Recent Examples of hemp from the Web
The police at first attempted to stop this, but their efforts were useless and the hemp was soon stored in pockets as souvenirs.
But to refer to it as Zea; that would be analogous to using the word cannabis to describe hemp and marijuana.
With all the nondairy milks on the market (almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, hemp milk . .
The head of a company that owns hemp and cannabis operations in southern Nevada said the regulatory move can't come soon enough.
For example, because there's evidence that hemp was used as a filtration mechanism, Off Color was planning to replicate the technique.
Murphy is a member of Eckert Seamans’ Regulated Substances Group, which advises clients involved in the retail sale of marijuana for medical use: The legality of CBD hemp or cannabis oil can be confusing.
A variety of creamy bases made of fruit, nut butters, rice, soy and even hemp have elevated vegan ice cream among vegans, vegetarians and health-conscious meat-eaters alike.
At 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, elements of the outdoors are infused into each room, with every detail meticulously engineered to meet the highest standards of eco-consciousness, right down to the hemp-blend mattresses and organic sheets.
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Origin and Etymology of hemp
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of hemp for English Language Learners
: a plant that is used to make thick ropes and some drugs (such as hashish and marijuana)
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