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" The earliest known woven fabric was apparently of hemp,

which began to be worked in the eigth millenium (8,000 - 7,000BC)"

(The Columbia History of the World, 1981,page 54)

The body of literature (archaeologists, anthropologists, philologists, economists, historians, etc.) is in agreement that, at the very least:

From more than 1,000 years before the birth of Christ until 1883AD., Cannabis hemp - indeed, Marijuana -- was our planets largest agricultural crop and most important industry for thousands of products and enterprises;

producing the overall majority of Earths fibre, fabric, lighting oil, paper, incense and medicines, as well s a primary source of essential food, oil and protein for humans and animals.

From The Emperor Wears No Clothes by Jack Herer

 

 

 

Fabrics;

Hemp fibres are up to 4 times stronger than cotton, more durable, softer,

resistant to mildew.

Furthermore clothes made from hempcan be recycled to make rag paper.

Some fine clothes were traditionally made from hemp fibre,

including some of the finest linens.

The well known fabric Denim was originally made in America from hemp,

shipped from France in bales labelled Chenvre de Nim, chenvre being

French for hemp eventually shortened to Denim.

 

The 'Father of History' Herodotus mentions the Thracians produced the finest cloth from hemp.

 

Shipping;

Ropes, Sails, Charts and Maps were all traditionally made from hemp.

Oakum was prepared from cannabis fibres taken from rope steeped in tars and pressed. It was an ideal sealant for the hulls of wooden ships.

 

Hemp - Jolly Jack Tar

Hemp plants (Cannabis) grow up to 15 feet tall

Rope was traditionally made from fibres from the upright

stems of the plant. It was very strong but it had to be

dipped in tar to make the ropes waterproof and

needed subsequent re-coating.

Hemp plants do not need a hot climate.

Rope makers used hemp from Lincolnshire, Russia and Italy.

 

 

 

 

Paper;

Most medieval books and bibles were made from cannabis fibres, of much better quality than wood pulp papers and capable of lasting for thousands of years.

Paper money was usually made from hemp as it was far more durable than wood pulp paper.

Hemp paper can be recycled up to 7 times nearly twice that of other papers.

The earliest piece of paper that exists was made from hemp c.100BC. from China.

 

Canvas;

For both Tents,

Ideal for Tarpaulin not only because of it's fire retardent , mildew resistance and partial shower proofing properties but also as a woven cloth it's fibres are Thermo-dynamic meaning it retains warmth in cold but is cooling when it's hot

 

and Artwork. The Dutch word 'canvas' is derived from the Latin word 'cannabis'.

 

Paints;

Varnishes, Adhesives and Glues traditionally had cannabis in their composition'

 

Floor Coverings;

Historically were often made from cannabis fibres.

 

Building Materials;

Hemp concrete, fibreboards stronger than plywood and re-usable shuttering for concrete mouldings are just some of the applications traditionally used in the building trade.

In the South of France there is a bridge c.500AD. made from a material traditionally known as Isochanvre described as the process of maneralization of sap and resin.

Terry Waite CBE. World-renowned humanitarian and author had a guest house built using hemp for the walls, floor and ceilings, the hemp was delivered in the form of chippings or shavings, in paper sacks from a French firm named;

Chevonette Habitat, whose owner Mme. France Perier, claimed that the Pyramids were built using the hemp, lime and water recipe she had discovered. This hemp, lime, water mix was cast into panels, it's as flxible as cement but 6 times lighter, making it easier to work with. It's also stronger, concrete structures strat to detiorate immediately, whereas Hempcrete continues to gain strength because lime absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as it sets. After construction the hempcrete continues to absorb carbon and continues to get stronger, acting as a very much needed carbon sink.

 

A method very similar to this can also applied to produce 'Hemp Metal'. The German automobile manufacturer Mercedes were testing the material for car panels. Whereas BMW have been using this method for their dashboards for years.

 

Henry Ford is known to have used hemp, along with pine fibres, straw and ramie for his famous Model T built to run on hemp biomass fuel. When exhibited the car was powered by a 60 horse power Ford V-8 engine,

the panels could withstand a blow 10 time heavier than a similar car

with steel panels before denting, meaning it was safer.

It was also much lighter than a steel car so more fuel efficient.

 

 

Henry Ford with his Model T built to run on Hemp biomass and incorporating 10% hemp as one the components in the body panels, and then attacking the panel with a sledge hammer that bounced off the surface without so much as a dent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamp and Lubricating oils.

Hemp was cleaner burning than Flax oil.

 

Soap.

Available today but generally only from specialist suppliers and looked upon as more of a gimmick than a serious product, which is a great pity as it makes luxurious soap. It is becoming more widespread and is likely to continue to do so as a sideline from one of the many newly formed modern hemp industries.

 

Foodstuff.

The seed itself can be made into porridge, flour, breads or indeed anything that is flour based. The oil was traditionally used as a salad dressing, to make margarine and food supplements, i.e. Omega oil. The leaves are often used as a delicious salad vegetable or to make a soothing infusion. The seed was also pressed into cakes to make animal fodder.

 

 

 

 

 

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