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Short answer? Pretty much like you would expect. It tastes like slightly bitter grass (not that you have probably eaten grass!) So many people find it unpleasant that they make things like gummies and smoothies so you don't have to taste it. Others quickly connect the flavour to feeling better, so lRead more
Hemp is breathable, and it wicks moisture away from your body. You stay cooler in the heat and warmer in the cold. Cotton is breathable and naturally wicks some, but it holds onto smells and moisture longer. So, pretty much a tie, but hemp wins imo.
Urban legend!!! I've heard it before, too. They say the first Levis were made of hemp. Unfortunately, Levis tells us that they used cotton from the Amoskeag Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company. Great idea though... lol Some say, Jack Herer, the great "Emperor of Hemp", started the rumour as partRead more
Well, basically, hemp is a weed. It grows without much water and no pesticides. Hemp produces more pulp per hectare than trees do. Hemp is even good for the soil as it returns nutrients and sequesters carbon dioxide. Trees take a long time to grow and their disappearance is bad for the environment.Read more
Yes! Hemp is a great alternative to straw, grass or corn for cows, at least. A hemp fiber supplement helps contract the first part of their stomachs, which stimulates and improves digestion. The cows that eat hemp are especially healthy and produce a little more milk.
Eczema is a problem on the inside expressing itself on the outside. Everyone I know with eczema has digestive or lung problems, too. So, my answer is to see a doctor to treat your insides... but the rash is so annoying you'll want to do something for it, too. And Hemp cream is as good as anything anRead more
Everything from socks and biofuel to gummies and smoothies! A concrete alternative. Plastic replacement. Creams, lotions, shampoos. Ropes, paper and clothes. It might be easier to ask what hemp can't be used for. I always look for hemp product alternatives to anything. They are much better for the eRead more
As they say, hemp is "well-tolerated". You might get a dry mouth from smoking, or diarrhea if you eat too much of it. Reduced appetite is on the list of side effects, but some people consider that a good thing for weight loss. Drowsiness could be a thing, and some people report fatigue. Most importaRead more
Thousands, literally thousands. From medicine to toys, construction to clothes, hemp is exceptionally versatile. Now that manufacturers are free to consider what they can make from hemp, I'm sure we'll start seeing more and more things. And hopefully, people will see how much better for the planet hRead more
Wild hemp cigarettes exist and you CAN smoke them. I figure wear your hemp clothes, build your house with hempcrete and eat your hemp oil gummies, but don’t bother to smoke it. Some people say it gives them a headache. I don't know, I've never tried. But if you want to try all things hemp, I guess sRead more