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hemp

1. n. a smelly cigar. Get that vile hemp out of here!
2. n. cannabis. (Drugs.) The guy sort of smells like hemp.
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Following in the footsteps of social entrepreneurship pioneer TOMS' Shoes, Irie Hemp Company will test a giving-centered business model during its initial launch.
Farmers in many states have expressed a desire to be able to grow hemp and compete with the foreign imports.
The second DEA rule exempted inedible THC-tainted hemp products from the ban, provided that "using them does not cause THC to enter the human body.
Using hemp seeds and hemp oil, chef Neal Fraser of Rix, 1413 Fifth St.
Health Canada ruled that the cultivation of industrial hemp would be legal across Canada, reactivating a crop that had been outlawed in that country since the late 1930s.
Ever increasing numbers of consumers are discovering the nutritional benefits of hemp," says David Neuman, VP of Sales and Marketing at Nature's Path Foods.
Sipp Industries' online store is live and currently processing orders for bulk hemp ingredients including Hulled Hemp Seeds, Toasted Hemp Seeds, Hemp Oil and Hemp Protein.
Some lawmakers hope to clamp down on the state's embryonic industrial hemp crop amid concerns that through cross- pollination hemp could harm outdoor medical marijuana grows, particularly in Southern Oregon.
Dozens of countries grow industrial hemp for its seeds, stalk and fibers--employing hundreds of thousands and bringing in truckloads of revenue.
Organic Hemp Moisturizer is one of MuLondon's best selling products.
By signing The Hemp Industries Association's Test Pledge, MuLondon commits to implement quality control measures which limit the amount of trace residual THC in shelled hemp seed and oil, thus eliminating the risk of a confirmed positive drug test.
Sam Alawieh, a board member of Creative Edge Nutrition and executive director of Hemp Technologies, which Creative Edge re-cently purchased said, Canada has a remarkable regulatory advantage, and there s good land and climate for growing hemp.
Hemp advocates argue the crop offers tremendous opportunity for struggling rural economies; it has a wide variety of applications in plastics, fuel, textiles, food and soil rehabilitation, and worldwide demand for it is growing.
Kouyialis' announcement came shortly after the Anti-Drug Council gave the green light for hemp cultivation.