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Green-Tech-Tuesday |ANNOUNCING THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF HEMP BIOPLASTIC: Press Release 12.01.19

PRESS RELEASE ANNOUNCING THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF HEMP BIOPLASTIC FOSSIL FUEL BASED PLASTIC POLLUTION NOW REDUCED TO A DESIGN DECISION _______________________________________________ New Cannabis based plastics move to take over big oil plastics. Alternative Hemp Polymers now competitive with raw resin. Feb 7, 2019 Boulder, Colorado.   February 7, 2014 marked the passing of the original Federal Farm Bill, inviting new agricultural

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Green Tech Tuesday: Cold Pressed CBD HEMP OIL

Apex CBD Hemp Oil utilises the whole plant meaning the seeds, stems, and buds using cold pressed technology. Their proprietary extraction methods allow them to use no heat (Below 95 degrees), no toxic solvents or chemical’s in their processing methods. The oils you use every day for cooking, lotions, soaps, salves are extracted from seeds, fruits, vegetables, and nuts. From olive

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The Hemp Club 2018 Special | Recycling For The Future…or has it already arrived?

One of the largest CBD company’s CEO is stealthily backing a hemp plastics startup When President Donald Trump signed the farm bill into law Thursday, hemp production in the U.S. was made legal on a federal level for the first time in nearly a century. The bill’s passage was also a boon for manufacturers of therapeutic products containing the hemp-derived

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HEMP OIL FURRSDAY – 7 Benefits for Horses and Dogs

The Go-To Supplement For All Your Four-Legged Friends / by Nicholas Hill 6.12.18 1000 GMT Photos: by Cozmo Jenks Hemp Oil Benefits Improves: Skin, Hair and Bones Ensures your horse has healthy joints A frontline help for bringing down inflammation A solution to dry, itchy skin and an unhealthy coat Increases a horses vitality Feeds the brain and helps with

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Farmers Friday – Discover Hemp

DISCOVER THE HEMP PLANT Hemp could just be the light at the end of the tunnel for our ecological issues and can massively lessen our carbon print; giving us, at last, a guarantee to our indeterminate future. The building materials and textiles produced from its strands outweigh the uses of cotton and cotton’s destruction of our planet.  Hemp will also

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