Sunlight will not rot or fade
un-dyed hemp fabric.
Won’t rot or fade
Hemp can be grown
organically and only
susceptible to about 8% of
Grown without chemicals
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Hemp farming and production is among the oldest industries on the planet. It has been found
in pottery over 10,000 years old. It has been noted that the oldest known relic of human
industry, a bit of hemp fabric dates back to 8000 BC.
The founders of the United States, including Presidents Washington and Jefferson, encouraged
the budding Republics farmers to grow hemp as a source of economic vitality. The Declaration
of Independence was written on a piece of hemp paper.
The Hemp plant contains less than .3% THC, the psycho-active ingredient found in it’s cousin
marijuana, and cannot be used as or converted into a recreational drug
Hemp seed oil contains the highest and most balanced levels of essential fatty acids (omega-3
and omega-6) of any of the seed oils. It is also very high in proteins and contains all the
essential amino acids.
The bark of the hemp stalk contains bast fibers, which are among the Earths longest natural
soft fibers and are also rich in cellulose. The cellulose and hemi-cellulose in its inner woody
core are called hurds. Hemp stalk is not psychoactive. Hemp fiber is longer, stronger, more
absorbent and more insulative than cotton fiber.
Hemp can be grown organically. Only eight out of about one hundred known pests cause
problems, and hemp is most often grown without herbicides, fungicides or pesticides. Hemp
is a natural weed suppressor due to the fast growth of the canopy.
The United States is the #1 consumer of hemp products, but the only industrialized nation in
the world not currently growing hemp. The current market for hemp products in over $500
million annually and stands to increase significantly upon legislative changes due to take effect
In 1938, Popular Mechanics
reported more than 25,000
uses for hemp.