There’s Hope in Hemp

Hemp is a tremendously useful plant that has been cultivated for over 12,000 years. The history and truth of hemp are coming back. The more we learn about this plant the more we understand the importance of it our lives. From many years hemp is used for sustainable products in manufacturing, agriculture, and wellness.

Hemp can help heal our planet. Hemp is the hearty plant grown around the world in various soil conditions. Hemp produces very profitable yields making it a great crop for farmers. This tall fibrous plant grows quickly and there is no need of chemicals, pesticides, or herbicides.


It is well suited for crop rotation and hemp can literally clean the environment. The process called Phytoremediation, in which the toxins are removed from the surrounding soil, air and water. Hemp plants absorb contaminants through fast-growing, deep roots, which store or even transform toxins into a harmless substance.  For this reason, it’s important to make sure the consumable hemp products we use are tested for contaminants.


Every part of the hemp plant has different marketable function, making it an economic powerhouse of a crop. Hemp can help save the environment. It regenerates the agriculture beyond just achieving sustainability and farming with organic methods. It is a set of farming principles and practises designed to increase biodiversity, enrich soil, and enhance ecosystems.


Hemp plant is also used for automotives. Cars with exteriors made of hemp plastic and running on hemp biofuel lessen the human impact on the environment. It is five times greener to drive such vehicles than a conventional automobile.


When hemp is used to produce paper products, the consumer, the company, and the planet benefit. In 20 weeks one acre of hemp grown, can produce the same amount of paper as compared to 4 to 20 acres of trees over a 20 years period.  Hemp paper can be recycled up to 8 times. Hemp paper is more durable than papers made of trees.


The inner woody stem of the hemp plant, made from the shiv, is mixed with the lime-based binder to make hempcrete. Which is a lightweight, durable construction material. It acts as an excellent insulator and sound proofer. 


Cannabis Hemp fibers are the most durable and versatile of all-natural textile fibers. Textile made of hemp holds shape without stretching, they are mild resistant, they can naturally resist UV rays, they are water absorbent, hence they retain dye and color better and they are breathable.


Hemp is also known as superfood.  because hemp seeds are very nutritious, rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids. It is an excellent protein source. Hemp seeds also contain high amounts of vitamin E, potassium, calcium, iron, and zinc. Grinding hemp seeds with water produces a dairy alternative, called Hemp Milk.


 CBD, THC, Hemp seed oil is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and all 21 known amino acids. Hemp seed oil appears in a variety of skin lotions, creams, serums, and treatments, because it is antibacterial, it does not clog pores, clam’s redness and also includes some UV protectant.

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