Cannabis sativa L. subsp. sativa var. sativa is the variety grown for industrial use (which is our product), while C. sativa subsp. indica (marijuana/Medicinal weed) generally has poor fiber quality and a high THC level which is needed for the medicinal and/or for recreational/spiritual use. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the major difference between the two types of plants is the appearance and the amount of THC concealed in a sticky mixture.

Oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis approved for industrial hemp production produce only minute amounts of this psychoactive drug (THC), not enough for any physical or psychological effects. The THC is produced by the plant’s glands and does not belong to the essential part of the fiber or the seed. According to the Canadian and European protocol, the general amount of THC in a field grown hemp plant is less than 0.3% – while marijuana varities can contiain anywhere from 2% to 20%.

After the plant is harvested, it is cleaned of resin and tested in order to meet federate and commercial standards. This ensures that any hemp that enters the market has non-detectable amounts of THC. Hemp, in modern food products, has as much THC as corn and soybeans and is as much of a drug as those crops are.

Infact, because of the cruitail seed controls and laboratory protocols that have been developed, Therefore, you will not fail a drug test after eating hemp. A few years ago, researchers proved this when they tried to get someone to fail a standard workplace drug test. Subjects were given large amounts of hemp foods to consumer over a period of time, but measurements failed to detect any trace (

THC molecule