What is Hemp?
Hemp or industrial hemp is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species is grown specifically for its industrial uses. Hemp is one of the fastest growing plants and can be used in many commercial items such as, paper, textile, clothing, biofuel, food, biodegradable plastics and more. The seed is mainly used in dietary products. Hemp seeds are typically hulled and use in variety of ways. Seeds can be eaten raw, ground into a meal, made into milk, and is even used to make protein powder.
Hemp seeds can also be pressed and made into oil. Hemp seed oil can be used as salad dressing, paint, ink, and is a core ingredient in many body care products.
Learn more about the benefits of hemp at www.projectcbd.org.