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Hemp can be made into charcoal and biochar!


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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:


Bamboo and Binchotan charcoal are well known and used, however hemp charcoal has 1.6 times more cavities than bamboo charcoal and 4 times more than Binchotan charcoal. Therefore, hemp charcoal has excellent power to absorb and expel impurities.

our activated charcoal is pure carbon. tasteless and odourless, it can be used in an infinite number of ways. It can be used in a wide range of applications, such as food colouring, mixed into baking, bread and noodle making, dissolved in lattes and drinks, and as a dietary supplement to maintain good health.


In addition, hemp charcoal not only has the same level of adsorption properties as activated carbon for medical use, but is also notable for stabilising and moderating energy in the body, this is the essence of hemp. Stable neutral energy allows matter to return to its original state. It is an action that adjusts the energy of the body and various substances at the subatomic level, such as repairing genes and reviving cells, and returns the rotation of subatomic particles to their normal state. The reduction effect can be used in a variety of situations, such as for physical ailments, keeping food fresh, increasing umami (flavor), and promoting fermentation. With its unlimited possibilities,
hemp is a necessary plant for the coming age of essentiality.

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