Hemp can be a vital product not only for a more sustainable life but also for a carbon-friendly future—the four parts of a hemp plant are seeds, stalks, roots, and leaves. The seeds make fuel, the stalks make fiber, the leaves make medicine, and the roots cure the soil. Each plant’s use is bound to replace the present availability, like cotton and fuel.
The roots of hemp are known to relieve cramps, inflammatory arthritis and joint pains. An infusion of the root can be used to ease burns, hemorrhoids and eczema. The root has been used to treat gout, digestive problems and rheumatism.shop now
Hemp seeds can produce hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based protein powder. Hemp seeds can sustain our dietary needs without any other supplements, have essential fatty acids that boosts the immunity and controls cholesterol.shop now
Hemp stalk is used for animal bedding, automative parts, rope, insulation, building materials, textiles, and paper. Considered by some as waste, hemp stalks may actually be one of the more versatile components in the hemp plant.shop now
The global industrial hemp market size was valued at USD 3.61 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.2% from 2021 to 2028. The growing consumer demand for industrial hemp in food and beverage products for its dietary benefits is expected to drive the product demand. See what’s happening around the world in hemp.