1. Day 31 of 31 Hemp Products: Decor

    HEMP PRODUCT: Decor SUB MARKETS: Upholstery, Textiles, Design, Furniture Closing out our 31 Days of Hemp campaign is a versatile and utilitarian group of products: hemp decor. Naturally UV, mold, and mildew resistance mean your interior designs will last longer under weathering while the fabric’s inherent strength and durability come in handy for high-traffic and frequent-use pieces. Although...
  2. Day 30 of 31 Hemp Products: Flags

    HEMP PRODUCT: Flags SUB MARKETS: Artifacts, History, Textiles The item on display for day 30 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign resonates with patriots and transplants alike: hemp flags. Betsy Ross crafted the first US flag out of hemp cloth and more recently the state of Hawaii and the District of Columbia erected...
  3. Day 29 of 31 Hemp Products: 3D Printed Objects

    HEMP PRODUCT: 3D Printed Objects SUB MARKETS: Filaments, Design, Fashion, Prototypes Day 29 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign puts an old spin a new technology: 3-D printing with hemp. Three dimensional printing, though still a modern and growing industry, uses two types of filaments (i.e. source material similar to ink in conventional 2-D printers): ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene...
  4. Day 28 of 31 Hemp Products: Ink

    HEMP PRODUCT: Ink SUB MARKETS: Printers, Calligraphy, Office Supplies Mark your planners for day 28 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign with: hemp ink. Inks are generally made of four parts: colorants (pigments or dyes), vehicles (binders), additives, and carrier substances. While additives and colorants make most inks inedible and not entirely biodegradable, plant-based products are comparably more...
  5. Day 27 of 31 Hemp Products: Supercapacitors

    HEMP PRODUCT: Supercapacitors SUB MARKETS: Electronics, Computers, Capacitors Although still in the development stages, the 27th product of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign has far-reaching implications: hemp supercapacitors. In general, supercpacitors are energy storing devices that provide bursts of power (think brakes or flashlights), discharging quickly through surfaces of electrodes, often many times faster than conventional...
  6. Day 26 of 31 Hemp Products: Lubricant

    HEMP PRODUCT: Lubricant SUB MARKETS: Machines, Tools, Oils We’re going to tread lightly on day 26 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign with: hemp lubricant. Hemp seed oil is often used in cosmetic products because it helps to alleviate itching, irritation, and soothes dryness. Rich in essential fatty acids, key amino acids, and a plethora of vitamins, hemp oil offers...
  7. Day 25 of 31 Hemp Products: Hammocks

    PRODUCT: Hammocks SUBMARKETS: Camping, leisure, furniture Day 25 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign arrives just in time for summer getaways: hemp hammocks. Hemp textiles and cording are great for hammocks due to high durability and holding their shape well throughout the years. Usually woven or knotted to form a comfortable, lightweight sling (to sit in or lay down), these portable...
  8. Day 24 of 31 Hemp Products: Fuel

    HEMP PRODUCT: Fuel SUB MARKETS: energy, gasoline, methanol, ethanol, biodiesel Day 24 of of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign is frustratingly long overdue for many concerned about national security and energy independence: hemp fuel. We’ve already discussed the many uses for the plant’s seed and fiber, but with hardly any part of the plant going to...
  9. Day 23 of 31 Hemp Products: Transportation

    HEMP PRODUCT: Transportation SUB MARKETS: cars, bicycles, skateboards, boats The products included in our 23rd installment of the 31 Days of Hemp campaign will take you far and wide: hemp transportation. Land and water vessels alike have utilized hemp in various forms but especially for durable canvas, strong ropes, and green bio-plastics. Henry Ford, of automotive Ford fame,...
  10. Day 22 of 31 Hemp Products: Cardboard

    HEMP PRODUCT: Cardboard SUB MARKETS: Packaging, Storage, Paper Day 22 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign highlights a useful alternative to a traditionally wasteful material: hemp cardboard. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency , “in most parts of the developed world, packaging constitutes as much as one-third of the non-industrial solid...