What is Hemp?

What is Hemp?


Hemp is a plant that is harvested commercially for its flower, leaf, seeds and stalks. Its seeds and stalks are used to produce a number of products: including food, nutritional supplements, medicine, body care products, paper, textiles, building materials, plastic composites, and even biofuels. Its flower and lead are used to produce full spectrum raw Hemp oil. Because it thrives under natural conditions, hemp is typically grown outside, with both male and female plants sown closely together to encourage wind pollination and increase seed production. The hemp plant grows sturdy and tall, up to 2 to 4 meters in height, and it can grow easily without the need for herbicides or pesticides.


For Hemp to be considered Federally legal, it must contain no more than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per dry weight under the Hemp Farming Bill legislation passed during the Obama Administration. The level of THC in hemp is 33 times less than the least potent marijuana strains, so it’s impossible for hemp to get a user “high.” Hemp has over 85 cannabinoids that have so far been identified in the Hemp plant.


Our Vision & Mission


Our Mission is to build a Worldwide network of researchers, farmers, engineers, educators, cultivators, hemp building manufacturers, doctors, with educational resources in hemp cultivation, laboratory testing, and extraction and processing standards so we can collectively provide the finest totally organic hemp products with a focus in overall health, wellness, and personal care. We are building a network of people and organizations who support all types of Hemp research from clinical trial studies of hemp CBD, cultivation to organic farming practices, genetic research, extraction, processing, composite design and manufacturing, hempcrete, hemp geo-polymers, hemp grahene and much more.


Our Network


Our Network is centered around building unique network affiliate opportunity which actively supports our members and rewards their efforts. We are committed to providing world-class best standards of practice, training and support materials to help before, during and after purchase of any product line we offer. Hemp Institute is creating an environment that allows each team member to grow and build a life aligned with their unique purpose while contributing to the whole.


Our Team


Our Team is made up of entrepreneurs who some have decades of professional experience in the industrial hemp industry. We all understand the importance of integrity in their business practices, and we all see the importance of educating everyone about the endo-cannabinoid system. Our success comes from building a responsible network of individuals who share common goals, purposes, values, and a commitment to maintaining a thriving earth, as well as a thriving lifestyle.


No Synthetic Chemicals


The manufacturers and farms we work with adhere to strict organic farming practices. We have work with sources in California, Oregon, and Colorado.  Our sources use no synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides are used in the growing of our hemp. Then the Hemp Oil is extracted using CO2 gas which is the cleanest current standard of extraction which uses no chemical solvents.


Good Manufacturing Practices


This GMP standard means we make sure the manufactures we work with adhere to the highest recognized international standards. This means the manufacturer works with the highest quality product, and each batch is tested for the presence of pesticides, heavy metals, solvents, yeast, mold, and other contaminants.


Made In United State of America


Our manufacturers and the cultivators are based in California, Oregon and Colorado. This ensures that higher quality standards can be verified because it’s in the U.S. and it also ensures compliance with the FDA’s regulations on hemp, and guarantees that you receive the freshest, highest quality organic products to your door, which supports U.S. Hemp manufacturing and cultivation jobs.


Various Hemp Uses


Housing – 70% of the Hemp Plant total weight is made up of the ‘hurd’ or woody inner core. This part of the plant is THC free (i.e. Hemp) and is used in housing construction. The silica leached from the soil by the plant combined with unslaked lime forms a chemical bond similar to cement which is fire and waterproof. Cannabis Homes


Food – Hemp may be grown also for food (the seed) but in the UK at least (and probably in other EU countries) cultivation licenses are not available for this purpose. Within Defra (the UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) hemp is treated as purely a non-food crop, despite the fact that seed can and does appear on the UK market as a perfectly legal food product.


Nutrition –Both the complete protein and the oils contained in hemp seeds (rich in lanolin and linolenic acids) are in ideal ratios for human nutrition.


Fiber – Until its rediscovery in the late 1980s, the use of hemp for fiber production had declined sharply over the past decades, but hemp still occupied an important place in natural fibers as it is strong, durable and unaffected by water. The main uses of hemp fiber were in rope, sacking, carpet, nets and webbing. A hemp clothing industry was reborn in the West in 1988, and hemp is being used in increasing quantities in paper manufacturing. The cellulose content is about 70%. Harvesting the fiber Hemp stem. Smallholder plots are usually harvested by hand. The plants are cut at 2 to 3 cm above the soil and left on the ground to dry. Mechanical harvesting is now common, using specially adapted cutter-binders or simpler cutters. The cut hemp is laid in swathes to dry for up to four days. This was traditionally followed by retting, either water retting whereby the bundled hemp floats in water or dew retting whereby the hemp remains on the ground and is affected by the moisture in dew moisture, and by molds and bacterial action. Modern processes use steam and machinery to separate the fiber, a process known as thermo-mechanical pulping.


Building – Hemp in building products is naturally fire resistant so you can be sure that your hemp-built house is safe and will protect you and your loved ones. Hemp buildings are naturally soundproof so you can enjoy the silence in your acoustically insulated home. A House of Hemp dramatically improve the air quality inside the building and reduce the number of airborne molds and toxins that can cause respiratory disease. This means you can be sure of a healthy environment for you and your family. The lime/hemp building material is naturally resistant to rats and mice, so you don’t have to worry about pests and diseases. Hemp building has excellent thermal insulation properties which means you will see lower heating and cooling costs compared to conventionally built properties – more money in your pocket. Hemp building products far superior in many ways.


Fuel – Fuel can be a by-product of hemp cultivation. One fuel would be biodiesel because of the oils in the seeds and stalk of the hemp, another would be biofuel from the fibrous stalks.


Clinical Studies on Cannabidiol (CBD)




We do not sell any Hemp CBD products through this website; however, you can contact us if you need any type of Hemp products, and we would be happy to help you with your needs. All edible Hemp products should only be used as directed on the product manufacturer label. Hemp products should not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications. A Doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product. Statements on Aeternal.tv website have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products we list on Aeternal.tv are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results will vary. By using this site, you agree to follow the Privacy Policy and all Terms & Conditions printed on this site. Currently we are actively developing content for the Aeternal.tv website our products and webstore we plan to have running by mid 2023 maybe sooner. Thank you for visiting please come again soon for more updates.



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