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Hemp is a plant with a wealth of benefits, properties, and uses. Due to the versatility of the plant, it is has become a mainstay in numerous cultures and countries around the world. Furthermore, almost every part of the plant can be used for one thing or another.
This ancient plant has been used industrially since prehistoric times, and nowadays is highly valued for its nutritional properties and countless health benefits. In fact, Smoking Paper even uses hemp to produce its Organic Regular and Organic King Size rolling papers, the most ecological and environmentally friendly paper around.
Hemp is a type of vegetable with several different subspecies: Cannabis Sativa Sativa, Cannabis Sativa Indica and Cannabis Sativa Rudelaris. Each of these subspecies have different growths, features, and applications.
In this regard, Cannabis Sativa Sativa may also be known as common hemp, hemp fibre, industrial hemp, or agricultural hemp. However, when used as a drug it is commonly known as marijuana.
It is important to point out that hemp itself does not contain more than 5% of THC, the main psychoactive element of cannabis. It is also important to bear in mind that, in general, Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Ruderalis, and Cannabis all have different chemical components.
Hemp is now commonly known for its wide array of benefits and properties which can be applied at different times, to different uses, and to different sectors. In regard to health, it helps to protect against cardiovascular illnesses, prevents cell ageing, strengthens our immune system, and acts as a regulator for our blood sugar levels. Its seeds also have benefits to help with fatigue, tiredness, PMS, and to regulate the menopause and bowel movements.
In addition to its health properties, hemp also has other properties that have a direct benefit on the environment. For example, growing hemp protects the soil from erosion and prevents deforestation as it can be used as a replacement for wood.
Nowadays, hemp can be used in a variety of sectors and for different objectives:
Now that you know about the multiple benefits and properties of hemp, are you ready to include it into your daily routine? If you are a smoker, remember that Smoking Paper has various Organic options which are 100% hemp.