Differences Between Cannabis, Hemp and Marijuana

Differences cannabis hemp marijuana

Hemp and marijuana are two different strains of the cannabis plant. In today's world, we are familiar with the common functions of the plants more than anything else. The more popular is the Marijuana function - the psychoactive component that gives you the "high" you think of from simply reading the word. The term marijuana is usually indicative of the cannabis plant's higher concentration of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in comparison to Cannabidiol (CBD) within the plant. 

Speaking of THC's cannabis cousin Hemp is actual more rooted in world history for its multitude of functions. The Hemp (short for Industrial Hemp) plant is hardy and tall and grows quickly like marijuana plants but contain much lower concentrations of THC and often a higher concentration of CBD. Hemp has been used to create hundreds of products, from bricks and rope to t-shirts and fiberglass car paneling for luxury car companies.

A newly studied element of the cannabis plant is Cannabidiol (CBD). CBD oil has risen to the forefront of cannabis conversations due to its astounding health benefits and ability to combat some of life's most challenging ailments. Check out the heartfelt reviews as you shop Keep it Hemple's pure CBD oils and feel the benefits for yourself.


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  • LM Lucas

    Since I have been using the tea, I have lost more than 25 pounds in 3 months. The tea seems to curve my appetite. I also accompany the tea with minor daily walking from 2-3 miles and I feel great. Thank you KIH!!!

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