Industrial Hemp

Almost any product that can be made from wood, cotton, or petroleum (including plastics) can be made from hemp. There are more than 25,000 known uses for hemp.

For thousands of years virtually all good paints and varnishes
were made with hemp seed oil and/or linseed oil.

Hemp stems are 80% hurds (pulp by-product after the hemp fiber is removed from the plant). Hemp hurds are 77% cellulose - a primary chemical feed stock (industrial raw material) used in the production of chemicals, plastics, and fibers. Depending on which U.S. agricultural report is correct, an acre of full grown hemp plants can sustainably provide from four to 50 or even 100 times the cellulose found in cornstalks, kenaf, or sugar cane (the planet's next highest annual cellulose plants).

One acre of hemp produces as much cellulose fiber pulp as 4.1 acres of trees, making hemp a perfect material to replace trees for pressed board, particle board, and concrete construction molds.

Heating and compressing plant fibers can create practical, inexpensive, fire-resistant construction materials with excellent thermal and sound-insulating qualities. These strong plant fiber construction materials could replace dry wall and wood paneling. William B. Conde of Conde's Redwood Lumber, Inc. near Eugene, Oregon, in conjunction with Washington State University (1991-1993), has demonstrated the superior strength, flexibility, and economy of hemp composite building materials compared to wood fiber, even as beams.

Isochanvre, a rediscovered French building material made from hemp hurds mixed with lime petrifies into a mineral state and lasts for many centuries. Archeologists have found a bridge in the south of France from the Merovingian period (500-751 A.D.), built with this process.

Hemp has been used throughout history for carpet backing. Hemp fiber has potential in the manufacture of strong, rot resistant carpeting - eliminating the poisonous fumes of burning synthetic materials in a house or commercial fire, along with allergic reactions associated with new synthetic carpeting. In 1941 Henry Ford built a plastic car made of fiber from hemp and wheat straw. Hemp plastic is biodegradable, synthetic plastic is not.

Plastic plumbing pipe (PVC pipes) can be manufactured using RENEWABLE hemp cellulose as the chemical feed stocks, replacing non-RENEWABLE coal or petroleum based chemical feed stocks.

By ReLegalizing, we will be ensuring a future for our children and grandchildren - so we don't write a history of fat lazy ignorant naive fools and uneducated suckers who are using up the last of our natural resources instead of using "GREEN" RENEWABLE RESOURCES.

"Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere."
~ President George Washington, 1794


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