In Europe, hemp is used in household cleaners as a natural alternative to harsher chemicals.
Hemp is a renewable resource which grows more quickly and easily than trees making hemp more cost effective than waiting decades for trees to grow to be used in man-made fiber production such as lyocell and rayon from wood pulps.
The Gutenberg bible (15th century), Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland (19th century) and just about everything in between was printed on hemp paper.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the early drafts of the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper produced in Holland. George Washington also grew hemp, harvesting the fibrous seed for a variety of commercial uses including a skin lotion.