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Why Hemp?

 

The Most Versatile Plant

The humble hemp plant is one of the most versatile plants we have today. It is estimated that over 25,000 products can be made from hemp! From paper, to fabrics, to oil, to even plastics, this plant is unmatched and could provide us the answer we need  to combat the growing climate concerns.

The Most Ecofriendly Fiber 

When it comes to being environmentally friendly, hemp reigns supreme. Hemp is naturally anti-microbial and does not require or need any herbicides or pesticides. It also gives back 60-70% of nutrients back to the soil, rather than depleting it like cotton crops. Hemp also requires far less water and land than traditional cotton. Hemp also helps absorb more Co2 than trees.

Hemp For Our Everyday Lives

Besides being the most ecofriendly and versatile plant, hemp is also the best fabric to use for our bodies and communities. Hemp is naturally UV protected and is hypoallergenic. Hemp is also biodegradable and does not release harmful microfibers into our waterways and foods.