The Life of Hemp
Legalized in over 30 industrialized nations, industrial hemp is perhaps the most mis-understood plant in America http://www.hemp.com/hemp-university/growing-hemp/countries-growing-hemp/ .
Hemp, being a cousin to the marijuana plant was banned in the US with the Marijuana Tax Reform Act of 1937 http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/reason-hemp-is-illegal.html.
Repealed for a brief period during World War II (see: Hemp for Victory http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jokV8xlJTNE) the plant, although it contains little, if any, of the psycho-active ingredient (THC) has fallen victim to its close resemblance to marijuana. Legal to import, we in the United States import nearly $500 million worth of hemp products each year.
Our country’s Founding Fathers would be mortified. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were all hemp farmers http://www.hemp-technologies.com/page33/page33.html. For a period of time, it was mandated that hemp be grown – one could even pay their taxes with hemp http://bkcreative.hubpages.com/hub/Hemp-Growing-Was-Once-Required-By-Law. From industrial hemp a rare but incredible compound can be extracted – known as CBD or cannabidiol. CBD is well adapted to our recently discovered endo-cannabinoid system to provide many people with health and wellness benefits.
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Hemp Support Needed
Our motto: Sustainability starts locally… and with you! Our company fully supports an increasingly sustainable, renewable local, de-centralized economy and feels that through the numerous applications of the industrial hemp plant we may achieve this goal of economic revitalization. Please support local hemp legislation and a return to America’s roots – industrial hemp farming practices. It’s good for the environment (sequesters carbon, provides nutrients back to our depleted soils) and good for the economy by creating farming and ancillary production jobs. Cannabidiol, or CBD is a constituent of the hemp plant that has shown significant health and wellness benefits – CBD promotes and supports the dietary and nutritional health of aging bodies (US Government patent # 6,630,507).
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Hemp Seed Oil in Cosmetics
In addition to its outstanding composition, hemp seed oil’s unique texture imparts excellent skin feel. It is non-greasy, has high fluidity and lubricity and is absorbed quickly and efficiently in the skin. In fact, hemp seed oil is considered the “driest” vegetable oil.
Hemp seed oil's unique texture and activity on the skin (including the scalp) targets it toward many beneficial uses in cosmetic products. It is recommended in skin care formulas (up to 10%) that protect or provide anti-aging benefits, as well as dry-, mature- and sensitive skin products. It can be used at 3% in hand, foot or body creams. It can be used at 10% levels in after-sun products as well as lipsticks, lip balms and nail treatments. Hemp seed oil can also be used (3%) in cosmetic powders, liquid makeup and glossy hair conditioners that strengthen or prevent splitting and thinning. It is recommended for use (up to 10% for atopic eczema, acne and psoriasis treatment) and may be used at full strength for aromatherapy purposes and in body and massage oils.
CBD or Cannabidiol is a natural constituent of the hemp plant that has shown significant health and wellness benefits – CBD promotes and supports the dietary and nutritional health of aging bodies (US Government patent # 6,630,507).
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