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All You Need To Know About Agricultural Hemp

The agricultural hemp is the category of sativa cannabis, which has a higher level or CBD and a very small percentage of THC. THC is the chemical compound that is working in your body when you get high. The negligible 0.3% or even less of THC in hemp doesn’t get you high. However, the topic on this plant is still a sensitive one in most countries nowadays.

Most countries ban hemp cultivation, since the governments still classify it under its broad definition of marijuana. Therefore, it is considered a drug that is highly prone to abuse and has no widely accepted medical uses in the health sector. However, the agricultural hemp is an extremely versatile plant. It has about 25,000 different uses or more. This includes the making of beauty products, textiles, house insulation, building materials. Also they produce pesticides, dietary supplements, oil-based products, salad dressings and many more. That is just a scratch of what hemp can do.

Regulations for growing hemp in the US

Although farmers in the United States of America are able to grow hemp, they cannot buy seeds in their own states. This means that still there is no domestic market for the hemp plant in the US. CV Sciences, for instance, grows and imports agricultural hemp from the Netherlands to make Plus CBD Oil products in the US.

Most of the products that are produced from hemp can only be sold as part of the approved marketing research. All the participants must describe what will happen to the plant and the seeds during and after harvest. The name of the process is “the seed-to-shelf process”. The applicants in the USA can grow a maximum of 100 acres. However, if you collaborate with an institution of higher education, you have the liberty to grow as much hemp as you would like.

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