What is hemp?

Hemp is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant. There are over 400 strains of the plant. Hemp, or actually Industrial Hemp contains to little THC to get high. Hemp contains around .03% while Marijuana contains 5-25%. You can't get high with less than 3%. Industrial Hemp is one of the most useful plants known to man. It can be used to build houses (with good insulation), to make a variety of textiles (it is better quality than cotton), for food , it also has medicinal properties. A Hemp crop is ready to harvest in only 4 months.
Heres a list of some of the things that can be made with Industrial Hemp: Oil (edible but can also be used for lamp lighting, printing and lubrication) Snack bars, Cookies, Burgers, Porridge, Sauces, Butter, Condiments, Pesto, Hemp milk, Cheese, Ice cream, Flour, Breads, Pastas, Household Detergents, Stain Removers, Varnishes, Resins, Paints, Twine, Cordage, Textiles, Paper, Webbing, Household Goods, Non-woven Matting, Caulking, Auto Bodies, Building Materials, Packaging, Plastic Composites for making Skate Boards and Auto Bodies, Charcoal-like substance, Biomass, Methanol, Ethanol, Hemp Gasoline, Diesel, Medicine, Lip Balm, Moisturizers, Shampoos, Conditioners, Soaps, Salves, Perfumes, Liniments. The use of hemp to make a wide variety of very useful products dates back thousands of years. The trade in these products should be continued today because the things made from hemp are absolutely wonderful and utile. Additionally, hemp products are a renewable resource. It's a no-brainer. Use the link below for more information. The USA in ports over 60% of the worlds supply but does not grow the crop its self do to the common confusion hemp is marijuana.