Hemp farming was once a required agricultural activity in the U.S. prior to cannabis prohibition. It has thousands of applications from industrial applications to therapeutic properties. As hemp is legalized in more U.S. states, its importance is being highlighted once again.
Hemp is a member of the cannabis sativa L plant family. Although it is part of the cannabis plant family, it is not intoxicating. It is valued for its high CBD content in the medical community.
02. Zero THC
It is often thought that all hemp contains THC, but this is false. A majority of hemp, though, does contain as much as 0.3% THC. This is not enough to produce an intoxicating effect. Some varieties contain 0 THC
03. Health Benefits
Hemp is most commonly sought for aiding in reducing inflammation and reducing seizures. It is usable in ingestible applications such as a source of plant-based protein, fiber and healthy fatty acids. Hemp is also a nutrient and vitamin rich plant.