Hemp flower has powerful medicinal and spiritual properties
Hemp seed is full of amino acids, protein and essential fatty acids
Hemp is the source of one of the world’s strongest natural industrial fibres
It feeds the soil with valuable nutrients. No need of need for pesticides
Ultimate Hemp World Inc.
Hemp is truly an amazing plant with the potential to help “green up” many industries! At UHW, we plan to set up a 640-acre manufacturing facility within Alberta, Canada.
We believe there can be tangible benefits reaped from the adhering to a corporate social responsibility plan.
Our primary aim is to get Canada involved in a cleaner, green, eco-friendly sustainable environment by engaging its shareholders and the public.
It takes years for trees to grow until they can be harvested for paper or wood, but hemp is ready for harvesting in only 120 days after it is planted and it can be used to produce fiberboard that is stronger and lighter than wood.
Fact of Hemp
On an annual basis, 1 acre of hemp will produce as much fiber as 2 to 3 acres of cotton, which is much stronger and softer than cotton.
Hemp requires no pesticides, no herbicides, and only moderate amounts of fertilizer.
History of Hemp
Hemp is an ancient plant that has been developed for centuries. The Columbia History of the World (1996) states that the weaving of hemp fiber started over 10,000 years ago! It has been a vital source of food and fiber with references dating back to ancient China and Mesopotamia
Importance of Hemp
Hemp is the fiber and seed part of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant, opposed to the flower part of the plant which is “legally considered” marijuana. Hemp and Marijuana are NOT the same, they are both just part of the Cannabis family. The fiber and seeds are incredible value and are why hemp is often called a “cash crop”. Hemp is a very hearty plant and grows very quickly in diverse soil conditions. Some of the over 25,000 products made are clothing, paper, rope, shoes, chemical cleanup, canvas, cellophane, paints, fuels, chain lubricants, biodegradable plastics, fiberboard, building supplies, food and beverages, cosmetics, and soap – most of which are superior alternatives to less environmentally friendly products.
Although China has been the largest hemp producer over the years, other countries such as Australia and Canada are catching up with the re-emergence of hemp. Now hemp oils, hemp plastics, hemp building materials, and many hemp fiber products can be seen and purchased in the market.
Hemp is truly an amazing plant with the potential to help “green up” many industries!
Our Range of Products
Hemp includes all varieties of the Cannabis genus that contain negligible amounts of THC, the chemical that makes marijuana psychoactive and gets you “high”. The Cannabis family has several different breeds, yet it is most infamously known for marijuana (“weed”). This is the main reason why people confuse the term hemp with marijuana. Hemp actually refers to the industrial, non-drug variant that is cultivated for its fiber, hurd, and seeds.