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4 Mind-Blowing Ways Hemp Can Impact the Planet

Hemp is one of the world’s oldest crops. It also happens to be one of the most versatile.
From plastics to paper, the hemp plant provides a way to live in harmony with the environment and the ecosystems that support it.
Just to give you an idea how far this plant can take us, here are 4 amazing ways hemp can be a game-changer for planet Earth.

1. Growing hemp prevents pesticide pollution
Did you know hemp is resistant to pests? Unlike cotton or flax growing hemp does requires fewer pesticides or herbicides. When pesticides are sprayed onto land, they're going to easily seep into water sources sort of a river, ocean, or pond. If pesticides contaminate a body of water it can harm the living creatures within that water source (fish, frogs, insects, and more) along with anyone ingesting it.
Pesticides are linked to cancer, birth defects, ADHD, and Alzheimer’s Disease to call some.

2. Hemp can produce biodegradable plastics
Americans used over 45 billion plastic water bottles in 2015 alone.
Plastic water bottles can take anywhere between 400 and 1,000 years to decompose.
Considering the United States’ recycling rate for plastic is just 23%, there is room for improvement to say the least. The basic building blocks of plastics are cellulose derived from petroleum.
Yet petroleum is extremely toxic.
Hemp on the other hand happens to be the simplest cellulose producer on earth. It also happens to be biodegradable.

3. Fabrics made from hemp do not contain chemical residue
Did you know the majority of synthetic fibers we use today are manufactured from polymer-based petrochemical materials? Producing these synthetic materials requires an energy-intensive process, burning large amounts of gas, coal, or crude.
Yet, this problem are often avoided by switching to hemp.
Hemp fibers are easily aloof from the plant and should create clothing with zero chemical residue. Hemp is additionally a highly durable fabric and UV resistant.

4. Hemp builds stronger and healthier homes
The use of the hemp plant can extend into every aspect of our lives – including our homes.
Fiberboards made from a hemp-based composite are stronger and lighter than those manufactured from wood. Hemp and lime (hempcrete) winds up in a very soundproofing system and insulation superior that of concrete. Hemp homes are also shown to possess incredible durability. One hemp target Japan is estimated to be over 300 years old! Perhaps even more astonishing, hemp homes also provide a healthier living environment. Unlike fiberglass or drywall, hempcrete is nontoxic and mold-resistant. If we’re smart about this, hemp homes are the long run of green living.

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