The cultivated hemp ( Cannabis sativa L.) 1 is a herbaceous plant family annual Cannabaceae, now considered the only species of the genus botanical cannabis, but divided into several phenotypes that can be described as subspecies and varieties. The species comes from the equatorial regions and has the distinction of having strong growth. This plant is known for its psychotropic effects, especially the Indica species which is a subspecies of Sativa. The Sativa species have commercial and industrial use as hemp. Its cultivation is permitted today in France because it has a THC level of less than 0.2%. It is known for its therapeutic properties, in particular for its rich intake of CBD. According to certain conditions, in particular, a rate close to 0 in THC, the marketing of its derivatives for well-being and health is authorized. It is one of the oldest cultivated plants. It has been used in a wide variety of fields, in herbal tea or spice in North African dishes or for the multiple applications it allows: fabrics, construction, Cosmetic, sound insulation and thermal insulation, oils, ropes, litter, fuels, stationery, feeding human, animal feed, biofuel, material composites in combination with materials plastics, etc.
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