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Few plants have a history as fascinating (and controversial) as hemp. One of the first plants domesticated by man, hemp has been used for centuries as a textile, but also to make ropes, and even to make paper. More recently, hemp seeds and plants have begun to be used to make healthy food and beauty products, but it is above all the possibility of making with its fibers that interests us in this article. Here is some information about hemp, and its impressive ecological CV.