September 12, 2017

25 Things Which Prove Hemp Is The Need Of The Future.

The first recorded use of hemp dates back over 10,000 years ago. From China to Africa, hemp has been an integral resource in many cultures. Even the Deceleration of Independence was signed on hemp paper. In fact, here are just 25 things (out of an estimated 25,000 things!) that can be made from Complete hemp.

#1.) Fuel

Did you know how useful Hemp is? Hemp is the most Economical and Eco-Friendly fuel crop. Depending on processing, hemp can produce two different types of fuel – hemp biodiesel and hemp ethanol/methanol.

#2.) Ink

Hemp oil can be used as a base for non-toxic inks. And requires less processing time and even dries faster than popular materials like soy.

#3.) Mulch

Hemp mulch improves the soil around plants that is why it is often used as a surface applicant, Also in warm and cold temperatures it provides protection because of the high thermal insulation, mulch made from hemp provides a dryer surface area keeping Weed at its best.

#4.) Carpet

Traditional carpeting is one of the major reasons of indoor pollution. The synthetic materials used to create the fibers are loaded with toxic chemicals and also ambush allergens, debris, and other pollutants.  Hemp carpet on the other hand actually reduces indoor pollution. Also if it is made from eco-friendly materials it can be 100% biodegradable.

#5.) Fiberboard

Very few of us know that compressed hemp hurds and bast fibers offer a substitute to traditional insulation materials? In fact, hemp fiberboard is not only environmentally sustainable it’s also lighter, stronger, and water-resistant.

Why use regular fiberboard if hemp fiberboard is so much better?

#6.) Batteries

Hemp-based batteries can be made at as low as1/1000 of the cost of our present energy systems. They can also outperform current energy storing technologies. An alternative to hazardous and non eco-friendly battery units, hemp batteries could help heal our planet.

#7.) Makeup

Hemp oil can even reduce acne, slow aging, and clear pores because hempseed oil is high in Vitamin A, C, and E while also being rich in amino acids, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. This unique composition of nutrients offers a number of benefits for our skin.

#8.) Plastic Products

The fact is hemp plastic is said to be five times stiffer and 2.5 times stronger than polypropylene (PP) plastic? Or, that hemp plastic doesn’t pretense the health and safety risks associated with other plastic materials like glass fibers? Because the hemp plant is so diverse, there are many different types of hemp plastic; from infused plastic to 100% biodegradable hemp plastic.

#9.) Butter

Butter made from hemp seeds offers a rich nutty flavor. Its high fiber, protein, and magnesium content make it a healthy option for any diet. While hemp butter is available in some stores, it’s also very easy to make.

#10.) Nail Polish

The natural health properties of hemp oil contain Vitamin E, the central fatty acids, and Hemp protein so the nail polish that uses hemp oil helps build and repair the nails.

#11.) Jeans

Say hello to hemp jeans. Imagine a pair of jeans that is so durable you could wear them for years to come. In fact, these jeans not only get comfier with each wash, they also become odor and water-resistant.

#12.) Surfboards

Hemp surfboards are 100% bio-degradable. Hemp fibers are strong and UV resistant. When used with other natural materials Hemp surfboards can be very handy.

#13.) Milk

Hemp milk- A creamy texture containing no dairy. Hemp seeds soaked and ground in water produces hemp milk. Hemp milk is a refreshing and tasty treat. One 8-ounce glass supplies the body with Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Vitamin D, Iron and more. Unsweetened, vanilla, and even chocolate varieties are available.

Hemp milk is loaded with nutrients.

#14.) Lotion

Hemp oil is totally renewable and sustainable. Hemp lotion makes hands smooth and also helps the environment. Unlike petroleum and mineral based oils found in many lotions,

#15.) Paper

From stationary to tea bags, hemp was used for most paper products Until 1883, 75-90% of all paper in the world was made with hemp fiber Both the long bast fiber and the short bast fiber (hurd or pulp) of the hemp plant can be used to make paper. Considering that only 30% of trees are cellulose and the other 70% must be removed in order to produce paper; hemp is a far better option.

#16.) Diapers

Hemp diapers are a better alternative. The absorbent, breathable, and anti-microbial qualities of hemp fiber provide a comfortable fit while also being eco-friendly. A study showed that Americans are estimated to throw out over 18 billion disposable diapers a year.

#17.) Flour

Hemp flour is made from hemp seeds. Which means it is jam-packed with nutrients like fiber and essential omega fatty acids, although too dense to be used as baking flour on its own, hemp flour when used in combination with other flours, supplies the body with a nutritious boost. Hemp flour can even be consumed by individuals with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

#18.) Bags

Hemp is one of the strongest fibers in the world. Which means that hemp bags are made to last. And not only is hemp stronger than cotton, it’s also better for Mother Earth. While cotton is a renewable material, cotton production is resource intensive along with being hard on the environment.

#19.) Animal food

Because hemp contains globular proteins (albumin and edistin) it’s easily digestible. Hemp meals provide livestock all the essential proteins for maximum health.  While corn is usually the go-to substance for feed, cows cannot digest it without consuming antibiotics. Hemp, on the other hand, poses none of these health issues.

#20.) Canvas

Hemp is one of the strongest and most durable materials we have at our disposal. Very few of us know that merchant sailors were sailing the seven seas with hemp sails? Or, that pioneers covered their Conestoga wagons using canvases made from hemp?

#21.) Paint/Varnish

Quickly absorbed into the surface, hemp oil creates a durable finish. It also dries quickly that is why hemp seed oil is a great option for painting porous surfaces like raw wood., making for an ideal varnish material.

#22.) Shampoo

Hemp oil is high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, both of which are effective for nourishing hair as many shampoos today shred hair of necessary oils, leading to dryness and irritation.. In addition, hemp oil also possesses Vitamin E, which has shown to prevent hair loss by stimulating capillaries for better blood flow.

#23.) Tofu

Using the same processing techniques as regular tofu, hemp tofu simply replaces the soybeans for hemp seeds. While not quite the same texture as tofu, hemp tofu offers an incredible nutritional profile. Love tofu but avoiding soybeans? Hemp tofu may be the answer.

#24.) Sneakers

Lightweight and breathable, hemp sneakers are comfortable, even when the temperatures are rising. Hemp’s resistant and long-lasting fibers are an ideal material for sneakers.

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