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The future of hemp-based foods in Europe

The European hemp-based food market continues to grow. The main way that hemp is turned into food is through powders, such as protein, seed oil, and seeds.

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Cannabidiol, A reliable Alternative to Health Problems

Have you ever considered using CBD? This plant-based wellness product won't get you high but might help with several common health problems. Best of all, it's legal in the U.S., Canada, and most European countries. 

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Using Hemp Is Nothing New, and It’s About Time for Its Comeback

The old ways of industrialization have led us down a path of destruction, and something must be done. If we continue to pollute our oceans, lobby for industries that only benefit the rich and incarcerate massive portions of our populations, what kind of world will we have left? Learn how hemp may hold the key.

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Using Hemp Isn’t New; It’s Already On a Comeback

This little plant that may be able to help us save the day.

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Hemp Distillate Education Should Be Prioritized

Education on the subject of hemp distillate could help ease some of the pushback when it comes to properly legislating and regulating this product.

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Juicing With Hemp Does Not Get the Credit It Deserves

Hemp is making its way into our kitchens, restaurants and juice bars as a healthful ingredient, and it’s not surprising why.

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What Is Hemp Biomass?

Renewable energy through plant biomass can seriously reduce our carbon footprint and contributions to greenhouse gases that are warming the climate. By taking care of our climate through renewable energy, we are investing in the future for all life on earth as a whole. Here’s how hemp can help that effort

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Hemp Is the Only Thing That Can Save Us From Plastic

Our dependence on plastics is not going away, but there’s a more sustainable process in producing this essential product.

Hemp is more renewable and less costly for manufacturers to produce while also being easier on the environment. It can literally replace plastic in every way, yet it seems companies that would benefit from using it have not caught up with the evidence.