Hemp Vs. Marijuana

Growing hemp for CBD
instead of Marijuana

The answer to that is easy: CBD from Hemp is not unlawful. Hemp is cannabis that grows as nature intended. Hemp is naturally rich in cannabidiol, while most marijuana is carefully cultivated to be high in THC and low in CBD. When hemp is grown from specific cannabis varieties that have even higher levels of CBD naturally, it doesn’t make legal or practical sense to obtain CBD from marijuana.

Endocannabinoids and their receptors are found throughout the body. However, while the Endocannabinoid System performs different tasks, experts believe that the overall function of the ECS is the regulation of homeostasis. It is difficult to succinctly describe a complex system like the ECS, but what’s important to know is that there are two main types of cannabinoid receptors—CB1 and CB2—on cells throughout the body. They are most abundant in the brain and immune system respectively. Your body naturally makes its own cannabinoids (endocannabinoids like anandamide and 2-AG) that share a similar chemical structure with plant-based cannabinoids like CBD.
Through a combination of special plant cultivars, advanced plant genetics and growing techniques, an exceptionally high percentage of CBD can be produced naturally and consistently in the hemp plant. Through the application of proprietary technologies, certain companies have perfected a means of extracting CBD from hemp with an almost 99% purity rate, creating legal and non-psychoactive CBD-rich hemp oil. Because the federal government considers hemp distinct from marijuana, cannabinoids found naturally in hemp oil and hemp products face no legal restrictions and may be freely imported to the United States and in most of the industrialized world.
orted to the United States and in most of the industrialized world.

At RSHO, all of our products are derived from agricultural hemp, meaning they are the best way to obtain the benefits of the cannabis plant legally.