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HEMP FACTS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW
George Washington was a hemp farmer. Hemp has been around for thousands of years, from ancient Egypt. to the birth of the U.S.A., to the present day, it's been used for many purpose.
The U.S. constitution, Bill of Rights and many laws were written on hemp paper. The first pair of 501 jeans and the first U.S. flag were made from hemp. During World War 2 the U.S. government encouraged farmers to grow hemp because the navy needed rope.
Every farmer in America had to sign a document stating that they had watched the government produded film called (Hemp for Victory). Hemp is considered by many to be the worlds most versatile and valuable resource. It provides the raw material for more products (over 50,000) than any other plant. From the "hurd", which is 77% cellulose, comes such products tree-free, acid-free paper, non-toxic paints and sealants, industrial fafrication materials, construction materials, biodegradable plastics, and much, much more. Hemp is also one of the best sources of plant pulp for biomass fuel to make natual gas, charcoal, methanol, gasoline, or even to produce electricity. The hemp seed is used to produce nutritional oils, lubricants and fuels. Hemp is also an excellent source of protein. Hemp is the only plant that grows up to 20 feet throughout the U.S. These facts are substantial and make the argument for legalization of the henp industry in the U.S. a critical one.
ALL ABOUT HEMPIn some areas of North America during colonial time Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Chesapeake, for instance, hemp production was so important that citizens were required by Law to grow the plant. Paper is another wonder of hemp. It contains no dioxin or other toxic residues. A single acre of hemp can produce the same amount of paper as four acres of trees. In warm climates, hemp can be harvested two even three times a year. Hemp for Victory, was a slogan for encouraging the growth of hemp.In 1943, over 100,000 acres of hemp were being grown in the U.S. Plant-based Plastics such as hemp and corn can be completely biodegradable. Hemp fabrics help keep the wearer cooler in the summer and warmer in trhe winter than do cottons or synthetics.