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  • A historic day for Hemp in US!


    Yesterday morning, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, along with Senators Wyden and Merkley, introduced the Hemp Farming Act, a historic bill that will reestablish industrial hemp as a major agricultural crop in America, benefiting the environment, farmers, consumers, the budding American hemp industry, and the economy in all States and Tribal Nations.

    The Hemp Farming Act will make hemp eligible for competitive grants and federal crop insurance, it will protect hemp extracts and derivatives (such as CBD), and it will remove all DEA jurisdiction over hemp and many other barriers the American hemp industry has come up against over the last few years. This truly a historic day and we hope that the UK and other countries will follow along the same path and support the hemp industry over here too!
    Our suppliers, Bluebird Botanicals are a board member of the U.S. Hemp Roundtable and had the honor and privilege to provide input on this legislation as it was drafted over the last few months. You can read the text of the bill here.  
    To find out more, join the active active Reddit r/politics discussion about the Hemp Farming Act!  


  • Growing our way out of climate change

    Awareness is rising how hemp used as building materials could contribute in mitigating climate change. 

    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ 2010 report on Low Carbon Construction concluded that construction was responsible for around 300m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, which is almost 47% of the UK’s total. If we can convert plants into building materials, we are in a win-win situation. 

    The plant acts as a carbon store, sequestering (absorbing) atmospheric CO2 for as long as the plant continues to exist. This CO2 is only re-released when the material is composted or burnt, and the great thing is that through replanting it you can re-absorb this CO2 annually, in the case of straw or hemp, or every decade or so in the case of timber, rather than the 300m years that it takes to recycle coal or oil.  Secondly, plant based materials can be used to make high performing building envelopes, protecting against external weather and making a building more comfortable, healthy and energy efficient to live in.

    Airial photo british hemp field

     Image:  Sammy Spratt from Hempire, UK 

  • WHO findings are thumbs-up for CBD


    Stakeholders advocating for cannabidiol (CBD) have crossed a second important hurdle as a preliminary evaluation of the substance by the World Health Organization (WHO) in Vienna last week produced positive findings.  “This round has ended up favorably, but the critical review of CBD will happen in May,” said Boris Baňas, board member at the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA).  The next review is expected at WHO’s 40th Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) meeting in May or June, 2018.  


    Source: HempToday -

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