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

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

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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.

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  • Author: Mark Bourrie
  • Publisher: Key Porter Books
  • Date of Publishing: August 2003
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15.2 x 1.4 cm
  • Pages: 160
  • Weight: 230g
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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. It also covers how hemps cousin, cannabis sativa, is used as an effective medical therapy for a variety of diseases including multiple sclerosis, glaucoma and cancer.

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