THC is created in the floral material of the plant so the fiber and seed (or food products) will contain far less than 0.3% THC
Hemp is a bast fibre plant-like jute, kenaf, flax and ramie. Hemp fibres are cellulosic fibres. … Hemp fibre shows similar properties like all of the natural bast fibre and excels in fibre length, durability, strength, absorbency, anti-mildew and anti-microbial properties.
The cellulose fibre from hemp is used to make many products, including jeans, shirts, dresses, hats, bags, ropes and canvas, skincare products, building materials, paper and many food products.
Hemp is also a very eco-friendly crop. It requires no pesticides and needs little water, yet it renews the soil with each growth cycle. Its long roots prevent erosion and help retain topsoil. Hemp also grows readily in most temperate regions. We must empower our community into all the processes with manual or high-tech approached. Preserving the local culture will be our passion for eco and natural colouring from the flora and fauna.