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Posted by Seth B on
Cannabidiol, more widely known as CBD, has been enjoying increasing amounts of attention as people learn more about its incredible possibilities as a supplement. With so many articles and research studies being written about CBD, you might think that this consumable is a recent discovery. It is true that many of the CBD extraction and packaging methods use cutting-edge technologies, but the use of CBD in its hemp oil form goes back further than many people realize. Hemp was probably one of the earliest plants to be domesticated by humans, with evidence of cultivation stretching back as far as eight...
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What if there was a way to manufacture the majority of what we use that has a reduced carbon footprint, is renewable and biodegradable and has almost an identical price to our current methods? Meet hemp plastic, a composite material made up of a polymer base coupled with fiber additives. Hemp was once a driving force of the American economy and produces one of the strongest fibers known to humankind. It is a versatile plant that can make textiles, papers, foods and bioplastics. Unfortunately, cultivation in the United States was outlawed in the 1930s, but is finally making a comeback...
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