Hemp as a culture
Hemp as a culture for many centuries was perfectly combined in the life of the Russian peasant, which in essence was the conduct of subsistence farming. In this culture, the best consumer properties are most successfully combined. The seeds contain the maximum amount of protein compared to available foods, this figure is 35%. In hemp oil, the combination of omega 3 and omega 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids is considered optimal for the body and is 3: 1. Hemp fiber is particularly durable and has been used in the manufacture of ropes, ropes, fabrics. It is known for certain that all the ropes for the running rigging of the sailing fleet of the whole world, including the sails themselves, were made of hemp hemp. Hemp fiber, in addition to strength, is resistant to prolonged exposure to sea water. One of the unique properties of hemp fiber is its bactericidal effect. Also, the fiber has low thermal conductivity and high hygroscopicity, therefore, in hemp clothes a person feels most comfortable all year round. In winter - not cold, in summer - not hot. Cannabis bonfire is an ideal agent for mulching the soil. And this property was one of the key in traditional agriculture, characteristic until the enslavement of the peasantry when the so-called Romanov-Goldstein dynasty came, in which the agricultural paradigm radically changed from symbiosis and a combination of plants according to Travnik and mycelium to growing a monoculture with the inevitable plowing of land, destruction mycelium and the need for crop rotation. Thus, hemp covered a fairly wide range of needs of the peasant family, and allowing the sale of surplus.