Here are 6 of the best natural remedies for arthritis to reduce inflammation in the body. Expensive pharmaceutical drugs are not needed.
Minnesota has now joined other states participating in the industrial hemp pilot program set forth via the relatively recently passed Farm Act.
Is marijuana legalization in the US about to happen? It seems with the action on Capitol Hill lately, that the war on marijuana is about to finally cease.
Finally, a farmer in Oregon has received the first permit to legally grow industrial hemp that has been issued by state regulators for over 75 years.
Hundreds of studies done on marijuana far exceed most FDA-backed pharmaceutical drugs, many of which have only one clinical trial.
Despite the recent legalization of cannabis in Oregon, ‘authorities’ are doing their best to squash the rising tide of support for marijuana and hemp.
Many experts call hemp one of the most nutritionally complete food sources in the world. Here are 5 health benefits of hemp seeds.
Hawaii is already researching the growth of industrial hemp as a bio-fuel with numerous uses. Are other states aiming to follow in this necessary step?
Looking for a way to prevent inflammation and cancer. Time to use these 5 immune-boosting ingredients to make your own anti-cancer smoothie.
While tuberculosis often shields itself against conventional treatments, there is another way to potentially get rid of this ailment – hemp.
Marijuana has healed those with cancer and seizures. Now, it’s time to hear how marijuana was able to help one woman overcome Crohn’s disease.
Despite government resistance, cannabis is slowly gaining the reputation it deserves – a healing plant with much medicinal value.
A village in China, Bama Yao, holds some of the oldest, healthiest people in the world. The secret is in the diet, which includes lots of hempseed.
Hemp is an amazingly beneficial plant with countless uses. Aside from being safe, here are 10 more great things about hemp you really should know.
Hemp is gaining some much-deserved attention. In fact, annual retail sales for hemp are at approximately $581 million and growing by 24% annually.
Hemp cultivation is only allowed in studies in a few states as part of the latest federal farm bill, but its widespread cultivation in still illegal. Why?
Recently, the U.S. House voted on two amendments that would prohibit the DEA from over-stepping their boundaries when it comes to hemp cultivation.