About Hemp

Hemp Defined

On February 7, 2014, the U.S. enacted the Farm Bill of 2013 into law. Section 7606 of the act, Legitimacy of Industrial Hemp Research, defines industrial hemp as distinct from marijuana and authorizes institutions of higher education or state department’s of agriculture in states that legalized hemp cultivation to regulate and conduct research and pilot programs. Industrial hemp is the non-psychoactive, low-THC, genetically distinct varieties of the plant Cannabis sativa. Hemp has absolutely no use as a recreational drug.  Hemp is legal to purchase and use in all 50 states of the U.S.

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Hemp is low in THC and high in CBD, and it still contains all of the 85+ cannabinoids.  CBD alone does not give all of the benefits that a full plant extract will. Emerald Hemp only uses full plant extract in our products with no extra chemicals added. CBD (Cannabidiol) a highly researched cannabinoid, second only to THC. Mostly non-psychoactive, it provides many health benefits without THC’s “high” effect. CBD promotes restful sleep, supports normal cartilage and joint function, relieves occasional nausea, enhances relaxation, and more. We recommend consulting scientific publications, government resources, and your doctor for more information on CBD’s benefits.

FDA DISCLOSURE:  In accordance with federal regulation we cannot make health claims regarding our dietary supplements we can only recommend our products for general wellness.  Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.