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PBS Newshour visited Kentucky to discuss the initial push to legalize hemp in Kentucky. The interviews focused on Ag Commissioner James Comer and allowed for talking points to reach an educated audience.

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Kentucky and Hemp go back a long way. Some of the earliest printed documentation on the state referred to it being a land of hemp. Daniel Boone's earliest adventures took him through the many lush locations that would produce the crop. 

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Hemp for Victory was the name of the World War II propaganda campaign to get states producing hemp for the war effort. But, hemp was placed under a strict Prohibition roughly five years before this effort began.
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What makes this interview so key in the history of hemp legalization is that it worked in a rural setting. The first steps to the Hemp Revolution involved downplaying the hemp stigma that arose during Prohibition. American farming needs solutions and hemp is willing to provide them.

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Begin your Ananda Hemp journey by starting with the essentials. From Ananda Hemp's rigorous compliance standards to the hidden potential of hemp, our brand-new infographic brings you the need-to-know basics.

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Our Maple Dijon Balsamic Vinaigrette recipe is made with Ananda Hemp tincture. Try this dressing recipe to make your salads taste great and get all the benefits of hemp seed oil and a full spectrum of cannabinoids.
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Our Raspberry Dream Smoothie is a healthy and delicious treat that we're sure you'll enjoy. It's a great way to take our hemp extract every morning!

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If you would like a sweet way to ingest our full spectrum hemp extracts, try mixing our tinctures with this mouth-watering Cacao bar recipe!

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CB1 and CB2 receptors are evolved to respond perfectly to anandamide and other endocannabinoids, which seem to help the body maintain balance in many of its systems. But since plant-based cannabinoids fit into the same chemical "keyholes" in the receptors, humans can use them to pick up the slack when our bodies aren't producing enough of the natural equivalent.
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