Hemp material is lightweight and absorbent with three times the strength of cotton. It is UV and mold-resistant and excellent for outdoor wear. Hemp is known to possess antibacterial activity against a wide range of pathogenic bacteria. Hemp farming is less expensive and requires little water and grows quickly. Industrial hemp plants absorbs more carbon dioxide than trees.
Hemp is a phytoremediative plant meaning it decontaminates soil by absorbing pollutants, replenishes vital nutrients, and helps reduce erosion by its deep roots holding the soil together. With thousands of different uses, hemp makes fibers, ropes, textiles, paper, building material, oil with medicinal properties and etc. From the roots to the seeds, stem, oil, and leaves, every single part of the hemp plant can be used.