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The use of hemp biomass

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Utilization cannabis Biomass means using every part of the cannabis plant. You’d think politicians would be open to a free market in cannabis biomass and biofuels. Let entrepreneurs and consumers discover opportunities to build a cleaner environment. That’s what liberal democracy means, isn’t it? Freedom of expression, free markets and the rule of law? Unfortunately, however, most politicians prefer an authoritarian top-down system of taxation and control.

So what is cannabis biomass? How will it help the environment? Why is using cannabis biomass more efficient than paying carbon taxes in addition to the already high fuel prices?

Cannabis biomass

Most cannabis consumers realize that they are smoking (or vaping or eating) the flower part of a plant. dried herb where THC he is in. Hemp sprouts are the reason most people consume cannabis. But what about the stems, stems, and leaves of the plant? This residual plant matter doesn’t have much of a trichome. Ergo, little to no THC.

But that doesn’t make it useless. The remaining plant matter is biomass. Biomass can be used for extraction Convention on Biological Diversity. CBD, apart from modifying the effects of THC, can relieve pain, inflammation, and anxiety without altering the consumer’s state of consciousness. CBD also shows promising results in preventing COVID-19 infection.

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Fueling the future with cannabis

But using hemp biomass does more than just CBD products. Hemp biofuel is a form of biodiesel. This, of course, threatens the vested interests that control politicians. By pressing the cannabis (or chopsticks) seeds for the extraction of oils and fats, we get the biomass of hemp. Fermented hemp can make ethanol, a type of biofuel.

In fact, this was how people in the past believed that we would fuel the future. It is not necessary to use cannabis biomass. But using vegetables to power our cars. The man who invented the diesel engine – Rudolf Diesel – ran his engine from peanut oil. It was believed that vegetable and seed oils would be a precedent. It was believed that it would help small businesses and artisans. Put them on the same level of the field as the top industrialists.

Instead, he was likely killed by the oil majors, having disappeared – probably drowned – on his way to an ocean-going steamer to London in 1913. And here we are more than 100 years later, still ruled by industrialists Rich people who control politicians. Politicians who, through laws and regulations, prevent hemp biofuels from disturbing corporate profits and from empowering the middle class. And it’s not just a biofuel.

Use of hemp biomass as an alternative

Using hemp biomass can replace trees for their fiber content. And using fibers, you can make paper, clothing, and fabrics. You can even make concrete or “hemp cement” as it is called.

Alternatively, most jurisdictions have onerous regulations for the disposal of cannabis biomass. Throw in a huge amount of plastic lose From legal packaging (Canada is offender #1) and it becomes clear.

Politicians don’t actually care about renewable fuels and Climate change. They listen to special interests with big pockets – not voters who are easily influenced by propaganda.

Allowing businesses to grow and convert cannabis biomass would be more effective than imposing carbon taxes and other restrictions on them. It’s more ethical, too. But when did politicians allow morals to get in the way of how they want to be governed?

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