Hemp, or Cannabis Sativa, is a tall, coarse plant, utilized through history for making rope, canvas, paper, coarse fabric, etc. Though a native plant of Asia, it’s widely grown (and better known) not for its fiber and seed, but for its flower, better known as ‘marijuana’! However, hemp is not an intoxicant as it contains significantly less THC than marijuana, and its legalization paves the way for vast innovations in textile, food, healthcare, even construction industries.
Read about how the recent US Hemp Farming Act has legalized hemp production, laying the framework for a vibrant, growing industry.
The Business of Hemp:
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