Hemp and Nettle: Two Food/Fiber/Medical Plants in Use in Eastern Europe

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Description Most of us are familiar with flax and its byproducts, including linen and linseed oil. However, two related plants show up in East and Central Europe for similar purposes: hemp (Cannabis sativa) and nettle (Urtica dioica). Both hemp and nettle fibers were used to make cloth, as well as being used for food and medicine.
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