Going Green With Hemp!

Going Green With Hemp!

Hemp is the worlds most environmentally safe crops of the U.S. and around the world. The Hemp plant leaves soil in an improved condition of the soil. It grows tall and thick, shading and mulching the ground. It contributes to healthy microbial life and nutrient content in the soil. The leaves fall off year round, giving the soil much needed nutrients. Hemp is also naturally resistant to insects, molds, and other pests, requiring no pesticides. So what can we do to Go Green With Hemp? Use it for all the products we can! Thus reducing our footprint on the earth. What can Hemp be used for?

Going Green With Hemp!

Clothes/Linen/Fabrics

Hemp can be used for a vast variety of fabrics, including clothes and linen. It lasts 5 times longer then cotton, with much less strain in the soil. It allows the skin to breathe and when the first snow fall comes, it will naturally lock in the warmth. It is also non-strechy, and does not wear out over time, like cotton. The first American Flag was made from Hemp. From that, Hemp was also the first rope making material as it is strong, flexible and resistant to water.

Going Green With Hemp!

CBD Oil (Hemp Oil)

We must wean ourselves off fossil fuel dependency. Working with plants like Hemp can reduce our stress and dependency on fossil fuels. For centuries Hemp Oil was used as Lamp Oil. Today Hemp Oil can be used to create bio fuels to replace Gasoline for our cars and diesel engines. Unlike Fossil Fuels, Bio fuels are renewable and produce less greenhouse gases.

These are just a few materials we can use Hemp for in today’s society. We can significantly reduce our footprint on the earth by using Eco Friendly Hemp, and other organic products.