Here at we believe the opportunity exists for Americans to supplement their health and wellness regimens with naturally occurring cannabinoids derived from the industrial hemp plant stalk and seed. These natural cannabinoids, and particularly the one known as Cannabidiol or CBD have shown significant health and wellness benefits. CBD, a natural constituent of hemp oil, promotes and supports the nutritional and dietary health of aging bodies. Source: US Government Patent # 6,630,507.
Without admitting the therapeutic or potentially medicinal properties of cannabinoids, the US Government quietly holds a patent on the therapeutic use of cannabinoids. Known as the 507 patent, US Patent # 6,630,507 involves the research performed by the National Institutes of Health.
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Cannabidiol (CBD) a constituent of the hemp plant promotes and supports the dietary and nutritional health of aging bodies. US Government patent # 6,630,507
Our human bodies contain a newly discovered endocannabinoid system where we are programmed to accept these extracts from the industrial hemp plant. The cannabinoids extracted from the industrial hemp plant come in various forms, the most abundant is known as cannabidiol, or CBD. Interestingly enough endocannabinoids are found in human breast milk and are vital for proper human development (source: http://www.naturalnews.com/036526_cannabinoids_breast_milk_THC.html). Plant based cannabinoids, known as phyto-cannabinoids carry virtually identical effects to our own, human cannabinoids that are produced by the human body. You can supplement your dietary needs with CBD (http://www.sci.sdsu.edu/classes/psychology/psy760/readings/Fride.pdf). http://csglobe.com/high-on-health-cannabinoids-in-the-food-supply/.
The Life of Hemp
Legalized in over 30 industrialized nations, industrial hemp is perhaps the most mis-understood plant in America http://www.hemp.com/hemp-university/growing-hemp/countries-growing-hemp/ .
Hemp, being a cousin to the marijuana plant was banned in the US with the Marijuana Tax Reform Act of 1937 http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/reason-hemp-is-illegal.html.
Repealed for a brief period during World War II (see: Hemp for Victory http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jokV8xlJTNE) the plant, although it contains little, if any, of the psycho-active ingredient (THC) has fallen victim to its close resemblance to marijuana. Legal to import, we in the United States import nearly $500 million worth of hemp products each year.
Our country’s Founding Fathers would be mortified. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were all hemp farmers http://www.hemp-technologies.com/page33/page33.html. For a period of time, it was mandated that hemp be grown – one could even pay their taxes with hemp http://bkcreative.hubpages.com/hub/Hemp-Growing-Was-Once-Required-By-Law. From industrial hemp a rare but incredible compound can be extracted – known as CBD or cannabidiol. CBD is well adapted to our recently discovered endo-cannabinoid system to provide many people with health and wellness benefits.