Hemp and marijuana are two popular names for the cannabis plant.
Cannabis and Hemp are often used interchangeably, but they are different! Hemp refers to the variety of the plant that doesn’t have the psychoactive effect. Cannabis plants that contain less than 1% THC (the cannibinoid that causes the “high” feeling) are technically Hemp. Cannabis is thought to be one of the oldest domestic crops. It is bred for use in making fabrics, rope, fiber, oils, ointments, fiber, and any use not for intoxication is Hemp. People have grown many varieties of Hemp throughout history for medical and industrial use.
Marijuana is recognized for its psychoactive use and has been bred for religious and medical purposes throughout history. Marijuana is a slang term used for Hemp strains bred specifically for their psychoactive properties. Scientists believe the separation of the cannabis gene led to two district different types of cannabis plants…
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