A recipe for burgers made from a plant with low levels of cannabis is just one of the products being offered for sale by a south Wales business.
A champion for the cause of hemp growing has put the feelers out to Canterbury farmers for 20,000ha of land to cultivate the wonder plant.
Tension continues to mount over genetically modified crops. The biotechnology industry is banking on its ability to utilize plants for an assortment of industrial and pharmaceutical products. However, the food industry and consumer groups have serious reservations about the industry’s plans to genetically modify common food crops, such as corn, to manufacture pharmaceuticals and industrial chemicals.
Drive a Mercedes, Chrysler or General Motors product? If so, it’s possible you have Ontario cannabis on board. But don’t worry—no one’s accusing you of having drugs in your glove box or trunk. Instead, your hemp probably takes the form of a door panel, or some similar interior component.
The social consciousness ran thick at the Bioneers environmental conference Sunday in Marin County. So thick that when an 8-year-old boy realized that the yummy, solar-baked chocolate chip cookie he was eating was made with Nestle’s pre-made dough, he spit it out.
Sales projected at $1 million. Items include lip balm, pancake mix
On Sept. 17, lawyers for the Hemp Industries Association and the Drug Enforcement Administration appeared before a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to present oral arguments regarding the DEA’s attempt to ban food products containing hemp seeds and oil.
It’s customer appreciation day at Hemptown Clothing Inc. and a half dozen people are perusing the latest in hemp products, from golf shirts and energy bars to something called “personal lube.”
The dream some had of industrial hemp replacing sugar as Hawaii’s latest cash crop has evaporated.
A shirt made from stinging nettles? No, really: cloth made from the weed could provide a homegrown and environmentally-friendly alternative to cotton. Kate Ravilious reports
Consuming a chunk of organic health food is a act of drug abuse in the eyes of the Drug Enforcement Administration - if it contains, as some snacks do, hemp as an ingredient. An appeals court in Alaska says residents can possess up to a quarter-pound of pot for their own use.
CHANGES to the way energy suppliers may source green fuel is set to bring energy crop growers a massive and immediate market, according to a leading energy expert.
Al Anders and I had been chatting for a few minutes when he pulled a box of coca leaf tea from his desk drawer like a businessman in a movie offering up a stashed flask of bourbon.