MARCH: Let's celebrate all women and hemp
March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the achievements of women throughout history and recognize the contributions of women in society today.
During this month, people around the world recognize the accomplishments of women in all areas of life, from politics and business to science and the arts.
Hemp has been used by humans for thousands of years, and women have been involved in its cultivation and use throughout history. In ancient China, women were responsible for the cultivation of hemp and its use in textiles, paper, and medicine. In the Middle Ages, women were involved in the production of hemp rope and sails for ships. In the United States, women were instrumental in the hemp industry during the colonial period, when hemp was used to make clothing, paper, and rope.
In modern times, women are increasingly involved in the hemp industry, from growing and harvesting hemp to creating products from hemp. Women are also involved in the research and development of hemp-based products, such as CBD oil, and are advocating for the legalization of hemp in the United States. Hemp is a versatile and sustainable crop that has the potential to revolutionize the way we produce and consume products, and women are playing an important role in this process.
"Legalize hemp and allow women to grow it and make food, clothing and housing for pennies from it and legalize marijuana too. Let women integrate their divided consciousness with a natural herb instead of doctors' pills that kill the liver. "
- Roseanne Barr