Hemp has many amazing uses and nurtures a more sustainable planet. Large grows of hemp can even reduce carbon dioxide (more than a lot of plants!) which can even reduce climate change. Hemp goods are biodegradable and can be recycled. So, basically, hemp is great, and we need more of it.
Here are a few ways hemp helps the globe:
Hemp can prevent the pollution of pesticides.
This is because you don't have to use pesticides for the hemp since it is naturally resistant to any type of pests. If you have to use pesticides inside of your land, then it can seep into the water sources like a pond, ocean, or river. When it contaminates the water, it can harm the creatures that are living in the water when they ingest it.
Hemp can help to restore the fertility of the soil.
The cannabis is going to have the ability to wide in a variety of different types of soil or terrains. This is because it has the ability to form deep roots that holds the soil together. This means that there is going to be less soil erosion. It can also help to increase the microbial content inside of the soul since the stem and leaves of the plants are rich in nutrients that the soil will need.
Hemp can produce plastics that are biodegradable.
This helps to cut down i the amount of plastic water bottles (and all plastic!) that people use on a regular basis. These water bottles are going to take up to 1,000 years before they decompose. The plastic bottles are made up cellulose that is derived from petroleum, which is very toxic. But you don't have to worry about this if you are plastic bottles that are made of this material. This is the best way that you are going to be able to use more natural products in our daily life.
Hemp can absorb toxic metals.
The soil of the plant is going to sustain life. Therefore, there are plants that are going to feed off this soil. This is going to help to reduce a lot of toxins that are inside of our environment since it can absorb the toxic materials. In fact, it has been proven to help remove some of the radiation from Fukushima.
Hemp is an outstanding renewable biofuel.
This is a fuel source that is not toxic to the environment since it can be domestically produced and is renewable. This means that it is going to be able to burn at a lower temperature. If it is used as a diesel engine, then the odor of the exhaust is going to be replaced with a more pleasant smell. Since we are always on the road, this is one way that this type of biodiesel is going to be able to help heal our planet one mile at a time.