The versatile plant has hundreds of applications if you want to get down to it.

Sure, CBD oil is all the rage, especially now that hemp production is legal in the U.S. But there’s a lot more to (quite possibly) the world’s most versatile plant than the flowers.

CBD cannot be found in the seeds or stalks of the hemp plant, except in very small amounts from incidental residue during growing and harvest.

And to be considered hemp, the plant’s flowers must be under a very small percentage of THC.

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Mary Schumacher ~ TheFreshToast.com

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