single growers of hemp must have a license to be able to export, plant, process, import, or sell it. Farmers of hemp have to give the GPS location of the fields, also. People who grow hemp need to record their productions and to whom they distribute the products. To make sure that the THC level of hemp does not exceed the legal amount, samples of the hemp can be tested in labs or by samplers who are approved by the government. Also, for a person to be granted a license to grow hemp, their background can be checked if necessary. To avoid children under the age of eighteen from coming into contact with hemp, the growers must be prohibited from planting cannabis sativa near facilities that many young persons attend such as schools and day care centers (www.agebb.missouri.edu).
There are a plethora of benefits of legalizing hemp. The cannabis sativa could thrive in the markets of oil and health foods. The fatty acids in hemp oil are well balanced, and serve as a good source for healthy food or body-care products. Cannabis sativa's oil merchandise can be a strong competitor for other items that contain natural oils because it can last longer if not in use; in other words, its expiration date would be later than the other products. The oil from hemp can also be used to create better lube oils and inks, paints, and sealants for wood (www.agebb.missouri.edu).
Vehicles, too, can benefit from the legalization of hemp. Textiles made from hemp can be more light weight, more recyclable, and more fire-resistant (www.agebb.missouri.edu). The lighter the vehicle, the better fuel efficiency it has. In addition, the fiberglass used to make vehicle parts today is more expensive than hemp
fibers (www.huffpost.com). Vehicle parts that can be produced from hemp include the following: the shelf for the rear window, door panels, liners in the trunk, and parts for the air bag (www.agebb.missouri.edu).
Hemp could also be used to replace ethanol in oil, make hemp bricks, and help contaminated soil. Hemp biodeisel will not damage the environment like the corn biodeisel, which is genetically modified. The pollen from the unnatural genetics in corn spreads over the environment, and some of it lands in natural foods that farmers grow, while other parts of it negatively affect the health of butterflies and honeybees (www.blisseffect.blogspot.com). A type of concrete called "hempcrete" (www.huffpost.com) can be made from hemp. Hemp mixed with lime and water makes this hempcrete which contains rich qualities of insulation. Because of the qualities of the concrete made primarily from hemp, houses could be made from it. In Colorado, the State legislator already approved a bill to examine the potential that hemp may have for contaminated soil. The reason is to see how effective hemp growth can clean up and filter the soil that may be polluted, and the example that they are following is that from Ukraine. In Ukraine, the cannabis sativa was planted in the areas...