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By Anonymous At some point in the middle of my 70-year-old mom’s bong rip, as the distinctive schalp schlap schlap sound echoed in the kitchen, it dawned on me that my family life had recently taken a strange turn. Through a haze of pungent smoke I saw not just the woman who raised me, but a late-life […]Read more.
BY MIRIAM COLEMAN “Young follows the information about cotton agriculture with a few tips on sustainable laundry habits, noting that most of a garment’s environmental impacts come from washing and drying. Among the rumpled-rocker-friendly tips, he suggests line-drying over machine drying, skipping the iron and washing less often. He also notes that hemp is an […]Read more.
REPORTER: HELEN KAPALOS | PRODUCER: ALEX HODGKINSON Cassie Batten and Rhett Wallace’s home was raided just weeks after revealing on Sunday Night they treated their severely epileptic son with cannabis oil. The Epping Sex Offences and Child Abuse Investigation team raided the family’s Mernda home and seized all of the three-year-old’s cannabis oil tincture, […]Read more.
Besides fruits and vegetables, it turns out cannabis can be added to your juicer as well. For those unfamiliar with the juicing phenomenon, the process of making cannabis juice is surprisingly simple. All you really need is a blender/juicer and some raw material. Full Article & Video: http://www.spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com/can-juicing-cannabis-chage-your-life-5-reasons-to-juice-cannabis/Read more.
As part of a week of action against Monsanto, musician HUMAN joins Occupy Maui in solidarity to sing their new anthem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4GaT-Otv9URead more.
By Mark Vanderhoff University of Kentucky researcher David Williams is studying which hemp varieties are best suited for growing in Kentucky. Mark Vanderhoff WLKY It took a legal fight just to get the seeds in the ground, but two months later, Kentucky’s first legal hemp crops in decades are flourishing. The hemp plants have grown from […]Read more.
by Steep Hill Media CBN is either non-psychoactive or very mildly psychoactive. It reduces intraocular pressure in the eye (similar to D9THC), so it can be used in the treatment of Glaucoma without the psychoactive effects of THC. CBN is synergistic with THC for treatment purposes. CBN also fights free radicals in the bloodstream, […]Read more.
By Ricardo Baca, The Cannabist Staff Bill O’Reilly (Dimitrios Kambouris, Getty Images file) On Bill O’Reilly’s personal website, visitors can buy tickets to see O’Reilly’s tour, take history quizzes, buy a copy of O’Reilly’s nonfiction work “Killing Jesus” or read articles that reflect the conservative views popularized on O’Reilly’s work on Fox News. Or visitors can […]Read more.
By: Matt Hickman A woman explores a hemp maze at Château de la Roche-Jagu in France. (Photo: Barbetorte/Wikimedia Commons) Once upon a time, hemp was one of America’s most vital cash crops, a hardy, low-maintenance and incredibly versatile plant, the fiber of which was used to produce everything from rope to paper. Heck, even George […]Read more.
Hemp Can Save the Planet
Hemp Can Save the World
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