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Hemphatic Book Recommendations
   Advances in Hemp Research
   The Emperor Wears No Clothes
   The Great American Hemp Industry 
   Hemp:Lifeline to the Future 
   Hemp Horizons 
   Industrial Hemp 
   A Modern Introduction to Hemp


History of Hemphatic Life
  Timeline of man's hemp usage
   Hemp:New Billion Dollar Crop
   

Hemp Uses Chart

Hemphatic Clothing / Textiles

Hemphatic Nutrition
   Nutritional comparisons with other foods
   The World of Hemp as Food
      Healthy Hemp Bread Day in Minneapolis
   Hemp Cookbooks
      Galaxy Global Cookbook
      Hemp Cookbook: From Seed to Shining Seed
   

Hemphatic Hair & Skin Care
   Body Care Ingredients, Good & Bad
      Hemphasis researches what we put on our skin
  

Hemphatic Building Material
   Rebuilding in a developing world
   Hemp Plastics Show Their Mettle
   Lakota Hempcrete Project
   Hemcrete® and hempcrete houses

Hemphatic Fuel / Energy

Hemphatic Paper
   Why hemp paper? I thought wood was best.
      Can hemp replace trees as a major source for paper?
      Hemphasis makes paper

Hemphatic Plastics

Hemphasis on the Environment

Hemphasis on the Economy
     Hemp: A good choice for farmers

Hemphatic Politics
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      Why politicians oppose hemp
      Interview with cannabis Sativa L.
   Political Facts ~ Who gets to do what to whom?
      Hemphasis harvests and manufactures with hemp
      HIA defeats DEA in court
      Various state hemp legislation

   North Dakota legislature tells DEA "Kiss off!"


Notable Hemphasists
   Alex White Plume
   Lisa Benjamin
   Barbara Fillipone
   Agua Das


Hemphasis in South Dakota
   We plant hemp in capitol flowerbeds in 2002

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Hemphatic Odds 'n' Ends

Hempenings: Hemp use advances
   

hemp is biodegradable

Cartoon in LOOK, June 23 1959

Ron Kiczenski asks a federal judge to consider whether legislatures really have the right to outlaw a plant. This series of court documents chronicles the progress of a civil lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice on the constitutional grounds that religion is what we do and we have the right to do it our way with tools provided us by God.

There's a lot of reading in this series, and most of it is image files rather than text you can copy and paste. The images are sized to print out on letter-sized paper at 72ppi.

Kiczenski's is just one of many skirmishes fought in the courts over cannabis. Most use a different approach. None have accomplished much that's apparent. Not many of them expose so well the raving lunacy of those who defend the federal ban on industrial hemp.

Take a half hour sometime and start looking at this "conversation" among Ron Kiczenski, a rather naive US Attorney, and a couple of judges who apparently enjoy jerking folks around (not that we think we've discovered a rarity among the breed). We bet you'll end up spending hours, and emailing your friends to look, too. The case is not over yet.


Excerpt from US Attorney's brief. This is what happens when government
defines religion, education, economics, justice, or anything else. 

Ron Kiczenski sent Bill Clinton 12 ounces of cannabis. 
Watch the TV News coverage of what happened then.
Kiczenski asks Dept. of Interior to declare hemp an endangered species.
 

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