Hemp

Hemp is derived from non-intoxicating cannabis Sativa L. Hemp is genetically distinct from marijuana and has a variety of uses including fiber from the stems, protein from the seeds, and oils from the leaves and flowers. Hemp does not produce high levels of THC, but it can produce very high quantities of CBD. Hemp is regulated very differently from cannabis as it’s legal to cultivate and sell under The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill).Hemp is a fibrous product that can be produced from the male cannabis plant and can be used in the manufacture of rope, paper, beauty products, and a vast array of other products. Hemp plants have no value as a drug since they are males. However, they are still considered illegal in the United States.Hemp is a fibrous product that can be produced from the male cannabis plant and can be used in the manufacture of rope, paper, beauty products, and a vast array of other products. Hemp plants have no value as a drug since they are males and
don’t produce the same level of cannabinoids as the female cannabis plants. Hemp is still Federally illegal to grow in the United States, though some states have approved laws for commercial production. – https://canna4life1.wpengine.com/are-hemp-and-marijuana-the-same-thing/Hemp is literally weed (Cannabis Sativa), only it lacks significant amounts of THC. In the US, hemp is legally any cannabis plant that measures .2%THC or lower.

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