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RAISE AWARENESS FOR HEMP IN AMERICA. Support Hemp in EVERY WAY! Support Hemp EVERY DAY!

Published on 6/21/2017
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Why Would You Allow the Deep Cutting of Forests,
Trees and Cotton Production for Textile Products?
There is Obviously a Better Way?
 
BY CINDY TRETHEWEY
 

The resurgence of cannabis is not only saving lives in the medical arena, but it's giving American families hope by supporting them with a new self-preserving JOB sector.

  • Cannabis is the only green movement that will sustain and save the planet and return the industry to the United States.
  • Current farming practices to produce cotton and paper from trees are damaging our ecosystem and our oceans, lakes, and streams, while needlessly exacerbating precious resources such as water and fertilizer.
  • Hemp produces double the needed fiber per acre than cotton! And cannabis is a natural fertilizer for the soil.
  • Hemp roots absorb and dissipate the energy of rain and runoff, which preserves the fertilizer on the crops and protects farm soil from erosion.
  • Hemp plants slow down the velocity of runoff by absorbing moving water.
  • Hemp plants grow as high as 15'+ which creates the necessary shade to offset extremes in temperatures, which in turn holds the needed moisture in the soil. Because of hemp's shading abilities, very few weeds grow around it and there is no need for pesticides or herbicides to grow it.
  • Hemp plants reduce the loss of topsoil in windy conditions.
  • Hemp plants loosen the earth for subsequent crops by replacing the soil with valuable minerals, natural mulch, and fertilizer necessary for organic crop rotation.
  • As a planet and an ecosystem, it's imperative that humans cease from large-scale deforestation practices.
  • Conservative estimates reveal more than 1.5 billion tons of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere due to deforestation every year.
  • The potential of hemp for paper production is unprecedented and has reached a critical turning point for much-needed change.
  • According to the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, one acre of hemp can produce 4 times more pulp for paper than one acre of trees, resulting in less pollution and wasteful irrigation.
  • Hemp can be used to produce the entirety of paper products such as newsprint, computer paper, notepads, cardboard, envelopes, toilet paper, and even sanitary napkins. There are no other tree or plant species on earth capable of producing as much paper per acre as the sacred hemp plant.
  • If we can properly utilize hemp and cultivate it on an industrial scale, we can cut down on millions of tons of CO2 emissions annually, all saving our world’s forests and animal habitats and adding oxygen back into the ecosystem.
  • And finally, our current mode of manufacturing products with oil derived plastic packaging can be replaced with biodegradable hemp packaging, thus saving the earth and her creatures, oceans and sea life from unnecessary pollution leading to a revival of the habitat we all know and love.
 
 
 
If you're not in the hemp movement yet, you should be. Our sustainable modern lives all depend on it. We all need to do our part. Support hemp in EVERY WAY! Support hemp EVERY DAY!
 
Join our free facebook group to learn more about ways we can use hemp to heal the planet and the human body.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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