WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEMP AND MARJUIANA?
So what is the actual difference between hemp and marijuanna? There’s a lot of interest in hemp/CBD lately. You know that don’t you? You’ve searched out this post wondering, what is the difference between hemp and marijuanna? Will i get high and eat everything in the cupboard if i try CBD? Well, lets take a look at the many differences between the two, so you can make a more informed decision about purchasing CBD in the future. While THC can get you high. CBD is non-psychoactive.
Will I get HIGH?
Hemp and marijuanna actually look, smell and taste the same so its no wonder we are confused! They’re both part of the cannabis plant family, but they are at different ends of the spectrum if we look closely at the effects produced within the body. Marijuana has a greater amount of THC (psychoactive) while a considerably low amount of CBD which is non-psychoactive it will get you high but won’t help with anxiety or many other aliments. While on the flip side, Hemp naturally contains a high amount’s of CBD and a low amount of THC less than 0.3%.
CBD stands for cannabidiol. CBD is an essential component of medical hemp. It is derived directly from the hemp plant, which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. While CBD is a component of marijuana (one of hundreds). By itself it does not cause a “high.” CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential. To date, there is no evidence of public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.”
What other uses does hemp/CBD have?
There are many uses for industrial hemp, not only in the CBD industry. Hemp fibres can be used in textiles or industrial processes. Hemp can also be used for grain, paper, weapons and clothing. Can you imagine a world where your morning newspaper is made from hemp and no more trees have to be cut down? We sure can! One of the earliest examples of hemp paper where Buddhists texts found in China they date to the 2nd and 3rd century AD. Despite this wonderful plant being used by our ancient ancestors for many thousands of years. The global prohibition of Cannabis in the 1920’s and 30’s had a devastating effect on Hemp industries. Furthermore, hemp paper producers saw the rise of the wood-derived paper we are familiar with today.