China started up with hemp about 6000 years ago, and by 1200 B.C. the sturdy and multi-functional plant had made it to Europe. Ancient Egypt must have had some high times as well, since the 1881 excavation of the mummy of Pharaoh Ramses II (Ramses The Great, who reigned from 1279 to 1213. B.C.) revealed traces of cannabinoids in his remains. The Ebers Papyrus, among the world's most ancient medica

Industrial hemp bestows life’s essentials: food, medicines, fabric, fuel, plastics, building materials, and more. Recognized for its multitude of uses for thousands of years, it has contributed to sustenance and economies throughout the world. Since the middle of the twentieth century, United States laws prohibit its cultivation. Lawmakers and the general public confuse industrial hemp with mari

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