eHempHouse

presents the HempGin for the American Family Farmer.

 A win for the farmer, a win for the environment, a win for the future.

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Eliminate 76% of operating costs! Reduce CO2 by 10 tons for every per acre crop grown! You can do this by planting one of the most ancient plants known to man and one that is fast becoming the future of agriculture- industrial hemp­- Use the HempGin with your new crop and you can create five highly profitable revenue streams…

EHempHouse Inc. has a patent pending system called HempGin. A mobile mechanical processor housed within a repurposed 20’ shipping container and powered by industrial hemp; A regenerative crop than can produces five revenue streams: Hemp Oil, Green fuel in liquid or a solid form (patent), Hemp Pellets, Seed Hull Animal Feed and Electricity. It is completely self-contained, portable, totally off-grid, will run day or night, and most importantly, enlists mother earth to produce a regenerative, soil restoring, carbon negative energy from Hemp Biomass. All while removing more CO2 from the atmosphere than any other plant on earth!

The U.S. has 2.1 million farms cultivating 291 million acres. These farms are small, medium and large but most of all of them have one thing in common; they are in trouble. The Climate is impacting farms and trade wars are impacting markets and pricing. The operating costs keep going up; seed, chemicals, fertilizers, fuel and energy prices keep rising- while markets fluctuate or disappear. The average age of the American farmer is 57! This has to indicate that the sons and daughters are going elsewhere as they experience how difficult it is to squeeze a living out of farming. Yet no one cares more about the land than our farmers. 

The monopolistic outlawing of Hemp before and after WWII caused us to lose 70 years of farm experience and know-how. Hence the USDA has no figures for cultivation. For some comparison, 2018 statistics showed that the average operating cost for an acre of soybeans was $159. Seeds, fuel, lubrication, electricity, fertilizers, soil amendments, chemical herbicides and pesticides account for 76% of that cost! The potential profit was $285. The unique properties of hemp will eliminate virtually all of those operating costs. Plus the HempGin can give the farmer five revenue streams; Hemp Oil, Green Fuel, Hemp Pellets, Seed Hull Animal Feed and Electricity. Considering that an acre of hemp can yield 8,000 pounds of seed - doing the math; seed is 35% oil…35% of 8,000 lbs = 2800 lbs of oil. Divided by 7.5 (1 gal of hemp oil weighs 7.5 lbs.) = 373 gallons of oil per acre; at $30 per Gallon = $11,370/ acre! PlusGreen Fuel, Plus Hemp pellets, Plus Animal Feed, Plus Electricity and MINUS tons of CO2- so why grow soy beans?

Last year, US farmers planted 88 million acres of soybeans. Imagine if the 41% of the market they recently lost were planted in Industrial Hemp instead; the revenue to the farmer would be huge; new industries and jobs would be created, and the amount of CO2 extracted from the atmosphere would be an enormous boon to stop the global climate calamity and save our planet for future generations. And that is just the beginning……….

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Carbon Offset

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Industrial hemp has been scientifically proven to absorb more CO2 per hectare than any forest or 

commercial crop and is therefore the ideal carbon sink. One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb 

22 tonnes of CO2 per hectare, about the area of two soccer pitches. Hemp's rapid growth makes it 

one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools available, more efficient than agro-forestry.

In addition, the CO2 is permanently bonded within the fiber that is used for anything from textiles, 

to paper and as a building material. It is currently being used by the automobile industry in Europe 

to replace plastics in car construction.

It can be constantly replanted and as such meets permanence criteria as defined by the Kyoto 

Protocol.


Electricity

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Today, many regions around the world are disadvantaged by having to rely on a defective or 

even non-existent electrical supply grid. This is particularly true in remote rural areas.

The HempGin is able to operate independently from the mains power grid or in synchronization 

with it, and these microgrids provide remote or rural areas with a secure and reliable supply of regenerative, locally 

generated energy. 

Byproducts

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Green Fuel

Hemp fiber has a long history of use, and the seeds are not only nutritional, but have a remarkably 

high oil content. Hemp, essentially a weed, thrives on poor land and requires minimal inputs, yet 

produces nearly four times as much oil per acre as soybeans, which is currently the only crop 

grown on a large scale for green diesel in the U.S. The biggest challenge to using hemp as a 

biofuel is that so little of it is grown. Some countries, such as France and Canada, produce it on a 

limited scale, but in the U.S. “industrial” hemp has been illegal for farmers to grow since the 

1930s—even though it does not contain enough THC to get anyone high.


Click below to watch a short demonstration of eHempHouse clean burning fuel derived solely from hemp, a regenerative source that is viable and sustainable to replace fossil fuels while repairing damage done to the planet.

Clean burning fuel demo
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Hemp Pellets

  

Wood Pellet stoves are becoming popular because of the reduced cost compared to propane, electricity and heating fuel. Wood is also a renewable resource however the quality of wood makes a big difference. Issues like softwood, hardwood, and whether or not there is bark included in the pellets can make a huge difference in the type of heat provided and the amount of ash produced. This is where Hemp fuel pellets come in. Hemp pellets produce around 2% ash and can be used in a large range of pellet burners currently on the market today. Hemp is less corrosive to burn than wood pellets, creates less ash, and always has the same high quality as what you find in premium grade wood pellets. 

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Hemp Oil

CBD is one of many compounds, known as cannabinoids, in the cannabis plant. Researchers 

have been looking at the possible therapeutic uses of CBD.

All cannabinoids, including CBD, produce effects in the body by attaching to certain receptors. The 

human body produces certain cannabinoids on its own. It also has two receptors for cannabinoids, 

called the CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors.CB1 receptors are present throughout the body, but 

many are in the brain.

The CB1 receptors in the brain deal with coordination and movement, pain, emotions, and mood, 

thinking, appetite, and memories, and other functions. CB2 receptors are more common in the 

immune system. They affect inflammation and pain.

Researchers once believed that CBD attached to these CB2 receptors, but it now appears that 

CBD does not attach directly to either receptor. Instead, it seems to direct the body to use more of 

its own cannabinoids.

CBD use may help treating:

 pain relief and has anti-inflammatory properties

 quitting smoking and drug withdrawals

 epilepsy

 neuropsychiatric disorders

 combat cancer

 post-traumatic stress disorder

 general anxiety disorder

 panic disorder

 social anxiety disorder

 obsessive-compulsive disorder

 Alzheimer's disease.


Benefits and Impact

Community Impact

According to Cornell, the returns above total costs estimates for 2019 are $248, $624, and $867 per acre for industrial hemp for fiber only, seed (grain) only, and dual purpose fiber and seed (grain), respectively, for the New York State farmer.

The returns for green fuel, hemp oil, electricity, carbon offsetting and biochar have not been mentioned.

The benefits of growing industrial hemp in combination with operating the eHempHouse HempGin are of significant importance not only for rural areas in the US but internationally in developing countries.

Nutrition

Hemp seeds can be consumed or used to produce a variety of food products including hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based protein powder.

According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, one tablespoon of hemp seeds weighing 30 grams (g) contains:

166 calories

9.47 g of protein

14.62 g of fat

2.6 g of carbohydrates (including 1.2 g of fiber and 0.45 g of sugar)

21 milligrams (mg) of calcium

2.38 mg of iron

210 mg of magnesium

495 mg of phosphorus

360 mg of potassium

2.97 mg of zinc

33 micrograms (mcg) of folate

Hemp seeds also provide vitamin C, some B vitamins, and vitamins A and E

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eHempHouse Corp

20 Straub Drive, Pleasant Valley, New York 12569, United States

(877)655-0330 Info@ehemphousecorp.com

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