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Amazing Hemp-based Products To Try

Amazing Hemp-based Products To Try

Amazing Hemp-based Products To Try

Hemp has taken the world by a storm in recent years. From foods to clothing, hemp is being used to make a wide variety of products. Hemp in food form has many health benefits and it’s also a more sustainable material to use in making clothing. Hemp is widely known for being a nutrient-rich alternative to leading a better lifestyle. 

As a healthier option for both the environment and yourself, hemp is a plant that can substitute a wide range of household items. In terms of what hemp can be turned into, it can transform into a hygiene product, a sustainable clothing item, and even an item you can buy for your pet. 

Hemp-Based Beauty Products 

In 2022 more than ever, people are looking for more sustainable and safe beauty products. Vegan and cruelty free are a must, and now “eco-friendly” is added to the list of criteria foundation and body wash must meet. Thanks to hemp processing and hemp drying it is possible for so many of these products to be easily accessible to the masses. 

Items used for hygiene purposes are an example of an everyday object created using dried hemp. More specifically, conditioner, shampoo, lotion, and body wash are a few examples of products that can be a great addition or substitution to the products within your bathroom. 

Why should you choose a hemp-infused body product? Well, the fantastic thing about using hemp hygiene products is that you can take care of both the inside and the outside of your body simultaneously. Some benefits of choosing a hemp-infused hygiene product is they have anti-inflammatory properties and they hydrate the skin. When hemp is converted to oil form, the benefits are endless. Hemp oil has been seen to contain certain nutrients such as Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and vitamins such as Vitamin B, C, and E. Today you can find just about any make-up product, such as primer, mascara, and eye shadow, infused with hemp seed oil. 

Hemp Clothing From Head to Toe

Outside of using hemp-infused products for hygiene purposes, you can also use hemp for what you choose to wear. You can substitute your regular clothing for hemp clothing from your head to your toe. From wearing a hemp hat to a pair of hemp shoes, you can also invest in getting a shirt or a pair of jeans made out of hemp. Now, although hemp clothing is not made with hemp and hemp alone, hemp clothing tends to be way more durable, porous, and breathable than any other fabric. 

Aside from practical reasons to make the switch to hemp clothing, sustainability is at the top of the list as to why hemp clothing should be more popular. In a time when resources are becoming more scarce and population is dramatically increasing, it’s important to cut back on our use of resources where we can. Hemp requires much less water to grow than cotton. It also doesn’t require synthetic pesticides which are used more frequently in cotton production.

Hemp Foods

Hemp seeds provide a base for a large selection of consumable goods that you can find at your local grocery store. Alternative milks have been growing in popularity for many years. Almond, soy, and oat milks are some of the most commonly seen on the shelves, but don’t count out hemp milk. Made from hemp seeds, hemp milk is rich in protein, antioxidants, and fiber. Another benefit of switching out your almond milk for hemp milk is that it requires less water to produce hemp than it does almonds. 

Because hemp seeds are high in protein and healthy fats, they are also used to make protein powders, salad dressings, and granola. You can even sprinkle a spoonful of hemp seeds on your morning oatmeal or smoothie for an added boost of nutrients. 

Final Thoughts

Although hemp is a plant, it is not just a plant. When dried, hemp can be an exceptionally versatile, nutrient-rich, eco-friendly way to improve your quality of life significantly. From assisting you with sustainability to making your everyday life simply easier, you can be doing yourself and the world justice, one product at a time. 

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