Why Invest In Hemp

Over the last few decades, the effects of unsustainable industrial practices have become more apparent than ever.

As industries look towards more sustainable techniques and materials, hemp is at the cusp of being able to make considerable positive impact. The plant is undoubtedly one of the leading natural materials that manufacturers should be looking towards when creating products and sourcing alternative supply chain solutions.


The Environmental Benefits Of Hemp

Sustainable and
High Yield Farming

Unlike other crops, hemp plants require very little water and land. Did you know that 70% of the earth’s fresh water is used for agriculture?

Hemp plants irrigate themselves and can be planted in close proximity. One acre of hemp produces as much fiber as two to three acres of cotton. Cotton also uses a lot of pesticides, depleting soil nutrients. We can reduce the world’s dependence on cotton by using hemp as an alternative.

The plant is also a fast growing, high yield crop that only takes four to five month to mature. Every component of the plant can be put to good use leaving ZERO waste.

Purifies the Air and
Regenerates the Soil

Hemp removes 1.63 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the air for every tonne of hemp produced, which is four times more than trees. It was famously used during the Chernobyl nuclear disaster to remove radioactive contaminants.

It is a great rotational crop that helps regenerate soil, as the stems and leaves of the hemp plant are densely packed with nutrients.

When the plant matures and wilts, the fragments will decompose and enrich the soil with their nutrients, helping our farmers with their next yield.

Supports Our

Hemp is naturally resistant to most pests, eliminating the need for pesticides or herbicides. The use of these chemicals have been proven to cause environmental damage to natural habitats, soil and water, as well create serious health issues.

Hemp provides a habitat for a number of species. Bees play an important role in the pollination of hemp and the crop provides them with vital nutrition.

Zero Waste Crop

Hemp-derived products provide material solutions for the textile, energy, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, food, construction, biofuel and many other commercial industries, resulting in a zero-waste material that is renewable and sustainable.


Usage Of The Hemp Plant

Whole Plant

Boiler Fuel, Pyrolisis Feedstock


Food: Salad Oil, Margarine, Food Supplements (Vitamins), Cooking Oils

Industrial Products: Oil Paints, Varnishes, Printing Inks, Fuel, Solvents, Lubricants, Putty, Coatings

Cosmetics: Soap, Shampoo, Bath Gels, Lotions, Balms

Leaves and Flowers

THC, Medicine, Sacrament

Hemp Stalk

Consumer Textiles: Apparel, Fabric, Handbags, Denim, Shoes, Fine Fabrics

Building Materials: Fiber board, Insulation, Fiberglass Substitute, Cement, Stucco and Mortar

Paper: Printing Paper, Filter Paper, Newsprint, Cardboard, Packaging

Industrial Textiles: Twine, Rope, Nets, Canvas, Tarps, Carpets, Geotextiles, Agro-Fibre Composites and Molded Parts, Brake/Clutch Linings, Caullkings