‘No more Laundry Days’ Our Lifestyle needs comes up with different packs of 15 DISPOSABLE KITS. Each KIT type serves a specific purpose. NEW BORN CARE KIT, PATIENT HOME CARE KIT, MATERNITY DAYS KIT, DAYCARE/PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL KIT, LUXURY HOTEL/GUEST HOUSE KIT, GIRLS HOSTEL KIT, BOYS HOSTEL KIT, HOTEL KITCHEN KIT, PILGRIMAGE SITES, RAILWAY/BUS CARRIAGES/ TAXI, PRE-SCHOOLS.
Why these Kits by i-biodegradable’?
Post Lockdown phase looking our country its a populous and hardworking nation and we are constantly staring down the barrel for continually depleting ground water resources. On top of that our regular work force rushing back to spend more than 10 hours at work only to spend their rare holidays cleaning linens, towels and other things. If these items are converted into disposables, a lot of time and water can be saved. Made of Hemp plant and Its disposal is just boiling water in few sec it will melt. Later same water can be recycled.
What exactly is hemp?
“Hemp” is another name for the Cannabis sativa plant and its products. Varieties grown to make hemp rope and other products you see on the shelves Those varieties are sometimes called “industrial hemp.”
Is Hemp also called Marijuana?
As explained above Cannabis sativa plant have varieties those Varieties grown for use as a drug have been specifically bred to have lots of THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the chemical that makes users feel high is marijuana. We are not in support/making or supply of those Varieties created for Marijuana.
What is industrial hemp used for?
The stalks of industrial hemp—remember, that’s the kind with low levels of THC—can be made into rope, paper, wax, and cloth for furniture or clothes. These industrial Hemp will be used for making ‘i-biodegradable’ Kits. It’s Sterile hemp seeds can be made into oil for shampoo, soap, or body lotion. The seeds can also be mixed in with food for animals.
Is hemp illegal?
Cannabis sativa is usually illegal under U.S. federal law, but there are exceptions to that rule for products made from hemp that do not contain THC, like paper and shampoo. The U.S. imports some industrial hemp products, and some states also allow farmers to grow industrial hemp.
What’s the short answer?
Hemp rope and joints of marijuana come from different varieties of the same plant. The hemp that’s made into rope or jewelry won’t make a person high.