Hemp and Cannabis Facts

"Hemp is of first necessity to the wealth and protection of the Country."

Thomas Jefferson

"Hemp..is abundantly productive and will grow forever on the same spot."

Thomas Jefferson

"Make the most of you can of the Indian Hemp Seed and sow it everywhere."

George Washington

OUR FAVORITE STRAINS

  1. Girl Scout Cookies
    Girl Scout Cookies
    is an OG Kush and Durban Poison hybrid cross. Sativa-like head buzz
  2. Papaya
    Papaya
    is an Indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain.
  3. White Widow
    White Widow
    is cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica.
  4. Granddaddy Purple
    Granddaddy Purple
    is a Indica cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud.
  5. Pineapple Skunk
    Pineapple Skunk
    is a Indica dominant strain. A yummy Hybrid cross between Pineapple, Skunk #1, and Cheese.
  6. Lemon Haze
    Lemon Haze
    is a cross between Lemon Skunk and Silver Haze.
  7. Sour Diesel
    Sour Diesel
    is a Sativa cross between 91 Chemdawg and Northern Lights.
  8. G13
    G13
    is an Indica dominant strain that was bred from an Afghani strain.
  • Cannabis is the sister plant of Hemp.

  • Legalizing Cannabis would generate $8.7 Billion in Federal and State Tax revenue. PER YEAR

  • Cannabis has been legal for personal use since 1975 and still is today.

  • Cannabis has 5 compounds; THC, CBD, THCA, CBC and CBN. 

  • CBD is the non-psychoactive ingredient in Cannabis. 

  • CBD is used to treat epilepsy, ADD, back pain and many more.

  • Study after studies have proved Cannabis safer than Alcohol and Tobacco. 

  • The earliest record of medical Marijuana comes from anchient China. In 2737 BC, Chinese Emperor Shennong wrote a book on medicine that included cannabisas a treatment for many conditions. 

  • Cannabis was used as a veternary medicine in ancient Greece. The ancient Greeks used cannabis to dress wounds and sores on their horses after battle. The plant was also given to humans for a variety of ailments, including ear pain and inflammation.

  • In the 1830s, an Irish physician by the name of William Brooke O’Shaughnessy observed the use of medical marijuana during a trip to India. After studying its effects, he introduced cannabis to physicians in England as a treatment for a wide range of conditions, including muscle spasms, rheumatism, epilepsy and pain. 
  • Hemp has been grown for at least the last 12,000 years for fiber and food. It has been effectively prohibited in the United States since the 1950s.

  • 1 acre of hemp will produce as much fiber as 2 to 3 acres of cotton. 

  • The quality of hemp paper is superior to tree-based paper. Hemp paper will last hundreds of years without degrading, can be recycled many more times than tree-based paper, and requires less toxic chemicals in the manufacturing process than does paper made from trees.

  • Hemp seeds contain a protein that is more nutritious and more economical to produce than soybean protein.

  • Hemp seed oil can be used to produce non-toxic diesel fuel, paint, varnish, detergent, ink and lubricating oil. 

  • Hemp can be used to produce strong, durable and environmentally-friendly plastic substitutes.

  • 1 acre of hemp will produce as much paper as 2 to 4 acres of trees. From tissue paper to cardboard, all types of paper products can be produced from hemp.

  • Hemp can be used to produce fiberboard that is stronger and lighter than wood. 

  • From 1776 to 1937, hemp was a major American crop and textiles made from hemp were common.

  • Hemp is a plant grown from a seed and it can get up to 15 to 20 or so feet tall.