anything oil can do: hemp can do better, cheaper, cleaner, faster and safer
There’s nothing wrong with clean air, clean water, clean foods, clean earth, natural remedies, renewable energies and a sustainable environment, and we don’t need to imprison humanity to achieve these goals, as is happening now courtesy of the WEF-WHO-UN-EU-Gates and their sycophant politicians & corporate subsidiaries. A simple switch to sustainable, renewable goods and services will accomplish this on a daily win-win basis.
If you’re an inventor, invent with sustainable, biodegradable products. If you’re an entrepreneur, build your new networks and businesses around sustainable, clean and cruelty-free products and resources. Hemp can play an important role in turning around our economies; one that leaves everyone a solvent partner instead of a globalist slave.
76 Incredible Real-Life Products Made from Hemp:
Article-1 by Nina Julia: Hemp is the oldest agricultural crop on our planet, one that has long been used by a number of great civilizations. Although forsaken at some point, hemp is now going through a renaissance, showing us once again that it can help people in a myriad of ways. Let’s take a look at the quote from an article published in Popular Mechanics in 1938: “American farmers are promised a new cash crop […] and it will provide thousands of jobs for American workers throughout the land.”
Yes, dear friends, hemp was once claimed the New Billion-Dollar Crop. With such an extremely wide range of potential applications, it’s no wonder that hemp gained such a reputation among U.S. citizens. It seemed that the opportunities for using hemp in our lives were endless.
Still, it took the government not even a year after this publication to pass harsh restrictions on cannabis and hemp that essentially burned the entire industry down in the ground. For almost a century, hemp has been forgotten and stigmatized due to the sea of misconceptions spread by the Reefer Madness propaganda.
Fortunately, as times are changing, more and more people become aware of how hemp can improve the quality of our lives. In this article, we will show you 76 amazing real-life hemp products – we hope you’ll try some of them once you learn how awesome they are: Full Article-1
25 Things You Didn’t Know Could Be Made From Hemp:
Article-2 by Rachel Garland: What is hemp used for and how long have we been using it 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 hemp.
Fuel: Did you know that hemp could fuel the world? Hemp is the most cost-efficient and environmentally friendlyfuel crop. Depending on processing, hemp can produce two different types of fuel – hemp biodiesel and hemp ethanol/methanol.
Ink: When researching what hemp can be used for, this one caught us by surprise. Hemp oil can be used as a base for non-toxic inks. And compared to more popular materials like soy, hemp ink requires minimal processing and dries faster.
Mulch: Often used as a surface application, hemp mulch improves the soil around plants. Because hemp mulch provides high thermal insulation, it is protective in warm and cold temperatures. In addition, mulch made from hemp provides a dryer surface area keeping weeds at bay.
Carpet: Traditional carpeting is a big culprit of indoor pollution. The synthetic materials used to create the fibers are not only loaded with toxic chemicals but trap allergens, debris, and other pollutants. Hemp carpet on the other hand actually reduces indoor pollution. When made with eco-friendly materials, the carpet is also 100% biodegradable.
Fiberboard: Did you know compressed hemp hurds and bast fibers offer an alternative to traditional insulation materials? In fact, hemp fiberboard is not only environmentally sustainable, it’s also lighter, stronger, and water-resistant.
Batteries: Hemp-based batteries can be made at 1/1000 of the cost of our current energy systems. They can also outperform current energy storing technologies. A replacement to hazardous and non-environmentally friendly battery units, hemp batteries could help heal our planet.
Plastic Products: Did you know that hemp plastic is said to be five times stiffer and 2.5 times stronger than polypropylene (PP) plastic? Or, that hemp plastic doesn’t pose 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.
Hemp Butter: Made from hemp seeds, similar to peanut butter, this 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. Full Article-2
What Can You Make Out of Hemp?
Article-3: by Fraser Horton: Being one of the most durable materials, the hemp plant is an excellent source for producing industrial and building materials.
Hempcrete: One of the most promising ways for the industrial use of the hemp plant is hempcrete, which is a building material that’s made from hemp hurds, lime, and sand. Hempcrete can be used for the construction or insulation of homes and it has many benefits. It naturally absorbs CO2 as it ages, thereby reducing carbon footprint and becoming sturdier at the same time. It’s also an excellent thermodynamic insulator and will help reduce energy costs. And finally, since it’s made out of natural materials, it can also eliminate causes for allergies.
Hemp Ropes: Not exactly a building material, but a very durable one. The strength of hemp fibers makes them a great choice for the production of ropes to be used for all purposes.
As expected, hemp plastic is much more durable (3.5 times stronger and 5 times stiffer) and much more eco-friendly than conventional plastic. Bioplastic can be used for the production of so many products, including cars (like what Henry Ford did).
Hemp has many environmental benefits, and the production of hemp paper is another one. Hemp paper is more sustainable than tree paper because hemp stalks grow much faster than trees allowing for a larger-scale production of paper in a shorter amount of time. Plus, only one acre of hemp plants can produce just as 4-10 acres of trees over a cycle of 20 years.
Hemp also contains much higher levels of cellulose compared to trees – hemp has 85%, while trees have 30% cellulose. That said, long-term use of hemp to produce paper can significantly lower the rates of deforestation.
In 1941, Henry Ford built a car using hemp materials, hemp plastic to be more precise, and it even ran on hemp fuel. In other words, a model example of sustainability. But it seems like automotive hemp products are making a comeback.
One of the most important hemp products is biofuel, or biodiesel and bioethanol. Biodiesel is primarily made from both hemp seeds and stalks, while bioethanol or cellulosic ethanol (alcohol fuel) is made by fermenting the whole plant. The best thing about biofuel is that regular cars can run on it. Full Article-3