By IIHA on 05 Jul 2016, 05:51AM

A great and economical substitute for cotton On an acre of land, ihemp crop will generate 2/3 times more fibre than a crop of cotton. iHemp fibre is stronger and softer as compared to cotton and will last much longer. Cotton requires a moderate climate and lots of water to grow, on the other hand, … Continue reading “iHemp: A boon for an economy”

By IIHA on 18 Jun 2016, 04:17AM

Seeds of the Cannabis plant are used to extract iHemp oil. However, the iHemp oil does not carry THC, the prominent psychoactive compound in Cannabis. iHemp oil has been extracted for many centuries, but it is always in controversy because of its association with the Cannabis species having THC. Properties and Uses iHemp oil is … Continue reading “iHemp Oil: A Gift to Mankind”

By iiha.tbi on 14 May 2016, 05:25AM

Industrial hemp was once a dominant crop on the American landscape. This hardy and renewable resource (one of the earliest domesticated plants known, with roots dating back to the Neolothic Age in China) was refined for various industrial applications, including paper, textiles, and cordage. Over time, the use of industrial hemp has evolved into an even greater variety … Continue reading “Benefits of a Superplant called ihemp!”

By iiha.tbi on 14 Apr 2016, 05:23AM

In 1955, the Tuberculosis, Nutrition Study in Czechoslovakia declared that ihemp seed was the only food that could cure tuberculosis. After 30 years of research, they discovered that a high protein diet was necessary for successfully treating TB. The edestin protein found in ihemp seed is considered to be the closest to human globulin, easily digested, and was … Continue reading “iHemp seeds cure TB”