Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kyoto Hemp Forum - On Line Rooms

The Japan Hemp Association hosted an international gathering of hemp advocates in Kyoto, Japan, where the Kyoto Protocol was signed in 1997 to address climate change. An amazing gathering of activist shared insights and notes, working out an effective, international hemp phytoremediation plan.

Hemp is an effective tool we can use to solve climate change because it pulls excess CO2 from the atmosphere as it grows and it's extensive root system cleans toxins from the soil like lead and nuclear radiation.

Here's some information on the event, which is already planning the gathering in 2017. 

In case you haven't noticed, the climate is changing.




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It is imperative that we provide for at least seven generations ahead.Climate change must begin within, by fully understanding the problem, cause and solution.  When the problem is too much pollution, the solution is to remove the pollution.

Now that we've done the first Kyoto Hemp Forum, the next step in the process is to focus on getting hemp seeds into the ground. We have plenty proof that planting hemp is the right thing to do. 

To understand what's needed, we must talk to the farmers about what they need to engage in large scale hemp farming. Then we can teach the governments, UN and industry how to hemp from the foundation, up.  

FarmAid's annual concert is September 17, 2016. They have an activists section there and we're presenting a crop financed international phytoremediation program. Please share ideas on our call to farmers and others why we must get as many hemp seeds in the ground as possible now. As the grandest lady of all, male or female, Earth needs her weed! 

Check back for updates and visit / comment on the rooms links above.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Children



Welcome children. Nobody in this process of overcoming climate change is more important than you.

Fashion Diva Starr Mitchell and her brother, spelling champion and math enthusiast Coylee Mitchell, plus their brother Jon Pierre Mitchell who is teaching Medicine, Inc. about how to overcome brain seizures his whole life inspired this page. Their ideas throughout this process are keys to co-creating an action plan to save the planet and ourselves.

They are absolutely right. Children have a lot to say about how this world is run and adults must listen. This room is for you to post in plus please, feel free to visit any of the other rooms.



I respectfully disagree with the claim that you are our future.  You are our present, the reason we are here. It is important that we include your ideas and actions into healing ourselves and our world.  


Farming is an important element in healing the world. From nutrition to plants cleaning the soil and air, called phytoremediation, everyone has a role to play, none more important than yours. 



Technology is doing a lot to open the barriers to learning how to save ourselves. What we don't know we can learn and/or figure it out. 



Here's an example of the world of positive possibilities ahead. Using plants to fuel the 3d printing upgrade to our lives, there is nothing we cannot accomplish.



Here's another example below.




Children, you picked a great time to be alive. Your generation's participation is key to saving the world. Thank you. 

Upload your ‘environmental rap / spoken word’, or whatever other ideas you have in the comments section below. When you get old, you will have a record of you working to save the world since childhood. I pray that your children be as proud of and grateful for you as we are. It will bring you great comfort in your old age. 

Thank you.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Tradition








Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - World Hemp Unity










Light up and share because we have work to do. One never knows who we'll meet in the process of unity. 

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Textiles


“Hemp fiber is used for threat, rope, paper, nets, lace, clothing, linens, canvas and other textile fabrics, caulking, fiberboard, dental floss, etc. HLLTTF pg 80

“Fabrics can be made from hemp that are stronger, more isolative, more absorbent and more durable than cotton.” HLLTTF pg 81


Hemp fashions are made from 100% organic non-toxic, strong, beautiful fibers that can make dynamic, yet comfortable clothing in a wide range of grades. Unlike 20th Century style clothing that uses toxic chemicals in production and finishing, hemp's natural fibers lets a body breathe.


Hemp fashions creates an opportunity to replace synthetics with a new, modern, comfortable, non-toxic, eco-friendly hemp wardrobe. If you are a 21st Century fashion trend setter, then you too should consider stylish, non-toxic, comfortable, environmentally friendly hemp clothes.

Hemp fashions, or as one company is called Hemp Couture, are made from industrial hemp (hemp plants not worth smoking) which is legal in the United States.

Hemp fashions are about to redefine how we feel in what we wear tailoring the perfect style, shade of color, fit, etc. for the day using 3D printing in safe hemp fabrics and papers.  Simply scan your measurements and put the numbers into your 3d printer. Check different styles before you make the perfect garment. Our own designs or from fashion files, we can make what we need to have beautiful lives. Folks are already printing clothes, shoes and body parts. 


Oh, the possibilities.

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Water



 

“Water, the fluid of life, makes up more than 80 percent of the weight of the living planet. Within the cells, life’s processes take lace in a water solution. Water also dissolves nutrients in the soil, and this solution is absorbed by the roots. About 99% of the water absorbed passes from the roots into the conduits (xylem) of the stem, where it is distributed to the leaves via the xylem of the leaf veins.” Marijuana Growers Guide, Revised 1990 Edition, by Mel Frank and Ed Rosenthal. Page 115
 

While there is no shortage of water on the planet, we do have to stop being trifling and clean the water we need. We have the technology, motivation, and survival instinct to move us forward. We can be 3d Printing a new infrastructure that includes an ocean water desalination plants and pipes. On site water clean systems can add more cleaning. One of the systems is Jungle Secret Water, invented by Ralph Suddath who worked with Dr. Masaru Emoto.




Regarding the phytoremediation plants in magnetic water, it's logical to assume that bigger plants pull more toxins. That's just theory and worth testing. The lead in water crisis rabbit hole goes deeper and deeper as lead causes violent behavior.



Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Advocacy




Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman, who used “herbs” in her healings, commanded “GO FORWARD”. We are blessed to have extremely dedicated activists going forward.

As we go forward in the mission to, as Paul Stanford says “Restore Hemp”, we are preserving human life on earth.

Advocacy is important, the energy that moves us forward. 

The first hemp activist I ever knew about was musician Louis Armstrong, who stood strongly for legalization, growing cannabis at his home in Queens, NY.  He died the same year President Dick Nixon declared the war on drugs, 1971 (another one of those convenient for government policy deaths). Armstrong’s work has inspired many to go forward, never giving up.


It is important that we have an empty seat in the room for hemp heroes of honor.  Folks can give shout outs to beyond life heroes and sheroes like Dr. Emoto, Jack Herer, Peter McWilliams, Somayah Kambui, Richard M. Davis, Gatewood Galbraith, Brownie Mary, (please forgive my USA centric list, please add other names of cannabis champions.

Hemp advocacy replaces unnecessary drama with solutions.  If you’re already advocating for hemp, thank you. If not, what the hell are you waiting for?


“The life of a monk is hard and difficult” Thich Nhat Hanh

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.






Kyoto Hemp Forum - 3D Printing



3D printing is a relatively new technology (about a quarter century) that gives us the ability to make what we need when we need it. The simplest way to explain 3D printing is to call up the memory of the old dot matrix printers that spit out small jets of ink onto paper for printing. The next logical step was the decision not to stop at just ink and paper, but use the computer to place materials in the precise locations to make whatever we need.    

For example, we can make clothes that fit, food that is delicious and nutritious, cars that drive themselves and planes that travel great distances. We can even build buildings and body parts. Of course it can all be done using hemp and other non-toxic materials.

Chris Conrad’s book HEMP: LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE (HLLTTF) calls hemp, this amazing plant ‘Earth’s Premiere Sustainable Resource.’(vii) Nowhere is this more applicable than in the world of 3D printing

Hemp’s versatility can fuel the new age printing (3D, 4D, 5D plus what’s next) evolution.  Hemp fabrics, plastics, papers, woods, foods, adobe, hempcrete, etc. are perfect raw resource materials (ink / filament) to fuel this evolution.

Kyoto Hemp Forum’s Paul Benhaim is introducing his brand of hemp plastic 3D printing filament, ink on July 2, 2016.

Hemp based 3D printers and filaments eliminate the need to abuse precious resources by using a stronger, non-toxic plant.  The 3D printing technique called ‘contour crafting’ builds a 2,500 sq. foot structure in less than 24 hours. This allows us to build with rounded edges that wind does not damage, and mix building materials for waterproofing, reducing indoor radiation and fire resistance. 3D printed body parts are already in use.



Chris is right. Hemp is not only our lifeline to the future, it is our lifeline to the present too, just in time for the future.

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Agriculture



When the problem is not enough food, the solution is to grow more food. Hemp foods solve that problem. When the problem is homelessness, the solution is to grow more raw resource material to make homes out of. Solving our agricultural problems using basic science can co-create abundant, healthy harvests. 



“Hemp improves the physical condition of the soil, and when retted on the same ground where it grows, it returns most of the fertilizing elements” Hemp, Lifeline To The Future by Chris Conrad pg. 167 



Hemp breathes in the excess global warming CO2 gas from the air as it grows” said Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum

Focusing on agriculture is the best way to begin the process of using hemp to help us deal with climate change. As we rebuild our agricultural structure from the foundation, roots up we must scientifically factor in farming basics. Water, soil condition, seeds, temperatures and lights.

From using a magnetic vortex water cleaning system, to better lighting i.e. , empowering system to choosing the perfect seeds for the environment, our agriculture portion of the hemp solution is key to not only reversing climate change, but also aiding the special needs of people now designated in the USA as "climate change refugees"


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Hemp is a powerful, fast growing plant that has tens of thousands of applications, and that number does not factor in 3D printing.  With a growing span of 90-120 days, we can begin the process to Phytoremediate Earth.





The male plant is primarily used for industrial uses and the female plant for medical and recreational uses. Yes, the plant can even change genders. Either way, hemp can help us achieve a cleaner, healthier world.


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Since hemp can grow in any agronomic farming system and requires no toxic chemicals to grow it is what Willie Nelson calls “A Peaceful Solution”.

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.



Kyoto Hemp Forum - Sustainability

 

Websters has a perfect definition of the word sustainable: “able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed; involving methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources; able to last or continue for a long time.”

“Sustainability isn’t part of our work – it’s a guiding influence for all of our work.” Says the USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). To many hemp activists, it is the purpose of our being.

Phytoremediation of hemp, tobacco, mushrooms, thistle, sunflowers etc., plus using hemp as a primary raw resource material for 3D printing, can help us co-create a better world. To preserve human life on earth, it is imperative that we reach beyond our illusion of self and realize that we are each responsible for at least 7 generations ahead. People are dying and/or loosing their minds from the legal toxic lead, nuclear, benzene, oil based plastics, medicines that can kill to heal an itch, etc.

History is full of countless failures to abide by this simple principle of providing for seven generations ahead. 


Here’s an idea from Pato Banton II on how to do the right thing.

"Three ways that I practice "Sustainability" in my life and work is to
1. grow food in my garden
2. recycle our waste in separate areas
3. share my clothes, shoes and other items with the homeless and charity organizations." 

Hemp is a tool we can use to not only restore sustainability as a guiding principle in policy, but expand it so we are sustaining healthy, happy and prosperous lives well into the future.

Since hemp grows so quickly, we can plant enough to fulfill our needs for housing, food, clothes, etc. without having to burden the future with the waste of our lives.



"What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve." 



Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Sustainability Achieved. Party on!

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Plastics

There are topics that just need to be handed to the Guru in the field, Paul Benhaim



Hemp plastics are not made from hemp oil or hemp seeds, but from the stalk. They are the preferred options to PP-glass fiber, High Heat ABS and PC/ABS.
Flame retardant for specific grades, using halogen-free additives.

Not only do we supply granules, we provide smart solutions for our customers, and for their customers. We will lead you through every step of injection molding.”


Of course the hemp that is used will have to pass quality control inspections, as some situations may require 3-5 crop rotations that we know about.  Set quality standards.



Hemp Plastic is an affordable bio based natural fibre composite to replace oil based raw materials.

Designed in Europe over 15 years and now produced in China, Hemp Plastics compete with engineering compounds in properties such as stiffness and high heat tolerance (HDT).

Both biodegradable and recyclable blends address global policies for CO2 reduction and oil dependence.



Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Phytoremediation

Since the problem is too many toxins in the soil, water and air, the solution is to use effective means to clean it up. 



Phytoremediation is the science of using plants to help clean our environment. Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum frequently said that hemp is a biomass champion at pulling toxins from our environment. For example, hemp breathes excess CO2, a major greenhouse gas as it grows. 

“Hemp improves the physical condition of the soil, and when retted on the same ground where it grows, it returns most of the fertilizing elements” Hemp, Lifeline To The Future by Chris Conrad pg. 167 


Hemp breathes in the excess global warming CO2 gas from the air as it grows” said Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum

Focusing on agriculture is the best way to begin the process of using hemp to help us deal with climate change.Climate change is a global problem, not fixable by any one nation, though it will take only one nation to begin. When the cause of climate change is too many toxins in the environment, out of balance, the solution is to remove the excess toxins and restore balance. This is simple science.

In the name of greed, we have made parts of nature illegal while we wonder why we have environmental problems.

Hemp was planted around Chernobyl's nuclear disaster site to pull radioactive elements from the ground. Jack Herer said that hemp works like a mop absorbing nuclear toxins from the soil. Toxic metals like lead, which causes violent behavior and other health problems, are also absorbed by hemp and other phytoremediation plants like tobacco, mushrooms, thistle, sunflowers, etc. Science from many governments and educational institutions back up the need for us to implement an international phytoremediation program immediately to help solve climate change at the level of cause.

An immediate end to hemp prohibition will allow us to use this biomass champion in a hemp phytoremediation program.   

"Phytoremediation can be defined as the decontamination of soil, sediment or water using plant growth. Industrial hemp, Cannabis sativa L., is renowned for its ability to grow rapidly. In one growing season, fiber hemp can yield 250 to 400 plants per square meter, with each plant reaching up to 5 meters in height. As a result, hemp has been identified as a plant with the potential to serve as a phytoremediator." The same way hemp was used to clean up the toxins around Chernobyl, we should be using hemp to clean up the toxins from the Gulf of Mexico "oil spill" (more like a volcano) and other environmental crisis situations.


Remember: The McGraw-Hill Companies reported in 2000 "Overall, phytoremediation has great potential for cleaning up toxic metals, pesticides, solvents, gasoline, and explosives."  

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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Imagine a blend of musicians playing healing music during their same day parts for 24 hours. If you are a musician please play during the time of the Kyoto Hemp Forum to send Earth some extra Healing Vibes.



We have added this music room to the on line section to the Kyoto Hemp Forum. Please post your favorites. If you are performing during the event weekend, share your musical vibration in an on line video and post the link here.

Time4Hemp has a vast library of over a quarter century of hemp musicians, music and in depth interviews that will also be included in this section.



ALL FORMS OF HEMP/CANNABIS MUSIC ARE WELCOME!

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Musical vibrations are healing. Thanks.

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Medical




From Chris Conrad’s book HEMP: Lifeline To The Future

“Medical cannabis has been ubiquitous in human history, and its use was advised in virtually all ancient and medieval medicinal texts.” HLLTTF pg 10

Sir John Russell Reynolds, during his 30 years of experience as Queen Victoria's personal physician ... wrote in 1890 of marijuana, "When pure and administered carefully, it is one of the most valuable medicines we possess." page 14



"The complete protein in hempseed gives the body the combination of essential amino acids and essential fatty acids needed to maintain health.  It provides the components necessary to make human serum albumin and serum globulins, including the immune enhancing gamma globulin antibodies.  No epidemiological data indicate a rise in infections from smoking cannabis, as had once been claimed." page 145



"Cannabis smoke is an expectorant that cleans out air passages.  Heavy concentrations of smoke cause coughing that helps break up and expel phlegm.  The herb is an excellent dilator of the airways called the bronchi, opening them up to allow more oxygen into the blood, and of the bronchioles, small air tubes of the lungs.' page 150




In  Richard M. Davis’s book HEMP FOR VICTORY: THE WONDER HERB is an article written by the dynamic cannabis champion Dr. Lester Grinspoon.

“The study, from the University of California at San Francisco, found smoked marijuana to be effective at relieving the extreme pain of a debilitating condition known as peripheral neuropathy. It was a study of HIV patients, but a similar type of pain caused by damage to nerves afflicts people with many other illnesses including diabetes and multiple sclerosis.

Neuropathic pain is notoriously resistant to treatment with conventional pain drugs. Even powerful and addictive narcotics like morphine and OxyContin often provide little relief. This study leaves no doubt that marijuana can safely ease this type of pain.

As all marijuana research in the United States must be, the new study was conducted with government-supplied marijuana of notoriously poor quality. So it probably underestimated the potential benefit.
This is all good news, but it should not be news at all.

In the 40-odd years I have been studying the medicinal uses of marijuana, I have learned that the recorded history of this medicine goes back to ancient times and that in the 19th century it became a well established Western medicine whose versatility and safety were unquestioned.

From 1840 to 1900, American and European medical journals published over 100 papers on the therapeutic uses of marijuana, also known as cannabis.
Of course, our knowledge has advanced greatly over the years.

 
(Yes, this Dr. Lester Grinspoon with Cannabis Champion Ben Dronkers)
Scientists have identified over 60 unique constituents in marijuana, called cannabinoids, and we have learned much about how they work.

We have also learned that our own bodies produce similar chemicals, called endocannabinoids.

The mountain of accumulated anecdotal evidence that pointed the way to the present and other clinical studies also strongly suggests there are a number of other devastating disorders and symptoms for which marijuana has been used for centuries; they deserve the same kind of careful, methodologically sound research.

While few such studies have so far been completed, all have lent weight to what medicine already knew but had largely forgotten or ignored: Marijuana is effective at relieving nausea and vomiting, spasticity, appetite loss, certain types of pain, and other debilitating symptoms.

And it is extraordinarily safe -- safer than most medicines prescribed every day. If marijuana were a new discovery rather than a well-known substance carrying cultural and political baggage, it would be hailed as a wonder drug.”



Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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