The world has gone nuts for hemp, which, unlike cotton and cotton-seed oil, is completely renewable and has been around for at least 300 years.
Its cultivation is legal in over 30 countries, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
But its production is largely unregulated and illegal in almost all countries.
As such, the production of hemp seeds, hemp protein and hemp oil has become a hugely lucrative business for the illicit market.
Hemp seeds are high in protein, protein-rich oil, and fiber, and can be grown in soil, in trees or in containers.
Hemp oil is often mixed with vegetable protein or in a variety of industrial processes, including baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
For the hemp industry, it is a lucrative business, thanks to its high yields, high prices and high quality.
According to one estimate, US-based industrial hemp seed prices have increased from $40 per kilogram to $100 per kilo since 2014.
In recent years, the hemp seed industry has taken off in China, Japan and South Korea, and now the United States.
Hemp seeds are often used in high-protein foods, such as soybean and cotton, as well as hemp protein, oil and fiber.
“We are getting really good at the whole plant,” says Jeff Hannon, co-founder of Hemp Seed and Hemp Oil.
“We have seen an incredible increase in demand and volume.
And the demand has been very much driven by hemp seed.”
The world’s biggest hemp seed exporter is the Netherlands, which is the world’s largest exporter of hemp seed, according to data from the Dutch Government.
And despite growing demand, there’s a lot of money to be made in the black market.
Holland is one of many countries where the cannabis plant has become illegal, and its seeds are considered to be among the most lucrative.
The United States is the only country that currently has legal access to cannabis, according the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which regulates the crop.
“They’re getting high-yield hemp, they’re getting very high-quality hemp, and they’re producing oil and protein in huge quantities,” says Tom Brekke, vice president of hemp production at Hemp Seed.
“There are a lot more products out there for hemp than we know about, so it’s not like we can just jump into the market.”
There are also huge opportunities for hemp oil.
According a report from the Hemp Industries Association, a trade group, hemp oil is the fourth-largest ingredient in the world.
According to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the hemp oil industry is worth more than $1.4 billion annually.
The US hemp industry is also booming.
Last year, the US imported about $3 billion worth of hemp oil and $1 billion worth to Canada, according a 2015 report from CropLife International.
Canada, which also has a hemp industry and hemp seed business, has been one of the top hemp markets in the US.
But despite a huge demand for hemp seeds and hemp protein in the United Kingdom, hemp is still illegal in most parts of the country, including the United Sates.
And even though hemp seeds are legal in Canada, the United State and many other countries, their production is highly regulated and illegal.
“There’s a big push to have more legal hemp production, but there are restrictions on it and they can be very costly,” says David Sperling, vice-president of the Canadian Hemp Association.
And there are also a lot regulations for hemp seed and hemp oils, such a strict regulatory environment in the Netherlands and Canada, says Brekker.
“There are many people trying to get around the laws,” he says.
“I’m very aware of that.”
Hollands hemp oil was a hot commodity in 2016 when it was on the market for $10 a gram.
According the Marijuana Policy Project, the price of hempseed has skyrocketed from $20 in 2011 to more than half a million dollars in 2016.
Since then, hemp seed is the hottest commodity on the markets, and hemp products have been selling for more than double their value.
In the past few years, hemp products like oil and food have become a big selling point for the hemp economy.
As the cannabis industry has exploded, the legal hemp industry has grown too.
It has also become a lot cheaper.
According to Hemp Seed, the average price of a pound of hemp protein has dropped from $30 in 2014 to $10 in 2017, thanks in part to a surge in demand.
Even though hemp is legal for research and development in Canada and the United states, it’s still illegal to grow and sell hemp.
The Canadian Hemp Alliance, an advocacy group that advocates for the growth of the hemp and hemp seeds industries, says it’s too early to say how many people will start to buy hemp products in the future.
But there are already some companies in