What's the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

While Hemp and Marijuana come from the same plant which is known as Cannabis Sativa, they have distinct differences.

We have provided some information below that will educate you on the differences, you can also watch the video for additional information.

What is Hemp?

Also known as industrial hemp, refers to the plant grown for agricultural products such as seeds, fibers and oils.

* Hemp is grown tall and thin as a single main stalk with a few leaves and branches.
* It is densely planted to avoid flowering.

Average THC content < 1 percent

Canada and the EU draw the line at 0.3 percent. Below that is industrial and requires a license to grow. If the THC measurement is above 0.3 percent, then it is a considered a drug.

What is Marijuana?

Marijuana is the flowering tops of the cannabis plant, specifically bred to have a high THC content.

* Marijuana is grown short, clustered and bushy, with many flowering buds.
* Marijuana is planted with plenty of space.

Average THC content: 10 percent

Some sample tests indicate that THC levels can reach 30 percent, 40 percent or ever higher. 

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