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How many products can be made from Hemp in 2020

How many products can be made from Hemp? 36 AMAZING Products!

Did you know paper was being made from Hemp fibers as early as the Neolithic Age in China? But how many products can be made from Hemp in 2020?

Agriculture scientist Jennifer Gilbert Jenkins refutes the claim that Hemp can be made into 25,000 different products. When it comes to real uses, we found 36 Hemp products that will amaze you!

#1. Beer

There is a question buzzing around the internet, “does Hemp Beer get you high?” After looking at reviews and statements from experts, Hemp beer will not make you a high and it will not cause you to fail a drug test. Based on reviews, the “Two Flowers IPA” by Coalition Brewing is the #1 top-rated Hemp Beer for 2020.

#2. Tattoo Ink

Hemp-infused tattoo ink is real! This Hemp Ink is medicinal-grade and plant-based which could make your next tattoo a healthier and safer experience!

#3. Ice Cream

Being lactose intolerant, Hemp Ice Cream has saved my life! I recommend you follow this easy Strawberry Hemp Heart Ice Cream Recipe from Camilla of the lovely

#4. Paper

Hemp Paper saves trees. Did you know that instead of using 2-4 acres of trees to make paper a year you would only need 1 acre of hemp? You can buy this Hemp paper and feel good about saving trees!

#5. Weatherproof Jackets

Hemp Basics states 1 acre of hemp can make up to 3x as much fiber as 2-3 acres of cotton. They also state Hemp fiber is more resilient and heat-absorbing than cotton, it also needs less water to grow Hemp. Check out this innovative Hemp Jacket from Patagonia!

#6. Milk

Hemp milk is made from whole hemp seeds and is a rich source of powerful plant-based minerals and protein. Did you know Hemp Milk is easy to make? Follow this guide to learn how to make your own!

#7. Plastics

Unlike plastics made from petroleum, Hemp is non-toxic. The bioplastics made from Hemp stalks are renewable and biodegradable, which is a plus when you look at plastic-ridden landfills that sit for decades.

#8. Biofuel

Did you know you can make biodiesel and ethanol from hemp? It’s true. As a matter of fact, the petroleum industry has already started to put hemp in its products!

#9. Protein Powder

Hemp is a powerhouse of plant-based protein trusted by professional athletes. It’s great for muscle gains and great for the Earth. Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein Hi Fiber is ranked #1 Hemp Protein Powder for 2020.

#10. Shampoo

Could you imagine the healing properties of Hemp infused into a shampoo? Check out this guide of the 10 Best Hemp Shampoos to find a paraben and sulfate-free alternative to fight dry hair, breakage and hair loss.

#11. Cement, aka “Hempcrete”

Hemp Concrete, or Hempcrete, is made by mixing Hydraulic Lime (used as a Binder), Hemp Hurb (aka Hemp Fiber) and water. Check out this Youtube video from Matt Prindle to see Hempcrete in action!

#12. Lip Balm

People are wondering, “will Hemp lip balm get you high?” The answer is no, but I love the idea of blending the soothing properties of Hemp with beeswax to help prevent chapped lips and sun damage. Eco Lips Organic Hemp Lip Balm is ranked #1 Hemp Lip Balm for 2020.

#13. Flour

Hemp Flour is made by removing Hemp Oil from Hemp Seeds. We love this Hemp Seed Flour from Hippie Butter, you can use it to make muffins, cakes, breads, or your homemade granola.

#14. Carpet

Hemp Carpets and Hemp Rugs are made from Hemp bast fibers from the stalk of the Hemp Plant. You have to check out these Hemp Area Rugs, I am obsessed.

#15. Animal Feed

The economic potential of Hemp animal feed could allow farmers to feed their cattle with less. Cattle can digest Hemp easier and may enhance their digestive health with the high protein and omega-3 fatty acid content of Hemp Seeds. Although it is stuck in legal difficulties, the potential is alluring.

#16. Canvas

Hemp Canvas differs from Cotton fabrics like denim because it is plain weaved rather than twill weaved. Imagine using a canvas that didn’t require wood to make! Check out these Hemp Produce Bags, they are PERFECT for your next Farmer’s Market.

#17. Cooking Oil

Hemp cooking oil is made from Hemp Seeds and is rich in Omega 3 Fatty Acids which can help lower blood pressure and slow the development of plaque in the arteries. Learn how to cook with Hemp Seed Oil with this awesome guide from Karrisa’s Vegan Kitchen!

#18. Varnish

Hemp Oil is an eco-friendly way to seal and revive wood without dangerous additives or solvents. Learn how to use it with this Youtube video. You can get Hemp Wood Finish from the Real Milk Paint Co.

#19. Dish Cloths

We all need better ways to make our kitchens more eco-friendly. These beautiful handmade Hemp Dish Cloths on Etsy are the perfect way to be sustainable in 2020.

#20. Granola

Hemp Granola is a healthy and delicious way to boost your diet with plant-based protein and healthy fats. You can even add it to your favorite yogurt! Nature’s Path Hemp Hearts Granola is ranked #1 for 2020.

#21. Body Lotion

Hemp Body Lotions are infused with organic Hemp Seeds Oil along with other natural extracts like Vitamin C to help relieve sore joints along with hydrating the skin. Hempz Original Herbal Body Moisturizer is ranked #1 Hemp Body Lotion for 2020.

#22. Butter

Hemp Butter is made by blending non-GMO Soy Butter with Hemp Seed Oil, making for a buttery product that is rich in Omega 3 Fatty Acids. You can make your own by following this easy 5-step guide from Hippie Butter!

#23. Salad Dressing

Infuse your salad with the protein and healthy fats of the Hemp Seed! If you are looking to try this pure natural goodness, check out Good Hemp’s Top 5 Hemp Seed Salad Dressings.

#24. Chemical Absorbent

Hemp naturally absorbs impurities and heavy metals out of soil through a process called, “Phytoremediation.” It was even shown to absorb contamination in the soil surrounding Chernobyll! If you are looking to clean your soil, I recommend this Universal Hemp Absorbent from Hemp Sense.

#25. Rope

The first ropes for fishermen and sailors were made of hemp. They were on to something then!

#26. Jewelry + Pottery

Jewelry and pottery makers often use hemp in their macramé because it’s cheaper than cotton and lasts longer for things like pot hangers and bracelets.

#27. Soap

Soaps can be made from the oil in hemp. It won’t clog your pores and can add much needed moisture to dry skin. Yellow Bird Patchouli Soap Bar is rated #1 for the Best Hemp Soap in 2020.

#28. Shirts and Shoes

Hemp shoes are my absolute favorite. Saucony Originals Men’s Jazz Low Pro Vegan Sneaker are reviewed as the #1 Best Hemp Shoe in 2020. Hemp Shirts are equally comfortable.

#29. Dresses

Hemp dresses embody a natural and organic lifestyle.

#30. Pants

I have always loved denim, but recently bought these Hemp pants from Patagonia and have been impressed with the way they stretch.

#31. Sunglasses

Wearing Hemp is both stylish and a statement to the world that you believe in a green future. These sunglasses from Hemp Eye Edinburgh are modern and made from Hemp.

#32. Energy Drinks

Just when you think it couldn’t get better than Hemp sunglasses, energy drinks from Kona Gold are one thing you need to try!

#33. Tea

If energy drinks are not your cup of tea, why not try Hemp Tea? Green Roads CBD Tea is rated #1 for 2020. It also contains peppermint to assist with gut health!

#34. Yoga Mats

The wellness insight makes handmade Yoga Mats from organic Hemp that are both chemical-free and biodegradable.

#35. Meditation Cushions

Channel your zen with handmade meditation cushions from Samadhi Cushions based in Vermont. These cushions are top-rated because they use organic Hemp and Cotton to create the soft cushion they are known for.

#36. Wellness Products

Hemp contains naturally-occuring CBD, a botanical compound that is made into oils and topicals to help the human and canine Endocannabinoid System (ECS) rebalance itself. At Greenlife Organics, we make all our Hemp Wellness Products with organic Hemp we grow by hand on our farm in San Diego – experience our difference today!


These 25 products are exciting examples of ways we can become more sustainable in 2020, let’s challenge ourselves to think and live GREEN in 2020.

Discussion question: Which product is most appealing to you? Did any catch you by surprise?

Thank you for taking the time to read How many products can be made from Hemp in 2020? My mission is to help you become an expert in all things Hemp.

To your health,

Jess Etchemendy

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