Hemp Products Can Fuel The American Farming Economy
Hemp Encompasses A $500 Billion International Industry
Hemp can replace most plastic products and can be recycled 10 times compared to traditional plastic that can only be recycled 3 times.
Hemp can be used to replace most paper products and hemp can be produced in months versus the 50+ years for trees to mature.
Hemp biomass can be converted into many forms to be used as energy, including, biodiesel, ethanol, methanol, methane gas, gasoline and pellets to replace wood pellets can be derived from hemp.
Cotton & Fiber Replacement
Hemp can replace most paper and plastic products. Hemp paper can be recycled 10 times compared to wood paper that can only be recycled 3 times.
Hemp can be used to replace most fibers such as cotton and can be produced on less land. Hemp seeds are also classified as a super food and contain most essential nutrients for humans.
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