A Plant That Never Ceases to Amaze: 5 Things Made from Cannabis

Innovation and technical cannabis is an exciting thing with a lot of potentials. Recently, the level of innovation in the cannabis industry has reached staggering heights. But this plant never ceases to amaze.

Cannabis sugar as raw material and fuel

The American company PureHemp has found a technology to extract essential sugars from cannabis for use as feed and even biofuel. Sugar is obtained by breaking down cellulose, a complex carbohydrate, which is rich in cannabis biomass.

Cannabis oil for frying food

By all accounts, this product can replace sunflower oil and flooring as an excellent alternative in cooking. Since regular cannabis oil is rich in polyunsaturated fats that do not withstand high temperatures, it is not suitable for cooking, but can be used as a salad dressing.

Chewing gum with CBD

Several cannabis products have been extensively researched and assembled into CanChew CBD gum. Scientists who participated in the development of this gum talk about its benefits over other edible cannabis products.

Cannabis plastic for 3D printing

The Italian company Kanèsis has developed 3D printed cannabis plastic fibres that are capable of producing objects of amazing strength and durability. These fibres give objects a “natural” light texture that is more attractive than plastic.