CHECKOUT GREEN POWER SOLAR PANEL’S WEBSITE!!

Green Power Solar Panel has a website! Be sure to checkout & read the solar panel information that is provided throughout the entire site! Look at the new pictures, watch the new videos and read the newest blogs! http://greenpowersolarpanel.com/

Green Power Solar Panel is a local business in Paris, TN & has portable 5Watt & 8Watt solar panels available!

5Watt Solar Panels $75
8Watt Solar Panels $110
USB LED Lightbulb $5

FEATURES:
Solar Panel: 5W
High Efficiency: 18.5%
Output: 5V/1A
Output Interface: USB
Size: 9in x 8in x 1.25in
Weight: 4.27 ounces
Patriot Fuel 6000 mAh battery pack
2 USB Ports: http://www.patriotmemory.com/

FEATURES:
Solar Panel: 8W
High Efficiency: 18.5%
Output: 5V/1.6A
Output Interface: USB
Size: 14.75in x 7.75in x 1.25in
Weight: 7.71 ounces
LimeFuel L156X PRO 15600 mAh
LED Flashlight
2-in-1 Micro USB Power Cable
4 USB Ports: http://www.limefuel.com/

FEATURES:
USB LED BULB
ENERGY SAVING
PORTABLE
WHITE
USB CORD LENGTH: 39 Inches

MORE INFO CAN BE FOUND HERE –> http://greenpowersolarpanel.com/solar-panel-benefits-uses/

The benefits & uses for solar panels now a days is widespread. Most everything can be charged by USB ports and can be recharged fast.

Some of the Advantages, Important Information & FAQ’s of the Green Power Solar Panel can be found below!

CHARGE ON THE GO ALL DAY POWER!

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Advantages
Light
Thin
Semi Flexible

Ideal For:
Hiking
Emergencies
Travel
Watersports
Biking
Picnics
Camping

Power Your Fun
5 Watt Power or 8 Watt Power
2 Hours Phone Charge (Sometimes way faster)
USB
Hangs
1 Year Warranty

7TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS IN PARIS: SHOPPING EXTRAVAGANZA! EXZACKLY HOW TO UTILIZE HEMP!!

BE SURE TO
Come and get all your holiday shopping done on
November 22nd (9am-5pm) & November 23rd (12pm-4pm) at the 7th Annual Christmas in Paris: Shopping Extravaganza. https://www.facebook.com/christmasinparistn

Over 60 Vendors selling something for everyone! My booth, exZACKly How to Utilize Hemp, will have jewelry & accessories made from hemp fabric/textiles as well as winter gear (scarves and hats) made from yarn !


More details of my products can be seen at 
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WIDE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM HERE –>

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HEMPTOPIA PROVIDES HIGH QUALITY HEMP PRODUCTS!

SEE MORE AT:  http://hemptopia.com/

  Hemptopia provides high quality hemp products at affordable prices with fast shipping.

  At Hemptopia we design and manufacture our own line of hemp products and distribute other high quality hemp products available here on our website.

 Hemptopia was formed in 2005 with the idea to create hemp apparel designed around comfort, functionality, durability and sustainability. We focus on the beneficial properties of hemp and design our products to hold a higher level of serviceability.

 Hemptopia specializes in hemp promotional material including hemp t-shirts, hemp hats, and reusable recycled hemp bags. All of our hemp promotional material is kept in stock in our warehouse ready to ship next day.

We strive to create quality products from hemp to benefit mankind and mother, “Earth”.

Bringing you strong, durable, and eco-friendly fabrics in a contemporary style. We are as much about comfort and functionality as we are about style and the earth friendly production of our products. We hope you enjoy what we have to offer and follow us on our mission for a new future in hemp apparel…

Hemptopia– a world enhanced by the integration of hemp fiber.

Hemptopia is located in Solvang, CA

“The Weave of the future”

EXZACKLY WHAT YOU NEED TO HEAR FEB2014 WHAT IS CBD? HEMP CANNABIDIOL

What is Hemp? exZACKly What You Need To Hear FEB 2014EXZACKLY WHAT YOU NEED TO HEAR FEB 2014 What is CBD? HEMP Cannabidiol 
Written Narrated Edited Produced & Music by ZACK MOUNT
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Disclaimer
The Information found on this page is generally available news that can be found of the cannabis and hemp industries. The information on this page is not the opinion of the web master or the page owners, but is taken from RSS feeds and posted on this site for informational purposes only. These statements are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.

COULD HEMP COMEBACK & SAVE THE COUNTRY LIKE IT DID IN WW2?

I believe hemp is the plant that will save the world and will also bring the United States out of the huge debt it has brought upon itself. The amount of categories hemp can reach is phenomenal! Hemp saved the United States back during WW2 & helped us win the war as well as many other things. Why not allow hemp to do the same thing today when we need it most! Yesterday there was an article wrote by The Paris Post Intelligencer. Be sure to spread this #GOODNEWS!

MSU researchers on forefront of new hemp crop
http://www.parispi.net/news/local_news/article_39b08bd6-26fc-11e4-83e4-001a4bcf887a.html
MURRAY, Ky. (AP) — Call it a homecoming for hemp: Marijuana’s non-intoxicating cousin is undergoing a rebirth in a state at the forefront of efforts to reclaim it as a mainstream crop.

Food and Farm Kentucky Hemp
Tony L. Brannon Murray State University Ag Dean
In this Aug. 1, 2014 photo, Tony L. Brannon, Murray State University’s agriculture dean, stands for a photo near a hemp crop at the school’s research farm in Murray, Ky. Researchers and farmers are producing the stateís first legal hemp crop in generations. Hemp has turned into a political cause in the Bluegrass state. (AP Photo/Bruce Schreiner)

HEMP STATES IN 2014

Be sure to go to http://www.votehemp.com/state.html to see which states today allow HEMP to be grown, what the rules are and how to be apart of this amazing revolution! Spread this #GOODNEWS today!

Seventeen (17) states have defined industrial hemp as distinct and removed barriers to its production. These states will be able to take immediate advantage of the industrial hemp research and pilot program provision, Section 7606 of the Farm BillCaliforniaColoradoHawaiiIndianaKentuckyMaineMissouriMontana,NebraskaNorth DakotaOregonSouth CarolinaTennesseeUtahVermontWashington, and West Virginia.

Three states (HawaiiKentucky, and Maryland) have passed bills creating commissions or authorizing research.

Nine states have passed hemp resolutions: CaliforniaColoradoIllinoisMontanaNew HampshireNew MexicoNorth DakotaVermont and Virginia.

Nine states have passed hemp study bills: ArkansasConnecticutIllinoisMaine,MinnesotaNew MexicoNorth CarolinaNorth Dakota, and Vermont. Many other states have done studies without legislative directive. A complete list of state study bill legislation and state studies may be found on our Study Bill page.

State legislators and representatives of farm policy organizations, for more information about passing a resolution in support of industrial hemp or a hemp study bill please see our Hemp Resolution and Study Bill pages.

2014 Legislative Session – U.S. State

So far in the 2014 legislative season industrial hemp legislation has been introduced or carried over in Puerto Rico and twenty-eight states: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois (carried over from 2013), Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusettes, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire (carried over from 2013), New Jersey (carried over from 2013), and new bill introduction as well, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington (two bills were carried over from 2013), West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The New Jersey bills from 2013 were passed in January of 2014, but were pocket vetoed by Governor Christie. So far in 2014 hemp bills have become law in Hawaii, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah. West Virginia also amended its existing law to remove federal approval.

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HEMP STATES in 2013

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To date (APRIL 2013), thirty-one states have introduced pro-hemp legislation and ninenteen have passed pro-hemp legislation.

Nine states (Colorado, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia) have defined industrial hemp as distinct and removed barriers to its production.

Three states (Hawaii, Kentucky, and Maryland) have passed bills creating commissions or authorizing research.

Nine states have passed hemp resolutions: California, Colorado, Illinois, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Vermont and Virginia.

Eight states have passed hemp study bills: Arkansas, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, and Vermont. Many other states have done studies without legislative directive. A complete list of state study bill legislation and state studies may be found on the Study Bill page on http://www.votehemp.com/study.html

113th Congress – U.S. Federal

Two industrial hemp bills have been introduced in the 113th Congress so far. H.R. 525, the “Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2013,” was introduced in the U.S. House on February 6, 2013 by Rep. Tom Massie. A companion bill, S. 359, was introduced in the U.S. Senate on February 14, 2013 by Senator Ron Wyden. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is an original cosponsor. The bills define industrial hemp, exclude it from the definition of “marihuana” in the Controlled Substances Act, and gives states the exclusive authority to regulate the growing and processing of industrial hemp under state law. Please see our Federal Legislation page for much more information.

http://www.votehemp.com/state.html

HEMP SPEECH ‘To Persuade’

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HEMP

General Purpose:To persuade

Specific Purpose:To persuade my audience to vote for hemp

Central Idea: Today I am here to inform you about how Industrialized hemp should and finally be realized that it is not the same as its cousin Marijuana and should be grown so our country can benefit from all of it’s wide variety of uses.

Right TO GROW Outlining

I.In my last speech I informed you about what the industrialized hemp plant actually was. So today I am here to inform you about how Industrialized hemp should and finally be realized that it is not the same as its cousin Marijuana and should be grown so our country can benefit from all of it’s wide variety of uses.

A.For some odd reason at the federal level the plant is still considered illegal, but now some states are starting to realize it’s potential and allow it to be grown.

B.This plant can be used for thousands of different things. For example, it can be used as a deterrent against certain crop diseases, as well as make extremely nutritious food, long lasting durable clothing, bio-fuel and even cars.

C.We are in a new generation and must understand how much we can benefit from nature.

II.Chris Torres who writes for the Lancaster Business states that

A.North Dakota and Maryland are a few of the states that have started organizing against the government to allow farmers to grow industrialized hemp.

1.The farmers of North Dakota and the Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson believe that the government is treating them unfairly.

2.The state is trying to get applications approved to grow hemp as long as it is monitored constantly. But the downfall is that the DEA has to agree with Johnson or the farmers could face huge penalties.

3.Maryland passed a law way back in 2000 and is the only state in the Mid-Atlantic area to approve the controlled growing of hemp to replace the growing of tobacco.

B.It is ridiculous how many different easy ways everyone can benefit from this plant that is not the same as Marijuana. Here is only a few:

1.The plant has the potential to earn up to $250 per acre according to David Munsen, a state legislator and farmer of North Dakota.

2.Munsen also says that during the wet conditions the grain crops could get the disease called Fusarium head blight. If industrialized hemp became legal it could act as a deterrent and take out this disease.

3.This disease has cost the farmers over 1 billion dollars in lost profits over the late 1990s.

4.Not only that, but the plant can also make strong clothing and nutritious foods.

5.But when the hemp plant is understood it will help out in the food and clothing industry, as well as make bio-fuel, and even cars.

C.The new hemp act trying to be passed doesn’t seem to be understood and looks like it isn’t going to get passed according to the Oser Communication Group.

1.Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California vetoed the California Industrialized Hemp Farming Act in 2007 and something similar to it the year before.

a.This bill would have allowed the controlled growing of the non-psychoactive plant that can be used to produce car parts, fuel, clothing, and even food.

b.The crops would be officially tested to make sure that there wasn’t anymore then three tenths of one percent of THC in the plant.

2.It is still amazing that the plant is illegal to grow; yet we import the product more and more every year.

a.According to VoteHemp, imports from Canada of hemp foods have increased to 300 percent over the last 2 years.

b.It is strange how over 30 industrialized nations grow and import industrialized hemp to the United States.

III.So it seems that today the DEA is the only thing stopping these hemp acts from going through although the people and farmers are for it.

A.The first step is to make sure everyone becomes informed about how Marijuana has over 20 % THC levels in it and industrialized hemp has only tenths of 1%.

1.Marijuana cannot be hidden or grown in the same fields as hemp. This has been one of the DEA’s main excuses for why we can’t grow it, because they’re afraid some farmers might throw in a few rows of Marijuana.

2.The states have the right idea and we must fight the unfair restrictions the government has placed over us.

B.Just to recap a few things that hemp can help us with:

1.Great healthy nutritious food, strong long lasting clothing, it could be used as a type of bio-fuel, and even car parts.

2.Plus, the farmers could use it as a deterrent to fight against certain crop diseases.

3.Not to mention how much money can be made from growing this plant as well. It could help individuals, plus I’m sure we could tie it into helping out the economy.

C.We are a new generation and must stand up together and fight for the right to grow this amazing plant.

1.It comes from nature and is a non-psychoactive drug that could bring pure profit to anyone as well as cut back on the loss of profit in the agriculture department.

2.We can use the plant in thousands of different ways and its time for a change.

SOURCES:

Lancaster Farming
http://www.lancasterfarming.com/node/647

Gourmet News
http://www.gourmetnews.com/index.php?p=article&id=gn200710ZDdAiW

VoteHemp
http://www.votehemp.com/renewal.html

Bio Gas Company ltd
http://www.biogascompany.co.nz/Hemp%20Details.html

Hemp Seed Shop
http://hempseedshop.com/

HEMP SPEECH ‘To Inform’

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HEMP

General Purpose:To Inform

Specific Purpose:To inform my audience about hemp

Central Idea:Today I would like to inform you about the history of hemp, how much of a necessity it used to be to the entire whole world and how the United States used it in the early days but has also banned it before.

Introduction

I.Estimates range as high as 50,000 for the number of products that could be made from hemp fiber, aka hemp cannabis oglalas.

II.Hemp is the common term for the industrial use of the Cannabis plant.

A.It has a low level of THC and a high level of CBD.

B.That makes it completely opposite from its cousin marijuana

III.It can make anything from rope, clothes, and all the way to canvas sails. It can almost be made for anything and has been for thousands of years

IV.Today I would like to inform you about the history of hemp and how much of a necessity has been to the entire whole world.

(Transition:  Let’s start with where it came from and how it was used in the early days.)

Body

I.“Cannabis hemp probably evolved in northern China.  It was the first fiber plant to be cultivated there at the dawn of society.”

A.Hemp has been one of mankind’s greatest allies and has been used ever since its discovery.

1.Asians used the hemp for ropes, shoes, early forms of paper and of course clothes.

2.This continued throughout time until the medieval era in Germany and Italy when hemp was used in food dishes, such as pies, soups, and tortes

B.Later on in Europe, hemp is a huge naval factor and became known as European hemp.

1.It was used on many explorers’ ships, for example Christopher Columbus and Napoleon himself.

(Transition:  Now that you know something about how hemp helped us out in the past, Let’s look at how we’ve used it in the United States’ history.)

II.Closer to more recent times even The Declaration of Independence was drafted by Jefferson himself on canvas paper, and the word canvas actually comes from the word cannabis.

A.During the time of slavery in our country, Kentucky’s economy was significantly focused on producing hemp on its slave plantations.

1.  Up to this point in time, hemp has been accepted as a necessity of life and used to its utmost ability.

B.Although by the turn of the century along with the Civil War, the hemp industry was nearly destroyed.

1.By then, the gigantic wooden ships were not in use and the invention of the steamship dramatically reduced the need for the excessive amount of hemp.

2.Wire cables and metal hulls replaced the hemp rope, sails and caulking and the hemp market dwindled down to only thread, twine, and cordage by the end of the century.

(Transition:  Let’s take a look of how hemp got discontinued in America.)

III.In 1937, the marijuana Tax Act was passed by the decision of the United States Congress based on false information given to them by William Randolph Hearst.

A.“from 1880 to 1933 the hemp grown in the United States had declined from 15,000 to 1,200 acres…:.

1.Because of that act, the hemp industry was officially destroyed and industrial hemp was discontinued in America.

2.This act only lasted a few years because of the horrible shortage of supplies in World War II for our American army.

B.The USA encouraged farmers to be patriotic and help out their country by the means of growing as much industrial hemp as they could.

1.So the government issued an educational film for farmers to grow hemp and get started immediately.

2.The farmers obeyed and were patriotic and the shortages ended, but as soon as WWII was over, so was industrialized hemp for America

Conclusion

(Transition:  In conclusion…)

I.As we have seen, hemp has been used throughout the entire world for thousands of years.

II.Everyone can benefit from using industrialized hemp

III.The United States has used it ever since the beginning, but banned in the early 20th century.

IV.We can benefit from this extraordinary plant and continue to find more and more uses for it everyday.

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Swede, Shirley, and Jaffe Seymour. The Panic Attack Recovery Book, rev. ed. New York: New American Library, 2001.

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Leskin, Gregory A., and Sheikh, Javaid I. “Gender Differences in Panic Disorders.”  Psychiatric Times Jan. 2004: 65.

Wilkinson, Donna. “Anxiety Disorders: Living on a Thin Line.” The New York Times 5 June 2005: A9.

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