Hemp cultivation dates back to the beginnings of recorded history. Its first use was as food for humans and animals in Ancient China and India. Its fiber then became indispensable for making many necessary items.
For nearly 3000 years Hemp was planet Earth’s largest agricultural crop and most important industry producing the fiber, paper, clothing, lighting fuel and medicine used by much of humanity. It is and has always been Earths’ most sustainable natural resource.
Modern technological advances have made possible a large variety of foods that can be made from Hemp Seeds including Cheese, Milk, Ice Cream, Flour, Hemp Tofu, Butter and Oil. From the leaves and stalks it is now possible to make over 25,000 types of products from medicine to buildings to graphene to dynamite.
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