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Industrial Hemp

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Nathaniel, Rhys and Yolanda share their passion for the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of growing, processing and using industrial hemp. Not to be confused with its `cousin` plant marijuana, licensed industrial hemp (in this case cannabis sativa) must be grown to contain a level of less than 0.2% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) - the psychoactive constituent of cannabis. This versatile plant only takes 4 months to mature and the whole plant can be used - roots, stems, leaves, buds and seeds for food, clothing and supplements eg the fibres for fabric and the seeds for oils. The seeds are high in protein and contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids eg health-promoting anti-oxidants and omega 3. The hemp we see here is produced on the South Downs but there are various varieties to suit different climates and soil conditions. http://www.vitalityhemp.com/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv


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Что за сорт у данной конопли ?

lunatic

March 2, 2019

Ubi… I disagree…Short and to the point.. Good info..

Sam Lipsit

March 2, 2019

How big is that field?

Jimbo Slic

March 12, 2019

Dillon Andrews Hemp can have different smells just like MJ. Not overly skunky though. The terpenes that produce the skunk smell are predominately in indica strains (originating in the Kush mountains of India Pakistan) Industrial hemp is sativa which comes from warmer climates.

Based Core

March 27, 2019

i bet theres some females in there somewhere lol

catalick converta

April 8, 2019

Not exactly a chick, she's kinda mature don't you think.

Lisanda04

April 19, 2019

The best film about industrial hemp I've ever seen.

Tom

May 2, 2019

"Can any one point out any good thing that has came about from destroying our hemp industry?"
From the point of view of the powerful few, they became even richer.

Tom

May 2, 2019

@unknown101 nah she's stoned as a mf lmfaooo quit playin

Those are female. Only the female flowers. Males have pollen. When the pollen get on the female flower it grows seeds.

Malcolm 210

June 8, 2019


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