Hemp is a common name for Cannabis sativa and the name most used when this annual plant is grown for non-drug purposes. The seed is used in various health food applications and is comparable to sunflower seeds. Hemp contains delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psychoactive ingredient found in hashish and marijuana. The THC levels in hemp are minute and have very little intoxicating effects. In hemp varieties grown for seed or fibre use, the plants are grown very closely together and a very dense biomass product is obtained, rich in oil from the seeds and fibre from the stalks and low in THC content.
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