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🌱 NATIONAL HEMP DAY 🌱

On February 4th, National Hemp Day proudly weaves a celebration surrounding an industry with a long and innovative history.

Did you know that # hemp has been a part of human civilization for thousands of years? Hemp fibers were used in some of the earliest civilizations to make fabric for clothing and other materials 👕 👖 . America’s founding fathers drafted early documents on hemp paper and even used a “Hemp for Victory” campaign during WWII to encourage farmers to grow hemp for military use. Hemp has been an essential material in the innovation of several industries including shipping, construction, and textiles. Most recently, the construction industry started using hemp in place of concrete (known as hempcrete) since it is windproof and offers a lower carbon footprint 🏠 .

The Industrial Hemp Pilot Program allowed several states to grow 🇺🇸 , cultivate, and process hemp for agricultural purposes. These programs brought thousands of new jobs 💰 to an industry that had long been considered obsolete because of the Schedule I classification of hemp (the same classification as heroin and LSD).

The 2018 Farm Bill was a huge win for the hemp industry 🙌🏻 . Hemp – including the leaves, stalks, and stems – has since been rescheduled to a Schedule V classification, the same as OTC low-dose codeine. This makes the growing, producing, and distribution of hemp legal on a national level. Products made from hemp such as # CBD , clothing, plastics, paint 🎨 , insulation, and biofuels 🔋 will now be more readily available. The passing of the newly-minted Farm Bill brings massive growth potential, with some publications estimating that the hemp industry will become a multi-billion dollar industry for the United States 👌🏻 .

HOW TO OBSERVE
It’s easy: support your hemp farmers and research hemp-derived products. Celebrate the history of hemp and the farmers that work so hard to grow it by checking out the products they have to offer; hemp can be found anywhere, from soaps and shampoos to socks and shorts. At THE PURE DREAM we offer a hemp clothing/accessories and body soap and laundry soap’s! Also, don’t forget… We release our CBD flower tomorrow! And anyone who buys at least 1g of CBD flower will get a free travel salve! # NationalHempDay # Flower # TPD # indiana # topicals

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Did you know there is a National Hemp Day? If you didn’t, don’t be too hard on yourself. CBD School officially declared Feb. 4 th National Hemp Day just last year to celebrate hemps history and the 2018 legalizations of hemp growth, production and distribution in the U.S.

If you’re not familiar with hemp, it often times gets confused with marijuana plants because they’re in the same genus and species. The difference lies in the amount of THC, the psychoactive substance in cannabis, the plant contains. Phys.org states, “Cannabis plants with 0.3 percent or less of THC are hemp. Cannabis plants with more than 0.3 percent THC are marijuana.”

Another notable difference is hemp’s extensive history. The hemp industry goes back more than 10,000 years, according to the Hemp Industries Association . Traces of hemp were found in an ancient village that is now Taiwan, it’s known to have been valued in ancient China and it has been used throughout history in a variety of ways. In 1616, the first English settlement in America cultivated hemp to make rope and fabric. In fact, Presidents Washington and Jefferson were both hemp growers.

CDB School states, “hemp is one of the most beneficially versatile plants that has ever existed.” Historically, its fibers were used to make paper and fabric for clothes and sails. Today, its many uses also include being used in food and beverages for its nutritional values and biodiesel and ethanol fuel, to name a few.

Hemp was not regulated until 1970 with the passage of the Controlled Substance Act (CSA). Today, hemp is back in the spotlight. Much of the new found attention has to do with the discovery of CBD and its health benefits. Additionally, the 2014 Farm Bill opened the door for increased hemp production and led to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill that made hemp production legal in the U.S.

There’s no better reason to celebrate hemp than the growth the industry is having. Happy National Hemp Day!

Did you know there is a National Hemp Day? If you didn’t, don’t be too hard on yourself. CBD School officially declared Feb. 4th National Hemp Day just