Hemp Industrial Hemp

Hemp is a generic name for Cannabis plants, usually Sativa, which contain a particularly low amount of THC, and are used mainly for industrial purposes. The mill has endless industrial uses - its fibers can be made from paper, clothes, ropes, fuel, concrete, and many other products. Hemp seeds are considered "super-food," mainly due to the high content of Omega 3, Omega 6, Amino Acids, Iron, Magnesium Zinc, and others. Hemp is also considered one of the first plants to be "domesticated" by humans, and there is evidence of its use in many civilizations throughout history. The earliest documentation is in China about 12,000 years ago.

Map is illegal in most countries - including Israel and the United States. However, it is legal in Canada and certain European countries, and some states in the US have recently legalized MANP's industrial needs. The US government defines MAP as cannabis with THC content of less than 0.3%, but it may contain a significant concentration of CBD.