Hemp paper is made from hemp plant’s long or the short bast fiber (hurd or pulp). Fiber paper is thin, tough, brittle, and rough. Pulp paper is not as sturdy, but is easier to make, softer, denser, and desirable for most everyday purposes. The chemical composition of hemp hurds is similar to that of wood, making hemp a good choice as a raw material for manufacturing paper. The very first paper in the world was partly made from hemp, and as a plant, hemp is more suitable for paper as it has a higher cellulose and lower lignin content. …


All of us tend not to think much about where the paper we regularly use in our lives; in notebooks, office printer trays comes from. Paper, in all its various forms, affects the environment in a drastic manner. That’s because traditional paper is made from wood pulp. That pulp comes from freshly cut trees; around 16 percent are farmed, according to the Ecology Global Network. Cutting wild trees for paper production poses obvious problems like deforestation, soil erosion, landslide and including loss of habitat for the wildlife. But we seem to pay very less attention to that, don’t we?

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There is quite a lot of history and amazing facts attached to Hemp Papers as it is considered to be world’s first paper. It’s made from Hemp stalks, which is very suitable to make papers. Currently only Natural handmade Hemp papers are being made from Hemp. To make Hemp papers we do not have to cut any trees, we need not use any hazardous chemicals and lots of water is saved in the process. Currently the technology to mass produce papers from Industrial Hemp is under development. Hemp cultivation is getting popular across the world. In India Industrial Hemp farming…


Deforestation is a key contributor to human-caused climate change. When forests are cleared or burnt, they release the carbon they store. Removing trees also diminishes an important carbon “sink” that takes up CO2 from the atmosphere. Hemp crops give back by returning nutrients to the soil and sequestering carbon dioxide. Hemp is a unique crop that can help shape a better future for family farms for generations to come.

Hemp is the planet-friendly miracle fibre produced from the stem and stalk of the cannabis plant. Forgotten by the 20th Century, hemp is an extremely hard crop that grows in a…


Global warming concerns and the overall climate change and health of the planet seem to grow exponentially. As a result, eco-friendly home decor is a growing trend, with home owners looking toward their own practices and how they can contribute to the green planet by keeping it green. Implementing sustainable practices in the way one decorates his home can impact the carbon footprint and keep excess pollution out of our air, water and landfills. Plus, turning toward “green” design can improve our overall health and well-being. The primary focus on eco-friendly design at home strives to improve indoor air quality…


Home decor reflects our personality and speaks about our taste in interior design, our understanding of color, and design choices. A house is not just the four corners, but a combination of home decor items and a touch of our love and creativity is what transform a house into home. And, the living room decor is the first thing our guests notice when they visit our home. We always look for the finest quality home furnishings products, best in class when it comes to do our living room decor e.g. hemp mask covid.

Handmade Hemp Home Decor is the current…


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Hemp fabric is not vulnerable to shrinkage but highly resistant to pilling. Hemp fabric is very soft, but it is also highly durable; while a typical cotton T-shirt lasts 10 years at the most, a hemp T-shirt may last double or triple that time. Some estimates suggest that hemp fabric is three times stronger than cotton fabric. In addition, hemp is a lightweight fabric, which means that it is highly breathable, and it also effectively facilitates the passage of moisture from the skin to the atmosphere, so it is ideal for hot climates. …


This pandemic has taught us the importance of many things. Taking care of our health, maintaining proper hygiene, staying at home and among all the things it has made us habitual of one thing that we haven’t been since a long time even with the rising pollution and that is using Masks. During the pandemic, it has become mandatory for everyone to use the masks across the globe while stepping out of their homes. Resultantly, a sudden rise in demand of masks in market has been noted.

With the rise in demand it has also opened many gates for small…


Hemp is one of the oldest known cultivated fabrics. But once mechanical farming became the mainstream, cotton took over as the preferred fabric globally, and then cheap synthetic fabrics got their market from the 1950s onwards. Hemp fabric for sale was then pushed out and stained with its association to marijuana. In recent years, the tables have started to turn against synthetic fabric; people became conscious about the environment and hence hemp fabric is becoming a new trend because of its incredible properties. It’s currently legal to own hemp products such as clothing, but only legal to grow in some…


Women empowerment is the new burning issue in the present scenario. We have news, articles, debates and discussions in abundance on violence, gender discrimination, inequalities etc. etc. etc. A lot can be done to empower women and many researchers, individuals and organizations are working on this field already. For instance people create awareness, educate them or provide them platforms where they can voice out their issues and problems. But is it correct to only talk of women and the inequalities that they face? Certainly not!

Financial independence plays a significant role in this. If we aim to empower woman, we…

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