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Hemp is a form of the same plant as marijuana that generally has much lower levels of the psychoactive cannabinoid compounds. The seed and seed oil have probably been used for food, cooking, and lamp oil in Asia and North Africa for millennia. Hemp is believed to come from China. The nutty seeds normally have a hard shell which has to be removed to make it edible. Today, in order to be legal in most countries, the seeds must be treated so that they cannot be planted and grown.
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A few reasons why people are using hemp products:
Source: New Hope 360
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Hemp products have become popular items in food and supplement aisles, but have you ever wondered where hemp comes from? A recent report on the website, New Hope 360, revealed some of the secrets behind hemp production. To start, hemp seeds come from industrial hemp plants. The seeds are shelled and cold-pressed to produce hemp oil; the remaining parts of the seed then become the basis for protein powders. Of course, people also consume the whole shelled hemp seed (or “heart”) as a food. While hemp is related to the marijuana plant, you don’t have to worry—hemp contains less than .3% of THC (an active compound in marijuana); most tests have shown that consuming hemp seeds or oil does not produce psychological effects, and won’t result in a positive drug test. Despite the fact that consumers and manufacturers currently use industrial hemp for a variety of purposes, the US only allows the plant to be grown for research, which is why hemp typically comes from countries like Canada where it is legal to cultivate.
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