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Hemp Dictionary

  1. Cannabis Science
  2. Definitions
    1. Cannabis
    2. Hemp
    3. Indian Hemp
    4. Hemp Botany
    5. Weed
    6. Petrochemicals
  3. Propaganda
  4. 3 Cannabis Species
    1. Cannabis Sativa
    2. Cannabis Indica
    3. Cannabis Ruderalis
  5. Radio Show
  6. Different Breeds
  7. Techinical Drawings
  8. Fossil Fuels

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

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

"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 (1921)

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Definitions of Cannabis Sativa, Hemp & Marijuana

Cannabis Leaf
Cannabis Sativa
is the genus and species, which is the "scientific" (Latin) name for the hemp plant variety. There are many breeds of Cannabis Sativa, like dog breeds.

"Hemp" refers to the industrial use of the stalk and seed; Indian Hemp is preferred for industrial use - but has almost no THC so you cannot get high from smoking hemp.

Hemp crops are harvested in 3 months (90 days) after reaching a height of 10'-15' feet (2-3 meters high). Hemp grows well in Kentucky, Wisconsin, and anywhere corn grows well. MALE and FEMALE plants are rare in the plant kingdom; most plants are unisexual.

Weed |wēd| noun
a wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants.
• any wild plant growing in salt or fresh water.
• informal marijuana.
• ( the weed) informal tobacco.
verb [trans.] remove unwanted plants from (an area of ground or the plants cultivated in it).
• (weed something out) remove something, esp. inferior or unwanted items or members from a group or collection.
ORIGIN Old English wēod (noun), wēodian (verb); related to Dutch wieden (verb).

Petrochemical |ˌpetrōˈkemikəl| adjective
relating to or denoting substances obtained by the refining and processing of petroleum [OIL] or natural gas
• of or relating to petrochemistry.
noun (usu. petrochemicals) a chemical obtained from petroleum [OIL] and natural gas.


"Marijuana" Propaganda (Español)

Mexican Brickweed
The mainstream media hoodwinked the public into opposing hemp (which was commonly known to be in medicines and used to make the most durable clothing). People never would've believed that their clothes and medicines they had most likely used during childbirth were as dangerous as they needed us to believe to support their hemp prohibition. So they called it by another name, a term that was previously unheard of in America, a "foreign" word...

People in Mexico were getting ALGODON inside their homes for a long time, lots of them even got ALGODON on their bodies ---- and ALGODON has already spread across the world from Mexico to India! Mexican immigrants are spreading it into the American culture.

But you see "ALGODON" is just the Spanish (Español) word for "cotton" ~ just like how "Marijuana" is actually SPANISH translation for cannibis. Foreign words can sound very dangerous depending on the context of their use. Penn and Teller tricked a bunch of people into signing a petition to ban water (H2O) by calling it "Hydrogen-Dioxide" in order to illustrate how propaganda works. People ignorantly, and naively associated hemp with illegal immigration problems.


3 Different Types of Cannabis Species

Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Ruderalis
Cannabis Sativa is an annual plant in the Cannabaceae family. Humans have cultivated this herb throughout recorded history as a source of industrial fiber, seed oil, and food. Humans have long used the plant as a drug, as medicine, and as a spiritual tool. Each part of the plant is harvested differently, depending on the purpose of its use. These are primarily used for long fiber production.

Cannabis Indica (sometimes classified Cannabis sativa spp. indica) is an annual plant in the Cannabaceae family. A putative species of the genus Cannabis, it is typically distinguished from Cannabis sativa. Schultes described Cannabis indica as relatively short, conical, and densely branched, whereas Cannabis sativa was described as tall and laxly branched. Used to induce sleep.

Anderson described indica plants as having short, broad leaflets whereas those of the sativa species were characterized as relatively long and narrow. Cannabis indica plants conforming to Schultes's and Anderson's descriptions may have originated from the Hindu Kush mountain range. Due to the often harsh and variable (extremely cold winters, and warm summers) climate of those parts, Cannabis indica is well-suited for cultivation in temperate climates.

Cannabis Ruderalis is a putative species of Cannabis originating in central Asia. It flowers earlier than Cannabis indica or Cannabis sativa, does not grow as tall, and can withstand much harsher climates than either of them. Cannabis ruderalis is purported to go into budding based strictly on age and not on changes in length of daylight. This kind of flowering is also known as auto-flowering. These are primarily used for food production from hemp seeds and hemp seed oil.


OTG Radio Show About Industrial Hemp

Industrial Hemp #1 - #4
Religion, Soil, Biomass


Hemp Products #5 - #7
Fabric, Paper, Plastic, Food


Hemp Chemicals #8
BioFuel: Gasoline & Soaps


Hemp Homes #9 & #10
Organic Shelter & Medicinal



Different Breeds of Hemp Plants

Hemp Seed Varieties Cannabis Resin Glands
Chinese Cannabis French Cannabis
Dutch Coffehouse Medicinal Herbs Down Under Thunder
Early Chill
Lamb's Bread
African Afghani Hybrid Durban Poison
Finger Hash Ferrari Hashish


Techinical Drawings of Hemp Plants

Cannabis Sativa Technical Drawing
Hemp and Flax Print 1877 Plants Used in Clothing and Cordage
Hemp - Female and Male Plants 1902 Fiber Plants
1912 Plants of Great Commercial Value Cannabis Plant
Chanvre Male Diagram of Hemp Parts
Marijuana Cannabis Sativa Hemind
Hemp Technical Drawing Female and Male Marijuana Plant Flowers


Oil is NOT a "Fossil Fuel"!

Fossils have NEVER been found at depths where they drill for oil. Hydrocarbons are MISSING OXYGEN = NOT-ORGANIC! Regardless of what OIL men advertise in wikipedia: OIL is NOT an "organic compound"!



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