On this page you will find everything you need to know related to Hemp and CBD. We look in-depth at the working of these natural plants and extracts and real life purposes and benefits they provide. Hemp has a variety of uses such as food and nutrition, Fabrics and textiles, Body care, Fuel and plastic alternatives to name a few.
Furthermore as of the past 10 years the benefits of CBD have grown into a world wide discovery as it has been helping people across the world with a variety of ailments. CBD has been known to relieve pain*, reduce anxiety and depression*, alleviate cancer symptoms*, reduce acne*, possible neuroprotective properties*, improve heart health* and many more.
Be sure to read our guides so you can learn everything you can about these products on your visit to NAIHC today.
- Please note these are not facts and are only based upon our current research and shared user experiences.
Natural remedies are quickly becoming an accepted mode of treatment. This is mostly because they don’t pose the risk of ...Read More
Although commonly referred to as CBD, this is actually an abbreviation for Cannabidiol which is one out of 60 naturally ...Read More
May 16, 2014 – Kentucky’s lawsuit to force the federal government to release 250 pounds of seized industrial hemp seeds ...Read More
HEMP By Lyster H. Dewey--Botanist in Charge of Fiber Plant Investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. INTRODUCTION. The two fiber-producing plants ...Read More
Introduction In the past decade, hemp has been the focus of a great deal of attention and speculation. Advocates of ...Read More
February 15, 2013 – The two-page ‘‘Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2013’’ has been introduced in both the U.S. House ...Read More
October 1, 2013 - The "California Industrial Hemp Farming Act" (SB 566) was signed into law last week by Gov ...Read More
A toxicological study was conducted to evaluate the potential conflict between extended consumption of hemp food products and workplace drug-testing ...Read More
The Hemp Plant The hemp plant is harvested for its fibers, seed, seed meal and seed oil. Hemp is a ...Read More
NAIHC Board Member Dr. Paul G. Mahlberg is a Professor of Biology (plant biology) and Senior Fellow of the Institute ...Read More