Hemp 101: Speaking On Authority (SOA)

HEMP 101: Speaking On Authority (SOA)

For over five (5) years, Indiana Hemp Association has shared the HONEST TRUTH about Cannabis, Hemp, THC, Cannabidiol, & CBD with you.


Cannabis / Hemp CANNOT produce, NOR synthesize delta-9-Tetrahydroncannanbinol (THC).


Cannabis / Hemp CANNOT produce, NOR synthesize Cannabidiol (CBD).


CBD and THC are MAN-MADE LONG AFTER HARVEST.


Rather than the by-product of the Metabolite, CBD, or the Metabolite, CBDA, “C-dominant” Hemp produces Cannabidiolic Acid Synthase (CBDA-Synthase/CBDAS)

See attached Genetic-Mapping of Finola Hemp at the TOP of this section.

 

Further, rather than the by-product of the Metabolite, THC, or the Metabolite THCA-A, “T-dominant”

Cannabis produces delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid Synthase (THCA-Synthase/THCAS)

(Taura et al 1998) (Page et al 2011)

Roger Adams isolated Cannabidiol (CBD), and Cannabinol (CBN) and Patented: Dec. 8 1942, U.S. Patent No. 2,304,669 – Cannabidiol CBD, but you don’t hear much about this.

1942 Cannabidiol CBD U.S. Patent No. 2304669A

 

1947 Cannabis Epilepsy Study

1945-47: Jean P Davis, M.D. and H.A. Ramsey, M.D.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a By-Product of a Secondary Metabolite, CBDA.

Cannabinol (CBN) is a Non-Psychoactive, Metabolite of delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

That is really ALL you NEED to know to STAND OVER what happened the past 100 years.

Plant Garden Hemp.  FEED HEMP to your CHILDREN.  EAT HEMP.

Hemp contains ALL AMINO ACIDS in DNA.

Hemp contains GLOBULAR PROTEINS which make up 96% of Human PLASMA.

Hemp PROTEIN is a TUBERCULOSIS PREVENTATIVE (Consumptivitis).

Hemp PROTEIN – HEMAGGLUTINATES Bacterial & Viral Waste so it CANNOT attach to Red Blood Corpuscles (RBCs).

Hemp PROTEIN is bypassed by the KIDNEYS and this CONSUMPTIVE WASTE where Bacteria & Virus Host – Passes as excrement.

 

Indiana Hemp
Saved my life by Hemagglutinating virus and bacteria from my Consumptive Waste then reverse engineered the process to learn about how the Human system works.
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