The History of Hemp

Industrial hemp is a low-impact crop that requires much less water than cotton, has the ability to grow in various types of conditions, and needs little to no herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers. But thanks to lobbying hemp got demonized, even the industrial hemp which has hardly any substances like THC that make you high.

So, here’s a short view into the History of Hemp

I’m definitely looking into hemp clothing. I hear they are also more durable aka you don’t have to throw them away after a few washes because they bent out of shape.

BUT what I did is, I joined a company that sells CBD oil and a CBD infused coffee and a few more products.

You can buy them here:

But if you are like me and want to cash in on the green rush, go here:

I figure it just makes sense because Hemp and Cannabis and CBD is now the talk of the moment. If you have not heard about it, surf my site. You’ll also find lots of information on Google.

So, I joined a 90 Day CBD Challenge. Not only because it’s free to join but I wanted to learn more about it. While everybody is free to take in one video per day, I don’t have that much patience – LOL – I wanted it all and after a couple of days I just wanted to be able to talk about this, wanted to tell people about CBD. So I upgraded.

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