HOW CANN IT BENEFIT? …Peace

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6326553

HELPS WITH DEPRESSION AND VARIOUS MENTAL DISORDERS

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis. It does not appear to alter consciousness or trigger a “high.” A recent surge in scientific publications has found preclinical and clinical evidence documenting value for CBD in some neuropsychiatric disorders, including epilepsy, anxiety, and schizophrenia. Evidence points toward a calming effect for CBD in the central nervous system. Interest in CBD as a treatment of a wide range of disorders has exploded, yet few clinical studies of CBD exist in the psychiatric literature.

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ELIMINATE PETROLEUM DEPENDANCE

from https://www.hemphelps.org/hemp-over-petroleum/

According to the US Department of Energy, “The burning of fossil fuels produces around 21.3 billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, but it is estimated that natural processes can only absorb about half of that amount, so there is a net increase of 10.65 billion tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide per year.” This emission of carbon dioxide enhances radiative forcing and contributes to global warming, causing the average surface temperature of the Earth to rise in response, which causes major adverse effects on the environment.

The survival of humanity is in dire need of a global movement toward renewable energy.  Hemp is the super-plant that can be processed into a biofuel and reduce global greenhouse gas emissions at the same time!

hemphelps.org

An increasing number of companies, financial institutions, and governments are acknowledging their role in the deforestation economy and have begun to make public commitments to prevent deforestation in agricultural supply chains.

In September 2014, members of governments, companies, indigenous communities and civil society met to sign the New York Declaration on Forests, committing to support the goal to remove deforestation from agricultural production by 2020. This agreement mirrors an earlier pledge by the Consumer Goods Forum, a global alliance of 400 companies, to achieve zero net deforestation supply chains by 2020.

Similar commitments have been made within the financial community, most notably through the Banking Environment Initiative. However, while these leaders have acknowledged the reputational, legislative and operational risks posed by deforestation, many have yet to act to ensure the commodities they produce or procure do not contribute to further loss of tropical forests.

hempbizjournal.com

STOP WIDESPREAD DEFORESTATION

An increasing number of companies, financial institutions, and governments are acknowledging their role in the deforestation economy and have begun to make public commitments to prevent deforestation in agricultural supply chains.

In September 2014, members of governments, companies, indigenous communities and civil society met to sign the New York Declaration on Forests, committing to support the goal to remove deforestation from agricultural production by 2020. This agreement mirrors an earlier pledge by the Consumer Goods Forum, a global alliance of 400 companies, to achieve zero net deforestation supply chains by 2020.

Similar commitments have been made within the financial community, most notably through the Banking Environment Initiative. However, while these leaders have acknowledged the reputational, legislative and operational risks posed by deforestation, many have yet to act to ensure the commodities they produce or procure do not contribute to further loss of tropical forests.

from https://www.hempbizjournal.com/legalize-hemp-to-reduce-deforestation/


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