Many Uses Of Hemp Plant

The Many Uses of Hemp Plants

According to several scientists, cannabis was not the first plant cultivated by humans, but it was undoubtedly one of the first. Hemp use by humans can be dated back almost 10,000 years, according to the archeologist. The plant appeared in Central Asia, growing well in trash pits of early settlements. Our ancestors enjoyed the highly nutritious seeds, the psychoactive effects of burning the plant, and the strength of its fiber helped it spread around the world.

Early farmers bred the plant to grow long and thin for rope making, or it could be bred to produce more of the resin used for medicinal and spiritual purposes. The plant has adapted to whatever society needed, and that allowed for it to become one of the most widespread plants in human history.

Some of the ways we use Hemp in modern times:

– A Composite Material In Car Manufacturing To Reinforce Door Panels, Passenger Rear Decks, Truck Linings, And

– Pillars Replacement for molded plastics

– Added to plastics to improve stiffness, impact resistance, bending, and strength

– Therma insulation and construction materials such as Hempcrete

– Oil for salads- Seeds for birds- Feed-cakes for livestock

– Specialty paper such as banknotes, cigarette papers, filters, art paper, and tea bags

– Biodegradable landscape matting

– Textiles for carpets and upholstery, canvas to make the sails and rope for the world’s ships

– Fine textiles for clothing and bags

– Animal bedding and super absorbent, no dust, cat litter

– Insect repellent

– Vehicle fuel

– Hemp seeds are in granola and snack bars, nut butter, bread, salad dressings, and beverages    

– Body care products from soap, creams, moisturizers, and lip balm


Science knows that hemp seeds contain an ideal mix of essential fatty acids that help the building blocks of our endocannabinoid system.  The research will continue building on this incredible, versatile Plant