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Hemp has been used since antiquity for pretty much anything you could think of.
Hemp has been grown for at least 10,000 years for food, medicine, fiber and fuel. It is thought that hemp was human’s first agricultural crop.
Emperor Shen Neng in China “discovers” the medicinal benefits of hemp.
Ancient Greeks use hemp for nutrients, food, animal fodder, rope and medicine.
Pliny the Elder writes about the health effects of hemp in his leading scientific manual, Natural World, the scholars referenced from ancient Rome into the Renaissance.
King Henry VIII fines farmers if they do not raise hemp
French and British cultivate Cannabis for hemp at their colonies.
America’s first marijuana law was enacted at Jamestown Colony, Virginia, ordering all farmers to grow Indian hemp.
George Washington grows hemp and uses it internally.
Kentucky begins growing hemp becomes the center of hemp production in the United States. The Declaration of Independence is drafted up on hemp paper
Popular Mechanics writes an article about how hemp could be used in 25,000 different products.
The Nixon-appointed Shafer Commission urged use of cannabis be re-legalized, but their recommendation was ignored. U.S. Medical research picks up pace.
The U.S. begins to import food-grade hemp seed and oil.
The US Department of Health and Human Services receives a patent for the therapeutic use of “cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants.”
President Obama signed the Farm Bill, which allowed research institutions to start piloting hemp farming.
Ojai Energetics encapsulates CBD in nano bubbles to increase bioavailability.
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