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       Hemp and medicinal properties.   As you know, hemp contains CBD and a small amount of THC, if used as an extract with CBD as the main ingredient and less than 0.2% THC, it can be used to make medicine. Or herbal medicine The medicinal properties of hemp that have been researched and found are as follows.

Hemp and medicinal properties

          1. Helps to relax and refresh.

          2. Solve insomnia

          3. Reduce headache pain and migraine.

          4. Nourish the blood

          5. Hemp seeds contain good fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6, which help reduce the risk of heart disease.

          6. can reduce nausea and vomiting in patients receiving chemotherapy.

          7. Stimulate appetite.

          8. Anti-inflammatory

          9. Antimicrobial and antifungal

          10. Treatment of diarrhea, dysentery

          11. Against epilepsy symptoms

          12. Treat various neurological diseases

          In addition to Hemp and medicinal properties also has industrial benefits:

Bark and hemp

          High quality fibers, flexible, durable, can be used as raw materials for clothing, bulletproof vests, and ropes. Currently, the market for apparel and accessories made from hemp fibers is gaining popularity. Because the fibers are stronger than cotton Absorbs moisture better than nylon It’s warmer than linen, so it’s lighter and more comfortable to wear, while research from the National Institute of Physics and Science of China has found that half of the hemp fabric can block up to 95% of UV rays unlike clothing. Other fabrics block only 30-50% of UV rays.

Hemp meat

          Used to make pulp This has the advantage of being easy to grow and harvesting faster than other paper crops such as eucalyptus pine, and being able to replant hemp in the same area continuously. And use less capital, unlike eucalyptus pine that can be planted a few times

Hemp seed

          It has higher quality protein than soy protein. And it is high in fiber, cheap, it can be used as a substitute for soybean products. Including the use of hemp seeds to produce flour for use as a food ingredient. In the future, it could be used as an alternative to soybeans, which are GMOs (genetically modified crops).