WHAT IS

INDUSTRIAL

HEMP?

INDUSTRIAL

HEMP VS

MARIJUANA

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STALK

“Hemp” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less THC content  (by dry weight).

While the legal definition described above had not been legitimized until the Agricultural Act of 2018 had passed, “hemp” has generally been used to describe non-intoxicating Cannabis that is harvested for the industrial use of its derived products.

With evidence of its use recorded throughout history, including the discovery of material made from hemp over 10,000 years ago, many believe that hemp was the first crop ever cultivated by mankind.

With the capabilities to produce crucial resources such as food, rope, clothing, paper, housing material, and more, hemp has been the catalyst for man’s earliest innovations.

HEMP

ROOTS

LEAVES & FLOWERS

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SEEDS

OIL

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PERSONAL

CARE

PRODUCTS

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FUEL

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PAINT

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FOOD

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BEER

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ANIMAL FEED

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MULCH &

COMPOST

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CBD

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CLOTHING

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ROPE

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PAPER

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INSULATION

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TEXTILES

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COMPOST

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MEDICINE

COMPOST

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THINGS MADE USING HEMP

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“Marijuana” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain more than 0.3% THC (by dry weight) and can induce psychotropic or euphoric effects on the user.

While the use of this term is widespread throughout American culture, it presents a grossly inadequate misrepresentation of Cannabis.

In early American history, the term “marijuana” was non-existent and “cannabis” was the primary term used to classify the plant.

in the early 1900's, rumors began to surface, warning Americans of the dangerous and homicidal tendencies caused by using “Mexican cannabis” or “locoweed,” which lead to a rise in anti-Mexican sentiment.

As the negative perception of cannabis intensified, the government began regulating cannabis more aggressively.

By 1927, 11 states had passed anti-marijuana laws and by the 1930s anti-marijuana propaganda and the fear of “Reefer Madness” was in full swing.

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