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What is Hemp?

Hemp, cannabis, marijuana, hash, grass, indicia and weed are just a few of the names particular to one plant: Cannabis sativa. Hemp is a high and quick growing plant, with a stem getting from 1-5 metres high at harvest time.

Hemp has been full-grown for its fibre and seed for thousands of years during the world. Hemp seed has the highest gain of protein of any plant-based resource except for soybeans. And similar to soybeans, hemp seed can be completed into food products similar to porridge, milk, butter and cheese.

Can I smoke hemp products?

The only beat you will find from smoking your hemp jeans, shoes or lip-balm is a headache.

What is the difference between Marijuana and Hemp?

The dissimilarity is in its use. Hemp and Marijuana both come from the same plant - Cannabis Sativa L. The term 'Hemp' generally refers to the industrial/commercial use of the cannabis stalk and seed for textiles, foods, papers, body care products, detergents, plastics and house materials. The term 'marijuana' refers to the medicinal, entertaining or spiritual use relating the smoking of cannabis flowers. Industrial hemp contains only about 0.3% - 1.5% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinoids, the exciting ingredients that make you high) while marijuana contains about 5% - 10% or more THC.


Because hemp will do you and your world nothing but well (and we have worked solid to create our products mainly attractive).

How can hemp be used for cloth?

The tail of the hemp place has two parts, called the bast and the hurd. The fiber (bast) of the hemp place can be woven into about any type of cloth. It is very strong. In fact, the first Levi’s blue jeans were complete out of hemp for now this cause. Compared to all the other normal fibers accessible, hemp is other proper for a big number of applications.

Here is how hemp is harvested for strand: A field of strongly spaced hemp is permitted to grow waiting the leaves go down off. The hemp is then cut down and it lies in the field for a few time washed by the heavy rain. It is crooked over once to interpretation both sides of the stalk evenly. Through this time, the hurd softens up and a lot of minerals are return to the soil. This is called "retting", and after this step is full, the stalks are brought to an engine which separates the bast and the hurd. We are fortunate to have machines today — men used to do this final division by hand with hours of back-breaking labor.

How much hemp seed nut should I eat in a day?

3-5 Tablespoons for an adult. 3-5 Teaspoons for a child.

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