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Industrial Hemp ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Nathaniel, Rhys and Yolanda share their passion for the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of growing, processing and using industrial hemp. Not to be confused with its `cousin` plant marijuana, licensed industrial hemp (in this case cannabis sativa) must be grown to contain a level of less than 0.2% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) - the psychoactive constituent of cannabis. This versatile plant only takes 4 months to mature and the whole plant can be used - roots, stems, leaves, buds and seeds for food, clothing and supplements eg the fibres for fabric and the seeds for oils. The seeds are high in protein and contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids eg health-promoting anti-oxidants and omega 3. The hemp we see here is produced on the South Downs but there are various varieties to suit different climates and soil conditions. http://www.vitalityhemp.com/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Skills ~ On: 9 May, 2017

38 comments so far

N V
July 25, 2018

HAHAHAA, you clearly read misinformation and then make it the truth. She has been in this sector/ areas for years, so has Nathaniel, but apparently you know better. No Hemp Is Not the same as Marijuana, they both come the same Sativa plant which is one variety, but are totally different strains. Hemp naturally has a very low THC level, with most from years ago having around 3% THC, but due to changes in the law and the fact that they legalised it back in 193 in the UK, they started to realise the benefits of the low THC and so kept on pushing a lower legal level from 3% to 1.5% to 1% then 0.3% to now 0.2%. It is NOT the same as a high THC Sativa plant, it more beneficial and amazing for well being. Ive used it for a few years now and have recommended it to friends and family who love it and they were the same as you, rather ignorant before they did Proper research. CBD is not psychoactive, Ive smoked weed for years and after taking CBD 5% then 10% and now 25% believe me its not, I dont get high neither does my friends and family who take it, so clearly misinformation from a deliberate source, still trying to tarnish the benefits and the potential for a sustainable future for us and future generations, its a gimmick and your in with them by promoting this rubbish.

Dillon Andrews
August 7, 2018

does hemp smell like skunk/marijuana?

Miss O.P.
August 26, 2018

why are they pulling out the root?

CORNHUSK MCGRAW
September 18, 2018

Lmmfao

Mark Stevens
September 28, 2018

This chick talks like she high.

ok ok
December 13, 2018

stop smoke crack and shake that ass

CD hugo
December 22, 2018

God also invented Telegram scams and rape. both should be illegal. but yeah, why is this illegal?

Sonda Randolph
January 11, 2019

what country is this?

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