Some of the most common uses of CBD oil are for the health benefits, all though there is still a lot of research to be done. Some of the benefits may include relief from chronic pain, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, muscle spasms, and even heart health.
HEMP SEEDS AS SUPERFOOD
Hemp seeds are rich in protein, fiber and fatty acids including omega 3s and omega 6s. Hemp seeds are a complete source of protein, and they provide all nine essential amino acids.
BUILDING MATERIALS & BIOPLASTIC
Hemp can be used to enhance numerous building materials, including fiberboard, roofing, flooring, wallboard, caulking, cement, paint, paneling, particleboard, plaster, plywood, reinforced concrete, insulation, concrete pipes, and bricks. Biodegradable plastic composites which are tougher than steel can also be manufactured for household items and automobile panels.
Hemp is high in omega 3s and omega 6s, and can help reduce inflammation. Reducing inflammation may assist in managing chronic diseases.
TEXTILES & FABRIC
A variety of products are being manufactured with hemp - clothing, shoes, housewares, bags and purses. Hemp plants require only 1/3 of the water that is required for cotton. The fabric produced from hemp resembles the texture of linen.
WATER & SOIL PURIFICATION
Hemp can be used to cleanse and purify the soil of impurities, unwanted substances, and chemicals. It is also being used for phytoremediation, the process of clearing radioisotopes and toxins out of the soil, water and air.
Hemp is a densely growing plant that chokes out any competing plants reducing the need for chemical herbicides. Hemp also is resistant to pests eliminating the need for pesticides. In addition to these significant benefits, hemp returns 60-70% of the nutrients it takes back to the soil.