Source – greenmedinfo.com
– “…Hemp plastic is a “material of the future” that could drastically cut down on the need for plastics and their devastating toll on the environment. In some cases, standard plastics may be reinforced with hemp, which may account for up to 80 percent of the plastic’s weight. Hemp can also be used to make 100 percent hemp plastic, which is recyclable and can be 100 percent biodegradable”
Primary Health Benefits of Hemp – By Dr. Joseph Mercola
Hemp has many health benefits to offer, and may be making its comeback in the United States.
Hemp has been called a plant of “major economic importance,” as it grows like a weed, yet can be used in the production of food, personal care products, textiles, paper, and even plastic and construction materials.1
Valued since ancient times as a fiber source for textiles, the hemp industry eventually made it…
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