Industrial Hemp

CANNABIS/HEMP/CBD IN COLORADO

The industrialization of the hemp, its seeds, and Cannabis has revolutionized the agriculture sector and also accelerated the growth of the economic sectors of many cities in the United States of America. One of the popular states to benefit from hemp and cannabis industrialization is Colorado. Colorado is filled with a lot of hemp farms that produces mass industrial legal hemp and cannabis products, which has seen them earn the most money from industrialized hemp and cannabis than any other place in the United States.
Its production is however regulated by Colorado laws which states in article 61, section 35-61-101(7) of its federal laws that Industrial Hemp “means a plant of the genus Cannabis and any part of the plant, whether growing or not, containing a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of no more than three-tenths of one percent (0.3% THC) on a dry weight basis.” As such, any hemp that has more than a 0.3 % tetrahydrocannabinol concentration is considered above the required limit and, therefore, marijuana in Colorado.

Hemp Clones: When Buying

The clones being propagated here at Remedy Farms is for the purpose of CBD production.  The cost of production of low-THC hemp plants requires a lot of finances, companies who grow these plants tend to overprice their hemp products, which therefore presents a stumbling financial block for customers sometimes. The quality of the products is also sometimes questionable since most of the customers do not have any idea about the parentage (mother) of most of the CBD hemp clones. It is, therefore, important that the plant’s cannabinoid profile, health, and terpene levels are taken into consideration and disclosed by producers in determining the quality of the hemp plants. There are sometimes genetic mutations present in most hemp plants produced from seeds and as such, they tend to grow differently than normal. Each strain of clones and mothers alike should have current available independent lab results.

HEMP CANNABINOIDS

Cannabidiol (CBD), which is common in hemp plants, is considered perhaps the hottest agricultural crop commodity since hemp cultivation was legalized in America. Its high demand and interest have been down to the health benefits it is believed to provide for people. A lot of people who use it claim it is good for some health issues people endure and also helps in relaxation.
CBD is obtained as a result of the exposure of cannabis to UV lights. Recent scientific research also suggests that the usage of CBD can also help relieve other medical issues like insomnia, migraines, schizophrenia, cancer, dystonia, epilepsy and seizures, Alzheimers, diabetes, inflammations, obesity, nerve protection, vomiting, hepatitis, damaged liver, brain functionality, allergies, asthma, etc. We are excited to see offical studies on CBD be released.

CANNABINOL (CBN)
Another form of Cannabinoid present in hemp plants is Cannabinol. It is especially believed to be useful for people who experience difficulties sleeping.

CANNABIS STRAINS
There are over 100 different strains in the world today, which are distinctive from one another with different effects on its users. A lot of users go in for different strains based on the results derived from the usage of their preferred strains. In simple terms, they all serve different purposes. Some are responsible for providing energy and reducing pain. Others also aid in relaxation and help people sleep better, or promotes appetite.

CBD HEMP FLOWER
This is basically the flower that grows on the female hemp plant. Most cannabinoids are produced from this flower. However, flowers that do not have seeds are seen as the correct choice especially in terms of producing CBD for various purposes.
Since the Farm Bill was passed in 2018, hemp and CBD have become legal in America, and its mass production has been approved. As a result, it is also legal to produce CBD hemp flower or products and sell to people directly.
Hemp flowers vary in terms of the amount of CBD that is present in them. Various strains of the hemp plants, however, normally determine how much CBD can be found in them and if they meet the required limits and do not more than 0.3% THC present in them. People who are interested in purchasing CBD hemp flowers of the highest quality are mostly advised to check if the flowers have gone through lab testing and are deemed well enough by lab experts in order to ascertain its quality.
It is important to note that CBD hemp flower is different from marijuana flower, as a lot of people seem to be confused about them. Even though they belong to the same species (Family), both have different components that affect people who take them differently.
The CBD Hemp flowers also have various benefits for people who use it as well. Naturally, the hemp itself contains essential nutrients that are important to body growth. These nutrients can be transferred into the body as a result of the swallowing and absorption of the hemp flowers.
The Hemp flower also helps people with weight issues and is also seen as a solution to skin diseases like acne. Just like any other drug in the world, excessive usage, along with how it is taken can go a long way to expose the body to certain side effects that can be beneficial to one’s health.