Cannabis-A Convenient Truth

In an age of mass consumption, US Hemp Co stands as a hopeful vision of what is possible when we view ourselves as citizens instead of consumers. We are focused on a single goal: to focus on cooperation and community instead of competition and profits.

We are determined to help lay a foundation for a better more sustainable future for our children, grandchildren, and beyond. A return to natural resources is a return to community based economies, non-toxic, biodegradable products, closed loop carbon cycles, and a brighter tomorrow.

A hemp economy is a local economy. A local economy is sustainable, strong, and secure. The future has begun.

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Hemp Museum

 

US Hemp Co began and remains primarily an educational non profit company dedicated to starting ripples that may become waves. To fulfill our mission we opened a Hemp Museum in the heart of Santa Cruz across from the famous clock tower.

We have started and supported many projects aimed at showing the reality of using hemp instead of synthetics to produce superior and eco freindly products.

We are a community of surfers of all types who ride the waves of change. Some of us surf the web, some of us surf water, land, and air. . . We all contribute in shifting our collective consciousness through our art, music, and action.

We have now moved online to take advantage of the communication and collaboration which is changing the world. Become part of the change by starting a blog and sowing some seeds

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Hemp Future

 

Many new and exciting ways to use hemp emerged out of the Hemp Musuem and the Hemp Horizons gift shop. We attracted folks from all walks who were wanting and willing to help get a sustainble future started. We were able to develop some wonderful products as a result of community involvement.

The hemp surfboard, hemp bike, hemp furniture, hemp artists canvas, and hemp band T's are the just the beginning. By spreading the word we have been able to sow many seeds that just need your imagination and efforts to become reality. We have put on a very small display of what is possible.

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The Future of Hemp Has Begun

 

From hemp seeds, hemp wood, hemp fibers, hemp oil, and more hemp seeds… industrial hemp is here. Cannabis for food, medicine and industrial materials is just the beginning. A new era is upon us that will lead to a wider use of Cannabis for hemp home building, hemp plastics, hemp clothing, hemp composites, and more. Many products are already gaining popularity, like raw hulled hemp seeds, hemp milk, hemp granola and hemp beer. 

 

It is said that the present is pregnant with the future.” – Voltaire

 

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Knowing What Semillas Can Help You With

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by GDJVJ

Many people consume semillas or what we called as cannabis seeds. The main purpose of consuming cannabis is to get high. There are some medical benefits of cannabis or semilla and those who acquire it sometimes find it difficult to get rid of this drug. If you want the medical benefits of cannabis then you should be one suffering from an illness and first should be diagnosed by the real doctor, and if he thinks cannabis will help you, then he will prescribe or allow you to use this drug. However, this is something that is specific in the state law.

It’s very simple, if you are diagnosed with an illness that requires cannabis then you need to have a prescription from a doctor so that you will have to get your symptoms alleviated. However, you will be in different options about the treatment of your condition and it relies on the state you belong to.

First and foremost, if you like to get rid of such condition then you require having a letter of recommendation from your doctor to a dispensary or grow shop that offers you semillas. Therefore when you visit to such dispensary, they will keep a copy of your letter and you are given semillas or pot for your requirement. In case, if you move out and have to purchase them from another location, you also require having your doctor’s note on this also.

If you want to benefit from cannabis, you require having letter from your doctor along with a health department forms that need to filled in first, and send it your state government. Once done, you will get to receive a special card. With this green card, you can purchase pot from grow shop or dispensary in your country. This is how you can get to purchase cannabis for your medical needs. But sometimes the procedures may differ depending on the state law or state you are living in. But what is essential for you to get the pot is actually have a condition that demands you to use cannabis.

With a green card, you may somewhat think of pot legalizing thing but there is nothing as such. Besides, you get to have only a few ounces of cannabis for your medical needs only. Your letter of recommendation is very much essential if you like to purchase cannabis for your medical needs. You should remember that possession of cannabis for personal use is not allowed by the law of state.

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The Real Reason why Marijuana is Illegal & Ron Paul’s Industrial Hemp Bill – Daily DOOOOOM 020

A new bill was presented to congress by Ron Paul… to make industrial hemp legal. This is a no brainer. There are so many uses for industrial hemp. This is the reason it is illegal, not because you can smoke it. I fully support medicinal marijuana but I support industrial hemp, moreso.

Maybe this episode should have been #420, but that’s a long time from now.
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Statement Introducing the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, HR 1831

http://paul.house.gov/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1863&Itemid=60

Seven Great Uses for Hemp

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2010/04/perfect-plant-7-great-uses-industrial-hemp.php

Why is Marijuana Illegal?

http://www.drugwarrant.com/articles/why-is-marijuana-illegal/

Harry J Anslinger

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_J._Anslinger

Obama’s Sudden, Senseless Assault on Medical Marijuana

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-morgan/obama-medical-marijuana_b_857852.html

Hemp Hemp Hooray,The Growing Industrial Hemp Market 1999

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LC Luxuries Limited Acquires Domain CannaCare.com ? Begins Building Nationwide Healthcare Related Marketing Engine for Cannabis Industry

Costa Mesa, CA — October 4, 2010 (GLOBENEWSWIRE) — LC LUXURIES LIMITED (OTCPK: LLUX) (the “Company”) today announced that it has acquired the domain name CannaCare.com and will begin developing CannaCare.com as its nationwide physician marketing engine as it relates to the cannabis industry. Development is underway and the Company anticipates the site operational by the end of the year. Bonni Goldstein, MD, a board member for LC Luxuries Limited, will be materially involved with the content and direction of CannaCare.com.

Dr. Goldstein states: “The information available to the public today about the application of medicinal cannabis is fragmented and confusing. Our goal is to consolidate accurate information and provide a website that is relevant, informative, educational and objective.”

Doug Francis, CEO of the Company states: “CannaCare.com will focus on premium content designed for patients who are learning about medical cannabis, a basically untouched segment in the industry. Through CannaCare.com, we are confident Dr. Goldstein will create content that will be the gateway for thousands of patients, healthcare providers and individuals seeking clarity about cannabis.”

Jim Pakulis, President of the Company concurs: “CannaCare.com is a significant piece of our cannabis internet vertical. We are excited to have the opportunity to build a system that is educational for the consumer and beneficial to our shareholders.”

About LC Luxuries Limited
LC Luxuries Limited (OTCPK: LLUX), a Nevada based company with headquarters in Newport Beach, California, was in the business of selling beauty products such as; makeup and perfume on the internet through its website makeup.com. As a result of the sale of certain domain names, the company is now developing a new website and seeking new business opportunities and effective February 1, 2010 the company is in the development stage.

About U.S. Cannabis, Inc.
U.S. Cannabis, Inc. is a Nevada corporation and is committed to the management of medical clinics for the lawful diagnosis and treatment of patients that may derive benefit from medical marijuana treatments.

About World Market Media
WorldMarketMedia.com (The Global Online Investment Community) is a high traffic stock market, news data website providing cutting edge new media products and services to publicly traded companies worldwide. Our Editor’s Desk authors insightful real-time coverage on the economy, the capital markets and their listed companies. WMM Research Group has the unique ability to combine media and robust journalism with unbiased in-depth research in the SmallCap markets.

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Certain statements contained herein are “forward-looking statements” (as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995). LC Luxuries Limited cautions that statements made in this news release relating to the change of control and new business direction constitute forward-looking statements and makes no guarantee of future performance. Forward-looking statements are based on estimates and opinions of management at the time statements are made. These statements may address issues that involve significant risks, uncertainties, estimates and assumptions made by management. Actual results could differ materially from current projections or implied results. LC Luxuries Limited undertakes no obligation to revise these statements following the date of this news release.

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Harvesting my Homegrown Cannabis!

Infusing GoPro footage of harvesting my sativa houseplant while talking about when and where I bought my glass, a recent conviction of a doctor, and trimming as a career. With a little help from my friends, the Jack 47 was cut down, trimmed up, and hung up to dry.

The tunes are from a subscriber, used with permission, and because it’s chill.

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I am a medical marijuana patient; Amendment 20 of the Colorado constitution allows for cannabis use for medical purposes. Amendment 64 allows for consumption of cannabis because I want to.

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Medical marijuana could be Jamaicas economic legacy, says businessman Joe Issa


(PRWEB) February 13, 2015

Executive Chairman of Cool Group, Joe Issa, says medical marijuana could be Jamaica’s economic legacy, according to an article in the North Coast Times newspaper published on January 9, 2015 at http://www.northcoasttimesja.com/?p=2331.

Issa made the comments as the authorities now look to taking the next step in 2015, of legalizing marijuana for the purpose of making medical and other products that can be monetized. Issa’s heightened expectation is also shared by others, as is expressed in The Gleaner newspaper’s Letter of the Day titled, Is It Ganja To Our Rescue?

Published on January 15, 2015 at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner /2015 0115/letters/ letters 1.html, the author says Jamaicans are captivated by a high, not that which comes from smoking marijuana, but “by another high which comes from their eager expectation for the legalisation of marijuana and the economic transformation they envision from its large-scale production for export and the development and manufacture of products, especially for medicinal purposes.”

Ganja reform has remained an elusive dream for many years until 2014, when the promise was made by business savvy Justice Minister, Mark Golding who, along with two long-time friends which include the current National Security Minister, Peter Bunting, founded a hugely successful and award-winning investment banking house, which was reputable, progressive and innovative (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Murcott_Bunting).

In the article titled, Jamaica: Government Promises Relaxation Of Ganja Possession Laws by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director June 13, 2014 at http://blog.norml.org/2014/06/13/jamaica-government-promises-relaxation-of-ganja-possession-laws/, Golding said “Parliament was in favour of legislating to expunge the criminal records of persons with minor marijuana convictions” and that “additional legislative efforts are also underway to develop a legal framework which will allow the emergence of medical ganja and industrial hemp industries in Jamaica.”

Last year October, Golding steered the Jamaican Parliament into passing the Criminal Records (Rehabilitation of Offenders) (Amendment) Act 2014 and by year-end had legislation drafted to make the possession of small quantities of ganja a non-arrestable, ticketable infraction, and allow the possession and use of ganja for scientific research, religious and medical purposes, says the government’s news agency, Jamaica Information Service, in its year in review of the Justice Ministry’s ganja reform legislative agenda, at jis.gov.jm.

Talking to the North Coast Times newspaper in an interview about the highly anticipated next step of legalizing medical marijuana by the Jamaican parliament and what that will mean for the country, Issa says “it may be the country’s economic legacy,” calling it “a once-in-a-life-time opportunity” which, when comes along “must be grabbed, nurtured, protected, administered and monetized.”

However, many like Issa think the move has taken too long, coming 40 years after Jamaican reggae icon Peter Tosh sang “Legalize It”. Issa laments that Jamaica is behind the United States in medical marijuana, an industry that could turn the Jamaican economy around by providing significant income for farmers and others in the value chain, jobs for people and money in government coffers through taxes, which cannot be levied as long as marijuana remains illegal.

Currently, some 14 US states have legalized marijuana, and over-the-counter sales is already a booming industry, leading Issa to posit that Jamaica could be left behind in the race and may even have to import marijuana from the US, unlike which, Jamaica has few natural resources other that bauxite, and depends largely on tourism and agriculture to provide jobs for its people and infrastructure.

Issa’s position is supported, from as early as 2001, by Jamaica’s National Commission on Ganja which, among other recommendations in its report published at http://www.cannabis-med.org/science/Jamaica. htm, says “in order that Jamaica be not left behind, a Cannabis Research Agency be set up, in collaboration with other countries, to coordinate research into all aspects of cannabis, including its epidemiological and psychological effects, and importantly as well its pharmacological and economic potential, such as is being done by many other countries, not least including some of the most vigorous in its suppression.”

In its preface, the Commission report of 2001, which recommends decriminalizing ganja for personal, private use by adults and for use as a sacrament for religious purposes, says “for well over a hundred years, ganja has become the subject of considerable debate and investigation, beginning with the much celebrated India Hemp Commission of 1894, which was followed by no fewer than ten landmark Commissions and studies.”

The 2001 report is said to have come following “exhaustive consultation and inquiry involving some 400 persons from all walks of life, including professional and influential leaders of society”, and the favourable sentiments expressed about marijuana by Jamaicans, were found to be consistent with those of similar studies in the US, which show that 70% of Americans believe marijuana must be legal for medical purposes, while 53% support the drug being given the same recognition as alcohol, and most of them say it should be accessible to adults, according to figures stated by noted advocate, Dr Ethan Nadelmann in a Gleaner newspaper article published on December 19, 2014 at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20141219/lead/lead91.html.

Professor Nadlemann, who is the executive director of the New York-based Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), the leading body promoting drug policies grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights in the US believes, like Issa, that Jamaica is far behind on medical research on ganja and that “if something isn’t done soon, Jamaica could find itself importing ganja from the United States in the next 10 years,” says another article posted on December 15, 2014 at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/latest/article.php?id=57236.

Known for his outspokenness on the issue, Hadlemann says half of the US has now made marijuana legal for medicinal purposes and millions of Americans are now receiving the drug through recommendations from medical doctors. He says there are also thousands of dispensaries, shops and stores selling marijuana legally, with millions of dollars in tax revenues going into US government coffers, as has been expressed by Issa to be the potential outcome for Jamaica when ganja is legalized.







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Planet Hemp – Mantenha o Respeito

MANTENHA O RESPEITO

D2 e preste atenção
Portas se abrem e aumentam o poder da visão
Isso é o meu compromisso
E se eu fumo ninguém tem nada com isso,
Não, não preciso da sua postura
A minha segurança eu faço na cintura
Um hipócrita vai e os valores não caem
É tanto preconceito que eu não aguento mais
Se você tem amor pelo que tem no peito
D2 mas mantenha o respeito

Eu canto dig dig dig
E o que acontece eu vou contar
Quando eu fumo marijuana como eu fico: chapado
Além do que me acontece de me chapar faz olhar
Me fascina, me ilumina deixa a cabeça no lugar
“No body move, nobody get hurt”
Ninguém se move e ninguém se machucará então
“Nobody move, nobody get hurt”
Respeito é bom e mantém os dentes no lugar
Eu fumo porque eu quero sentir os efeitos do ragga
Porque quem gosta disso já nasce no sangue,
Rapá eu ouço yelow, buju banton, cutty ranks e shabba
Porque eles querem me impedir de fazer fumaça então
Se liga meu irmão essa é a situação
Sinta o groove do ragga o peso do refrão
(refrão)
amigo faça aquilo que é direito
acabe agora com seu preconceito
se voce tem amor pelo
(Enquanto uns choram outros vem e os devoram
O meu pensamento não é como o seu
Tabaco ou maconha, o que te envergonha
Eu não sou menos digno porque fumo maconha
Me contem, me contem aonde eles se escondem
Atrás de leis que não favorecem vocês
Então por que não resolvem de uma vez
Ponham as cartas na mesa e discutam essas leis
Planet Hemp, meu irmão, os criminosos ?
Porque eu luto pelos direitos dos nossos, não !
Pessoas inocentes morrem e vão pruma gelada
Eu ouço ” bang bang ” e não vou fazer nada ?
Tem que parar com isso acabar com essa matança
Enquanto tem gente morrendo tem outros enchendo a pança
Mas se você quer brigar ponha a barba de molho
Comigo é dente por dente,meu irmão, olho por olho
Se você tem amor pelo que que tem no peito
D2 mas mantenha o respeito

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