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Perhaps no other little plant has been plagued by misperception and propaganda more than this cousin of marijuana. The biggest distinction drawn between cannabis as in marijuana and cannabis as in hemp is that marijuana produces a psychoactive effect or euphoric “high” whereas hemp does not. Cannabis that is high in THC is commonly referred to as marijuana; cannabis that is low in THC (.3% or less) and high in CBD is considered industrial hemp.
Hemp is such a useful, and beneficial crop. It’s estimated that there are some 25,000 uses for hemp which include everything from dietary & nutritional supplements to clothing, skin care products, and building materials.
Hemp harvests in just 3-4 months and can produce upwards to 50,000 commercial products. Anything that wood, paper, cotton or plastic can do, hemp can do as well. Our environment also benefits from hemp cultivation when you consider that it is renewable and does not need to be genetically modified due to its natural resistance to pests & weeds.