Hemp!. By: btrafton. Facts about Hemp!. Hemp is the most durable of natural fibers. It is strong, weather resistant, versatile, cost-effective, and easy on the environment. It can be recycled 8 times!
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Hemp is the most durable of natural fibers.
It is strong, weather resistant, versatile, cost-effective, and easy on the environment.
It can be recycled 8 times!
Hemp is one of the earliest domesticated plants known. It has been cultivated by many civilizations for over 12,000 years. Hemp use archaeologically dates back to the Neolithic Age in China, with hemp fiber imprints found on Yangshao culture pottery dating from the 5th century BC
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After the 3 recycles of paper, it is then generally disposed of, and the chemicals, though the amounts may be small, are still put into the earth. Hemp paper, however, is clean, only needs hydrogen peroxide to bleach it if necessary, and is recyclable up to 8 times. After the recycling processes it can safely be disposed of because 1. there are not large amounts of chemicals in it and 2. it is so clean and would be considered a fertilizer.
After the recycling processes it can safely be disposed of anywhere because it can be fertilizer also after it has been recycled 8-10 times. It can also be used for construction, food, nutrition, fiber, and fuel.
No steps are needed because it can be used as fertilizer after it is recycled 8 times. So the one and only step is to recycle it into fertilizer, crop, clothing, construction,food or medicine.
It can be used 7 more times after you recycle the fabric as many things like a good substitution for wood or medicine! You can also use it for fertilizer after those 8-10 recycles, making hemp the most recyclable, eco-friendly product around.
Around 50,000 products can me made from hemp. Like fuel, fabric, food, chemicals, textile, paper, plastic, oil for lights, animal food, furniture, mats, varnish, lotions, ointments, lacquer, the world's bibles, maps, sails, clothes, books, fertilizer, medicine, and more!
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