What Is Hemp and Hemp Chemistry?
What is Hemp?
Hemp is a variety of the Cannabis species. Usually, this species has high Cannabidiol or CBD contents, and as such causes no mind-altering effects on the users. Although hemp and marijuana plants come from the same species, they are genetically different in terms of chemical makeup. The plants may also be cultivated and grown differently.
The main difference between hemp and marijuana plants is perhaps the high THC levels in marijuana. (THC is the component responsible for the psychoactive effect in the marijuana plant.) While marijuana has about 15-40% of THC, our hemp will have less than 0.3% of THC. With the passing of the recent Farm Bill, hemp is now legal to grow as long as the THC content stays within the legal boundary.
Now that you know more about hemp, explore the benefits of CBD oil and cherry wine products. Contact us if you want to buy bulk hemp from Henrietta, TX.
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The Use of Hemp and the Difference Between CBD and THC
The use of hemp has been around for thousands of years. In time, humans have been able to gain a multitude of uses for this amazing plant. It has the ability to adapt to such versatile conditions. In our modern age, we now use hemp technology to maximize its full potential. We are in a period of growth and both in terms of business and research. In the past few years, we have been able to view hemp from a new perspective.
With new insight into its role in nutrition, food, fiber, fuel, plastic, paper, and other diverse uses, we no longer shy away from creating helpful products for the masses. Hemp technology, though it may bring up an image of fancy technology, is a way of expressing the many uses of hemp as a tool. Whether it is for health reasons or material use, we can rely on the fact that it is natural and safe to use.
Another way to look at hemp technology is how companies have found their own methods of working with it. In our case, we like to make sure that we cultivate and process our hemp and cherry wine biomass so that we have control over our stock. Having our own source of hemp gives us the confidence to believe in its beneficial remedial effects and that it will help you.