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Benefits of Hemp.

July 28, 2021

HEMP, aka cannabis, is a plant probably originating in Asia. It is grown around the world, due to sea transport. It was widely spread and became popular for medicinal & industrial purposes. Probably one of the oldest plants ever cultivated by humans.

Hemp is a general term and it is used for fiber plants, especially those plants whose fiber is used in industries. In 1000 B.C, HEMP was the world’s largest agriculture crop providing material to support civilization’s most important industries, including fibers for fabric & clothing, lamp oil for lighting, paper, medicine & food for both human and domesticated animals. 

In 8000 B.C, hemp fabric was used to provide 80% of sustainable textiles. Hemp is a variety of cannabis Sativa; this is not a drug. It contains >1% THC. HEMP can grow 18 feet tall & is the biggest cash crop in the world. Hemp is the most useful plant in the world, if not the universe. Popular science came out with an article in 1938 calling Hemp the new trillion-dollar crop.

Properties of Hemp

  1. Hemp fiber is the most durable, strongest, and longest of all-natural fibers.
  2. Hemp cultivation requires no herbicides, pesticides, or chemicals.
  3. Growing in rotation with other crops, hemp farming is completely sustainable.
  4. Hemp provides for times as much fiber per acre as pine trees.
  5. Hemp paper can be recycled up to seven times.
  6. Hemp paper can be recycled up to seven times.
  7. The hemp seed & seed oil are high in protein, amino acids & vitamins.

Hemp requires no chemicals to make it grow or keep bugs away, control the erosion of the topsoil & produce oxygen. Hemp will also replace much industrial material that has been proven to be harmful to the environment & to ourselves such as paper made from, tree not only does this requires the cutting down of the tree, but the use of bleach & other toxic chemicals which contribute to water pollution, anywhere paper is made & cosmetic, plastic that are petroleum-based and do not break down easily. Hemp annual herbaceous plant is harvested differently, depending on the purpose of its use, as fiber, oil food, medicine, building material, etc., also used for industrial purposes, including paper, clothing, body product, healthy food.

What are the benefits of Hemp?


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Hemp protein is a complete protein & easily absorbable by the human digestive system. Hemp protein contains all 21 known amino acids that an adult body cannot naturally produce.

One tablespoon per day = Daily EFA ( essential fatty acids)


Image showing the effect of hemp on soil and water | Agrrro

Hemp has a natural & unique ability to detoxify the land it is planted on. It can also absorb other harmful substances; it can absorb leftover phosphorus on farmland after the use of poultry fertilizers.


Image showing cloths made from hemp | Agrrro

Hemp clothes are softer, warmer & more water-resistant than cotton. It’s stronger than cotton & was the original material for Levis Strauss jeans. Keep you cool on warm days and keep you warm on cool days.


Image showing paper, paper glass, cloth bag and brush made from hemp | Agrrro

Wood trees for paper take 50-100 years to mature. Hemp takes four months to mature. Hemp paper was found 200 years before Cai Lun (the invention of paper). It lasts longer & is more durable than conventional wood pulp papers.


Image showing plastic packaging material made from hemp | Agrrro

Conventional plastics are petroleum-based products that are not sustainable sources. Hemp plastics are plant-based & more sustainable. Plastic takes more than 100 years to barely decompose & release harmful gases while it does. Hemp plastic is biodegradable & doesn’t release any harmful gases. Currently, Audi, BMW, Ford, Porsche are using Hemp-based plastic components.


Image showing high density grow hemp plant stoping weed to grow | Agrrro

Hemp leaves no chance for weed to root in, as Hemp grows in high density. Hemp is fast-growing, tall with crowded foliage(​​all the leaves of a tree or plant).


Wheat & Corn can produce around 8.5 tons of material per hectare per year, and Hemp produces 25 tons. Hemp is naturally a hardy plant, and pest residence means it needs less or no pesticides to cultivate. Hemp is drought resistant.

Please Use Hemp

If today is a typical day on planet earth, we will lose 116 square miles of rainforest, Or about an acre a second. We will lose another 72 square miles to the increasing deserts as a result of human overpopulation and mismanagement. The climate will be more extreme, the more acidic & the fabric of life more threadbare.