RAW Organic Hemp Papers are thin, environmentally-friendly rolling papers made from hemp. They’re also additive-free, so you won’t have to worry about inhaling any chemicals when you smoke marijuana.
They come in a variety of sizes, including Single Wide and 1 1/4. They’re also available in creaseless rolling papers.
Hemp is a natural accumulator plant that binds to impurities in the soil. It absorbs all sorts of things like water, fertilizers and impurities from gas-guzzling tractors.
Buying organic hemp products is one of the easiest ways to support your local farmers and ensure they are doing what’s right for you, the environment and your health. Hemp that’s organic is grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
A USDA certified organic hemp producer must undergo extensive on-premises inspections from USDA accredited certifying agents to guarantee their hemp product meets USDA regulations. This process is very time consuming and involves many bureaucratic hoops, but it’s worth it for the sustainability and safety of the organic product.
Hemp is a good source of fiber and omega fatty acids, making it a great choice for vegetarians, vegans, or anyone looking to add more heart healthy ingredients to their diet. The best part is that it is also a great source of protein, which can help fuel your workouts while maintaining energy levels throughout the day.
Our raw organic hemp protein powder is one of the most efficient and bioavailable proteins on the market. It is easily digested by the human body and provides 15 grams of complete unflavoured protein in every serving. It is an excellent source of the antioxidant polyphenols, essential fatty acids, phytosterols and vitamins E and K.
Hemp is one of the most sustainable crops on earth, with zero agricultural chemicals required. It can be grown in a range of climates and does not require as much water or fertiliser as cotton. Hemp also helps to capture CO2 and is an excellent crop for sustainable rotation farming boosting soil nutrients.
Hemp grows quickly, taking up to 120 days from seed to harvest. Its fast growth means that farmers only need to replant the land once a year, which reduces carbon emissions and water usage and helps to avoid soil degradation caused by unsustainable growing techniques.
Hemp seeds are a source of protein and essential fatty acids, making them an ideal food. The raw shelled seeds can be consumed in a variety of ways, including as a snack, a supplement, or a healthy meal replacement.
Hemp has a storied past as a crop, dating back to ancient China and Middle Eastern cultures. Today, hemp has been used in a variety of industrial applications and is an increasingly popular plant-based ingredient.