Tony Jones, GoLocalProv Guest MINDSETTER™
“The greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture.” -Thomas Jefferson.
It’s ironic that the country founded on the principals of and liberty and freedom still prohibits it’s citizens from growing a plant. I’m talking, of course, about industrial hemp. A plant that has more than 30,000 uses and is considered to be a “superfood”. This absurdity continues by the fact that hemp allowed to be imported from other country’s but is forbidden to be grown in America.
Did you know that The US Constitution was written on hemp paper? The first American flag was made out of hemp. In the past army uniforms were made of hemp. In 1937 Popular Science Magazine called hemp “The New Billion Dollar Crop.”
And then it was banned…
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