What is Hemp
Hemp is a plant that is grown all over the world, in some countries like the United States it is illegal to grow Hemp but exporting hemp to the United States is legal. The US is Canada’s largest consumer. Hemp has over 50,000 different uses in today world; food, building materials, fuel, makes biodegradable plastic, textiles, and technical textile, new use industrial products, building material, industrial products and paper. Hemp can be recycled up to 10% times than pulp paper. The whole hemp plant is used in today’s world. It has many benefits to the human body as well as the environment, economic issues in today’s world.
The Hemp plant matures in 8- 12 weeks it can be grown with other crops it is
grown without pesticides and herbicides, produces oxygen and can be planted 1-3 times a season. Hemp long top roots crops can be used to reclaim land in areas prone to drought or flooding. Once Hemp is harvested the crop has a high yield of cellulose, edible protein, unsaturated oils, dietary fibers and insoluble fibers. Hemp is known as superfood. It is 100% plant based food with the most natural ratio for the human body and essential fatty acids. Humans can survive consuming only hemp for 3 months with the nutrients that are found in the plant Hemp. Hemp is a whole food, chemical free, and has essential nutrients the human body needs to be balanced. Hemp is gluten free, peanut free, high in fiber, a whole protein, perfect ratio of Omega 3 6, excellent source for calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, Anti-Oxidants, Phytosterols, Potassium, Vitamin E, Essential Amino Acids, Essential Fatty Acids (omega 3,6,9), Chlorophyll, phospholipids, carotenes and GLA (gamma-Linolenic acid).
The Hemp seeds are whole foods, energy and environmental products, oil as food and fuel, body products and technical products. Hemp offers so many different uses that can promote a more sustainable world; eliminate forest exploitation, food resources, material products non-toxic, bio-fuel better than ethanol, disease and pest resistant, green jobs, help eliminate greenhouse gases, durable products, Fossil fuel and petroleum based products have created a substantial impact on our environment.