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Farming Hemp Manually

Italian Hand Cutting 1918?

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Our two brands are Hempzels® and Natalie's Choice™ utilizing hemp seed, hemp flour or hemp oil into our specific recipes. Working with farmers and understanding the dynamic market as hemp becomes more acceptable for volume accounts we are open to private labeling - schedule an appointment to find out what you need.

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Italian Hemp Farming Postcards from the 1920's for download

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 In our ongoing effort to educate we will be offering historical images in a pdf format for download at the nominal fee to be determined.. Our first offering is the Italian Series of Hemp Farming from the 1920's a series of 10 from the prepartion, planting & harvesting. Sizes are xxxx -

 

 

Hemp Myths vs reality lets start

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Myth: United States law has always treated hemp and marijuana the same.

Reality: The history of federal drug laws clearly shows that at one time the U.S. government understood and accepted the distinction between hemp and marijuana.

Myth: Smoking industrial hemp gets a person high.

Reality: The THC levels in industrial hemp are so low that no one could get high from smoking it. Moreover, hemp contains a relatively high percentage of another cannabinoid, CBD, that actually blocks the marijuana high. Hemp, it turns out, is not only not marijuana; it could be called "antimarijuana."

Myth: Even though THC levels are low in hemp, the THC can be extracted and concentrated to produce a powerful drug.

Reality: Extracting THC from industrial hemp and further refining it to eliminate the preponderance of CBD would require such an expensive, hazardous, and time-consuming process that it is extremely unlikely anyone would ever attempt it, rather than simply obtaining high-THC marijuana instead.

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