What about the rest of the hemp plant?

What about the rest of the hemp plant?

Found this great article in Financial News Now

Follow the money and you’ll find the deeper mysteries of what’s going on.
In this case, we’re following the practically of what needs to happen for us to sustain our self. It’s apparent our environment, our economics and our Industrial evolution, is in dire straights. Hemp Is leading the way to a New Industrial Revolution

Money seekers are hot on this ‘new trail’ of Industrial Hemp and beginning to ask, what about the rest of the Hemp Plant. Beyond CBD there’s a multi-Billion Dollar industry slowly pirculating, ready to become full brew. Many of us have know this for years… Including the leaders like Thomas Jefferson ‘Hemp is the necessity to the wealth and protection of this country!’

Hemp: The Next Step or Pivot for Investors in Future Green Wave Stocks

The continued maturation of the cannabis industry, and subsequent recent sell-off of recreational marijuana stocks is leading companies to reevaluate new opportunities to expand into.

Industrial hemp is a logical choice as it promises blue sky potential in product development that recreational marijuana never could. This assumption is based on both the multiple health benefits associated to CBD content, but also the industrial applications that the entire hemp plant could provide.

The industrial hemp market space is an exciting new area of product development and research. The next few years will bring us new and exciting choices when it comes to the blended clothing we wear, the raw materials that encompass the cars we drive, the paper we write on, the recognized and healthful food we eat, the natural medicinal alternatives we are prescribed and the wellness products we use.

https://financial-news-now.com/3-stocks-to-watch-now-hemp-leading-the-way-into-a-new-industrial-revolution/

What about the rest of the hemp plant?

Industrial hemp has thousands of applications, with many more yet to be discovered now that the plant is available to scientists for research.

According to a 1938 article in Popular Mechanics, at that time, there were over 25,000 uses for the hemp plant. With the increase in technology, knowledge, manufacturing, etc., experts now estimate that with whole plant utilization, the hemp plant actually could have around 50,000 uses![1]

Industrial hemp can be used for textiles, car parts, pet supplies, biofuel, food, construction materials, and biodegradable plastic.

We are quite literally on the forefront of discovering what this extraordinary plant can do. The possibilities are just beginning to be known, which means there is unrealized potential for forward thinking investors positioned in the industrial hemp market.

Many of the products that can be produced from hemp are still in the R&D phase. In my opinion, in the next few years, we could see an explosion of hemp-related manufacturing processes and products that will be available to multiple industries and ultimately the end consumer.

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Editor’s Note – We are not encouraging buying of any stocks – Encouraging you to keep your eyes open on the Hemp Industrial Revolution! If you happen to know of viable Industrial Hemp Stocks, feel free to reach out and share.

Eyes Wide Open, there’s Hemp Hope for our future…

Believe,

Darlene Mea

NYU launching $10M Center for Psychedelic Medicine in Manhattan

NYU launching $10M Center for Psychedelic Medicine in Manhattan

New York University wants to expand our minds — but in a trippy new way.

NYU Langone Health’s Department of Psychiatry plans to establish a Center for Psychedelic Medicine, a hallucinatory hub that will support research on treating addiction, chronic pain, opioid addiction and “existential distress” — among other physical and emotional maladies — using psychedelics. NYU researchers are already involved in studies on the treatment of alcoholism, anxiety and major depressive disorder with psilocybin (the active ingredient in magic mushrooms) and the treatment of severe PTSD with MDMA (also known as ecstasy and molly).

The program, announced Wednesday, will also be the home base for NYU’s new Psychedelic Medicine Research Training Program, which will attempt to make psychedelic medicine more mainstream and increase the number of experts in the field.

The new facility is backed by $10 million from donors, including Dr. Bronner’s soaps and psychedelic medicine company MindMed. The center is being created to “ensure that the momentum created by the modern psychedelic renaissance is sustained,” according to NYU psychiatry professor Michael P. Bogenschutz, who will be the center’s director. 

Benefactors believe the program will not only advance psychedelic-inspired medicinal research, but also help those suffering from “some of the most prevalent issues in mental health for patients,” according to a press release, which added, “We are very excited about what the future holds.” The center comes amid a surge in medicinal interest in psychedelics, with Oregon becoming the first state to legalize magic mushrooms in November, and California currently considering a bill that would decriminalize acid. Last August, a guided ketamine trip therapy clinic opened in Manhattan. 

Recreationally, psychedelics appear to be more popular than ever: In a July 2020 study, researchers found that LSD has become exponentially more popular among American adults as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“LSD is used primarily to escape. And given that the world’s on fire, people might be using it as a therapeutic mechanism,” University of Cincinnati doctoral candidate Andrew Yockey told Scientific American at the time. “Now that COVID’s hit, I’d guess that use has probably tripled.”

Tommy Chong – Why CBD is Not Good for You and Why FULL Spectrum Cannabis Is!

Tommy Chong – Why CBD is Not Good for You and Why FULL Spectrum Cannabis Is!

From the Editor; Darlene Mea; We approve this message!

Found this great article. We’ll it’s actually an advertorial, yet still, the message of Why CBD is Not Good for You and Why FULL Spectrum Cannabis is powerful. We are not sharing to sell anything, the information is just true!

Here’s the story

Hey, I’m Tommy Chong,

If there’s one thing people know about me, it’s that I love pot, right?

My wife jokes that I’m a walking drug test.

If anyone under 30 recognizes me on the street, she assumes they like pot too.

But almost 20 years ago, I quit, cold turkey. (More on that in a second)

And my health completely fell apart.

All my life people had been telling me that pot was going to kill me… but QUITTING turned my health upside down.

My joints began to ache like they never had..

I was constantly tired and sore…

I was getting up several times a night to pee…

Never getting a decent night’s sleep.

My energy evaporated like water on a hot pan.

I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me.

It was like, all of a sudden, I was starting to “feel my age catch up with me”, when I never had before.

Then, I was diagnosed with
Prostate Cancer…

I was devastated.

The hardest part was having to tell my family.

I laid awake at night, worried I’d never see my youngest
daughter grow up.

But now I see that my diagnosis actually saved my life…

I’ll tell you right up top that my solution for these issues involved using CBD, but definitely not in any way you’ve heard of or tried before…

Maybe you’ve tried using CBD to experience some of these same benefits… only to discover that it didn’t work…

Or you’re thinking about trying it, but you’re worried that everything you’re hearing is “just hype”…

If you haven’t tried CBD yet, I’m glad
you’re reading this first…

And if you have tried it and it didn’t work, then I’ve got good news for you.

There’s nothing wrong with you.

The truth is that 99% of the CBD products available today just don’t work as advertised…

And there’s a simple reason why.

The problem is, with all the hype around CBD, you’ve probably never heard what I’m about to show you…

And it could cost you EVERYTHING.

My life changed overnight.

I could physically feel my body slowing down and it scared me…

By that point, I was almost 70, and I thought, “This is just what it feels like to get old I guess”

I resigned myself to my fate and tried to stay as active and as healthy as I could…

But I just didn’t feel right.

A few years later, at a routine physical, I got the news that would eventually save my life…

The good news about my cancer is that it was slow growing and in early stages… which meant I had time..

That aint a luxury many people get…

So, I started doing all the reading and research I could about different treatments and side effects…

I’m not sure if I buy that, but this cannabis oil sounded like it could help, and I figured I had nothing to lose.

Luckily, in California, marijuana was now legal to buy and use for medical reasons

And cancer pretty much gets you to the top of that list.

So, in addition to my regular cancer treatments, I went to my doctor and got a prescription for medical cannabis and I STOCKED UP.

I bought plenty of marijuana and used a bunch of it to make the special oil from Rick Simpson’s recipe…

I’ll be honest with you.. It tasted like garbage.

Imagine juicing a lawnmower bag full of grass clippings and taking a shot of it…

That would have been a little better than the stuff I made…

In addition to the oil, I also started smoking a little again to help with the side effects of my other treatments.

Not only were my cancer treatments working…

The most amazing thing happened!

I started feeling better ALL OVER.

How many cancer patients tell you they feel better AFTER starting treatment?

It was like I shed 20 years in 30 days…

It was amazing.

My mood was so much better all the time, I felt like I was living on Cloud Nine…

My energy surged to all new heights…

In addition to my cancer treatments, I was writing a book and a screenplay and doing media appearances and planning an all new tour…

Read the rest of this amazing story here! https://mystory.tommychongshemp.com/v759/?affid=13&s1=172268&s2=792090&s3=4835004&s4=%7Brc_uuid%7D&s5=&click_id=4c2cf9113dec4fd194d89848e9e72999

This is why we at HempingtonPost are not promoting the industry of CBD. Even though we know the Cannabis plant can be made into many aliment treatments and cures, the entourage effect on our entire system is what we gain with full spectrum cannabis, it is medicine. Hemp is fiber!


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TED Talk: Why Not Hemp Now?

TED Talk: Why Not Hemp Now?

Hemp advocate Amy Ansel says the Hemp plant — marijuana’s sober cousin — is poised to revolutionize industries by taking the place of more toxic materials and putting us on a path to a cleaner, more sustainable world.

Democratic Senate Leaders Announce Steps To Federally Legalize Marijuana In 2021

Democratic Senate Leaders Announce Steps To Federally Legalize Marijuana In 2021

Three leading champions of marijuana reform in Congress said on Monday that the issue will be prioritized in the new Democratic Senate this year and that they plan to release draft legislation in the coming weeks to begin a conversation about what the federal policy change will look like.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said in a joint statement that ending cannabis prohibition “is necessary to right the wrongs of this failed war and end decades of harm inflicted on communities of color across the country,” but that alone “is not enough.”

The lawmakers, each of whom has advocated for federal legalization, said that “we must also enact measures that will lift up people who were unfairly targeted in the War on Drugs,” especially as more states opt to legalize.

“We are committed to working together to put forward and advance comprehensive cannabis reform legislation that will not only turn the page on this sad chapter in American history, but also undo the devastating consequences of these discriminatory policies,” they said. “The Senate will make consideration of these reforms a priority.”

This is a narrative that’s been building in recent months, with Schumer saying on several occasions both before and after the election that he would work to move reform legislationwith his new power to control the Senate floor agenda. Since Democrats secured a majority in the chamber, the stage is set for action.

“In the early part of this year, we will release a unified discussion draft on comprehensive reform to ensure restorative justice, protect public health and implement responsible taxes and regulations,” the senators said. “Getting input from stakeholder groups will be an important part of developing this critical legislation.”

bill to federally deschedule cannabis cleared the House last year, but it did not advance in the GOP-controlled Senate. Lawmakers like Schumer and Booker stressed that Democrats reclaiming a majority in the chamber was an imperative for any comprehensive reform to pass this year.

“After years of marijuana policy reform being neglected and mocked by [Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)] it is heartening to see these Senate leaders working together to repeal the senseless and cruel policy of marijuana prohibition,” NORML Political Director Justin Strekal said.

“We look forward to constructively engaging with Congressional leaders, other organizations, and those communities that have historically been most impacted by criminalization in order to ensure that we craft the strongest and most comprehensive bill possible to right the wrongs of the nearly a century of federal cannabis prohibition,” he said.

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), who has spent decades working to end marijuana prohibition and is a co-chair of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus, said in a press release that he’s encouraged that Senate’s new majority is “prepared to move forward together on comprehensive cannabis legislation.”

He added that the House-passed Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act to legalize marijuana “is a great foundation” for reform in the 117th Congress. The new legislation would likely be referred to Wyden’s panel, the Senate Finance Committee, for consideration once introduced.

“We look forward to working with the Senate to refine the bill, advance its core principles, and end the federal prohibition of cannabis once and for all,” Blumenauer said. “The missing ingredient in cannabis reform has been Senate action. To finally have the active leadership of the new Senate majority leader, rather than being stuck in McConnell’s legislative graveyard, makes all the difference in the world.”

Recent comments from the Schumer, the majority leader, indicate that whatever bill is filed will likely include components of multiple pieces of legislation from the last Congress, which he said are actively being merged.

With Democrats in control, advocates and lawmakers are preparing for a deluge in marijuana reform proposals that could see floor action and make their way to President Joe Biden’s desk.

Although the president does not support full legalization and only backs relatively modest cannabis reforms, advocates are hopeful that he would not veto or seek to undermine any broad marijuana legislation that congressional leaders decide to prioritize.

Already in 2021, two congressional marijuana bills have been filed: one to move cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III of the Controlled Substances Act and another to prevent the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs from denying veterans benefits solely because they use medical marijuana in compliance with state law.

Read the full joint statement on Senate marijuana reform priorities below: 

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Cory Booker, D-N.J., Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., issued the following joint statement regarding comprehensive cannabis reform legislation in the 117th Congress:

“The War on Drugs has been a war on people—particularly people of color. Ending the federal marijuana prohibition is necessary to right the wrongs of this failed war and end decades of harm inflicted on communities of color across the country. But that alone is not enough. As states continue to legalize marijuana, we must also enact measures that will lift up people who were unfairly targeted in the War on Drugs.

“We are committed to working together to put forward and advance comprehensive cannabis reform legislation that will not only turn the page on this sad chapter in American history, but also undo the devastating consequences of these discriminatory policies. The Senate will make consideration of these reforms a priority.

“In the early part of this year, we will release a unified discussion draft on comprehensive reform to ensure restorative justice, protect public health and implement responsible taxes and regulations. Getting input from stakeholder groups will be an important part of developing this critical legislation.”

This story originally appeared at Marijuana Moment.