Naturea Biomaterials partners with farmers nationwide to optimize their crop processing output by implementing proprietary processes producing high-quality botanical products with high levels of control, cleanliness, and replication which are paramount to our business. We manage all aspects, seed to sale, from cultivation and seed breeding, to the processing technology used to harvest and produce finished bulk products from the crops.
Hemp use dates back to the Stone Age, with hemp fiber imprints found in pottery shards in China over 10,000 years old. It is one of the strongest naturally accruing fibers. It can be made into thousands of different products including clothes, food, plastics, fuel, and even building materials. When talking about hemp, its capabilities to be incredibly environmentally friendly are a recurring topic. Hemp is a cost effective way to minimize the damage being done to our planets ecosystem and deforestation in our rain forests.
In the last decade hemp has been widely promoted as a crop for the future. This is stimulated by new technologies which make hemp suitable for industrial paper manufacturing, use as a renewable energy source (Hemp Biofuel), and the use of hemp derivatives as replacement for plastic products. The increased demand for health food has stimulated the trade in shelled hemp seed and hemp oil is increasingly being used in the manufacturing of body care products.