The New Generation of Hemp The New Generation of Hemp

09 Sep , 2019

As recreational cannabis use continues to grow, the hemp plant is steadily following its path. In 2017 alone, $920 million worth of legal hemp products were sold in the United States. Seeing this represented in a dollar figure, proves the severity of demand for hemp and business are popping up everywhere, everyday to serve it.

People are using hemp in various CBD products, personal care items and even food because of its astonishing health benefits. Last year, over 1,456 official licenses were issued to grow hemp and 32 U.S. universities conducted hemp-related research to increase the world’s knowledge of the plant. In food, hemp has been proven to help digestion, reduce risk of heart disease, improve skin conditions including: acne, eczema, and rashes. Hemp has also shown signs of reducing menstrual cramps and other symptoms in women. 

Outside of the human body, hemp has a wide variety of benefits and uses for common world issues. For example, the term “Hempcrete” refers to the carbon negative construction from the hemp plant used for building with the same benefits offered as concrete. Hempcrete is energy efficient, fire resistant, durable, low-maintenance, while still being a cost-effective building material than traditional resources. 

Our world runs on energy created by a variety of different ways, some more harmful than others. A fairly new technology referred to as “Super capacitors” are what power most modern day electric vehicles. These capacitors support batteries with short bursts of high power. The tradition material used to develop capacitors is called “graphene” and it has an average cost per ton is around $1.8 Billion (Yea, with a B.) However, Hemp can also be used to create these Super Capacitors and may actually outperform the tradional option by nearly 200%. All of the benefit can be achieved while preserving our natural resource at the price of, wait for it, $5000 per ton! 

Of course, let’s not forget about the real reason we use hemp. For our bodies! By 2022, CBD is expected to become the most popular hemp product on the market, selling approximately $646 million of product. Though in the 1900s the plant was once frowned upon by the government, today with it’s immense and growing popularity, it’s likely hemp will continue on its upward trend of becoming legal in more states & countries around the entire world.

As recreational cannabis use continues to grow, the hemp plant is steadily following its path. In 2017 alone, $920 million worth of legal hemp products were sold in the United States. Seeing this represented in a dollar figure, proves the severity of demand for hemp and business are popping up everywhere, everyday to serve it.

People are using hemp in various CBD products, personal care items and even food because of its astonishing health benefits. Last year, over 1,456 official licenses were issued to grow hemp and 32 U.S. universities conducted hemp-related research to increase the world’s knowledge of the plant. In food, hemp has been proven to help digestion, reduce risk of heart disease, improve skin conditions including: acne, eczema, and rashes. Hemp has also shown signs of reducing menstrual cramps and other symptoms in women. 

Outside of the human body, hemp has a wide variety of benefits and uses for common world issues. For example, the term “Hempcrete” refers to the carbon negative construction from the hemp plant used for building with the same benefits offered as concrete. Hempcrete is energy efficient, fire resistant, durable, low-maintenance, while still being a cost-effective building material than traditional resources. 

Our world runs on energy created by a variety of different ways, some more harmful than others. A fairly new technology referred to as “Super capacitors” are what power most modern day electric vehicles. These capacitors support batteries with short bursts of high power. The tradition material used to develop capacitors is called “graphene” and it has an average cost per ton is around $1.8 Billion (Yea, with a B.) However, Hemp can also be used to create these Super Capacitors and may actually outperform the tradional option by nearly 200%. All of the benefit can be achieved while preserving our natural resource at the price of, wait for it, $5000 per ton! 

Of course, let’s not forget about the real reason we use hemp. For our bodies! By 2022, CBD is expected to become the most popular hemp product on the market, selling approximately $646 million of product. Though in the 1900s the plant was once frowned upon by the government, today with it’s immense and growing popularity, it’s likely hemp will continue on its upward trend of becoming legal in more states & countries around the entire world.

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