Hemp is an incredibly environmentally-friendly crop that can be used for everything from food to fuel to fabric. It’s naturally resistant to pests, so it doesn’t require pesticides. Hemp is also easy to grow, requiring little water and no pesticides.
Hemp vs Linen clothes: Which is better?
Whether you want to grow hemp or weave it into your own textiles, these benefits will certainly save you plenty of money compared to purchasing linen and other related materials. In fact, hemp has plenty of applications and uses ranging from food to fuel.
Change your toilet paper & Save the forests
oilet paper is the staple of human hygiene products, with its soft tissue used on sweaty behinds across the world. But did you know that toilet paper is very bad for the environment? It’s true — one of the most regrettable tools of modern man
Come back to the future: Hemp plastic
A new type of plastic is revolutionizing the industry. The name of the revolutionary product? Hemp plastic, naturally. This hemp plastic is the material of the future, that’s right, it’s the ultimate plastic we have been waiting for.
Are you looking for a safer alternative to Botox?
Hemp oil has been around for thousands of years. Without giving a history lesson here, hemp was used in ancient China to make paper, textiles and clothing, food products, and even building materials such as wood.
Spot-on eco-friendly shoe trends: But how to choose?
Chances are that you’re a runner, a hiker, a walker or just a sneakerhead and on the lookout for shoes that will serve your needs nicely and you’ll likely be able to wear them for many years to come. I think anyone looking for comfortable shoes should definitely add hemp footwear to their options.