You can make food, particularly with California’s new law permitting food to be made in the home for sale, using hemp’s nutritious seeds, which are sources of vitamin E, minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc. Food can be made for people, birds, and livestock.
These include baked goods and confectionaries such as candies, lollipops, candy bars, chocolate, cotton candy, and other sweet items of snack food, hemp milk in multiple flavors, nutritional supplements using gamma-linolenic acid, and salad oil.
Hemp is a source of cannabidiol (CBD) – the non-psychoactive cousin of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which can be added to cookies, coffee, cranberry cocktails to relieve and improved digestion, among other health benefits.
Hemp paper products, hemp textiles, course textiles like carpeting, 3D or 4D printing using molded plastics made from hemp, essential oils, body care products, cosmetics, construction fiberboard, insect repellant, industrial oils, livestock feed, livestock bedding, dog collars woven out of hemp, and green footwear.
This list is a beginning to spur your creativity into creating hemp products that can be sold locally or over the web.