HEMP CAN DO MORE THAN YOU THINK

Hemp can serve and save Earth

A plant as versatile as hemp is the solution to many of the world’s existential threats.

Explore over 9 different markets and some of the 50,000 sustainable products this plant can produce.

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DELICIOUS HEMP BASED PRODUCTS

Food & drink

Hemp seeds


Hemp seeds are so nutritious. Popular among vegetarians and athletes, hemp seeds are regarded as superfoods. Here’s just a short list of some of its amazing health benefits:

  • One of the most nutritious foods available in nature

  • Easily digested by the body

  • Can sustain our dietary needs, even without consuming any other healthy food

  • Contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) – helps with immune system and cholesterol levels

  • Helps heal those suffering from immune deficiency diseases

  • A superior vegetarian source of protein




Hemp seed oil


While hemp offers different types of oil, hemp seed oils has the most common dietary application you will find. Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the plant itself. When the oil is unrefined, it is commonly considered nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. Here’s why:

  • It contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

  • Great source for Vitamin A & E

  • Includes number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc

  • Has amazing skin care properties

  • Promotes healthy hair and nails, while reducing inflammation




Hemp seed butter


Organic hemp seed butter is natural, organic, raw and unrefined. The quality of the protein in hemp seed butter is unequalled. Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter packs a nutritional punch with about eleven grams of protein. Made from finely ground and pressed form of hemp seeds, hemp seed butter offers amazing nutritional benefits.




Hemp flour


Hemp seed flour is gluten free, nutritious, and an excellent source of energy. The seed flour contains 33% protein and is second only to soy in flour protein content. An added benefit is that hemp seed flour protein is more easily digested. Hemp flour is perfect for those who have nut, dairy, gluten or wheat allergies




Hemp granola


Hemp granola is entirely vegetarian, without ingredients which originate from fish, eggs, fowl or meat. The advantage with hemp is that it has all the amino acids that are essential for your health. All nine amino acids can be found inside, and hemp comes with a 35% protein content, plus the good type of fats, like the omega 3 fatty acids.




Hemp protein powder


Hemp protein powder is one of the most popular vegetarian protein powders among active athletes. Derived from hemp seeds, hemp protein promises an average of 15 grams of protein per serving – that is the highest vegan source of simple protein available. Hemp protein is a great way to increase your daily protein intake, especially for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting whey protein.

  • Great source of vegan protein. High rate of digestibility – allows the body to use the protein more efficiently

  • Rich in fiber – helps to lower risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and constipation

  • One serving of hemp protein powder can satisfy 50% of your daily recommended fiber serving

  • Aids in anti-fatigue

  • Enhances your immune systems




Hemp energy bars


Hemp energy bars are vegan and gluten free, easy to digest, essential nutrient rich super foods that are a delicious and convenient whole food meal.




Energy drinks


Clean tasting energy drink and has a delicious unique flavor all to itself. Hemp energy drinks are blended with the highest quality organic hemp protein and the perfect combination of ingredients that taste amazing and will give you the boost you need without the crash.




Hemp Coffee


Hemp coffee beans are made from ground coffee beans + lightly roasted hemp seeds. The blend of toasted hemp seeds with roasted coffee beans offers a nutty tasting coffee while adding a vibrational frequency not found in other worldwide coffees with considerably less caffeine and countless vitamins and minerals.




Hemp tea


Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). Many swear by its ability to improve digestion, lower blood pressure and increase energy. Additionally, hemp tea has been linked to weight loss, blood sugar control and the lowering of cholesterol. Hemp leaves & buds have a similar phenolic profile as green tea plus elemental nutrients such as magnesium and iron.




Hemp milk


Similar to almond milk, hemp milk is made from grinding hemp seeds with water. Hemp milk offers a nutty tasting, healthy alternative for those looking for milks other than dairy. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, all 10 essential amino acids and Omega-3 & Omega-6 "good" fats.




Hemp flavored water


Herbal water that is packed with vitamins B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and Omega 3. It contains all of the essential amino-acids which help support muscle growth and is low in saturated fats. Using only organic ingredients, hemp water has antioxidant properties, fatty acids, and is completely gluten-free!




Hemp beer


Ale with toasted hemp seeds. Tasty.




Hemp vodka


Vodka that is fermented and distilled with hemp. Marinated with, organic, sterilized hemp seeds that contains no psychoactive ingredients, allowing consumers to enjoy an herbal hemp aroma and flavor in a delicious adult beverage.




Hemp “meat” (burgers, hotdogs)


Ever tried vegetarian burger patties and thought they were tasteless and bland? Hemp seed-based veggie burgers are now offering a better solution. Protein-packed veggie burgers based off hemp seeds as the main ingredient are hearty.




Hemp tofu


Hemp tofu is 100% soy free and the first alternative to traditional tofu. It has 30 grams of plant protein per package, all 10 essential amino acids, and is completely allergen free.





 
 

COOL HEMP CLOTHES AND AWESOME ACCESSORIES

Apparel & trappings

Why hemp clothing?


Hemp fabric has proved to be superior to its counterparts in almost every way. Hemp fiber is more… Hemp is an extremely versatile fiber and can be easily blended with most fibers (silk, muslin, denim, canvas, suede, fleece) to produce a variety of fabrics which are lightweight, durable, soft, strong, and absorbent.

Some of the advantages of hemp fabric are warmth, the softness of natural fiber along with superior durability seldom found in other natural fibers. Awareness has to be created among the consumers to buy garments that last longer and promote a fashion culture that encourages the consumer to consume less but tasteful products. The idea is to hopefully influence consumers to opt for slow fashion over fast fashion. This conscious decision will go a long way in reducing carbon footprints and the negative impact on the environment.

Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable of all-natural textile fibers. Products made from hemp will outlast their competition by many years. Not only is hemp strong, but it also holds its shape, stretching less than any other natural fiber. This prevents hemp garments from stretching out or becoming distorted with use. Hemp may be known for its durability, but its comfort and style are second to none.

The more hemp is used, the softer it gets. Hemp doesn't wear out, it wears in. Hemp is also naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light. Due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more water absorbent, and will dye and retain its color better than any fabric including cotton. This porous nature allows hemp to "breathe," so that it is cool in warm weather. Furthermore, air which is trapped in the fibers is warmed by the body, making hemp garments naturally warm in cooler weather.

  • Porous and breathable – Hemp fibers allow your skin to breathe.
  • Durable – Hemp fiber is the most durable fiber of any plant.
  • Eco-friendly & Sustainable – Cotton is a water-intensive crop and uses 25% of the world’s pesticides. Hemp requires 50% less water to grow than cotton and requires no use of pesticides.
  • Anti-microbial
  • Wears in instead of wearing out, gets softer after every wash
  • Hemp fabric is naturally antibacterial, anti-microbial with anti-odor properties. Super comfortable, breathable and gets softer with every wash. Hemp is also organic, eco-friendly and can help save the planet.




Hemp shirts


Most hemp shirts available on the market are mixed with a little bit of organic cotton. It’s typically a 60% Hemp / 40% Cotton mix. They’re some of the most durable shirts you’ll ever buy.




Hemp jackets


A more durable product while also being more sustainable than other brands.




Hemp jeans


Imagine using hemp fiber for jeans. It’s durable, breathable, absorbent, and has amazing anti-microbial properties.




Yoga pants


Mixing hemp fabric with some organic cotton offers elasticity. Hemp yoga pants can be used for your stretching, meditation, or even pajama wear. Hemp yoga leggings are made with super durable, stretchy hemp and organic cotton fabric. This is a fabric that won't wear out, won't stretch out, doesn't pill wash after wash.




Underwear


Hemp underwear will make you feel good, naturally. Comfortable, breathable with anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-odor properties from hemp that keep your privates safe. Designed with a great fit and nature in mind, making it perfect for your travels and everyday use.




Socks


Hemp provides more benefits than regular cotton socks. Hemp has a natural resistance to mold & mildew and is antimicrobial. They're also able to absorb moisture better ensuring cleanliness and hygiene. Hemp is the strongest natural fiber which helps create a long lasting, comfortable sock.




Shoes


All-natural shoes made of extra-strong cannabis hemp fibers, while other upcycled elements make the style completely eco-friendly. The sneakers also feature 100% waterproof capabilities, ensuring that they are functional and wearable in a variety of climates and environments.




Sandals


Hemp sandals are the go-to sandals for surfers and other summer-loving folks. Hemp flip flops have a relaxed, frayed look, plus they’re super comfortable. The natural anti-microbial properties of the hemp plant make it an ideal material for shoes, as it doesn’t hold on to odors like other materials like leather and some synthetics do. Hemp is hypoallergenic, so unlike materials like wool, it won’t irritate your skin. Furthermore, hemp fiber is extremely strong, With the top soles and straps made from hemp, these sandals are the most naturally durable flip flops you’ll find on the market.




Hats


No matter what style of hat you are looking for, there is sustainable hemp head covering available. From the classic hemp baseball cap, to the hemp trucker hat, even down to a hemp five panel hat for the casual end of things.




Belts


Might not be the best option for professional attire, but hemp belts go great for casual wear.




Scarves


Hemp scarfs are lightweight, yet warm and cozy. They’re not as thick as wool scarves, but a good option for those living in milder weather.




Ties, bow ties, and handkerchiefs


The perfect exhibition of sustainability, trendy hemp garmets are designed to add sustainable value to your outfit of the day.




Wallets


Hemp produces the finest, most durable and eco-friendly wallets available.




Backpacks


Have you ever had backpacks that just broke or tore after a couple years? Try hemp backpacks and they’ll last you 10+ years. Using one of the strongest fabrics, hemp backpacks offer you a durable, sustainable product you can carry around anywhere.




Sunglasses


By handcrafting each glasses frame out of hemp fibers, the end result is a durable, lightweight, and eco-friendly finished product. With each pair of glasses being produced, because they are made out of sustainable materials, they are 100% vegan and are able to be recycled. A friendly reminder how something as common and ordinary as sun/prescription glasses can benefit and be improved with new innovation being fueled by hemp.




Hemp phone cases


All those phones might not be so broken if they were protected with durable hemp plastic.





HEMP FOR HAIR, SKIN, AND SEXY TIME

 

Beauty & skin

Why hemp clothing?


Hemp fabric has proved to be superior to its counterparts in almost every way. Hemp fiber is more… Hemp is an extremely versatile fiber and can be easily blended with most fibers (silk, muslin, denim, canvas, suede, fleece) to produce a variety of fabrics which are lightweight, durable, soft, strong, and absorbent.

Some of the advantages of hemp fabric are warmth, the softness of natural fiber along with superior durability seldom found in other natural fibers. Awareness has to be created among the consumers to buy garments that last longer and promote a fashion culture that encourages the consumer to consume less but tasteful products. The idea is to hopefully influence consumers to opt for slow fashion over fast fashion. This conscious decision will go a long way in reducing carbon footprints and the negative impact on the environment.

Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable of all-natural textile fibers. Products made from hemp will outlast their competition by many years. Not only is hemp strong, but it also holds its shape, stretching less than any other natural fiber. This prevents hemp garments from stretching out or becoming distorted with use. Hemp may be known for its durability, but its comfort and style are second to none.

The more hemp is used, the softer it gets. Hemp doesn't wear out, it wears in. Hemp is also naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light. Due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more water absorbent, and will dye and retain its color better than any fabric including cotton. This porous nature allows hemp to "breathe," so that it is cool in warm weather. Furthermore, air which is trapped in the fibers is warmed by the body, making hemp garments naturally warm in cooler weather.

  • Porous and breathable – Hemp fibers allow your skin to breathe.
  • Durable – Hemp fiber is the most durable fiber of any plant.
  • Eco-friendly & Sustainable – Cotton is a water-intensive crop and uses 25% of the world’s pesticides. Hemp requires 50% less water to grow than cotton and requires no use of pesticides.
  • Anti-microbial
  • Wears in instead of wearing out, gets softer after every wash
  • Hemp fabric is naturally antibacterial, anti-microbial with anti-odor properties. Super comfortable, breathable and gets softer with every wash. Hemp is also organic, eco-friendly and can help save the planet.




Hemp shirts


Most hemp shirts available on the market are mixed with a little bit of organic cotton. It’s typically a 60% Hemp / 40% Cotton mix. They’re some of the most durable shirts you’ll ever buy.




Hemp jackets


A more durable product while also being more sustainable than other brands.




Hemp jeans


Imagine using hemp fiber for jeans. It’s durable, breathable, absorbent, and has amazing anti-microbial properties.




Yoga pants


Mixing hemp fabric with some organic cotton offers elasticity. Hemp yoga pants can be used for your stretching, meditation, or even pajama wear. Hemp yoga leggings are made with super durable, stretchy hemp and organic cotton fabric. This is a fabric that won't wear out, won't stretch out, doesn't pill wash after wash.




Underwear


Hemp underwear will make you feel good, naturally. Comfortable, breathable with anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-odor properties from hemp that keep your privates safe. Designed with a great fit and nature in mind, making it perfect for your travels and everyday use.




Socks


Hemp provides more benefits than regular cotton socks. Hemp has a natural resistance to mold & mildew and is antimicrobial. They're also able to absorb moisture better ensuring cleanliness and hygiene. Hemp is the strongest natural fiber which helps create a long lasting, comfortable sock.




Shoes


All-natural shoes made of extra-strong cannabis hemp fibers, while other upcycled elements make the style completely eco-friendly. The sneakers also feature 100% waterproof capabilities, ensuring that they are functional and wearable in a variety of climates and environments.




Sandals


Hemp sandals are the go-to sandals for surfers and other summer-loving folks. Hemp flip flops have a relaxed, frayed look, plus they’re super comfortable. The natural anti-microbial properties of the hemp plant make it an ideal material for shoes, as it doesn’t hold on to odors like other materials like leather and some synthetics do. Hemp is hypoallergenic, so unlike materials like wool, it won’t irritate your skin. Furthermore, hemp fiber is extremely strong, With the top soles and straps made from hemp, these sandals are the most naturally durable flip flops you’ll find on the market.




Hats


No matter what style of hat you are looking for, there is sustainable hemp head covering available. From the classic hemp baseball cap, to the hemp trucker hat, even down to a hemp five panel hat for the casual end of things.




Belts


Might not be the best option for professional attire, but hemp belts go great for casual wear.




Scarves


Hemp scarfs are lightweight, yet warm and cozy. They’re not as thick as wool scarves, but a good option for those living in milder weather.




Ties, bow ties, and handkerchiefs


The perfect exhibition of sustainability, trendy hemp garmets are designed to add sustainable value to your outfit of the day.




Wallets


Hemp produces the finest, most durable and eco-friendly wallets available.




Backpacks


Have you ever had backpacks that just broke or tore after a couple years? Try hemp backpacks and they’ll last you 10+ years. Using one of the strongest fabrics, hemp backpacks offer you a durable, sustainable product you can carry around anywhere.




Sunglasses


By handcrafting each glasses frame out of hemp fibers, the end result is a durable, lightweight, and eco-friendly finished product. With each pair of glasses being produced, because they are made out of sustainable materials, they are 100% vegan and are able to be recycled. A friendly reminder how something as common and ordinary as sun/prescription glasses can benefit and be improved with new innovation being fueled by hemp.




Hemp phone cases


All those phones might not be so broken if they were protected with durable hemp plastic.





 

HEMP TO HELP YOUR HEALTH

Medicine & health

Why hemp clothing?


Hemp fabric has proved to be superior to its counterparts in almost every way. Hemp fiber is more… Hemp is an extremely versatile fiber and can be easily blended with most fibers (silk, muslin, denim, canvas, suede, fleece) to produce a variety of fabrics which are lightweight, durable, soft, strong, and absorbent.

Some of the advantages of hemp fabric are warmth, the softness of natural fiber along with superior durability seldom found in other natural fibers. Awareness has to be created among the consumers to buy garments that last longer and promote a fashion culture that encourages the consumer to consume less but tasteful products. The idea is to hopefully influence consumers to opt for slow fashion over fast fashion. This conscious decision will go a long way in reducing carbon footprints and the negative impact on the environment.

Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable of all-natural textile fibers. Products made from hemp will outlast their competition by many years. Not only is hemp strong, but it also holds its shape, stretching less than any other natural fiber. This prevents hemp garments from stretching out or becoming distorted with use. Hemp may be known for its durability, but its comfort and style are second to none.

The more hemp is used, the softer it gets. Hemp doesn't wear out, it wears in. Hemp is also naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light. Due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more water absorbent, and will dye and retain its color better than any fabric including cotton. This porous nature allows hemp to "breathe," so that it is cool in warm weather. Furthermore, air which is trapped in the fibers is warmed by the body, making hemp garments naturally warm in cooler weather.

  • Porous and breathable – Hemp fibers allow your skin to breathe.
  • Durable – Hemp fiber is the most durable fiber of any plant.
  • Eco-friendly & Sustainable – Cotton is a water-intensive crop and uses 25% of the world’s pesticides. Hemp requires 50% less water to grow than cotton and requires no use of pesticides.
  • Anti-microbial
  • Wears in instead of wearing out, gets softer after every wash
  • Hemp fabric is naturally antibacterial, anti-microbial with anti-odor properties. Super comfortable, breathable and gets softer with every wash. Hemp is also organic, eco-friendly and can help save the planet.




Hemp shirts


Most hemp shirts available on the market are mixed with a little bit of organic cotton. It’s typically a 60% Hemp / 40% Cotton mix. They’re some of the most durable shirts you’ll ever buy.




Hemp jackets


A more durable product while also being more sustainable than other brands.




Hemp jeans


Imagine using hemp fiber for jeans. It’s durable, breathable, absorbent, and has amazing anti-microbial properties.




Yoga pants


Mixing hemp fabric with some organic cotton offers elasticity. Hemp yoga pants can be used for your stretching, meditation, or even pajama wear. Hemp yoga leggings are made with super durable, stretchy hemp and organic cotton fabric. This is a fabric that won't wear out, won't stretch out, doesn't pill wash after wash.




Underwear


Hemp underwear will make you feel good, naturally. Comfortable, breathable with anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-odor properties from hemp that keep your privates safe. Designed with a great fit and nature in mind, making it perfect for your travels and everyday use.




Socks


Hemp provides more benefits than regular cotton socks. Hemp has a natural resistance to mold & mildew and is antimicrobial. They're also able to absorb moisture better ensuring cleanliness and hygiene. Hemp is the strongest natural fiber which helps create a long lasting, comfortable sock.




Shoes


All-natural shoes made of extra-strong cannabis hemp fibers, while other upcycled elements make the style completely eco-friendly. The sneakers also feature 100% waterproof capabilities, ensuring that they are functional and wearable in a variety of climates and environments.




Sandals


Hemp sandals are the go-to sandals for surfers and other summer-loving folks. Hemp flip flops have a relaxed, frayed look, plus they’re super comfortable. The natural anti-microbial properties of the hemp plant make it an ideal material for shoes, as it doesn’t hold on to odors like other materials like leather and some synthetics do. Hemp is hypoallergenic, so unlike materials like wool, it won’t irritate your skin. Furthermore, hemp fiber is extremely strong, With the top soles and straps made from hemp, these sandals are the most naturally durable flip flops you’ll find on the market.




Hats


No matter what style of hat you are looking for, there is sustainable hemp head covering available. From the classic hemp baseball cap, to the hemp trucker hat, even down to a hemp five panel hat for the casual end of things.




Belts


Might not be the best option for professional attire, but hemp belts go great for casual wear.




Scarves


Hemp scarfs are lightweight, yet warm and cozy. They’re not as thick as wool scarves, but a good option for those living in milder weather.




Ties, bow ties, and handkerchiefs


The perfect exhibition of sustainability, trendy hemp garmets are designed to add sustainable value to your outfit of the day.




Wallets


Hemp produces the finest, most durable and eco-friendly wallets available.




Backpacks


Have you ever had backpacks that just broke or tore after a couple years? Try hemp backpacks and they’ll last you 10+ years. Using one of the strongest fabrics, hemp backpacks offer you a durable, sustainable product you can carry around anywhere.




Sunglasses


By handcrafting each glasses frame out of hemp fibers, the end result is a durable, lightweight, and eco-friendly finished product. With each pair of glasses being produced, because they are made out of sustainable materials, they are 100% vegan and are able to be recycled. A friendly reminder how something as common and ordinary as sun/prescription glasses can benefit and be improved with new innovation being fueled by hemp.




Hemp phone cases


All those phones might not be so broken if they were protected with durable hemp plastic.





 

HEMP FOR YOUR 'GOOD BOY' OR 'GAL'

Animals & pets

Hemp seeds


Hemp seeds are so nutritious. Popular among vegetarians and athletes, hemp seeds are regarded as superfoods. Here’s just a short list of some of its amazing health benefits:

  • One of the most nutritious foods available in nature

  • Easily digested by the body

  • Can sustain our dietary needs, even without consuming any other healthy food

  • Contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) – helps with immune system and cholesterol levels

  • Helps heal those suffering from immune deficiency diseases

  • A superior vegetarian source of protein




Hemp seed oil


While hemp offers different types of oil, hemp seed oils has the most common dietary application you will find. Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the plant itself. When the oil is unrefined, it is commonly considered nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. Here’s why:

  • It contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

  • Great source for Vitamin A & E

  • Includes number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc

  • Has amazing skin care properties

  • Promotes healthy hair and nails, while reducing inflammation




Hemp seed butter


Organic hemp seed butter is natural, organic, raw and unrefined. The quality of the protein in hemp seed butter is unequalled. Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter packs a nutritional punch with about eleven grams of protein. Made from finely ground and pressed form of hemp seeds, hemp seed butter offers amazing nutritional benefits.




Hemp flour


Hemp seed flour is gluten free, nutritious, and an excellent source of energy. The seed flour contains 33% protein and is second only to soy in flour protein content. An added benefit is that hemp seed flour protein is more easily digested. Hemp flour is perfect for those who have nut, dairy, gluten or wheat allergies




Hemp granola


Hemp granola is entirely vegetarian, without ingredients which originate from fish, eggs, fowl or meat. The advantage with hemp is that it has all the amino acids that are essential for your health. All nine amino acids can be found inside, and hemp comes with a 35% protein content, plus the good type of fats, like the omega 3 fatty acids.




Hemp protein powder


Hemp protein powder is one of the most popular vegetarian protein powders among active athletes. Derived from hemp seeds, hemp protein promises an average of 15 grams of protein per serving – that is the highest vegan source of simple protein available. Hemp protein is a great way to increase your daily protein intake, especially for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting whey protein.

  • Great source of vegan protein. High rate of digestibility – allows the body to use the protein more efficiently

  • Rich in fiber – helps to lower risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and constipation

  • One serving of hemp protein powder can satisfy 50% of your daily recommended fiber serving

  • Aids in anti-fatigue

  • Enhances your immune systems




Hemp energy bars


Hemp energy bars are vegan and gluten free, easy to digest, essential nutrient rich super foods that are a delicious and convenient whole food meal.




Energy drinks


Clean tasting energy drink and has a delicious unique flavor all to itself. Hemp energy drinks are blended with the highest quality organic hemp protein and the perfect combination of ingredients that taste amazing and will give you the boost you need without the crash.




Hemp Coffee


Hemp coffee beans are made from ground coffee beans + lightly roasted hemp seeds. The blend of toasted hemp seeds with roasted coffee beans offers a nutty tasting coffee while adding a vibrational frequency not found in other worldwide coffees with considerably less caffeine and countless vitamins and minerals.




Hemp tea


Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). Many swear by its ability to improve digestion, lower blood pressure and increase energy. Additionally, hemp tea has been linked to weight loss, blood sugar control and the lowering of cholesterol. Hemp leaves & buds have a similar phenolic profile as green tea plus elemental nutrients such as magnesium and iron.




Hemp milk


Similar to almond milk, hemp milk is made from grinding hemp seeds with water. Hemp milk offers a nutty tasting, healthy alternative for those looking for milks other than dairy. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, all 10 essential amino acids and Omega-3 & Omega-6 "good" fats.




Hemp flavored water


Herbal water that is packed with vitamins B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and Omega 3. It contains all of the essential amino-acids which help support muscle growth and is low in saturated fats. Using only organic ingredients, hemp water has antioxidant properties, fatty acids, and is completely gluten-free!




Hemp beer


Ale with toasted hemp seeds. Tasty.




Hemp vodka


Vodka that is fermented and distilled with hemp. Marinated with, organic, sterilized hemp seeds that contains no psychoactive ingredients, allowing consumers to enjoy an herbal hemp aroma and flavor in a delicious adult beverage.




Hemp “meat” (burgers, hotdogs)


Ever tried vegetarian burger patties and thought they were tasteless and bland? Hemp seed-based veggie burgers are now offering a better solution. Protein-packed veggie burgers based off hemp seeds as the main ingredient are hearty.




Hemp tofu


Hemp tofu is 100% soy free and the first alternative to traditional tofu. It has 30 grams of plant protein per package, all 10 essential amino acids, and is completely allergen free.





 

CAR PARTS AND FUEL FROM HEMP

Automobiles

Ford's hemp car


In 1941, Henry Ford built a prototype car out of hemp. It was not only built out of hemp plastic, but it also ran on hemp fuel. Hemp plastic was tested to be much stronger than steel. They tried denting the hemp car with a hammer, but the car didn’t even budge.

An entrepreneur in Florida built a sports car out of hemp. Called the Renew Sports Cars, this hemp car comes out to be 4.7X greener than even an electric car. Similar to Henry Ford’s car, this car’s exterior is all made from hemp plastic and it runs on hemp biofuel.




Biofuel


A great option for a sustainable alternative, hemp fuel is produced from hemp’s waste products, which leave behind methanol and ethanol. One acre of hemp can produce about 1,000 gallons of fuel, while petroleum oil is becoming more and more scarce. Hemp fuel is also beneficial for the vehicle! Biofuel is more lubricating than petroleum and does not harm the torque or ignition of the car. It is becoming increasingly expensive to purchase petroleum and we are forced to go to international resources, which will also eventually run out. Hemp, on the other hand, can be grown domestically in any climate or environment. Hemp biodiesel is made from hemp seed oil and can be used in any conventional diesel engine. UConn’s research showed hemp oil had a 97% conversion rate into biodiesel and passed all lab tests. Imagine a fleet of transport trucks powered by fuel made by a plant which left the soil in better condition than it found it. Meanwhile, the rest of the plant can be used to produce ethanol or methanol. Sometimes referred to as “hempanol” or “hempoline” this type of fuel is made through a process called cellulolysis which ferments and distills the hemp to extract ethanol. Methanol, on the other hand, is produced from the woody pulp matter in the stalks of plants. Creating methanol from hemp is done through a process of dry distillation. As a carbon neutral resource, the plant ingests carbon dioxide (CO2) very quickly, even faster than trees. Plus, carbon dioxide emissions from biodiesel is reabsorbed through the process of photosynthesis in plants. So, in addition to pulling toxins from the soil, the hemp plant can essentially “scrub” CO2 from the air we breathe.




Car parts


According to these scientists, the plant-based car materials are not only biodegradable, but can also enhance fuel efficiency, as they weigh nearly 30% less than the materials that are currently used in making car components. A lighter car generally requires less fuel to drive it. Building car components including the outer shell using hemp could lower the ever-increasing number of rusting car body parts from old lots. Hemp fibers are thoroughly cleaned then heated and sometimes blended with a few biodegradable plastic to increase their overall strength. They are then molded to form hardened filling and paneling. Hemp is also considered to be significantly cheaper to produce when compared to the manufacture of other materials such as steel.

In the 1910s, Henry Ford tried experimenting with using agricultural products in the manufacture of his automobiles. In 1941, he came up with a solution and built a prototype car that contained cellulose fibers derived from hemp, sisal, and wheat straw. The plastic was said to be lighter than steel and 10 times stronger than steel! Essentially, any part of a car that is plastic could be made of hemp.

The average weight of most cars is made up of 20% plastics. From the inner consoles to the exterior of the vehicle, there is a lot of plastic used to build a car. Since all plastics used in cars are made of a mixture of oil based plant products mixed with glass or wood chips, the oils could easily be taken from hemp. The hemp fibers would also replace the wood chips and or glass as the binding substance.

Thermoset compression molding is currently producing car panels and other parts for several global auto manufacturers. A Mercedes car panel is made using this technology. The process involves taking a sheet of the hemp fiber matting, injecting it with thermoset resin, placing into a mold, heating it to high temps for a set amount of time, then popping the panel out of the mold for cleanup and final drilling/cutting. Currently, Mercedes, BMW, and Audi are few of the auto companies that are using this in their vehicles.





 

ACTIVITIES AND FUN BECAUSE OF HEMP

Recreational

Why hemp clothing?


Hemp fabric has proved to be superior to its counterparts in almost every way. Hemp fiber is more… Hemp is an extremely versatile fiber and can be easily blended with most fibers (silk, muslin, denim, canvas, suede, fleece) to produce a variety of fabrics which are lightweight, durable, soft, strong, and absorbent.

Some of the advantages of hemp fabric are warmth, the softness of natural fiber along with superior durability seldom found in other natural fibers. Awareness has to be created among the consumers to buy garments that last longer and promote a fashion culture that encourages the consumer to consume less but tasteful products. The idea is to hopefully influence consumers to opt for slow fashion over fast fashion. This conscious decision will go a long way in reducing carbon footprints and the negative impact on the environment.

Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable of all-natural textile fibers. Products made from hemp will outlast their competition by many years. Not only is hemp strong, but it also holds its shape, stretching less than any other natural fiber. This prevents hemp garments from stretching out or becoming distorted with use. Hemp may be known for its durability, but its comfort and style are second to none.

The more hemp is used, the softer it gets. Hemp doesn't wear out, it wears in. Hemp is also naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light. Due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more water absorbent, and will dye and retain its color better than any fabric including cotton. This porous nature allows hemp to "breathe," so that it is cool in warm weather. Furthermore, air which is trapped in the fibers is warmed by the body, making hemp garments naturally warm in cooler weather.

  • Porous and breathable – Hemp fibers allow your skin to breathe.
  • Durable – Hemp fiber is the most durable fiber of any plant.
  • Eco-friendly & Sustainable – Cotton is a water-intensive crop and uses 25% of the world’s pesticides. Hemp requires 50% less water to grow than cotton and requires no use of pesticides.
  • Anti-microbial
  • Wears in instead of wearing out, gets softer after every wash
  • Hemp fabric is naturally antibacterial, anti-microbial with anti-odor properties. Super comfortable, breathable and gets softer with every wash. Hemp is also organic, eco-friendly and can help save the planet.




Hemp shirts


Most hemp shirts available on the market are mixed with a little bit of organic cotton. It’s typically a 60% Hemp / 40% Cotton mix. They’re some of the most durable shirts you’ll ever buy.




Hemp jackets


A more durable product while also being more sustainable than other brands.




Hemp jeans


Imagine using hemp fiber for jeans. It’s durable, breathable, absorbent, and has amazing anti-microbial properties.




Yoga pants


Mixing hemp fabric with some organic cotton offers elasticity. Hemp yoga pants can be used for your stretching, meditation, or even pajama wear. Hemp yoga leggings are made with super durable, stretchy hemp and organic cotton fabric. This is a fabric that won't wear out, won't stretch out, doesn't pill wash after wash.




Underwear


Hemp underwear will make you feel good, naturally. Comfortable, breathable with anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-odor properties from hemp that keep your privates safe. Designed with a great fit and nature in mind, making it perfect for your travels and everyday use.




Socks


Hemp provides more benefits than regular cotton socks. Hemp has a natural resistance to mold & mildew and is antimicrobial. They're also able to absorb moisture better ensuring cleanliness and hygiene. Hemp is the strongest natural fiber which helps create a long lasting, comfortable sock.




Shoes


All-natural shoes made of extra-strong cannabis hemp fibers, while other upcycled elements make the style completely eco-friendly. The sneakers also feature 100% waterproof capabilities, ensuring that they are functional and wearable in a variety of climates and environments.




Sandals


Hemp sandals are the go-to sandals for surfers and other summer-loving folks. Hemp flip flops have a relaxed, frayed look, plus they’re super comfortable. The natural anti-microbial properties of the hemp plant make it an ideal material for shoes, as it doesn’t hold on to odors like other materials like leather and some synthetics do. Hemp is hypoallergenic, so unlike materials like wool, it won’t irritate your skin. Furthermore, hemp fiber is extremely strong, With the top soles and straps made from hemp, these sandals are the most naturally durable flip flops you’ll find on the market.




Hats


No matter what style of hat you are looking for, there is sustainable hemp head covering available. From the classic hemp baseball cap, to the hemp trucker hat, even down to a hemp five panel hat for the casual end of things.




Belts


Might not be the best option for professional attire, but hemp belts go great for casual wear.




Scarves


Hemp scarfs are lightweight, yet warm and cozy. They’re not as thick as wool scarves, but a good option for those living in milder weather.




Ties, bow ties, and handkerchiefs


The perfect exhibition of sustainability, trendy hemp garmets are designed to add sustainable value to your outfit of the day.




Wallets


Hemp produces the finest, most durable and eco-friendly wallets available.




Backpacks


Have you ever had backpacks that just broke or tore after a couple years? Try hemp backpacks and they’ll last you 10+ years. Using one of the strongest fabrics, hemp backpacks offer you a durable, sustainable product you can carry around anywhere.




Sunglasses


By handcrafting each glasses frame out of hemp fibers, the end result is a durable, lightweight, and eco-friendly finished product. With each pair of glasses being produced, because they are made out of sustainable materials, they are 100% vegan and are able to be recycled. A friendly reminder how something as common and ordinary as sun/prescription glasses can benefit and be improved with new innovation being fueled by hemp.




Hemp phone cases


All those phones might not be so broken if they were protected with durable hemp plastic.





 

Hemp at Home

Home goods

Hemp seeds


Hemp seeds are so nutritious. Popular among vegetarians and athletes, hemp seeds are regarded as superfoods. Here’s just a short list of some of its amazing health benefits:

  • One of the most nutritious foods available in nature

  • Easily digested by the body

  • Can sustain our dietary needs, even without consuming any other healthy food

  • Contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) – helps with immune system and cholesterol levels

  • Helps heal those suffering from immune deficiency diseases

  • A superior vegetarian source of protein




Hemp seed oil


While hemp offers different types of oil, hemp seed oils has the most common dietary application you will find. Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the plant itself. When the oil is unrefined, it is commonly considered nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. Here’s why:

  • It contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

  • Great source for Vitamin A & E

  • Includes number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc

  • Has amazing skin care properties

  • Promotes healthy hair and nails, while reducing inflammation




Hemp seed butter


Organic hemp seed butter is natural, organic, raw and unrefined. The quality of the protein in hemp seed butter is unequalled. Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter packs a nutritional punch with about eleven grams of protein. Made from finely ground and pressed form of hemp seeds, hemp seed butter offers amazing nutritional benefits.




Hemp flour


Hemp seed flour is gluten free, nutritious, and an excellent source of energy. The seed flour contains 33% protein and is second only to soy in flour protein content. An added benefit is that hemp seed flour protein is more easily digested. Hemp flour is perfect for those who have nut, dairy, gluten or wheat allergies




Hemp granola


Hemp granola is entirely vegetarian, without ingredients which originate from fish, eggs, fowl or meat. The advantage with hemp is that it has all the amino acids that are essential for your health. All nine amino acids can be found inside, and hemp comes with a 35% protein content, plus the good type of fats, like the omega 3 fatty acids.




Hemp protein powder


Hemp protein powder is one of the most popular vegetarian protein powders among active athletes. Derived from hemp seeds, hemp protein promises an average of 15 grams of protein per serving – that is the highest vegan source of simple protein available. Hemp protein is a great way to increase your daily protein intake, especially for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting whey protein.

  • Great source of vegan protein. High rate of digestibility – allows the body to use the protein more efficiently

  • Rich in fiber – helps to lower risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and constipation

  • One serving of hemp protein powder can satisfy 50% of your daily recommended fiber serving

  • Aids in anti-fatigue

  • Enhances your immune systems




Hemp energy bars


Hemp energy bars are vegan and gluten free, easy to digest, essential nutrient rich super foods that are a delicious and convenient whole food meal.




Energy drinks


Clean tasting energy drink and has a delicious unique flavor all to itself. Hemp energy drinks are blended with the highest quality organic hemp protein and the perfect combination of ingredients that taste amazing and will give you the boost you need without the crash.




Hemp Coffee


Hemp coffee beans are made from ground coffee beans + lightly roasted hemp seeds. The blend of toasted hemp seeds with roasted coffee beans offers a nutty tasting coffee while adding a vibrational frequency not found in other worldwide coffees with considerably less caffeine and countless vitamins and minerals.




Hemp tea


Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). Many swear by its ability to improve digestion, lower blood pressure and increase energy. Additionally, hemp tea has been linked to weight loss, blood sugar control and the lowering of cholesterol. Hemp leaves & buds have a similar phenolic profile as green tea plus elemental nutrients such as magnesium and iron.




Hemp milk


Similar to almond milk, hemp milk is made from grinding hemp seeds with water. Hemp milk offers a nutty tasting, healthy alternative for those looking for milks other than dairy. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, all 10 essential amino acids and Omega-3 & Omega-6 "good" fats.




Hemp flavored water


Herbal water that is packed with vitamins B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and Omega 3. It contains all of the essential amino-acids which help support muscle growth and is low in saturated fats. Using only organic ingredients, hemp water has antioxidant properties, fatty acids, and is completely gluten-free!




Hemp beer


Ale with toasted hemp seeds. Tasty.




Hemp vodka


Vodka that is fermented and distilled with hemp. Marinated with, organic, sterilized hemp seeds that contains no psychoactive ingredients, allowing consumers to enjoy an herbal hemp aroma and flavor in a delicious adult beverage.




Hemp “meat” (burgers, hotdogs)


Ever tried vegetarian burger patties and thought they were tasteless and bland? Hemp seed-based veggie burgers are now offering a better solution. Protein-packed veggie burgers based off hemp seeds as the main ingredient are hearty.




Hemp tofu


Hemp tofu is 100% soy free and the first alternative to traditional tofu. It has 30 grams of plant protein per package, all 10 essential amino acids, and is completely allergen free.





 

EVERYDAY OFFICE SUPPLIES MADE OF HEMP

Office materials

Ford's hemp car


In 1941, Henry Ford built a prototype car out of hemp. It was not only built out of hemp plastic, but it also ran on hemp fuel. Hemp plastic was tested to be much stronger than steel. They tried denting the hemp car with a hammer, but the car didn’t even budge.

An entrepreneur in Florida built a sports car out of hemp. Called the Renew Sports Cars, this hemp car comes out to be 4.7X greener than even an electric car. Similar to Henry Ford’s car, this car’s exterior is all made from hemp plastic and it runs on hemp biofuel.




Biofuel


A great option for a sustainable alternative, hemp fuel is produced from hemp’s waste products, which leave behind methanol and ethanol. One acre of hemp can produce about 1,000 gallons of fuel, while petroleum oil is becoming more and more scarce. Hemp fuel is also beneficial for the vehicle! Biofuel is more lubricating than petroleum and does not harm the torque or ignition of the car. It is becoming increasingly expensive to purchase petroleum and we are forced to go to international resources, which will also eventually run out. Hemp, on the other hand, can be grown domestically in any climate or environment. Hemp biodiesel is made from hemp seed oil and can be used in any conventional diesel engine. UConn’s research showed hemp oil had a 97% conversion rate into biodiesel and passed all lab tests. Imagine a fleet of transport trucks powered by fuel made by a plant which left the soil in better condition than it found it. Meanwhile, the rest of the plant can be used to produce ethanol or methanol. Sometimes referred to as “hempanol” or “hempoline” this type of fuel is made through a process called cellulolysis which ferments and distills the hemp to extract ethanol. Methanol, on the other hand, is produced from the woody pulp matter in the stalks of plants. Creating methanol from hemp is done through a process of dry distillation. As a carbon neutral resource, the plant ingests carbon dioxide (CO2) very quickly, even faster than trees. Plus, carbon dioxide emissions from biodiesel is reabsorbed through the process of photosynthesis in plants. So, in addition to pulling toxins from the soil, the hemp plant can essentially “scrub” CO2 from the air we breathe.




Car parts


According to these scientists, the plant-based car materials are not only biodegradable, but can also enhance fuel efficiency, as they weigh nearly 30% less than the materials that are currently used in making car components. A lighter car generally requires less fuel to drive it. Building car components including the outer shell using hemp could lower the ever-increasing number of rusting car body parts from old lots. Hemp fibers are thoroughly cleaned then heated and sometimes blended with a few biodegradable plastic to increase their overall strength. They are then molded to form hardened filling and paneling. Hemp is also considered to be significantly cheaper to produce when compared to the manufacture of other materials such as steel.

In the 1910s, Henry Ford tried experimenting with using agricultural products in the manufacture of his automobiles. In 1941, he came up with a solution and built a prototype car that contained cellulose fibers derived from hemp, sisal, and wheat straw. The plastic was said to be lighter than steel and 10 times stronger than steel! Essentially, any part of a car that is plastic could be made of hemp.

The average weight of most cars is made up of 20% plastics. From the inner consoles to the exterior of the vehicle, there is a lot of plastic used to build a car. Since all plastics used in cars are made of a mixture of oil based plant products mixed with glass or wood chips, the oils could easily be taken from hemp. The hemp fibers would also replace the wood chips and or glass as the binding substance.

Thermoset compression molding is currently producing car panels and other parts for several global auto manufacturers. A Mercedes car panel is made using this technology. The process involves taking a sheet of the hemp fiber matting, injecting it with thermoset resin, placing into a mold, heating it to high temps for a set amount of time, then popping the panel out of the mold for cleanup and final drilling/cutting. Currently, Mercedes, BMW, and Audi are few of the auto companies that are using this in their vehicles.





 

HEMP APPLIED ON AN INDUSTRIAL SCALE

Construction

Ford's hemp car


In 1941, Henry Ford built a prototype car out of hemp. It was not only built out of hemp plastic, but it also ran on hemp fuel. Hemp plastic was tested to be much stronger than steel. They tried denting the hemp car with a hammer, but the car didn’t even budge.

An entrepreneur in Florida built a sports car out of hemp. Called the Renew Sports Cars, this hemp car comes out to be 4.7X greener than even an electric car. Similar to Henry Ford’s car, this car’s exterior is all made from hemp plastic and it runs on hemp biofuel.




Biofuel


A great option for a sustainable alternative, hemp fuel is produced from hemp’s waste products, which leave behind methanol and ethanol. One acre of hemp can produce about 1,000 gallons of fuel, while petroleum oil is becoming more and more scarce. Hemp fuel is also beneficial for the vehicle! Biofuel is more lubricating than petroleum and does not harm the torque or ignition of the car. It is becoming increasingly expensive to purchase petroleum and we are forced to go to international resources, which will also eventually run out. Hemp, on the other hand, can be grown domestically in any climate or environment. Hemp biodiesel is made from hemp seed oil and can be used in any conventional diesel engine. UConn’s research showed hemp oil had a 97% conversion rate into biodiesel and passed all lab tests. Imagine a fleet of transport trucks powered by fuel made by a plant which left the soil in better condition than it found it. Meanwhile, the rest of the plant can be used to produce ethanol or methanol. Sometimes referred to as “hempanol” or “hempoline” this type of fuel is made through a process called cellulolysis which ferments and distills the hemp to extract ethanol. Methanol, on the other hand, is produced from the woody pulp matter in the stalks of plants. Creating methanol from hemp is done through a process of dry distillation. As a carbon neutral resource, the plant ingests carbon dioxide (CO2) very quickly, even faster than trees. Plus, carbon dioxide emissions from biodiesel is reabsorbed through the process of photosynthesis in plants. So, in addition to pulling toxins from the soil, the hemp plant can essentially “scrub” CO2 from the air we breathe.




Car parts


According to these scientists, the plant-based car materials are not only biodegradable, but can also enhance fuel efficiency, as they weigh nearly 30% less than the materials that are currently used in making car components. A lighter car generally requires less fuel to drive it. Building car components including the outer shell using hemp could lower the ever-increasing number of rusting car body parts from old lots. Hemp fibers are thoroughly cleaned then heated and sometimes blended with a few biodegradable plastic to increase their overall strength. They are then molded to form hardened filling and paneling. Hemp is also considered to be significantly cheaper to produce when compared to the manufacture of other materials such as steel.

In the 1910s, Henry Ford tried experimenting with using agricultural products in the manufacture of his automobiles. In 1941, he came up with a solution and built a prototype car that contained cellulose fibers derived from hemp, sisal, and wheat straw. The plastic was said to be lighter than steel and 10 times stronger than steel! Essentially, any part of a car that is plastic could be made of hemp.

The average weight of most cars is made up of 20% plastics. From the inner consoles to the exterior of the vehicle, there is a lot of plastic used to build a car. Since all plastics used in cars are made of a mixture of oil based plant products mixed with glass or wood chips, the oils could easily be taken from hemp. The hemp fibers would also replace the wood chips and or glass as the binding substance.

Thermoset compression molding is currently producing car panels and other parts for several global auto manufacturers. A Mercedes car panel is made using this technology. The process involves taking a sheet of the hemp fiber matting, injecting it with thermoset resin, placing into a mold, heating it to high temps for a set amount of time, then popping the panel out of the mold for cleanup and final drilling/cutting. Currently, Mercedes, BMW, and Audi are few of the auto companies that are using this in their vehicles.





HEMP FROM FIELD TO TABLE

 
 

PLASTIC MADE FROM HEMP? YUP!

Bioplastics

Hemp seeds


Hemp seeds are so nutritious. Popular among vegetarians and athletes, hemp seeds are regarded as superfoods. Here’s just a short list of some of its amazing health benefits:

  • One of the most nutritious foods available in nature

  • Easily digested by the body

  • Can sustain our dietary needs, even without consuming any other healthy food

  • Contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) – helps with immune system and cholesterol levels

  • Helps heal those suffering from immune deficiency diseases

  • A superior vegetarian source of protein




Hemp seed oil


While hemp offers different types of oil, hemp seed oils has the most common dietary application you will find. Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the plant itself. When the oil is unrefined, it is commonly considered nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. Here’s why:

  • It contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

  • Great source for Vitamin A & E

  • Includes number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc

  • Has amazing skin care properties

  • Promotes healthy hair and nails, while reducing inflammation




Hemp seed butter


Organic hemp seed butter is natural, organic, raw and unrefined. The quality of the protein in hemp seed butter is unequalled. Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter packs a nutritional punch with about eleven grams of protein. Made from finely ground and pressed form of hemp seeds, hemp seed butter offers amazing nutritional benefits.




Hemp flour


Hemp seed flour is gluten free, nutritious, and an excellent source of energy. The seed flour contains 33% protein and is second only to soy in flour protein content. An added benefit is that hemp seed flour protein is more easily digested. Hemp flour is perfect for those who have nut, dairy, gluten or wheat allergies




Hemp granola


Hemp granola is entirely vegetarian, without ingredients which originate from fish, eggs, fowl or meat. The advantage with hemp is that it has all the amino acids that are essential for your health. All nine amino acids can be found inside, and hemp comes with a 35% protein content, plus the good type of fats, like the omega 3 fatty acids.




Hemp protein powder


Hemp protein powder is one of the most popular vegetarian protein powders among active athletes. Derived from hemp seeds, hemp protein promises an average of 15 grams of protein per serving – that is the highest vegan source of simple protein available. Hemp protein is a great way to increase your daily protein intake, especially for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting whey protein.

  • Great source of vegan protein. High rate of digestibility – allows the body to use the protein more efficiently

  • Rich in fiber – helps to lower risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and constipation

  • One serving of hemp protein powder can satisfy 50% of your daily recommended fiber serving

  • Aids in anti-fatigue

  • Enhances your immune systems




Hemp energy bars


Hemp energy bars are vegan and gluten free, easy to digest, essential nutrient rich super foods that are a delicious and convenient whole food meal.




Energy drinks


Clean tasting energy drink and has a delicious unique flavor all to itself. Hemp energy drinks are blended with the highest quality organic hemp protein and the perfect combination of ingredients that taste amazing and will give you the boost you need without the crash.




Hemp Coffee


Hemp coffee beans are made from ground coffee beans + lightly roasted hemp seeds. The blend of toasted hemp seeds with roasted coffee beans offers a nutty tasting coffee while adding a vibrational frequency not found in other worldwide coffees with considerably less caffeine and countless vitamins and minerals.




Hemp tea


Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). Many swear by its ability to improve digestion, lower blood pressure and increase energy. Additionally, hemp tea has been linked to weight loss, blood sugar control and the lowering of cholesterol. Hemp leaves & buds have a similar phenolic profile as green tea plus elemental nutrients such as magnesium and iron.




Hemp milk


Similar to almond milk, hemp milk is made from grinding hemp seeds with water. Hemp milk offers a nutty tasting, healthy alternative for those looking for milks other than dairy. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, all 10 essential amino acids and Omega-3 & Omega-6 "good" fats.




Hemp flavored water


Herbal water that is packed with vitamins B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and Omega 3. It contains all of the essential amino-acids which help support muscle growth and is low in saturated fats. Using only organic ingredients, hemp water has antioxidant properties, fatty acids, and is completely gluten-free!




Hemp beer


Ale with toasted hemp seeds. Tasty.




Hemp vodka


Vodka that is fermented and distilled with hemp. Marinated with, organic, sterilized hemp seeds that contains no psychoactive ingredients, allowing consumers to enjoy an herbal hemp aroma and flavor in a delicious adult beverage.




Hemp “meat” (burgers, hotdogs)


Ever tried vegetarian burger patties and thought they were tasteless and bland? Hemp seed-based veggie burgers are now offering a better solution. Protein-packed veggie burgers based off hemp seeds as the main ingredient are hearty.




Hemp tofu


Hemp tofu is 100% soy free and the first alternative to traditional tofu. It has 30 grams of plant protein per package, all 10 essential amino acids, and is completely allergen free.





Farm & garden

Hemp seeds


Hemp seeds are so nutritious. Popular among vegetarians and athletes, hemp seeds are regarded as superfoods. Here’s just a short list of some of its amazing health benefits:

  • One of the most nutritious foods available in nature

  • Easily digested by the body

  • Can sustain our dietary needs, even without consuming any other healthy food

  • Contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) – helps with immune system and cholesterol levels

  • Helps heal those suffering from immune deficiency diseases

  • A superior vegetarian source of protein




Hemp seed oil


While hemp offers different types of oil, hemp seed oils has the most common dietary application you will find. Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the plant itself. When the oil is unrefined, it is commonly considered nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. Here’s why:

  • It contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

  • Great source for Vitamin A & E

  • Includes number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc

  • Has amazing skin care properties

  • Promotes healthy hair and nails, while reducing inflammation




Hemp seed butter


Organic hemp seed butter is natural, organic, raw and unrefined. The quality of the protein in hemp seed butter is unequalled. Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter packs a nutritional punch with about eleven grams of protein. Made from finely ground and pressed form of hemp seeds, hemp seed butter offers amazing nutritional benefits.




Hemp flour


Hemp seed flour is gluten free, nutritious, and an excellent source of energy. The seed flour contains 33% protein and is second only to soy in flour protein content. An added benefit is that hemp seed flour protein is more easily digested. Hemp flour is perfect for those who have nut, dairy, gluten or wheat allergies




Hemp granola


Hemp granola is entirely vegetarian, without ingredients which originate from fish, eggs, fowl or meat. The advantage with hemp is that it has all the amino acids that are essential for your health. All nine amino acids can be found inside, and hemp comes with a 35% protein content, plus the good type of fats, like the omega 3 fatty acids.




Hemp protein powder


Hemp protein powder is one of the most popular vegetarian protein powders among active athletes. Derived from hemp seeds, hemp protein promises an average of 15 grams of protein per serving – that is the highest vegan source of simple protein available. Hemp protein is a great way to increase your daily protein intake, especially for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting whey protein.

  • Great source of vegan protein. High rate of digestibility – allows the body to use the protein more efficiently

  • Rich in fiber – helps to lower risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and constipation

  • One serving of hemp protein powder can satisfy 50% of your daily recommended fiber serving

  • Aids in anti-fatigue

  • Enhances your immune systems




Hemp energy bars


Hemp energy bars are vegan and gluten free, easy to digest, essential nutrient rich super foods that are a delicious and convenient whole food meal.




Energy drinks


Clean tasting energy drink and has a delicious unique flavor all to itself. Hemp energy drinks are blended with the highest quality organic hemp protein and the perfect combination of ingredients that taste amazing and will give you the boost you need without the crash.




Hemp Coffee


Hemp coffee beans are made from ground coffee beans + lightly roasted hemp seeds. The blend of toasted hemp seeds with roasted coffee beans offers a nutty tasting coffee while adding a vibrational frequency not found in other worldwide coffees with considerably less caffeine and countless vitamins and minerals.




Hemp tea


Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). Many swear by its ability to improve digestion, lower blood pressure and increase energy. Additionally, hemp tea has been linked to weight loss, blood sugar control and the lowering of cholesterol. Hemp leaves & buds have a similar phenolic profile as green tea plus elemental nutrients such as magnesium and iron.




Hemp milk


Similar to almond milk, hemp milk is made from grinding hemp seeds with water. Hemp milk offers a nutty tasting, healthy alternative for those looking for milks other than dairy. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, all 10 essential amino acids and Omega-3 & Omega-6 "good" fats.




Hemp flavored water


Herbal water that is packed with vitamins B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and Omega 3. It contains all of the essential amino-acids which help support muscle growth and is low in saturated fats. Using only organic ingredients, hemp water has antioxidant properties, fatty acids, and is completely gluten-free!




Hemp beer


Ale with toasted hemp seeds. Tasty.




Hemp vodka


Vodka that is fermented and distilled with hemp. Marinated with, organic, sterilized hemp seeds that contains no psychoactive ingredients, allowing consumers to enjoy an herbal hemp aroma and flavor in a delicious adult beverage.




Hemp “meat” (burgers, hotdogs)


Ever tried vegetarian burger patties and thought they were tasteless and bland? Hemp seed-based veggie burgers are now offering a better solution. Protein-packed veggie burgers based off hemp seeds as the main ingredient are hearty.




Hemp tofu


Hemp tofu is 100% soy free and the first alternative to traditional tofu. It has 30 grams of plant protein per package, all 10 essential amino acids, and is completely allergen free.