Hemp: the wonder plant

by David Stone

Assorted Ideas, Large & Small

Introduction:         Hemp is an incredibly versatile plant that has been used for several centuries to produce a range of different products. Some people grow it to use as food, others grow it because they are interested in its industrial uses. It is even possible to extract certain psychoactive compounds from the plant and use them medicinally. Some people even use it to produce biofuel.

Description:         Hemp is a plant that belongs to the Cannabis genus, but doesn’t contain many of the compounds that are usually found in other species in the genus. It has traditionally been used for several different purposes and will help you produce foods, fuels and even building materials! The first American flag was made of hemp, so it has even played a part in some great moments in history. It is also possible to extract some psychoactive compounds from the plant which some people use medicinally.

Conclusion:         Hemp is an incredibly versatile plant that has been used for several centuries to produce a range of different products. Nowadays, people are also starting to realize hemp’s other benefits, like its use in medicines and biofuels.

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