Can Hemp Save the World?
It's an incredible source of food and fiber, yet
the feds outlaw growing it
is easily grown without pesticides or herbicides, and besides its
tasty nut it yields a strong fiber used for cloth, paper, construction,
plastics and auto parts, and countless other applications. It's
an extremely versatile and hardy plant, with many uses and is known
as one of the most nutritious foods on the planet.
Chinese Medicine has been using the hemp seed for more than 2000
years as a healing and tonifying food in treating a number of ailments.
Hemp is protein rich, gluten-free and loaded with Omega-3 fatty
acids and fiber. No known allergies to hemp foods exist.
So, why does
the government conduct a war on growing it? The Health Ranger, Mike
Adams says: "The short answer is because government laws often
violate fundamental human rights. Hemp is restricted precisely
BECAUSE it promotes freedom, abundance and healthy living."