Hemp has been used for over a thousand years and is the longest, strongest, and most durable natural fiber known to mankind. Hemp does not require any herbicides or pesticides, is drought-resistant, and can be grown in 4 months.
Hemp is grown for its fibers, seeds, seed meal, and seed oil. Hemp is a subspecies of the cannabis Sativa plant. Hemp fiber, oil, and seed can be used to make an assortment of hemp products.
Among all those hemp products that can be made, the top 10 best hemp products have been listed below:
Natural pure hemp fabric and yarns taken from Nepal’s Himalayan region are used to make hemp backpacks. Since ancient times, Nepalese have used hemp which is a fiber derived from the Cannabis plant. Cannabis plants can reach a height of 20 feet. After harvesting, for up to 20 days villagers shred the leaves and soak the stems in water. When the bark is tender, it is detached from the rest of the plant, smoked over an open fire, and simmered in ash water. The bark is then by hand cut into thin strips. Hemp bags are sustainable as they are 100% made from hemp and hemp is one of the most sustainable plants in the world.
Hemp is an outstanding material for sandals and shoes because it is naturally antimicrobial and hypoallergenic, making it gentle on your feet and providing natural odor control. Hemp Sandal can withstand sweaty feet from hot summer days while still smelling fresh. The hemp plant’s naturally anti-microbial properties make it a perfect material for sandals. It does not retain odors in the same way that leather and some synthetics do. Because hemp is hypoallergenic, it will not irritate your bare feet. It is ideal for those with sensitive skin.
Hemp fiber is extremely strong, making it suitable for use in shoes. Hemp will eventually decompose as it is a natural fiber. As a result, these sandals have a lower environmental impact than many that are made of synthetics or animal skin that has been treated with preservatives.
In the summer, the Hemp Hat and Cap are a great outdoor fashionable, preferable, and durable product to wear. This style of hat and cap has a very classic shape and comes in a variety of designs and colors. All of the hemp products are 100 percent recycled, hygienic, and safe for humans. Hemp hats are very sturdy and lightweight, providing maximum comfort. Hemp can be used to make anything from a wide-brimmed hat to a sports cap.
Hemp Fanny Pack
This vibrant Hemp Fanny Pack is made from THC-Free Himalayan Hemp and Cotton. It is divided into two sections for storing your travel items. There is one zipper in the front space and another in the main space. Hemp fanny packs are well-known, with names such as Hemp Money Belt, Hemp Travel Hip Pack, and Hemp Waist Bag. It is intended to be suitable for both men and women. The fanny pack can be worn casually over the shoulder or around the waist with a clip closure.
Hemp is a natural plant fiber that is eco-friendly and is grown without the use of pesticides. Natural fibers are used to make all of the ladies’ purses, and they are extremely durable. It has slots to keep your cards and cash separate, so you can carry your coins, cash, credit cards, and ID cards while keeping everything organized. This hemp purse is also fashionable and suitable for daily use. Using normal soap, it can be easily hand-washed with cold water.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the hemp plant itself and is the most common dietary application. Hemp seed oil comes in two types: refined and unrefined. The unrefined hemp seed oil has a nutty flavor and is green in color. It preserves hemp’s nutritious content and is most often known as Nature’s most perfectly balanced oil. On the other hand, refined oil is colorless and clear. It is mostly used as ingredients for body care products, lubricants, and fuel.
Hemp oil is filled with immune-boosting essential fatty acids. Hemp seed is nutritious, owing to its high concentration of essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are necessary for the development of a robust and fit immune system. Furthermore, our bodies naturally produce the same endocannabinoids found in THC, but they are derived from the same fatty acids as hemp oil. Hemp seed oil is a good way to increase your fatty acids and, as a result, your immune system. We can use hemp oil as a wood varnish or as a substitute for petroleum-based oils. Hemp oil has been used as a varnish for wood for a long time.
To use it as wood varnish, we simply need to combine a small amount of the oil with lemon oil and apply it to the finished woodwork. To make the furniture shine we need to buff it out after applying the oil. Hemp oil is the more environmentally friendly alternative to the petroleum-based oils that are commonly used to alleviate these annoyances. There are numerous health-related applications for hemp seed oil, and advantages are abundant to incorporating it into our general health plan. Hemp seed oil can also aid in the appearance of one’s skin, nails, and hair.
The hemp plant, also known as Cannabis Sativa, yields hemp seeds. This simple seed has amazing nutritional benefits and is also delicious. Hemp seeds outperform flax, chia, and fish oil in terms of nutrition. GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) and CLA are both found in hemp (conjugated linoleic acid). GLA is an anti-inflammatory fatty acid. Cell membranes are made up of CLA. It also has more protein than Flax and Chia. Hemp seeds are one of the most wide-ranging sources of vegetable nutrition. Hemp has a natural 1:3 ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). EFAs are in charge of immune system strengthening. Hemp seeds can be sprinkled on top of cereal, eaten raw, or mixed into smoothies.
For thousands of years, trees have been used to make paper and hemp is a fast-growing alternative to trees. This historical plant holds great promise for the future as a renewable, tree-free source of fiber. Over a 20-year cycle, 4-10 acres of trees can produce as much paper as 1 acre of hemp. Four months is the amount of time it takes for hemp to grow while trees take 20-80 years. Trees contain only 30% cellulose, necessitating the use of toxic chemicals to remove the remaining 70%. Hemp, on the other hand, has a cellulose content that can reach up to 85 percent. Hemp paper is more durable than tree paper. Unlike regular paper, hemp paper does not yellow, crack, or deteriorate with age. To lessen deforestation, increased use of hemp paper can aid in sustainability efforts.
Hemp Rugs / Carpets
One of the oldest rugs known to man, hemp has a long history of being used to make rugs due to its natural durability. Hemp rugs, which are both soft and strong, look great in a variety of settings. Their natural appearance makes them an excellent complement to wood or tile floors. They are typically hand-knotted and are thick and pliant. With these opposing characteristics, hemp rugs are truly adaptable. Hemp is suitable to make rugs as it is naturally resilient and anti-static which makes it possible to be used in high-traffic areas. It is a wise decision to invest in a hemp rug because these rugs can last for a long time. It is also environmentally friendly because it is a renewable resource.
Hemp rugs or carpets are relatively simple to clean and care for. Hemp rugs can recover from most spills or accidents due to the durability of their fibers and natural stain resistance but will need to be cleaned at some point. While hemp rugs can be vacuumed, any stains should be spot cleaned.
Because hemp fibers are porous, they allow air to pass through and permit your skin to breathe. The fiber softens with age and is mildew immune. As a result, hemp is an excellent material for shirts, carpets, and towels. Hemp fiber outperforms cotton in terms of durability and strength. During WWII, the US army heavily promoted hemp farming because hemp fiber was known to make the world’s strongest rope. Cotton is a water-intensive crop that uses 25% of the world’s pesticides – not a very Earth-friendly crop. Hemp requires 50% less water to grow than cotton and no pesticides.
In conclusion, hemp has many purposes and can be used to make an abundance of products. While it was previously forbidden, industrial hemp has started becoming an important crop in many countries due to the change in outdated thinking and legislation. Industrial hemp can be a profitable crop for farmers, potentially yielding much more per acre than other more damaging crops like soy. Hemp can also contribute to a more environmentally-friendly agricultural sector and a well-maintained hemp industry will create jobs.
If you are interested in buying Nepali Hemp Products or Handicrafts in wholesale or bulk then feel free to contact us. We are shipping worldwide from Nepal.