Hemp can do Anything Oil can do – Better

√ Revelation 22:2-3 {1611 KJV Bible}
* In the middest of the street of it, and of either side of the riuer, was there the tree of life, which bare twelue manner of fruits, and yeelded her fruit euery moneth: and the leaues of the tree were for the healing of the nations. And there shall be no more curse, but the throne of God, & of the Lambe shall bee in it, and his seruants shall serue him. *


– Hemp is Earth’s number-one biomass resource; it is capable of producing 10 tons per acre in four months.

> Hemp biodegradable plastic:

– In 1941 Henry Ford built a plastic car made of fiber from hemp and wheat straw. Hemp plastic is biodegradable, synthetic plastic is not.

> Car fuel made from hemp:

– Biomass can be converted to methane, methanol, or gasoline at a cost comparable to petroleum.

– Hemp fuel burns clean. Petroleum causes acid rain due to sulfur pollution.

> Hemp [otherwise] for energy:

– Hemp can produce 10 times more methanol than corn.

> Cannabis for food:

– Hemp seed can be pressed into a nutritious oil, which contains the highest amount of fatty acids in the plant kingdom. Essential oils are responsible for our immune system responses and clear the arteries of cholesterol and plaque.

– Hemp seed protein is one of mankind’s finest, most complete, and available-to-the-body vegetable proteins.

> Hemp for making paper:

– One acre of hemp can produce as much usable fiber as 4 acres of trees or two acres of cotton.- Trees cut down to make paper take 50 to 500 years to grow, while hemp can be cultivated in as little as 100 days and can yield 4 times more paper over a 20 year period.

  • Hemp vs trees (for ending deforestation):

– One acre of hemp produces as much cellulose fiber pulp as 4.1 acres of trees, making hemp a perfect material to replace trees for pressed board, particleboard, and concrete construction molds.

– Isochanvre, a rediscovered French building material made from hemp hurds mixed with lime petrifies into a mineral state and lasts for many centuries. Archeologists have found a bridge in the south of France from the Merovingian period (500-751 A.D.), built with this process.

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