Hemp eats radiation and cleans toxic metals from soil. In addition to a myriad of industrial products such as paper, construction material, clothing, food and fuel, hemp is also known to draw out toxic substances from the soil.
Not only does hemp provide humans with innumerable products, it also helps to clean the environment of the mistakes we have made in the past. It has already been discovered that hemp may be extremely useful in the removal of cadmium from the soil and other toxic metals, as well as radiation.
Hemp fights staph infections
A Colorado company is using hemp to fight the spread of staph infections in hospitals. The plan is to offer antibacterial hemp fabric as a replacement for traditional cotton and polyester fabrics, where bacteria are known to survive for up to months at a time.
Various chemicals found in both hemp and cannabis have been shown to possess antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. EnviroTextile’s hemp fabric is still in development but has already shown promise in early lab tests. (source: PRWeb).