Imagine a plant growing in harmony with the earth, harvested by the sun, flourishing without need of herbicide or pesticide. As it grows, it suppresses weeds, returning nutrients to the earth via its roots and fallen leaves.
Hemp is a fiber made from Cannabis plants. It’s versatility means that it has a variety of applications, from the bags on this site to food and biodegradable plastics.
One of the many uses of Hemp is as a food source. Examples of Hemp foods are hemp milk, hemp seed oil
The BioRegional Development Group, a charitable organisation who provide consultancy and solutions for sustainable living
Hemp can easily be processed into paper and because of it’s high growth rate, hemp pulp is better suited to be used as paper than wood pulp
Hemp fibre is ten times the strength of cotton and can be used to make many types of clothing and handbags.
A Canadian company hope to build an environmental friendly car from Hemp
Not only is the Hoodlamb Clothing range super trendy but it is ideal for keeping warm in during the winter season.