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Hemp 101

Written By Chloe Kerslake-Smith 01 Dec 2019
Hemp 101

 Hemp is a hero plant, with the power to change the world for good. It’s one of the most versatile, planet-friendly, nutritious plants around with over 50,000 different uses. Here are just a few reasons why we love it:

Green Energy

Agriculture

Super Food 

Textile

Construction

Medicine

Body Care

Plastic

Paper

 Earth


Hemp is one of the oldest cultivated crops that exits, and may have been the first plant ever domesticated by mankind. The oldest relic of human industry is a scrap of hemp fabric dating back to around 8,000 BC.

Outlawed in 1928 in the UK then partially legalised as hemp in 1993, the international hemp industry is now thriving as the worldwide movement embraces the plant’s great potential. The UK is still heavily regulated and restrictive, our mission is to change that.

Hemp is the common name for all low-THC varieties of plants in the Cannabis family. Hemp-sometimes called industrial hemp-refers to varieties of Cannabis sativa L.