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100% Organic hemp rolling papers: really hempressive!

 

ROOR offers 100 percent  organic hemp rolling papers. Hemp often gets wrongly confused with the cannabis that you smoke in a joint. Although it is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant, hemp contains a negligible amount of CBD and THC. Hemp is a versatile material that can be used for a wide variety of products including rolling paper where it offers a perfectly crafted smoking experience.

 Hemp is trending right now, but this hasn’t always been the case. The history of hemp is a Hollywood-like story that can be broken down into three parts.

 

 First part (7,500 BC to 1936):

For thousands of years, from shoes to traditional medicine, hemp was used across the globe by many happy people for a wide range of different purposes.

Second part (1936 to 1995):

“Reefer Madness” strikes and governments crack down on the “bad” hemp plant. The people are frustrated because now they can’t cultivate a perfectly good crop.

Third part (1995 to present day):

Hemp has a renaissance. Under pressure from society, governments change their approach to hemp. The people rejoice.

 Let’s engage a bit more with this phoenix-from-the-ashes story.

Hemp’s glory years

Hemp was the first plant ever grown by humans. [1] Remnants of hemp cloth found in Turkey date back to 7,500 BC. [2] When hemp arrived to Europe, around 1,200 BC [3], it quickly became popular .

In early history, Hemp wasn’t just wide-spread in Asia and Europe, in fact the plant was widely regarded around the globe. Amongst other uses, it was employed to make clothes, writing paper, tools, shoes, and as an ingredient in traditional medicine.

 

Why was hemp so popular?

Hemp grows very easily even in relatively arid areas. It has a competitive advantage over other textile fabrics such as cotton because it needs much less water to grow. [4]

 

 Hemp’s troubled middle period

 Hemp was excluded from society in the early 20th century.

 With the “Reefer Madness” theory popular at the time, hemp got associated with THC, and harsh rules were passed to make it illegal.

Hemp is back!

Since the 1990s widespread hemp cultivation has returned. [5]

Today hemp is used in a variety of settings. Major car manufacturing brands are using hemp composites for door panels. While in construction, sustainable homes are combining hemp with concrete to make more energy efficient building materials. [6] Amongst other things, hemp is also used to make cloth, cosmetics, rope, printer’s ink, wood preservative, detergents, soaps, lighting oil, and rolling paper. [7]

In the era of climate awareness, hemp has been particularly treasured because it has been shown to be twice as effective at capturing carbon as trees. Darshil Shah, a senior researcher at the Centre for Natural Material Innovation at Cambridge University, said “ [hemp]  offers an incredible scope to grow a better future…numerous studies [have demonstrated that it is]…one of the best…[converters of carbon dioxide].”

 

Why does hemp make great rolling paper?

 Hemp comes from the cannabis sativa plant, so it is a natural choice for cannabis lovers. The advantages of hemp papers don’t stop there.

Hemp looks beautiful. ROOR’s ORGANIC HEMP rolling papers are a sand-dune-inspired, natural beige colour.

 Hemp is one of the strongest and most durable materials on the planet.[8] ROOR’s rolling paper is ultra-lightweight, sturdy, and resistant. It has a solid feel in the hand and doesn’t tear easily. The burn is even and slow and the smoke-pull is smooth.

Where does ROOR grow its organic hemp?

ROOR prides itself on the naturalness of its product. The papers are made with 100 percent organic hemp from the Aube region in north-east France. Aube has rich soils and many forests. It is a perfect place to grow lush and abundant hemp crops!

ROOR’s rolling papers contain a precisely-curved watermark to reiterate the brand’s aspirational ethos. The papers also have world-first CBD-infused, natural gum which has a mildly peppery flavour with vibrant, balsamic notes. The goods are GMO free and contain no chalk, no dyes, no additives, no chlorine, and no bleaching agents.

Very hemportant paper!

 After some difficulty in the early twentieth century, hemp has regained its rightful place as one of the most astonishing materials on planet Earth. ROOR’s hemp rolling papers are just one of the many important uses to which the plant has been put. Say thanks to one of nature’s greatest gifts. Roll up a nice one with ROOR’s ORGANIC HEMP papers.

ROOR SAS has carefully developed the world's first rolling papers with CBD-infused natural gum, with a range of three specific rolling papers: Unbleached, Organic Hemp, and Rice. The natural gum of our rolling papers contains CBD with 0% of THC. Our products are only to be used by people over the age of 18 and should not be used to substitute or replace any medication. They should not be used to treat illness or medical conditions. They are not to be consumed as dietary supplements and should be kept away from children and pets. ROOR products are exclusively available in countries where regulation permit.