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the issue of cannabis extract medicine’s curative properties

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Don’t be afraid to speak out any chance you get and tell as many people as possible about what cannabis is truly capable of.

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A New Plastic That Turns Hemp Into Almost Anything

What if plastic could be made without using fossil fuels and toxic chemicals? An Australian company has done just that, with a new type of plastic that can turn hemp fiber into pretty much anything.





Silicon Valley Tries to Alter Your Perception

of Cannabis





How Do Cannabinoids Help Me?


Cannabinoids treat the central component of the the Endocannabinoid System in humans and many animals. Cannabinoids promote homeostasis at every level of biological life. And because they don't contain the psychoactive components of THC, they don't get you high.






If Cannabis Can Kill "Incurable" Brain Cancer,

Why Is It Criminalized?


Cannabis contains a compound that may kill brain cancers that chemotherapy and radiation can't touch,

so why isn't it being used today?









Are Hemp Seeds a Good Source of Protein?


Hemp seeds resemble sesame seeds in appearance but have a nuttier flavor and a higher omega-3 fatty acid content. The seeds, when combined with other plant proteins, offer vegetarians and non-vegetarians a high-quality protein source to support good health. Find shelled hemp seeds in health food stores, usually in a refrigerated case since they are susceptible to rancidity.

Amount of Protein

Whole, hulled hemp seeds are about 33 percent protein and provide 11 g of protein per 3 tbsp. serving, or 30 g. The protein content of hemp seeds is higher than that of other nutritious seeds. Chia seeds contain about 4 g of protein per 30 g. Sesame seeds offer 5 g and pumpkin seeds offer 10 g.


Proteins consist of amino acids. Protein sources that provide all nine amino acids that the body cannot make on its own are called complete proteins. Most complete proteins come from animal foods – eggs, meat, fish and dairy. Hemp is not a complete protein, but when you combine it with other complementary proteins, including nuts, lentils, dried beans and grains, it can help you get all of these essential amino acids. In fact, the amino acid ratio of hemp seeds is closer to complete sources than many other vegetarian proteins.









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Organicly grown in Nannup

You couldn't think of a more appropriate place to grow Cannabis...

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Adopt a Plant!

Our new strategy starts to pay out

Virtually overnight people have started to get in on the idea to adopt their own Cannabis Sattiva plant...

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