Everything you need to know about Hemp and its different varieties of Products
What is Hemp?
Hemp plant is different from the Cannabis plant because its rich on non-intoxicating Phyto-cannabinoids. It has been harbored to make clothing fiber for over thousands of years. Large amounts of Hemp plants are produced in a short period of time and produces a low amount of THC or non. The Hemp seeds, that growth on the plant like buds on the cannabis plant, have also been acquired for Oil products, which are very popular used for daily well being. You can find CBD more likely in the flower, also called buds, and the roots of the plant.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural compound found in the Hemp plant. Scientists and doctors have been researching and testing the Hemp plant since its discovery thousands of years ago, and it has shown many benefits for humans and animals. It is safe and non-addictive and is used to support your well being/everyday life.
Why industrial Hemp?
The difference comes to that Industrial Hemp has lower concentrations of THC and higher concentration of Cannabidiol, then the regular Cannabis plant. Therefore, the Hemp products guarantee that its lower then 0.3 of THC and even non.
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Differences between Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil
Hemp Seed Oil
is extracted from the Seed of mostly Cannabis Sativa Plants
CBD Content: Low
Also called Cannabis sativa Oil or Cannabis sativa seed Oil
CBD (Cannabidiol) Oil
is obtained from stalks, leaves and flowers
CBD Content: High
The Endocannabinoid System
Every living body has an Endocannabinoid system that interferes with our well being everyday.
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When was Hemp legalized?
Hemp was legalized with the Farm Bill of 2018 that has allowed Farmers to growth Hemp in larger scales. Before that, in 2016 a Bill was signed that allowed research on Hemp.
Major uses of Industrial hemp
Paper Products, Textiles, Molded Plastics, Body care products, Construction, Livestock feed, Livestock bedding, Nutritional Supplements, Essential Oils, Medicines and Food
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