Hemp may not get you high, but it can do pretty much anything else you can imagine. This low-THC variant of the cannabis plant has a dizzying array of uses, including everything from food to medicine to rope to bricks and more—somebody even made a sports car out of hemp. Here are 15 products that can be made from hemp.
Beer and hemp are the perfect match. That’s because hops and cannabis are essentially botanical cousins.
There are now a handful of breweries around the country that use hemp to make cannabis-infused beer.
Of course, the brew won’t be psychoactive, but the hemp does give it an interesting, weed-y flavor.
It turns out that hemp can be used to make some highly effective sunscreen. The plant isn’t actually blocking UV rays, but it works as a great base for zinc oxide, which does block the sun.
On top of that, hemp is good for your skin, adding a little extra benefit to using hemp-based sunscreen.
Hemp seeds are incredibly nutritious, and they can be used to make hemp seed milk.
It’s a great option for those who don’t respond well to dairy, and for anybody looking go “green” with their diet.