This 10 chapter feature length documentary explores all the issues surrounding cannabis hemp – its fascinating history, it’s thousands of uses, the economic and cultural forces behind its prohibition, the healing benefits of cannabinoids like THC and CBD and how humanity can benefit from a new harmonious relationship with this amazing plant.
The soils most suited to the culture of this plant are those of the deep, black, putrid vegetable kind, that are low, and rather inclined to moisture, and those of the deep mellow, loamy, or sandy descriptions.
Hemp originated in Central Asia. Throughout the early nineteenth century, Australia was an important producer for the increasing world demand for hemp.
The majority of industrial hemp in the world is grown or processed using low mechanisation and high labour inputs.
A brief explanation on Cannabis laws in each state and territory. State laws on the possession, supply and cultivation of Cannabis vary from state to state.
Hemp prefers a sufficiently deep, well-aerated soil with a pH of 6 or greater, along with good moisture and nutrient holding capacity.
The twentieth anniversary celebration of the original Earth Day focused on ways the individual citizen can reduce waste and retard pollution.
It is often said that in war the first casualty is truth. Nowhere is this more accurately seen than in the so-called war on drugs.
The removal of criminal penalties alone had little or no impact on the prevalence of drug use or drug-related health harms.
The purpose of this proposal is to allow legitimate patients to grow their own herbal Cannabis for their own consumption and be free of prosecution for doing so.