Hemp Farming Act
Get out your rakes, shovels, potting soil and most importantly don’t forget about the seeds. This nation will soon return to the greatest and healthiest nation on Earth by going back to its roots. Every other nation on the planet looks up to us as the leaders on all forefronts from the Olympics to the greatest military presence on the face of the planet. Therefore, it is up to us to restart the balance on Earth. Hemp is a cash crop strictly from the Earth and possesses a vast amount of sustaining power.
At least 38 states considered legislation related to industrial hemp in 2018. These bills ranged from clarifying existing laws to establishing new licensing requirements and programs.
Hemp can be used for multiple reasons and just to name a few: concrete, clothes, medicinal, foods, hair and even gas. Just recently, the senate passed Industrial Hemp Farming Act with at least 40 states in compliance and agreement. According to the National Conference of State Legislators, they state,”State legislatures have taken action to promote industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity in recent years. A wide range of products, including fibers, textiles, paper, construction and insulation materials, cosmetic products, animal feed, food, and beverages all may use hemp. The plant is estimated to be used in more than 25,000 products spanning nine markets: agriculture, textiles, recycling, automotive, furniture, food/nutrition/beverages, paper, construction materials and personal care.”
This new paradigm shift is being felt on all fronts as the changing of the times continue to press on. As Hemp farming continues to grow so will the thought process of how we approach the future for our overall well being.
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