HEMP IS A TRUE POWERHOUSE
Hemp's deep roots hold the soil, preventing erosion.
Hemp can produce Biodegradable Plastics and Compostable Packaging.
Hemp can help end deforestation by replacing trees for paper, pulp, and lumber.
There are over 25,000 uses for this plant and counting!
A single acre of Hemp can produce :
10 tons of Biomass Material
Can be used for Fuel, Shelter, Paper, and more
Up to 2,000 gallons of Ethanol
Can be used for Fuel, Heating, and more
Up to 300 gallons of Seed Oil
Biodiesel, Food Products, and more. The pressed seed cake makes the best Animal Feed.
4-10 times the amount of pulp as an acre of trees
Can be used for Paper, Lumber, Shelter, and more. Help end deforestation with HEMP!
HEMP IS EARTH FRIENDLY
Hemp uses less water to grow than Cotton and requires zero pesticides.
The Current System: Right now Cotton Farmers are spending over $60 BILLION a year on pesticides and other toxic chemicals. These practices are destructive to the health of the Environment and Humans. We need to be conscious of the amount of pesticides and chemicals when we put this toxic clothing against our skin; especially women, children, and elderly. Always choose ORGANIC FABRICS.
Hemp does not require any toxic chemicals, or dyes to process into clothing.
Cotton - " The Fabric of our Lives" is often times very toxic by the time it reaches us in the form of clothing. The average cotton t-shirt has had as many as 5 carcinogenic treatments by the time it hits our skin for the first time. Blue Jeans are said to use 140+ chemicals to create. Talk about an environmental and human health disaster!
Pollution in Asia caused by the Jean & Clothing Industry
IT'S ALL ABOUT SHIFTING AWAY
FROM DESTRUCTIVE PRACTICES
Pesticides, Herbicides, Insecticides, Bleaching Agents, and other Toxic Chemicals.