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  • 1. Hemp History China
  • 2. Hemp 麻 麻衣 hemp garment 大麻 cannabis 麻州 Massachusetts 麻将 mahjiang
  • 3. wok 锅 Stir-fry 旺火炒 Sift 筛选 cultivated 种植 repealed 废止 overriding 高于一切的 law crop 庄稼 庄稼 庄稼 庄稼 庄稼 庄稼 庄稼
  • 4. 朝鲜 korea Cannabis genus 大麻科 . THC strains 种族 neologism 新词 biodegradable 可生物降解的 plastics, hemp fibre imprints 痕迹 特征 pottery shards 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片 陶瓷碎片
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  • 17. Hemp is one of the most useful plants on planet Earth.
  • 18. Its history is as old as China. [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] [email_address]
  • 19. The world leading producer of hemp is China with smaller production in Europe, Chile and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.[16] While more hemp is exported to the United States than to any other country, the United States Government does not consistently distinguish between marijuana and the non-psychoactive Cannabis used for industrial and commercial purposes.[15]
  • 20. Hemp (from Old English hænep) is the name of the soft, durable fibre that is cultivated from plants of the Cannabis genus. "Hemp" is also a name for the Cannabis plant. Some use it to mean only the low THC strains of the plant, although this is a neologism. In modern times, hemp has been used for industrial purposes including paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food, fuel, and medical purposes[1] with modest commercial success.[2][3] Since 2007, commercial success of hemp food products has grown considerably.[4][5]
  • 21. There are a lot of confusing issues with this product.
  • 22. But we want to be smart like Hu Jin Tao...and will concentrate on the business possibilities of the product. Hu Jin Tao...and will concentrate on the business possibilities of the product.
  • 23. Hemp use dates back to the Stone Age, with hemp fibre imprints found in pottery shards in China and Taiwan[60] over 7,000 years old. They were also later used to make clothes, shoes, ropes, and an early form of paper.[60] Contrary to the traditional view that Cai Lun invented paper in around 105 AD, specimens of hemp paper were found in the Great Wall of China dating back 200 years earlier.[citation needed]
  • 24. Mian Cha Mian Cha
  • 25. Like afternoon tea in the Western customs, Mian Cha is usually served in the afternoon. While it is served, there is no chopstick or spoon available. Customer has to hold the bowl and turn around to have Mian Cha.
  • 26. Where to try it? Huguosi Snack Bar Address: 93#, Huguosi Street, Xicheng District Tel: +86 10 6618 1705 Tel: +86 10 6618 1705 Tel: +86 10 6618 1705 Tel: +86 10 6618 1705 Tel: +86 10 6618 1705
  • 27. How to cook it? Ingredients Millet, ginger powder, seed of hemp, sesame paste.
  • 28. How to cook it? Ingredients 材料 Millet 小米 , ginger powder 姜粉 , seed of hemp 麻种 , sesame paste 芝麻糕 .
  • 29. Preparation: Drip water in millet and beat. Place water in a wok with little ginger powder. Place millet in the wok and boil. Take out the ready millet mixture in a bowl.
  • 30. Stir-fry 50g seed of hemp dry and pound. Place 150g salt in a pan and pound. Mix seed of hemp and salt. Mix 200g sesame paste and 250g oil in a bowl and beat. Sift sesame paste, sesame mixture on the surface of the bowl. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture. Sift sesame paste and sesame mixture between two pieces of millet mixture.
  • 31. In 1937, the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 was passed in the United States. It levied a tax on anyone who dealt commercially in cannabis, hemp, or marijuana. It was repealed by an overriding law in 1970.
  • 32. Hemp was used extensively by the United States during World War II. Uniforms, canvas, and rope were among the main textiles created from the hemp plant at this time.[66] Much of the hemp used was cultivated in Kentucky and the Midwest.
  • 33. Historically, hemp production had made up a significant portion of antebellum Kentucky's economy. Before the American Civil War, many slaves worked on plantations producing hemp.[67]
  • 34. During World War II, the U.S. produced a short 1942 film, Hemp for Victory, promoting hemp as a necessary crop to win the war.
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  • 55. Hemp houses Breathable Earthquake resistant Anti-fungal Anti-pest Sustainable Ecological
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  • 67. Hemp fashion
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  • 72. Lohas Lifestyle of health and sustainability health and sustainability health and sustainability health and sustainability
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