Global Hemp President Eric Pollitt’s lobbying for an industrial hemp research bill has finally paid off as the Illinois Senate passed HB 5085 on Monday, May 19th, with all voting in favor of the bill. Two prior Industrial Hemp bills, one in 1999 and another in 2000, passed the House and Senate, yet were vetoed by Governor Ryan, who stated a lack of private funding for research led to his veto of the second bill. Mr. Pollitt worked with State Representative David Leitch (R-Peoria, IL) to create the bill, and HB 5085 acts as a research bill, one that will allow the industry to move forward.
Sun exposure can make your skin dry and over time it can create wrinkles and rough patches. Your skin is thirsty after being outdoors and needs tender loving care when it’s sunburned. Apply a hydrating product such as Hempz After Sun Cooling Spray and Body Hydrator. It will quickly give your skin the hydration is needs and at the same time relieves any minor pain that can be caused by sunburn.
There has been many books written about hemp, and many would argue the whole modern renaissance began with Jack Herer’s Emperor Wears No Clothes. The highlights of Hemp Bound’s are that the author provides a newer, contemporary material and the on-the-scenes journalistic field work. Doug Fine writes from a first person perspective without being overindulgent. A few personal and small descriptive details scattered all through his narrative ensures that his spiel remains grounded. It’s an enjoyable read and I greedily want more.
In the wake of the passing of the 2014 US Farm Bill in January there has been, as predicted, a further green wave of pro hemp legislation passed and hemp research activity announced. While there is great activity, how this shapes out is anyone’s guess. Several states are positioned to conduct hemp research. To date, only Kentucky and Hawaii have announced specific research programs. While recognizing that there are valid obstacles, questions, and legal gray areas, much comes down to political courage, leadership and vision.
As industrial oil, hemp oil has a number of useful applications including that of a natural wood stain. At its most basic, unrefined hemp oil acts as a simple drying oil. It penetrates, hardens and preserves wood, and provides a long-lasting finish. And like any other stain, it can be used craftily to darken wood color, to accent the grain, to match different pieces of wood and to help accent details. One of the most important natural features of hemp oil as a wood stain is that it is low-to-no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
One of hemp’s most innovative and applicable uses today is in building materials sector. Hemp can be used for all sorts of building materials, replacing or supplementing traditional materials including wood and concrete. There are a wider range of products, but the most important categories are: Hempcrete, Insulation, and Particle Board.
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An innovative Czech study from the 1930’s used hemp seeds in a nutritional therapeutic trial to treat tuberculosis. Basically, in order to fight TB, foods had to be able to help the body’s organs and tissue rebuild. Hemp seed — a nutritionally significant source of edestin and arginine proteins, and today also known to be a powerful source of Essentially Fatty Acids — proved to be a low cost and very method of helping sick children get better.
Medical uses for hemp in China has a long, documented, cultural history, using all parts of the plant — the seed, leaves, “juice” (oil), roots and flowers — in both oral and topical applications. Interestingly and perhaps controversially to some, there does not seem to be a strong tradition of smoking the cannabis flowers… where some texts considered that part of the plant to be poisonous. For the record, the earliest known references of hemp leaf medicinal tea is from 2700 BC while the earliest textual medical reference to using hemp seeds is from the 14th CE.
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