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Did you know that until 1883 between 75% & 90% of all the world's paper was made from Hemp? The Magna Carta and the King James Bible were written on Hemp paper, as was the first draft of the American Declaration of Independence.

Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Gainsborough used Hemp oil paints on Hemp paper. All our paper is tree free because deforestation is a global problem in addition to the fact that the pulping process for tree pulp creates considerable chemical discharge. Annual crops like Hemp require fewer chemicals so are less polluting, plus Hemp paper lasts 50 to 100 times longer than that made from timber making it a perfect archival medium.

All of our paper is 100% new tree free (we only ever use recycled or re-purposed tree fibre) and about as environmentally sound as possible.

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  1. Hemp Little Note Book

    This perfect small notebook is a handy solution to the age old problem of not having something to write on just when you need it. The ideal size to keep in your pocket it measures 55mm x 70mm. Made from pure unbleached, 125gsm 100% Hemp paper.

  2. Hemp Lime Construction

    Hemp lime is a lightweight construction material that can be used for walls, insulation of roofs and floors and as part of timber-framed buildings. It provides very good thermal and acoustic performance and offers a genuinely zero-carbon contribution to sustainable construction.

  3. The Hemp Cookbook - Todd Dalotto

    Written by Todd Dalotto, the founder and owner of Hungry Bear Hemp Foods, this book is full of tantalizing recipes that combine the unique nutritional advantages of Hemp Seed with other vitamin and mineral foods

  4. Hemp for Victory - Kenyon Gibson

    Kenyon Gibson has spent seven years researching this wonderfully in-depth 296 page review on all things Hemp and the book has fantastic illustrations and quality insights into the world's most useful plant.

  5. Cannabis for Health, Energy, Medicine, Paper

    A booklet with illustrations comprising 67 pages of 100% Treefree Hemp paper bound with Hemp twine it encompasses a collection of essays by Kenyon Gibson, Paul Benhaim, Cindy & Nick Macintosh, Mina Hegaard, J.P. Darien and Steve Karski with a resource guide and bibliography.

  6. Building with Hemp

    Updated 2nd Edition - Written by Steve Allin this comprehensive new book gives great insights into the myriad of ways people can build environmentally sustainable and eco sensitive designs using natural materials

  7. The Emperor Wears No Clothes - Jack Herer

    Jack Herer has updated his authoritative history of hemp's myriad uses and of the war on this plant, just as it has become high-profile news, with supporters such as Woody Harrelson and Willie Nelson. Herer thoroughly documents the petrochemical industry's plot to outlaw this renewable source of paper, energy, food, textiles, and medicine.

  8. Hemp Masters: Ancient Hippie Secrets for Knotting Hip Hemp Jewellery

    The Hemp Masters knotting guide is a simple, easy-to-follow, instructional manual for creating unique hemp jewelry. Author Max Lunger’s introduction provides definitions of the terms used in the book and facts about hemp.

  9. Hempathy - Food For Thought - Ivan Artucovich

    In the modern world, cartoons tell the story fast and easily. What is the point of words when full, rich pictures can do the job perfectly and humorously. “For anyone new to the world of medical marijuana, Hempathy will ease the transition.

  10. The Hemp Manifesto: 101 Ways that Hemp Can Save our World

    All around the world the magical hemp plant is creating industries for food, fuel, clothing, housing and paper that are beneficial to both humanity and the environment. Included in this book are a collection of the most surprising and eye-opening facts about the plant.

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