The world’s biggest hemp manufacturer is a giant in the world of hemp, and it has been growing for decades.
But this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing to make the plant illegal.
In a decision released Thursday, the FDA said it will ban hemp as a food additive because of the plant’s “potential to cause cancer, reproductive harms, and other adverse health effects.”
In recent years, however, hemp has become a huge industry for the U, and the industry is growing by the day.
A 2013 study found that by 2021, the United States could produce more than 1 billion tons of hemp.
In the past few years, the plant has become increasingly popular as an alternative to corn, soybeans, and cotton in many countries, including Canada, the Netherlands, France, Spain, and Italy.
It’s also grown in some parts of Europe, where it’s now sold in grocery stores and other retailers.
Hemp has many health benefits.
Hemp’s fiber can be used as a substitute for paper, a product for which it’s commonly used as an adhesive.
Hemp also produces fiber, which is used as rope for textile making.HEMP FACTS Hemp is the third-most-extensive plant on Earth after bamboo and soybeans.
The leaves and stems are the seeds of a tree native to China, known as Xylanthus annua, which has been cultivated since prehistoric times.
The plants are often referred to as “cannabis” because they contain a chemical compound known as tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.
It has been used medicinally since ancient times.
Hempseeds have also been used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, including epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and psoriasis.