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    Hemp Oil Research Paper

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    Hemp Oil Benefits We Can Use Now Clothes and paper, much like Hemp Oil, were made from Hemp trees during the ancient times, but does it mean that hemp oil is safe and beneficial for our domestic usage today? Oftentimes shrouded in controversy because of its loose association with Cannabis species, Hemp Oil is indeed useful in human bodies. Straight off, the plant’s seeds that primarily form the basis in the extraction of the oil is rich in proteins, Omega-6, Omega-3, polyunsaturated fatty acids and insoluble fiber. Along with that, the plant is known for its generous supply of useful minerals including Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium, and Phosphorus. What is hemp seed oil? Hemp oil or hempseed oil, as it’s sometimes called, is a magical vegetable oil that was once the best ranked, most sought after cooking oil. It comes from a unique species of Cannabis, most notably tall-growing varieties of cannabis, and thus devoid of THC - that primary psychoactive compound of Cannabis sativa. Instead of the THC, the oil has a pleasant, nutty flavor emanating from the plant’s excellent ratio of…

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    Cannabis oil, hemp oil, and CBD oil are often confusing for some individuals when it comes to establishing what makes one different from the other. The key difference is found in the source of these products, meaning the plant from which they are derived. Cannabidiol can be derived from medical marijuana plants, as well as industrial hemp plants. Both plants are from the same cannabis gene pool and hence, are two distinct cannabis plants that feature different characteristics. They are not one…

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    Cbd Hemp Oil

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    What Is It? CBD hemp oil is an oil that is extracted from hemp. Contrary to popular belief, it does not get you high because it has a very low THC content. In fact, the THC content of CBD hemp oil is less than 0.3 percent. How To Use CBD Hemp Oil There are a variety of ways that you can use CBD hemp oil. The most effective way to use CBD oil is to place the drops directly under your tongue. Let the drops sit under your tongue for as long as you can and then swallow them. You can also vape the…

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    Learning information in class engaged and interested me throughout my academic career; however, the opportunity to discover new information through research is one of my most intellectually stimulating experiences. With my goal to learn as much as possible under Dr. Nolan Kane, the Professional Investigator of the Cannabis Genomic Research Initiative (CGRI), I have expanded my traditional bench lab experience to bioinformatics, hemp breeding, and leading designing and performing my own project…

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    Hemp Research Paper

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    Hemp has a long history in the United States as a viable cash crop. Deeming hemp as illegal to grow is relatively recent event resulting from the passing of the Marihuana Tax Act in 1973. The earliest known cultivation was 12,000 year ago and is well documented as being used for textiles such as rope, boat sails, and fibrous paste used to caulk the hull of boats. During WWII, in response to the Pearl Harbor bombing, the United States promoted the cultivation of hemp to decrease the reliance…

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    The marijuana still carries a false shroud of stigma as a dangerous drug lead to harder narcotics, medical and scholarly officials have began to change the American view. The wide variety of applications of marijuana from both ingrained in our American history to hemp oil to drive our cars there are quite a few reasons to change the label on marijuana from BAD to…

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    Hemp In Canada Essay

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    Even though hemp is not marijuana and could not be used for its psychoactive qualities, or therapeutic purposes industrial hemp should be legal in Canada for its many beneficial uses; industrial hemp is a multi-purpose crop that is environmentally friendly and would be a sustainable resource in Canada’s economy. Hemp and all the products made from it are in fact legal in Canada. There are no laws in Canada or in the USA for that matter that states possession of hemp is illegal. This would…

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    There are references towards marijuana all around us. Try re-watching Scooby Doo. Shaggy always had the munchies and even had a love interest named Mary Jane. I mean what do you think Shaggy and Scooby were always doing in the back of that van! Look at That 70s Show, that’s not a cigarette they’re passing around. Give Black Sabbath’s “Sweet Leaf” a listen; they don’t even hide their reference. Cannabis has been referenced and mentioned for years and it’s use even dates back to 8000 BCE when hemp…

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    Hemp Benefits

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    Cannabis, aka hemp or marijuana, often triggers a negative connotation to people - especially because it is labeled as a dangerous drug, which one needs to avoid. Little do these people know that it actually has a lot of benefits that everyone should enjoy. Cannabis seeds, in particular, have a lot to offer. They are generally safe even if they are oily and high in fat. It has been known as a "superfood", and as years pass, scientists get to discover more perks you get out of it. What…

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    To begin with, Hemp can absorb 4x more CO2 than trees. Although air pollution can be diminished by car pulling, planting more trees and reducing deforestation; using hemp to minimize air pollution can be very favorable. The convenience of the Hemp plant is; more rapid CO2 absorption, improved soil structure, and no other chemical inputs. Hemp can be grown in already existing agricultural land, it can be a part of a farm’s crop rotation, it can grow in a diversity of soil conditions and…

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