Hemp: the incredible plant that’s going to save us all.
That is what we are, we are hemp. And we have a message for you – there is hope in this world and it comes from hemp. Hemp can’t be smoked or ingested and get people high; rather, it has a multitude of uses which could change our lives forever. The first step to living in a better world starts with understanding the power of hemp!
Hemp is the most useful crop with over 25,000 uses. It can be used to replace our dependence on fossil fuels as fuel for cars and airplanes, as a building material that’s stronger than steel or concrete; we could build skyscrapers out of hemp! The list goes on – in fact, it would take you an entire day if not longer to read all about what Hemp has done in just one year alone. As long as there are people who continue to speak up for this plant and promote its use instead of trying to suppress it like they have been doing since 1937 when Marijuana was made illegal by Congress: We will keep fighting; We’ll still be here.
We are hemp!
Hemp Can Save Us All?
Hemp is a plant that has been used for thousands of years to make everything from paper, rope, cloth and paint. It’s also the foundation of organic textiles like canvas and jeans.
But hemp isn’t just an eco-friendly material – it can save you money on things we all use every day! The seeds are loaded with protein and omegas making them perfect as a supplement or great mixed into your morning cereal (a cold press mixture). Hemp oil is rich in anti-oxidants which have strong anti-inflammatory properties so they’re good for pain relief too. We love hemp because it feels good knowing our clothes, food and supplements come from something sustainable!
Hemp is an incredibly useful plant with a wide variety of uses.
Hemp fibers for clothing are far more comfortable and durable than cotton, silk or other natural fabrics.
Hemp seeds can be used to make protein chips that taste great.
Hemp milk has all the nutrients we need without any additives – just like breastmilk! It’s easy to digest and has half the calories of cow’s milk so it won’t cause weight gain which helps prevent diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and high blood pressure.
hemp oil can help people who suffer from neurodegenerative diseases (such as Alzheimer’s). Studies have shown that regular use may improve brain function by increasing oxygen.
A plant that can be used to create nearly anything, hemp is more than just a sustainable resource. With such an incredible list of potential uses – from paper and plastic to food and fuel – we needn’t worry about running out anytime soon.
Hemp has been around for centuries and was historically grown in the Americas over 400 years ago. It’s only recently become illegal but it still takes some time for us all to get past our misconceptions, especially because of its association with marijuana cannabis sativa (although they have no relation).
So let’s start here: forget what you know about hemp or think you know about it by talking with someone who knows their stuff. You’ll quickly learn how amazing this plant really is!
Hemp is one of the most sustainable plants on Earth and can be grown without pesticides or herbicides, which makes it an incredible resource for paper pulp.
Because hemp takes such a short amount of time to grow and doesn’t require as much water compared with other crops, we’ll never run out of resources! That means we can keep making our clothes, building houses, etc., all while helping protect the environment – because that’s just what we do these days. And in case you’re wondering: yes, this plant does contain CBDs (although they are not psychoactive) so there really is something amazing behind those stalks after all.
In summary: the plant that has been used across cultures around the world for centuries is now being utilized as a sustainable and eco-friendly resource because we are hemp.
Here’s how to get started:
Some people might not be convinced of just how much of an impact hemp will have until it becomes legal everywhere – but we’re already seeing what it means for farmers in New York State who were able to grow their first crop last year (and make some money while doing good). And if you don’t think things could get any better, the New York Times just reported that hemp-derived CBDs are now being permitted for use in human clinical trials.
We’ll have to wait and see what happens, but we can be sure of one thing: there’s a lot more coming from this crop than you ever could’ve imagined. And it really is going to save us all.
Hemp has been used by cultures across the world for centuries – so far they’re best known as an eco-friendly resource because we are hemp!