Big Ben

Village Elder
#1
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With all the benefits of hemp and weed, why are they still illegal. These products can create more government revenue and jobs than that bbi nonsense the country has been engaged in for 3 years.
 

Jaweed

Village Elder
#8
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With all the benefits of hemp and weed, why are they still illegal. These products can create more government revenue and jobs than that bbi nonsense the country has been engaged in for 3 years.
Weed when allowed to be used all over the world, will be very difficult for humanity to be controlled. Weed makes people self thinkers and can easily see through the manipulation being conducted by reptilians on the hands of people we call leaders in general. So, the reptilians or rather the hidden hand behind human control system cannot allow it to be used anywhere (It corrupts their codes). In short Weed is a Natural Drug but them only want you to use artifical drugs that they have poisoned to weaken your system. Keep off Bayblonian's tricks and smoke Ganja..Bomboclaat!
 

Trojanex

Village Troll
#11
Hemp paper means paper varieties consisting exclusively or to a large extent from pulp obtained from fibers of industrial hemp. The products are mainly specialty papers such as cigarette paper, banknotes and technical filter papers. Compared to wood pulp, hemp pulp offers a four to five times longer fibre, a significantly lower lignin fraction as well as a higher tear resistance and tensile strength. Because the paper industry's processes have been optimized for wood as the feedstock, production costs currently are much higher than for paper from wood.

The cost of hemp pulp is approximately six times that of wood pulp, mostly because of the small size and outdated equipment of the few hemp processing plants in the Western world, and because hemp is harvested once a year (during August) and needs to be stored to feed the mill the whole year through. This storage requires a lot of (mostly manual) handling of the bulky stalk bundles. Another issue is that the entire hemp plant cannot be economically prepared for paper production. While the wood products industry uses nearly 100% of the fiber from harvested trees, only about 25% of the dried hemp stem—the bark, called bast—contains the long, strong fibers desirable for paper production. All this accounts for a high raw material cost. Hemp pulp is bleached with hydrogen peroxide, a process today also commonly used for wood pulp.
 

majizee

Village Elder
#12
Hemp paper means paper varieties consisting exclusively or to a large extent from pulp obtained from fibers of industrial hemp. The products are mainly specialty papers such as cigarette paper, banknotes and technical filter papers. Compared to wood pulp, hemp pulp offers a four to five times longer fibre, a significantly lower lignin fraction as well as a higher tear resistance and tensile strength. Because the paper industry's processes have been optimized for wood as the feedstock, production costs currently are much higher than for paper from wood.

The cost of hemp pulp is approximately six times that of wood pulp, mostly because of the small size and outdated equipment of the few hemp processing plants in the Western world, and because hemp is harvested once a year (during August) and needs to be stored to feed the mill the whole year through. This storage requires a lot of (mostly manual) handling of the bulky stalk bundles. Another issue is that the entire hemp plant cannot be economically prepared for paper production. While the wood products industry uses nearly 100% of the fiber from harvested trees, only about 25% of the dried hemp stem—the bark, called bast—contains the long, strong fibers desirable for paper production. All this accounts for a high raw material cost. Hemp pulp is bleached with hydrogen peroxide, a process today also commonly used for wood pulp.
Thanks Purple
 

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