April 03, 2021

No Rise in Wealth Gap

This from Willis Eschenbach:

You know the claim that income inequality has been getting worse, and that the rich are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer?

Turns out to be more of that famous modern item, fake news. When you add in the gains from government programs of all kinds, and the losses from takes, the GINI coefficient that measures income inequality has been basically unchanged for the last fifty years.

And another Democrat talking point goes aground on a reef of hard facts ...

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PURE HEMP TEA FOR ULTIMATE RELAXATION




Simply Hemp is our pure, most powerful hemp tea, containing 100% hemp leaves and flowers. It is a mild, slightly sweet infusion with a subtle, spicy aftertaste. A relaxing tea to unwind after a busy workday and to calm your body and mind. Wonderful after yoga or just before bedtime.


Ingredients: Hemp leaves and hemp flowers from 100% organic origin.


Instructions:


Use 2 table spoons hemp per 1 liter, or 1 teaspoon for 1 cup of hemp tea.

Pour boiling water

Let your tea infuse for 5-7 minute


Contains:

40 gram, serves 40 cups of tea


Description

Simply Hemp Dutch Harvest Hemp Tea


There is nothing more soothing than a warm, natural cup of Hemp tea; whether you are looking for a few moments to relax or it is part of your daily hemp-fix routine, Hemp Tea is a brilliant way to get your dose of Hempy-goodness. The drinking of Hemp tea is a practice as old as time- it is naturally caffeine-free, packed with terpenes, amino acids and cannabinoids of course (like CBD & CBDa).


Dutch Harvest Hemp Teas have a mark of excellence- these pure hemp teas are found in their rawest form and start from the same plants as some of the finest Loveburgh CBD extracts and drops. The tea is made from a combination of organic and chemical-free hemp flowers (which at the time of harvesting have produced early seeds) and leaves, so they are packed with flavour and contain no nasty stuff: that means no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives- just pure, hemp tea brilliance.


Hemp is mild and fresh with a gentle sweetness and ‘envigorating’ finish. Although it has its unique flavours, it can be compared with Green Tea (just less bitter) with the freshness of Camilla.  This blend is Simply Hemp- pure and simple.


How to use Dutch Harvest Tea


The tea comes loose in a 40-gram packet so you may need a loose leaf teapot. This method ensures that you get the perfect quality every time and you can even add your own botanicals. Give the bag a good shake to ensure the seeds and leaves have not settled at the bottom and take two large tablespoons per litre of water. Pour in boiling water and allow to brew for between 5-10 minutes depending on your taste. Sit back, relax and enjoy!

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Ingredients: Hemp leaf, flower and seeds.


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