Hemp Sites


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    Popular Hemp Sites 

  1. Hempology - Hemp History Features historical documents, photos and info relating to hemp. An excellent resource with a lot of hard to find information.
  2. North American Industrial Hemp Council The comprehensive informational source for the North American hemp industry. Learn about industrial hemp and its many uses. Banning the growing of this product is like banning both corn and cotton.
  3. Vote Hemp Registers voters online, provides online voter guide, educates about Industrial Hemp, and sends email Action Alerts.
  4. President Bush Names Director of the Office of Drug Control Policy From the White House, Office of the Press Secretary.
  5. TestPledge Trace THC standards for shelled hempseed and hemp oil. TestPledge alleviates concerns by consumers that eating hemp nut (the inner "nut" that remains after the seed shell is removed) or hemp oil products may cause confirmed positive drug tests for marijuana.
  6. DEA Clarifies Status of Hemp in the Federal Register Drug Enforcement Administration News Release.
  7. The Drug War Comes to the Rez Alex White Plume planted a field full of industrial-grade hemp hoping that his crop might lift his family and community out of poverty. Then the DEA came to Pine Ridge. By Leora Broydo, Mother Jones.
  8. SaveHemp.org The DEA is proposing new regulatory language that would allow it to prohibit people from importing hemp products into the United States. This website opposes these proposed regulations and encourages readers to do something about it.


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