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Marijuana Problem or Cure Drug use and abuse is becoming more common today than in recent years In fact 63 people taken in a survey said they had smoked marijuana in the past That number is scary since 81 of them were under 25 years of age and have their whole lives ahead of them Some may be thinking So What Bill Clinton has admitted smoking marijuana and he is President Well that surely is not a good attitude to have considering the damage that marijuana may cause to the body Many supporters of marijuana claim that hemp can be a very resourceful plant THC is the psychoactive chemical found in marijuana Hemp can be confused with marijuana and considered the same but do not let this fool you Marijuana comes from the flowers or buds of the hemp plant These buds are what contains the THC and gives the user the high effect Other nations such as Europe have registered varieties of hemp seeds that contain less than 03 percent of THC including the buds Now that you know what hemp is lets look at its uses Hemp fiber can be turned in to rope canvas and paper and this is only a few of the uses The rope that is made with hemp is said to be resistant to both fresh water and salt water It is also considered better than most conventional rope by its strength and holding power Another product that can be made from hemp is canvas This canvas is very useful in making tents sails and even the covers on early settlers wagons Like the rope the canvas also stands up well against water and ninety percent of ships sails were made of hemp canvas before the nineteenth century The last product I am going to talk about is hemp paper This paper is much softer than conventional paper and it is stated that one acre of
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