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HEMP CAN SAVE THE WORLD!
“There is only one plant that can completely substitute for fossil fuel. The plant is an annual that grows in all 50 states. It is the fastest growing sustainable biomass on the planet. It can produce paper, fiber, food, and fuel. Hemp is, by far, Earth’s premier, renewable natural resource. This is why hemp is so very important.


Until the 1880s in America, and the 20th century in most of the world, 80 percent of all textiles and fabrics were made from hemp. This includes clothing, tents, bed sheets and linens, rugs, drapes, quilts, towels, and diapers. Even our flag, ‘Old Glory,’ was principally made from fibers of cannabis. However, because of its strength, softness, warmth and long-lasting qualities, hemp continued to be the second most-used natural fiber until the 1930s. In case you’re wondering, there is no THC or “high” in hemp fiber. That’s right; you can’t smoke your shirt! In fact, attempting to smoke hemp fabric, or any fabric, for that matter, could be fatal!


Hemp is the perfect archival medium. The paintings of Van Gogh and Gainsborough, Rembrandt were primarily painted on hemp canvas. As were practically all canvas paintings. A strong, lustrous fiber, hemp withstands heat, mildew, and insects and is not damaged by light. Oil paintings on hemp canvas have stayed in fine condition for centuries. For thousands of years, virtually all good paints and varnishes were made with hempseed and/or linseed oil. Hempseed oil lit the lamps of Aladdin and Abraham Lincoln. It was the brightest lamp oil.”


Jack Herer author of ‘The Emperor Wears No Clothes’.


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Anndrea Hermann, iHemp Radio host. is from Joplin, Missouri. She is now based in Manitoba Canada. She earned her MSC in Hemp Fiber Agronomy at the University of Manitoba. She has a B.GS in Hemp Economics at Missouri Southern State University. She is a Canadian Independent Professional Agrologist. She is an Authorized Health Canada Hemp Sampler. Anndrea is the President of the Hemp Industries Association (USA). She is a Special Committee Member of the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance.  She is the owner of The Ridge International Cannabis Consulting, Hemp Technologies (Canada). She is an instructor at Oregon State University WSE266 Industrial Hemp. Anndrea has over 15 years experience in the Canadian & International Hemp Cannabis industry. She has a wide range of interdisciplinary skills.


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