Originally Posted by clearheaded
pith is not fibers or shive or hurd. pith is storing center... hemp uses energy to grow LOONG fibers. like a tree. while i am sure it may be possible pith is not fibrous and therefore doesnt interlock like other fibres. pith stores it does not vertically transport nutrients so maybe that helps visualize the biology. look up flax cross sections and hemp cross sections. I have made more cross sections of so many plants i couldnt count that high. or high ohh nm.
pith is soft and some forsure ends up in hurds however if ever compress pith you see how massless it is, and dried stems it will virtually disappear.
google differnces from hemp and drugs and i am sure the literature i reference will be found. if you disagree with the literature. make an article up proving them wrong. unfortunetly till that point "its good science"
I see I’ve scrambled you, not my intention.
Perhaps you could google hemp paper process, or look up the patent for the hemp gin. As to whether Phylos represents “good science” remains to be seen: so far, they seem determined to prove their assumptions, and that rarely constitutes “good science”. Too much good science has been suppressed since prohibition to show up at the top of shallow google searches, but try asking better questions.
To expand the point, “pith” has been used to make paper since the ancient Egyptians. Stop looking at cannabis as a drug factory and see the *whole* plant.