Benefits of Hemp

The Wonderful benefits of Hemp!

 

There are so many benefits to hemp its hard to list them all but we’ll try, incredibly versatile it has a  vast number of uses going back thousands of years. 

Hemp– typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species, also called industrial hemp – referring to the non – psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa plant that is specifically grown for industrial uses of its derived products.

Hemp 101-  it is one the oldest domesticated crops known to man,  so how is it different from regular marijuana with its psychoactive properties, well both come from the cannabis species but are genetically different in their makeup, their uses are different and the growing methods are not the same.

The many uses of hemp for  food- such as bread,cereal, protein powder and  flour,  also used for animal feed, bedding, insulation, concrete (hempcrete) fiberboard, fuel, paper products, cardboard and filters.  Used for thousands of years as rope, clothes,shoes, sails, canvas and netting. One of the  more modern uses for hemp will be in plastics which will be non toxic as they break down, such as hemp water bottles. Biodegradable  plastics  non toxic to the environment  will be huge step forward  since there are a million ways we use plastics in are current society.

One thing hemp can Not do – is get you high – the hemp varieties of cannabis contain virtually no THC which is the chemical that gets you high. If you smoke to much you will just end up feeling sick and have a possible migraine.

Growing hemp is still illegal in most states, however you can buy hemp seeds and products, that are imported from overseas, 30 countries including China and Canada grow hemp which is a loss for our economy and job market since we import 60% of our hemp and it is a estimated $500 million market in the US.

It was purposely suppressed for 75 years in the US as it was a threat to the market shares of many big industries including: timber, paper, cotton, fuel, pharma, auto industry, agriculture and more.

The recent rebirth of hemp as a crop in America could be the next big industry with its versatility and  benefits in food, health, fuel, construction, plastics etc. there are many new innovations in hemp which is why it is being looked at as the next big industry – a cash crop.

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There are so many benefits to hemp its hard to list them all but we’ll try, incredibly versatile it has a  vast number of uses going back thousands of years. 

Hemp– typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species, also called industrial hemp – referring to the non – psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa plant that is specifically grown for industrial uses of its derived products.

Hemp 101-  it is one the oldest domesticated crops known to man,  so how is it different from regular marijuana with its psychoactive properties, well both come from the cannabis species but are genetically different in their makeup, their uses are different and the growing methods are not the same.

The many uses of hemp for  food- such as bread,cereal, protein powder and  flour,  also used for animal feed, bedding, insulation, concrete (hempcrete) fiberboard, fuel, paper products, cardboard and filters.  Used for thousands of years as rope, clothes,shoes, sails, canvas and netting. One of the  more modern uses for hemp will be in plastics which will be non toxic as they break down, such as hemp water bottles. Biodegradable  plastics  non toxic to the environment  will be huge step forward  since there are a million ways we use plastics in are current society.

One thing hemp can Not do – is get you high – the hemp varieties of cannabis contain virtually no THC which is the chemical that gets you high. If you smoke to much you will just end up feeling sick and have a possible migraine.

Growing hemp is still illegal in most states, however you can buy hemp seeds and products, that are imported from overseas, 30 countries including China and Canada grow hemp which is a loss for our economy and job market since we import 60% of our hemp and it is a estimated $500 million market in the US.

It was purposely suppressed for 75 years in the US as it was a threat to the market shares of many big industries including: timber, paper, cotton, fuel, pharma, auto industry, agriculture and more.

The recent rebirth of hemp as a crop in America could be the next big industry with its versatility and  benefits in food, health, fuel, construction, plastics etc. there are many new innovations in hemp which is why it is being looked at as the next big industry – a cash crop.

Go to our Amazon Store for  hemp products

Our Amazon Store

There are so many benefits to hemp its hard to list them all but we’ll try, incredibly versatile it has a  vast number of uses going back thousands of years. 

Hemp– typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species, also called industrial hemp – referring to the non – psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa plant that is specifically grown for industrial uses of its derived products.

Hemp 101-  it is one the oldest domesticated crops known to man,  so how is it different from regular marijuana with its psychoactive properties, well both come from the cannabis species but are genetically different in their makeup, their uses are different and the growing methods are not the same.

The many uses of hemp for  food- such as bread,cereal, protein powder and  flour,  also used for animal feed, bedding, insulation, concrete (hempcrete) fiberboard, fuel, paper products, cardboard and filters.  Used for thousands of years as rope, clothes,shoes, sails, canvas and netting. One of the  more modern uses for hemp will be in plastics which will be non toxic as they break down, such as hemp water bottles. Biodegradable  plastics  non toxic to the environment  will be huge step forward  since there are a million ways we use plastics in are current society.

One thing hemp can Not do – is get you high – the hemp varieties of cannabis contain virtually no THC which is the chemical that gets you high. If you smoke to much you will just end up feeling sick and have a possible migraine.

Growing hemp is still illegal in most states, however you can buy hemp seeds and products, that are imported from overseas, 30 countries including China and Canada grow hemp which is a loss for our economy and job market since we import 60% of our hemp and it is a estimated $500 million market in the US.

It was purposely suppressed for 75 years in the US as it was a threat to the market shares of many big industries including: timber, paper, cotton, fuel, pharma, auto industry, agriculture and more.

The recent rebirth of hemp as a crop in America could be the next big industry with its versatility and  benefits in food, health, fuel, construction, plastics etc. there are many new innovations in hemp which is why it is being looked at as the next big industry – a cash crop.

Go to our Amazon Store for  hemp products

Our Amazon Store

There are so many benefits to hemp its hard to list them all but we’ll try, incredibly versatile it has a  vast number of uses going back thousands of years. 

Hemp– typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species, also called industrial hemp – referring to the non – psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa plant that is specifically grown for industrial uses of its derived products.

Hemp 101-  it is one the oldest domesticated crops known to man,  so how is it different from regular marijuana with its psychoactive properties, well both come from the cannabis species but are genetically different in their makeup, their uses are different and the growing methods are not the same.

The many uses of hemp for  food- such as bread,cereal, protein powder and  flour,  also used for animal feed, bedding, insulation, concrete (hempcrete) fiberboard, fuel, paper products, cardboard and filters.  Used for thousands of years as rope, clothes,shoes, sails, canvas and netting. One of the  more modern uses for hemp will be in plastics which will be non toxic as they break down, such as hemp water bottles. Biodegradable  plastics  non toxic to the environment  will be huge step forward  since there are a million ways we use plastics in are current society.

One thing hemp can Not do – is get you high – the hemp varieties of cannabis contain virtually no THC which is the chemical that gets you high. If you smoke to much you will just end up feeling sick and have a possible migraine.

Growing hemp is still illegal in most states, however you can buy hemp seeds and products, that are imported from overseas, 30 countries including China and Canada grow hemp which is a loss for our economy and job market since we import 60% of our hemp and it is a estimated $500 million market in the US.

It was purposely suppressed for 75 years in the US as it was a threat to the market shares of many big industries including: timber, paper, cotton, fuel, pharma, auto industry, agriculture and more.

The recent rebirth of hemp as a crop in America could be the next big industry with its versatility and  benefits in food, health, fuel, construction, plastics etc. there are many new innovations in hemp which is why it is being looked at as the next big industry – a cash crop.

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