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What are some products made from using plants?

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Answered 2015-04-29 19:14:46

This is just variety list, but here goes:

  • Corn: Clothing, Bags, Corn oil (for cooking), Corn starch, Corn meal, Bird food, Animal feeds, Human food, Fuel for cars (Ethanol) and home heating (used in a corn burner) and cosmetics.
  • Soybeans: Crayons, Soybean oil (cooking), Ink, and Alternative fuels.
  • Hemp: (If growing it were legal it could be used for the following) Clothing, Jewelry, Rugs/Carpets, Medications, Oils for alternative fuel, and Historically was tested by Henry Ford for use in automobiles instead of steel. (Hemp was proven to be stronger than steel in Ford's testing).
  • Sunflowers: Seeds for human and animal consumption, and Cooking oils.
  • Tomatoes: Ketchup, Salsa, Pasta sauce, Barbecue sauces, and the list goes on.
  • Mint: Mint ice cream

As you can see, there are many uses for every plant. Whether it is safer alternatives for fuels, or the future of automobiles. The possibilities are endless for every plant on the earth. Jsqrl169( I forgot to log in) Pinners, joints and bombers

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