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We stock the widest range of books on the wonders of the Hemp plant in Europe; cookbooks packed with ethical and tasty recipes, brilliant insights on the construction capabilities of Hemp, comprehensive educational books, farming tips,' complete histories and thought provoking resources.


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  1. Hemp Horizons: The Comeback of the World's Most Amazing Plant

    What happened to hemp? With the pages of this book, John Roulac examines this question as the world looks to sustainable solutions to the world fuel problem. Worldwide demand for hemp food, materials and fuel is booming, spawning a new breed of marketplace where environmental sustainability is first priority.

  2. Hemp Masters: Ancient Hippie Secrets for Knotting Hip Hemp Jewellery

    The Hemp Masters knotting guide is a simple, easy-to-follow, instructional manual for creating unique hemp jewelry. Author Max Lunger’s introduction provides definitions of the terms used in the book and facts about hemp.

  3. Hempathy - Food For Thought - Ivan Artucovich

    In the modern world, cartoons tell the story fast and easily. What is the point of words when full, rich pictures can do the job perfectly and humorously. “For anyone new to the world of medical marijuana, Hempathy will ease the transition.

  4. The Hemp Manifesto: 101 Ways that Hemp Can Save our World

    All around the world the magical hemp plant is creating industries for food, fuel, clothing, housing and paper that are beneficial to both humanity and the environment. Included in this book are a collection of the most surprising and eye-opening facts about the plant.

  5. Hemp: A short history of the most misunderstood plant and its uses and abuses

    Hemp is a lively, engaging book that explores the history of this controversial plant, including the ongoing struggle for reclaiming its legitimacy, the cultivation of the plant before it was banned in 1935. It reveals the surprising details of these and many more fascinating facts. It explores hemp's history and examines its future as a renewable and profitable resource.

  6. The Hemp Handbook - Gisela Schreiber

    The Hemp Handbook demythologises Cannabis sativa and its by-products and explains clearly and simply how it can be used in day to day life. The book includes numerous easy-to-use recipes for natural hair and skincare products and healthy eating, as well as detailed information on how to benefit from marijuana's medical benefits, especially for people with AIDS, cancer, glaucoma and asthma.

  7. Hemp: Lifeline to the Future: The Unexpected Answer for Our Environmental and Economic Recovery

    An easy-to-read, highly documented work, Hemp: Lifeline to the Future is the most comprehensive book on the uses, history, and politics of cannabis ever assembled. It looks at detailed industrial applications of cannabis hemp, the medical and nutritional uses of the plants flowers and seeds, and the controversies around marijuana.

  8. A Modern Introduction to Hemp: From Food to Fibre

    A Modern Introduction to Hemp Food and Fibre- past, present and future is a well researched, easy to read introduction to the many uses of the industrial hemp plant by one of the world's leading hemp experts.

  9. The Hempcrete Book: Designing and building with hemp-lime

    The Hempcrete Book is a detailed practical manual for architects, surveyors, professional builders and self-builders. It explains how to source and mix hempcrete and how to use it in new builds and restoration. In colour throughout, fully illustrated with beautiful photographs, this book provides a full explanation of construction techniques, highlighting potential pitfalls and how to avoid them.

  10. The Emperor Wears No Clothes - Jack Herer

    Jack Herer has updated his authoritative history of hemp's myriad uses and of the war on this plant, just as it has become high-profile news, with supporters such as Woody Harrelson and Willie Nelson. Herer thoroughly documents the petrochemical industry's plot to outlaw this renewable source of paper, energy, food, textiles, and medicine.

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