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Hemp Fiber as Daily Products

iCrowdNewswire   Nov 19, 2020  4:28 AM ET

Hemp is a robust crop that requires little water and grows in most temperate regions. It requires no pesticides and is eco-friendly. Moreover, it can tolerate even freezing temperatures and renews soils after each harvest. Given the sturdy nature of the hemp plant, its fibers are used commercially. Interestingly, the uses of hemp beyond its medicinal and recreational criteria are lesser-known. For centuries, demographic research has shown that Asian civilization has constantly produced `hemp for commercial purposes. In the US, hemp fibers are used to create both livelihood and industrial products.

This article will look at different products made from hemp fiber.

1. Hemp clothes:

Because of its durability, dresses made of hemp fiber wear well. It is eco-friendly as it is organic and reduces carbon emission. They are more ecological than conventional products that are chemically processed. The threads are breath-easy and do not abrase easily even after multiple piles of washing. These garments have anti-microbial properties and restrict the growth of bacteria that leaves a foul smell with sweat. For people with sensitive skin and allergies, hemp fiber clothes stand as the best option.

2. Construction material:

Hempcrete` is the newest choice over concrete. It is created by mixing hemp fiber, lime, and sand. It acts as an insulating agent. Moreover, it is fire-resistant, pest-resistant, does not hold moisture, and is used as roofs and floors. The organic nature of hempcrete maintains the air quality within living rooms. One can even use hempcrete to replace wooden walls that are expensive and derived out of tree felling.

3. Hemp shoes:

Hemp fiber, because of its ruggedness, is used to make footwear. Moreover, if you are concerned about the environment, you should look into biodegradable hemp shoes. Conventional shoemakers have been using leather and faux leather to produce shoes that are inorganic and hazardous to nature. These contain plastic and polymers that are non-biodegradable. On the other hand, hemp shoes that are cheaper than the ones which thrive the marketplaces are bio-friendly.

4. Natural fiber rope:

Natural fiber ropes like hemp ropes dates back in history longer than synthetic ones. It is manufactured as climbing ropes, for decorative purposes, or industrial usages. Being created out of nature, it is biodegradable like coconut fiber rope. However, it stands most effectively in daily use with its robustness.

The hemp plant has multifarious uses beyond its medicinal and recreational value. The fiber extracted from hemp plants is rough, crude, and long-lasting, and the products become eco-friendly, cost-effective, and hard-wearing.


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