In the final installation of this 4 part blog series we look at the final outcomes of growing hemp for fiber vs. CBD. Specifically, we will look at all the amazing products both of these high-value crops yield. Also we will look at the risks of growing either.
These days you can find CBD in almost any product imaginable. From basic CBD Oils to capsules, topicals, gummies, bath products and more. But, it is important to note that the FDA has not determined the efficacy of any product containing CBD. The following uses are not scientifically proven but self-reporting and anecdotal evidence may point to CBD being used for
Furthermore, research is being done on the use of CBD oil for treating:
As more and more studies are completed and evidence gather we will soon have a better idea of exactly what CBD does and does not do for that matter.
Unlike CBD products which are still under review–the benefits of industrial fiber hemp products are clear, visible and defined. It can be used to make a huge amount of different products and has many tangible applications.
A shortlist of these agricultural hemp products include
The uses of hemp in material science are extensive and quickly being discovered and implemented.
Like any venture, growing hemp has inherent risks–regardless of which final application you are growing it for. Like almost anything related to these two different arms of the same branch–some of the risks overlap, while others are seed-specific.
Industrial Fiber CBD Risks