“Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the fields?”—Henry Ford
HEMP MADE PRODUCTS
The use of industrial hemp has continued to evolve into a wide variety of products, including health foods, organic body care, clothing, construction materials, biofuels, plastic composites and more.
Hemp Built Homes
Hemp products such as hempcrete, insulation, fiberboard, carpet, stucco, cement blocks, plastics and more can be used as building materials. Wall built with hemp are free of toxins and allergens, is fire resistant and can last up to 500 years.
Hemp Paper and Cardboard
Hemp made paper and cardboard products. Unlike trees that take 30 years to mature, hemp is ready in a matter of weeks and can be recycled up to 10 times while wood pulp can be recycled a max of 3 times.
Hemp Made Automobiles
Automobile bodies made with high-density plastics are least 10 times more dent-resistant than steel. Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Co., first toyed with the idea of plant-based car parts in 1940