Industrial Hemp

Industrial hemp refers to varieties of the cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa) that are specifically cultivated for industrial purposes, rather than for recreational or medicinal use. Unlike marijuana, which is cultivated for its high levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and psychoactive effects, industrial hemp is bred to contain low levels of THC (typically less than 0.3% in the United States) and higher levels of other cannabinoids like CBD (cannabidiol).

Industrial hemp cultivation is legal in many countries, including the United States, under certain regulations and licensing requirements. It is valued for its versatility, sustainability, and potential to support various industries while reducing environmental impact.

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