The history of Cannabis is as a dynamic plant. Cannabis shows a lucrative and deep history which influences our arts, commerce, transportation, literature, and as a form of monetary exchange. As Cannabis is one of the most resourceful plants there is, imagine the improvements in the current quality of life. But before the re-build destruction is necessary. And "alcohol, tobacco industries and a large number of chemical corporations" would have less business.
As this occurs the emerging reunion of cannabis/hemp. May potentially result in potential end of world hunger, boost economy, makes biodegradable plastic, create fine clothes. The founders of this country utilized hemp "Make the most of the hemp seed. Sow it everywhere" ~ George Washington.
The medicinal properties have been well known and being further studied today. "From 1850-1937, cannabis was used as the prime medicine for more than 100 separate illnesses or diseases in U.S. Pharmacopeia".Soon the big pharmaceutical and medical insurance companies will be acknowledging cannabis, and will cause a systematic financial transformation.
In closing our history can give us hints to what is happening in the near future. As oil-based plastics continue to be overused. There is proof in history of great alternative biodegradable plastics in hemp. As for recreational usage that is a personal choice, and does not devalue the Cannabis plant contributions.
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