1. Day 14 of 31 Hemp Products: Cord

    PRODUCT: Hemp Cord SUB MARKETS: Crafts, Packaging, Rope, Yarn Day 14 of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign highlights an old, familiar friend to sailors and crafty folks alike: hemp cord. Made of long bast fibers from the plant stalk, individual plies of yarn are spun into strands. One or more strands are then twisted to achieve...
  2. Day 13 of 31 Hemp Products: Varnish

    HEMP PRODUCT: Varnish SUB MARKETS: Treatments, Finishers, Sealants, Paint The product highlighted on day thirteen of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign can be used to protect a variety of surfaces: hemp varnish. With little-to-no volatile organic compounds (VOCs), hemp oil is a an environmental and health-friendly base for paints and sealants, often outperforming petroleum-based products. A “drying oil” with natural...
  3. Day 12 of 31 Hemp Products: Fiberboard

    HEMP PRODUCT: Fiberboard SUB MARKETS: Construction, Building Materials, Automotive, Furniture Day twelve of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign highlights a commonly used building material: hemp fiberboard. Compressed hemp hurds and bast fibers offer a greener, more sustainable alternative to traditional wood chip “medium-density fiberboard” or MDF. Long and short hemp fibers can be used to create a...
  4. Day 11 of 31 Hemp Products: Paper

    HEMP PRODUCT: Paper SUB MARKETS: Pulp, Stationery, Office Supplies Day eleven of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign pays homage to the roots of our written heritage: hemp paper. While not the first material utilized to record history, hemp paper has been found in China dating back to 100 BC. Both the Declaration of Independence and the...
  5. Day 10 of 31 Hemp Products: Plastic

    HEMP PRODUCT: Plastic SUB MARKETS: Packaging, Automotive, Design, Building, Polymers We’re expressing our love for Mother Earth on day ten of the 31 Days of Hemp campaign: hemp plastic. Often trapping more carbon during growth than releasing in production, hemp plastics are biodegradable and more sustainable than current petroleum-based methods. Hemp bio-plastic makes use of cellulose found in the stalk fibers and can even be...
  6. Day 9 of 31 Hemp Products: Rugs

    HEMP PRODUCT: Rugs SUB MARKETS: Textiles, Carpets, Floor Coverings The product highlighted in day nine of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign adds a simple, natural design element to any room or exterior: hemp rugs. Durable and long-lasting, hemp fiber floor coverings are great for high traffic or sun-beaten areas. Creamy taupe and coppery tones...
  7. Day 8 of 31 Hemp Products: Protein Powder

    HEMP PRODUCT: Protein Powder SUB MARKETS: Nutrition, Dietary Supplement, Food Day eight of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign highlights a nutritional product to benefit your daily diet*: hemp protein powder. Vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters can all add a complete plant-based protein which is also rich in fiber (a one-ounce serving has ~14 grams of protein and ~4 grams of fiber). When the...
  8. Day 7 of 31 Hemp Products: Soap

    HEMP PRODUCT: Soap SUB MARKETS: Skin care, Cleaning Products, Hygiene Day seven of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign will delight the sensitive-skinned folks and vegans alike: hemp soap. Hempseed oil is particularly good for bathing because it is a plant rich in essential fatty acids (EFA), Vitamin E, as well as “supper” polyunsaturated fats like gamma-linolenic acid and stearidonic acid. With a gentle,...
  9. Day 6 of 31 Hemp Products: Pet Accessories

    HEMP PRODUCT: Pet Accessories SUB MARKETS: Pets, Animal Care, Toys, Textiles Day six of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign will delight all you animal lovers and pamperers: hemp pet accessories. With tensile strength roughly eight times that of cotton, hemp makes a perfect material for dogs that tug on leashes or felines who destroy catnip...
  10. Day 5 of 31 Hemp Products: Bags

    HEMP PRODUCT: Bags SUB MARKETS: Textiles, Fashion, Backpacks, Purses, Totes If you have stuff to tote around, you’ll love the product featured in day five of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign: hemp bags. Hemp fiber is quite strong (8x the tensile strength of cotton!) and perhaps the most durable of natural textile fibers. Resisting stretching and...