Hemp can be used to make all sorts of things. It’s kind of like a cotton substitute, but its cultivation requires less water. You can make hemp into paper, clothes, food (it’s a good source of protein), or biofuel. Hemp oils can be used to make eco-friendly paints and varnishes.
Hemp has a rich history, and has been used for thousands of years to make clothing. It was not until recently that cotton and synthetic fabrics became more popular than hemp. Hemp clothing can be very sturdy and last for a long time. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical that makes people high, is not found in high enough concentrations in industrial hemp to be considered a drug.
Hemp can be used to make building materials as a substitute for plastics. It can be used to replace wood in the production of particle board, concrete construction molds, and pressed board. Hemp cellulose can be used to make PVC pipe. Materials made from hemp could be used to replace dry wall and wood paneling. Basically, renewable, sustainable hemp could potentially be used to make anything that is currently made with wood, cotton, or plastic.
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