What is iHemp? An industrial crop or a medical crop? iHemp is both of these things, and so much more. Agricultural hemp or iHemp is often referred to as “hemp stalk,” which grows differently than THC-containing cannabis, and looks similar to a bamboo plant. THC-producing marijuana plants are grown to an average of five feet in height, spaced six to eight feet apart while agricultural hemp is grown to a height of 10 to 15 feet or more before harvest, placed three to six inches apart.
Industrial hemp stands for sustainability and health. Not only is it beneficial for the human body, but also for the Mother Nature. The current practices of producing certain products such as paper, oil, plastic, cotton, construction, and pharmaceutical are taking a toll on our environment. Utilizing iHemp in the production of all of these products can help reshape our environment and Mother Nature. It is understandable why people would support such an amazing plant that can revolutionize all those industries for the better. There are many organizations that are helping the spread of the iHemp—Indian Industrial HEMP Association is one of them.
The IIHA (Indian Industrial Hemp Association) is founded in order to share the truth about iHemp, promote the Industrial Hemp-based products nationally and globally, and submit recommendations changes in the present laws, regulations, standard and guidelines on a nation level on iHemp. Organizations like this are crucial to the success of the iHemp Movement. Please give your full support to the IIHA and associates with IIHA for promoting iHemp. One plant and so many uses, why discard science because of ideology. Science is our future and so is iHemp!