Hemp is one of the most versatile plants known to humanity. For thousands of years, human beings have taken advantage of their incredible benefits and we have used it for infinity of things. Hemp has been a very stigped and demonized plant in recent decades, prohibiting their use and cultivation in many corners of the planet and making their demand decrease. Now, with the sustainability and the need to change the current consumption model, we realize all the virtues and positive things that hemp can do for us and by the environment.

That is why from Hemp & Love we believe in the hemp "AS to Game Changer", a plant with a potential already seen in history and to which we have to support and encourage, so that we are increasingly what we realize all of the Help you can offer us.

  • Low water consumption

    Hemp is one of the most sustainable crops that are known. For the obtaining of 1kg of cotton fiber, about 9,758 l of water are used, while for a 1kg of hemp fiber only € 2,401 L is needed. What is 75% less.

  • Naturally ecological

    25% of the pesticides and herbicides produced worldwide is used in cotton cultivation. Due to this high need, cotton leaves the earth burned. On the contrary, hemp does not need pesticides or herbicides.

  • Large CO2 kidnapper

    Through the process that is known as "carbon sequestration" the hemp plant traps the CO2 of the atmosphere. That generates a negative carbon footprint in the environment. For each ton of hemp produced, 1.63 tons of air CO2 are removed.

  • High performance

    Hemp has a performance per hectare 2.5 times higher than cotton to what fibers are concerned. In addition, one hectare of hemp can produce the same amount of paper as four hectares of trees.

  • Short growth cycle

    It is a short cycle crop, between 90 to 120 days, depending on the variety, climatic conditions and photoperiod. Incorporating hemp into a rotation of extensive crops is a good option for the maintenance of soil fertility and to obtain good yields.

  • Regenerates the subsoil

    Hemp, through fitorremediation, naturally eliminates heavy metals and helps repair damaged agricultural soils by reverting the effects of compact and erosion. Hemp cultivation increases absorption and returns 60% nutrients to the ground when dried in the field.

  • Improve biodiversity

    Hemp is one of the most sustainable crops that are known. For the obtaining of 1kg of cotton fiber, about 9,758 l of water are used, while for a 1kg of hemp fiber only € 2,401 L is needed. What is 75% less.

  • +50,000 Industrial uses

    The use of hemp can replace oil in almost all its applications. It can be used as a raw material in the elaboration of more than 50,000 products and is useful for many industrial applications.

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  • Naturally sustainable

    The natural fiber more respectful with the environment and the most sustainable for the manufacture of tissues.

  • Bactericide and fungicide

    Hemp fibers facilitate a large absorption of oxygen, causing bacteria can not survive and inhibiting the growth of microorganisms.

  • Thermogenic

    Hemp fiber facilitates self-regulating body temperature, offering a warm feeling in winter and fresh in summer.

  • UV protection

    The nature of hemp fibers make them very effective in blocking the detrimental ultraviolet rays of the Sun, with 95% protection.

  • Resistant

    For its antimicrobial properties, hemp is one of the strongest and stronger natural fibers.

  • Biodegradable

    The tissues are compostable and biodegradable, decomposing themselves in just 4 years, unlike the plastic it takes between 100 and 1000 years.

  • Breathable

    Being a porous fiber, hemp tissue favors perspiration and ventilation.

  • Durable

    The plant structure of hemp fiber provides tissues very versatile properties, being light, flexible and with high resistance to adverse effects.

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