There are so many things that can be made from industrial hemp. It's incredibly versatile. Here is a list of just a few items that might surprise you.
When I think of hemp and food, the last thing I would think of is a burger. It goes to show that hemp is a versatile plant. You can find hemp seed and hemp seed oil in veggie burger recipes all over the internet. Unfortunately, we missed our chance to try a CBD-infused Rocky Mountain High burger with infused Santa Fe sauce from Carl's Jr. A 4/20 promotion in Colorado circa 2019.
With sustainability and comfort in mind, we introduce to you hemp underwear. Companies like WAMA are using hemp in their fabrics, Even big names like Levi's is getting into the hemp game.
Often tree-free, this biodegradable and sustainable is an alternative to your traditional 2-ply. Companies like Reel Toilet Paper are making a splash with their subscription boxes. Next time you're out of TP consider a hemp alternative.
Hemp might just be the future of bio-based batteries. Currently, in the research stages, hemp batteries could be an excellent alternative to current toxic battery technologies. Something worth keeping on your radar.
3-D Printer Filament
For small production runs, prototyping, small business, and educational use, 3D printing is vastly superior to other industrial methods. With hemp filaments, you can add sustainability to the list. Hemp filament can be used in PLA printers with no additional setup.
Hemp is a prolific plant with 101 uses. Who knows what they'll think of next. We're excited to find out. For more information on industrial hemp check out our blog, here.