Hemp Crete Strongest Building material in Nature


Published on Oct 3, 2013

Hemp has always been a cash crop. Fuel may be the most important product you can get from hemp for our growing energy needs, but there are literally thousands of different products you can make from hemp. From clothing, to makeup, to biodegradable plastics, it’s pretty much a miracle plant. It has 4x the yield of tobacco, is incredibly resilient to changes in environment and it grows very quickly. I would argue that hemp would be a staple in any sustainable society. It’s really a shame that it’s illegal in the US.

HEMP HOUSES – End World Poverty & Homelessness 4EVER !!

HEMP FUEL : End The Worlds Fuel & Energy Crisis 4ever !!

HEMP FOODS : End World Hunger – Food Stortages & GMO 4EVER !!

HEMP Bio-DeGradable Plastics – End World Pollution 4EVER !!!


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I’m not 100% about the legality of Hempcrete, but it sounds like a pretty amazing building material. As you can tell from the name, it’s hemp concrete. It’s a sturdy building material. It’s pretty. And it “breathes” – making it a carbon neutral material.

Another bonus for people in most environments is that Hempcrete is bug proof, fire proof, and mold proof. That means that you’ll never have to worry about termites or mold (a big problem for people here in the Pacific Northwest). In areas that experience extreme high temperatures, the Hempcrete will absorb the heat during the day, and then release it at night. Ultimately making the building much more comfortable to occupy.







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