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U.S.: Hemp, Inc. Educates On Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana

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By Steve Elliott
Hemp News

Hemp, Inc., which works in the industrial hemp industry as a publicly traded company, is engaged in an effort to educate consumers, shareholders and others on the difference between industrial hemp and marijuana.

"It is important to note that Industrial Hemp products are completely legal for consumers to purchase in the United States," the company stated in a Tuesday press release. "Marijuana, while medically legal in many states and recreationally legal in Colorado and Washington, is deemed illegal on the Federal level, and thus the reason Hemp, Inc., focuses on our various Industrial Hemp products and not marijuana."

Hemp products such as hemp milk, hemp cereal, and hemp oil and purchased by American consumers every day, and, obviously, are legal.

Hemp, Inc., focuses strictly on industrial hemp products, since it is allowed to market in all 50 states and worldwide without any ambivalence between state and federal laws, "giving us a distinct advantage from the limited medical marijuana markets," the press release states. "By getting a foothold ion, what many see as the next American Industrial Revolution, the Industrial Hemp Industry, Hemp, Inc., (the only publicly traded company of its kind in the sector) will continue to be the avant-garde of every category of industrial hemp products."

Petition President Obama: Let American Farmers Grow Hemp

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Our farmers need this valuable crop to be returned as an option for commercial agriculture

By D. Paul Stanford, Hemp News Director

Hemp is the ultimate cash crop, producing more fiber, food and oil than any other plant on the planet. According to the Notre Dame University publication, The Midlands Naturalist, from a 1975 article called, "Feral Hemp in Southern Illinois," about the wild hemp fields that annual efforts from law enforcement eradication teams cannot wipe out, an acre of hemp produces:

1. 8,000 pounds of hemp seed per acre.

* When cold-pressed, the 8,000 pounds of hemp seed yield over 300 gallons of hemp seed oil and a byproduct of
* 6,000 pounds of high protein hemp flour.

These seed oils are both a food and a biodiesel fuel. Currently, the most productive seed oil crops are soybeans, sunflower seeds and rape seed or canola. Each of these three seed oil crops produce between 100 to 120 gallons of oil per acre. Hemp seed produces three times more oil per acre than the next most productive seed oil crops, or over 300 gallons per acre, with a byproduct of 3 tons of food per acre. Hemp seed oil is also far more nutritious and beneficial for our health than any other seed oil crop.

In addition to the food and oil produced, there are several other byproducts and benefits to the cultivation of hemp.

2. Six to ten tons per acre of hemp bast fiber. Bast fiber makes canvas, rope, lace, linen, and ultra-thin specialty papers like cigarette and bible papers.

Tommy Chong Says He's Cancer-Free, Thanks To Marijuana

There is a truth that must be heard!By Steve Elliott
Hemp News

Stoner icon Tommy Chong announced this week that he is cancer free, having beaten prostate cancer with a treatment regimen including cannabis oil.

"I'm cancer free," Chong wrote in a blog post. "That's right, I kicked cancer's ass!"

Chong, half of the comedy duo Cheech & Chong, was diagnosed with prostate cancer last June, reports John R. Kennedy at Global News. He told CNN he believes he got it while serving time in a California prison in 2003-2004 for selling glass bongs over the Internet.

"I immediately looked an alternatives," the Canadian-born Chong wrote.

After his nephew in Vancouver, a medical student, suggested meeting with a doctor in Victoria, Chong followed his advice. "That doctor changed my diet and put me on supplements, and within a year I brought my PSA [prostate-specific antigen] numbers down drastically and eliminated the cancer threat," Chong wrote. "I also treated the condition with hemp oil (hash oil)."

"The magic plant does cure cancer with the right diet and supplements," Chong said. "I feel the best I've felt in years."

(Photo: Tommy Chong via Facebook)

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