Hemp History and Health

There is a lot to learn about the historical Hemp plant. Hemp is a superior super-food and resource. There are many ways to eat Hemp as food including the sprouts, eating the raw buds, or eating the hemp seed. People can can live longer, healthier lives with cannabis, without any meat, no fish and no dairy. Hemp provides a nutritionally balanced diet to maintain good health, meat eating, fish and dairy don't provide a properly balanced diet. Hemp seeds in a blender can make Hemp Milk, add some vanilla bean or be creative. Cannabis has been known through history as the best medicine on earth, cannabis is anti-aging, full of anti-oxidants with so many medicinal uses.


Its almost endless what Hemp can provide, Hemp can provide superior energy and fuel to alternatives, oil, and tens of thousands of biodegradable products. Hemp fuel can create a cleaner energy source that can make poisonous forms of energy that are poisoning the planet obsolete. Hemp can even remove radioactive waste from the soil. Hemp helps detoxify and regenerate the soil. Falling leaves replenish the soil with nutrients, nitrogen, and oxygen. This rich organic mulch promotes the development of fertile grassland.


Basics of Growing

Sprouting Cannabis/Hemp seeds is as easy as planting them in the soil and watering them daily, the seeds may take up to a week to sprout or longer. You can also leave seeds in jar filled with water and left away from light.

Cannabis Oil Cures Cancer


Run from the Cure Documentary (Youtube)
Phoenix Tears - Promoting Hemp Oil as a natural healing agent
Phoenix Tears - Make the Medicine
Dr. Melamede
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Renewable Energy from Hemp


Hemp biomass has been used for energy for centuries, and even longer. There are many strains of cannabis/hemp that have yet to be tested, with your help cannabis prohibition can come to an end and it will be possible to provide more information how much energy can come from hemp per acre with evidence and strain types.

  • University of Connecticut Study "The hemp biodiesel showed a high efficiency of conversion - 97 percent of the hemp oil was converted to biodiesel"
  • Hemp grows without any pesticides, herbicides and no chemicals which saves energy, in comparison think of all the dangerous cancer causing pesticides grown with corn that harvests less than hemp
  • Diesel, Ethanol, methanol, methane gas, and gasoline without sulfur can be derived from biomass made from hemp (Diesel is 129,500 BTU/gal - Ethanol is 84,530 Btu/gal)
  • Hemp can produce 10 tons of biomass per acre every four months (Biomass has a heating value of 5000-8000 BTU/lb)
  • Hemp harvests the more energy per acre compared to alternatives, hemp has a high cellulose content
  • Hemp pellets can replace wood pellets for stoves and boilers which are common
  • Hemp is one of the only plants that can be harvested year-around in states like California, or Florida for example
Diesel engine's have many advantages over gasoline, diesel fuel contains more energy than gasoline, diesel engine's are more efficient with less maintenance and last longer. It's your choice, some people convert their gas cars to run on ethanol or E85 ethanol even though there is less performance and less MPG.

Renewable Hemp Fuel can power Spacecraft and Space Stations



Rudolf Diesel who made the diesel engine to run on hemp fuel was found swimming with the fishes! Wide use of Rudolf Diesels engine would have made petroleum-based fuel obsolete. The idea was destroyed by marijuana prohibition after Rudolf Diesel's death.

Hemp can make non-toxic, stronger and longer lasting biodegradable products. Hemp is a nitrogen fixer, grows well nearly everywhere, a renewable resource, makes food, fuel, paper, rope, medicine, cosmetics, plastic, housing and much more. The first diesel fuel was made from oil pressed from hemp seeds. The seeds can be pressed and used for diesel. Leaves and stalks can be fermented and used for fuel grade alcohol. Low THC hemp plants produce less seed and ethanol per acre compared to other strains. Some strains mature in 60-90 days.

Math Proves Worlds Energy can come from Renewable Hemp Fuel


There is a lot of energy and resources being wasted in a fraudulent war on drugs. The military consumes a large amount of energy, without wars and fraud against people there would be a lot less energy consumed.
USA consumes somewhere around ~19,150,000 barrels of oil per day (bbl/day)
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2174rank.html 1800 gallons of hemp ethanol per acre=42 barrels hemp fuel (42 gallons in a barrel)

half of the arable land in USA 235 million acres
235,000,000 x 42 = 9,870,000,000 barrels hemp fuel
USA consumes ~ 7,008,900,000 barrels every year
Projected world oil consumption by 2030:
104,000,000 barrels per day x 366 days = 38,064,000,000

Worlds total arable land 13,805,153km²
half of the total arable land in the world 6902576km² x 247 acres in 1 km² = 1,704,936,272 acres

1,704,936,272 x 42 (1800gallons) = 71,607,323,424 barrels hemp fuel

So there is math proving that more than enough hemp fuel can be made to supply far more than the demand covering one of the major energy sources, so obviously not all hemp biomass should be converted into just ethanol, diesel, gasoline, pellets, I guess the markets would adapt because what if diesel cars get more popular? There might be undiscovered ways to use ethanol, diesel and other forms of hemp energy more efficiently.

Even if hemp can only produce 300 gallons of hemp fuel per acre, hemp can still provide the energy needed with more land needed.
and yes arable land could be left alone, diesel is more efficient than gas. Millions of acres of land could be restored if people shifted their unhealthy diets away from meat while eating healthier food. Meat eating is very destructive and poor animals are suffering and dying, butchers are cruel, There has been lots of evidence of animal abuse if you search on the internet or local library if that information is not censored or restricted from public view.

Anyone who does not think there is enough land to grow hemp for fuel and still grow food crops need to take a serious look at all the waste land that can be converted into arable land. Hemp and mushrooms are a great resource to convert land into arable land good for growing food crops.

Until the 1930s most paint and varnishes were made with non-toxic hemp oil

Hemp paint provides superior coating because hemp oil soaks into and preserves wood, due to its high resistance to water. Hemp oil is a good base for non-toxic printing inks. Soy is currently made into inks, but soy ink requires more processing and takes longer to dry than hemp oil based inks.

Hemp plastic is stronger than steel

Biodegradable hemp plastics could reduce landfill waste and display unique strength characteristics. Oil based plastics produce biproducts of sulfur and carbon monoxide and do not biodegrade.


Hemp can make our roads, highways and freeways from hemp based concrete: Hempcrete, is superior to concrete in many ways. Hempcrete is fireproof, waterproof, mold and Pest Resistant (NO Termites.) Hempcrete is reportedly not good for building basements, this should be investigated more, maybe Hemp plastic and Hemp fiber can help construct better basements? Hemp can also be mixed with clay to build walls. Hemp plywood is 3 times stronger than regular plywood.

Hemp production could eliminate deforestation. Hemp paper can be recycled up to 8 times where current wood pulp is only recyclable up to 3 times. Only 1 acre of hemp is said to produce more oxygen than 25 acres of current forest. Wood pellets are very common, however hemp pellets for stoves and boilers are a much better solution. Hemp can be grown locally in virtually any location, and the hemp can be processed into fuel pellets.

Our number one need is oxygen. Hemp is one of the fastest growing plants on earth that creates ozone and oxygen, breathing in CO2 that sustains the atmosphere. Ozone breathe in CO2, cool the air, attract moisture, create rain. We need to switch fuels especially with the energy demand growing. Alcohol and hemp seed oil still burn oxygen, but create it while they are growing without any sulfur while other energy sources do not create oxygen in a sustainable cycle.

Elevating carbon dioxide levels can increase growth speed a great deal, perhaps even double it. It seems that the plant evolved in primordial times when natural CO2 levels were many times what they are today. The plant uses CO2 for photosynthesis to create sugars it uses to build plant tissues. Elevating the CO2 level will increase the plants ability to manufacture these sugars and plant growth rate is enhanced considerably.

In 1937, the U.S. Treasury began taxing Cannabis under the Marijuana Tax Act at one dollar per ounce for medicinal use and one hundred dollars per ounce for recreational use. The American Medical Association (AMA) opposed this regulation of Cannabis and did not want studies of its potential medicinal benefits to be limited. In 1942, Cannabis was removed from the U.S. Pharmacopoeia because of continuing concerns about its safety. In 1951, Congress passed the Boggs Act, which included Cannabis with narcotic drugs for the first time.
Source: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannabis/patient/Page2#Section_3
In 1937, the same year of the Marihuana Tax Act, DuPont had just patented processes for making plastics from oil and coal, as well as a new sulfate/sulfite process for making paper from wood pulp. Coincidence?

Cannabis Antique's



Cannabis Medicine Links

Patent 6630507 Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants
Dr. Melamede
U.S. National Library of Medicine - Growing database Worldwide PubMed articles on Cannabinoids including THC curing Cancer
Research has shown that heavy cannabis users Develop tolerance to the impairing effects of THC on neurocognitive functions.

Other Links
Antique Cannabis Book
How to Make a Rooting Tonic
How to save your own seeds
Production of Gasoline and Diesel from Biomass via Fast Pyrolysis
Atikokan Generating Station shows Coal powered plants can be converted to burn biomass
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