What is hemp and it’s uses?

What is hemp and it’s uses?

What is hemp and it’s uses?

Hemp and Marijuana come from the same Cannabidiol plant and it is the oldest domesticated crop. Hemp was first cultivated in South Asia in 10,000 BC. In 1838 the machine was invented to make the process of harvesting hemp easier. Hemp is taken from the above-mentioned plant and is versatile in its use. It is estimated that hemp can be used for over 50,000 purposes, is versatile, and is used to produce raw materials, paper, clothing, biodegradable bedding, clothing, etc. For example, A material used for construction hempcrete has bio-composite material made of hemp fibers which are bio resistant and absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Besides, it is not toxic as well unlike other materials used for construction. Clothing made from hemp filters UV light to help protect against the harmful rays emitting from the sun.

Talking about the uses in detail then hemp has many uses ranging from ropes to paper, clothes, and concrete for building those sturdy houses. Also, it is rich with the highest quality of proteins, omega 3 and omega 6 crucial for the best functioning for our bodies especially for people who are vegetarian and l; looking for ways to uptake their protein levels. They are bound to find rich and healthy protein from these tiny but magnanimously useful seeds.

The first known hemp rope was made in 26,900 BC and it is known for its environment friendly attributes. In a world, today struggling with a cleansing environment hemp offers a solution in every field of life imaginable. It can replace harmful plastic with recyclable hemp bags to hold our stuff. The clothes made from hemp are sturdy and they can be mixed with cotton or silk to eliminate any graininess which comes naturally with the hemp fiber.

Hemp was used by famous personalities as well and history is a testimonial to the fact that the forefather of the USA and founding father Thomas Jefferson used hemp paper to write the declaration of independence and US constitution. Betsy rose also made the US flag with a hemp cloth. Moreover, in 1841 Henry Ford manufactured the body of an automobile with hemp-based plastic and it was powered by hemp ethanol fuel.

In 1937 hemp production was banned throughout the USA bypassing the Marihuana tax act, but in 2014 former President Barack Obama signed a difference between hemp and Marijuana. In 2018’s farm bill federal Erie legalized commercial hemp production in the USA and the hemp used had to keep below 0.3 percent threshold of THC.

Hence, due to the various benefits offered by these cheap plants, we must look into more hemp products to make our environment sustainable, our food choices and bodies healthy, our homes secure, and our clothes breathing air with natural fibers and securing our bodies from toxic Ultra violet rays. It is also important to consciously make an effort to abandon plastic use which has predominantly become a major environmental hazard and has embedded every nook and crook of our lives, rather we choose natural fiber hemp products to secure all ends of our and our upcoming generations life and keep this planet healthy to sustain life.

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Comments (6)

  • Patricia M Reply

    Nicole, thank you for sharing the benefits and different use of this plant. Great information, and very useful.

    April 23, 2021 at 5:38 pm
    • Nicole Reply

      Thank you so much for taking the time to look over our blog as we continue to inform consumers about the CBD/Hemp plant.

      April 23, 2021 at 10:05 pm
  • Lori Matei Reply

    Thanks for your very interesting and informative article about this amazing plant🌞🪴

    May 30, 2022 at 10:59 pm
    • Nicole Reply

      Thank you for visiting our website. The Flower Shop want to spread the word about this awesome cannabis plant. We want our people to live a fun and healthier lifestyle (No more pills for pain).

      May 31, 2022 at 5:53 pm
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    August 22, 2022 at 12:31 am

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