George Washington’s Dream Realized: Cannabis Is Now Legal To Grow All Across America: “Expected To Open New Opportunities In Agriculture, Medicine and Biofuel”

Friday, December 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

Mac Slavo
December 21st, 2018
SHTFplan.com

Back in the day George Washington had an entire farm field dedicated to the growth of hemp. He loved the bud and in 1794 he even wrote a letter to Secretary of Finance William Pearce in which he marveled at its benefits, saying to Pearce, “Make the most of the Indian hemp seed, . . . and sow it everywhere!”

I want you to make the most of Hemp and plant it everywhere on my farmlands that haven’t been previously reserved for other things.

The establishment of Arsenals in convenient and proper places is, in my opinion, a measure of high national importance meriting the serious attention of Congress; and is one of those measures which ought to be brought to their view.

In short, Washington wanted Cannabis hemp fields to be spread from sea to shining sea, because it was a lucrative crop that would have had a significant impact on America’s economy.

Its industrial uses are well known, but in the 1900’s industry lobbyists moved to prohibit growing and consumption of hemp. There was literally no other reason for its outlaw save the fact that big industry was threatened by its many uses.

It was unfortunate, because from a health standpoint, the medical benefits of marijuana and concentrated hemp oil extracts are now very well known and millions of people with ailments like pain, stress, nausea and scores of other concerns lost access.

Moreover, its banning in the last century would lead to an eventual “war on drugs” that has led to the deaths of tens of thousands of people worldwide.

But this week all of that changed, as members of the House, Senate and Executive branch came together to bring access to the next level.

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