Because of its association with the cannabis plant, many consumers question if CBD oil and CBD products are legal to buy and use where they live. We help to clarify CBD’s legal status in the U.S. and internationally to help you best choose whether CBD...

We all intend to eat well during the day. But then the phone rings, the meeting goes long, or the kids forget their school project at home, and we find ourselves grasping for anything to fill our stomachs as we load our lunch break with...

Hemp History Week 2015 is rolling along nicely.  Part of hemp history week involves talking about the potential benefits of hemp in America today, but American Hemp history goes back to the very start of colonization.  In fact, the pilgrims brought hemp with them, and not just in...

Growing more hemp crops has the potential of making a significant impact on global warming. Global warming, or the rise in average temperatures on earth, is caused by higher concentrations of greenhouse gases; more specifically, an increase in carbon dioxide emissions. The carbon dioxide traps...

Celiac disease, which is on a significant rise in the United States, forces many people to turn to a gluten-free diet. Celiac disease is when the presence of gluten, consumed from foods, attacks the small intestine. Even people without the disease have found that they’re...

Not all protein is equal. Proteins from animal foods, such as eggs, milks and cheeses, have a typically higher digestibility than most plant-based proteins. When a protein is described as easy to digest, it means that the body is able to absorb most of the...

Hemp has been harvested for nutritional and fiber purposes throughout the world for over 12,000 years. Unfortunately, hemp has been illegal to grow in the United States since 1957. Although hemp contains very little to no tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics decided...

Hemp has rightfully grown in popularity because of its seeds’ natural benefits, but the plant continues to be unfairly overlooked as a true player in the clothing industry. The cellulose fibers within hemp stems have been used as a base for textiles since 8,000 BC,...

There’s nothing better to spread on veggie burgers or to use as a dip for vegetables or sweet potato fries than a creamy aioli sauce. Most of the time, aioli is a yummy but unhealthy addition to your meal. However, your aioli can also be...

Nearly all of the paper produced today comes from trees, which take 20 to 50 years of growing before they’re ready to be harvested. But, paper can also be made from hemp plants, which are ready to be harvested just four months after planting. In...

It’s strange to think that hemp oil, with all its natural benefits, can also serve as a top coat when finishing wood products. But hemp oil, when spread over wooden floors, chopping blocks and wooden furniture, will offer up a water-resistant, protective and beautiful finish. Hemp...

Our neighbors to the north know how valuable hemp is. In fact, Canadian canola farmers are increasingly turning to the highly profitable, resource-saving plant. Permitted for commercial agriculture since 1998, Canada has become one of the world's most highly regarded hemp producers and is home to...

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