For ages, Eastern cultures have turned to hemp as a remedy for a variety of ailments. Unfortunately, due to a negative stigma and association with marijuana, its use is not as widespread in the US—but that’s changing fast, as more and more people learn the facts surrounding the plant; mainly, that it contains very little to no THC (the psychoactive component of marijuana).
This increase in education and awareness has led to a surge in CBD and hemp popularity in the past few years, and the market is expected to grow even more.
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