Hemp and cannabis are two terms relating to cannabis Sativa (and Indica), but they have vastly different definitions. Hemp is always grown as a variety of cannabis Sativa, whereas cannabis can be both cannabis Sativa or cannabis Indica. Hemp is mainly cultivated for fiber production, seed harvest, and oil extraction, while cannabis is grown and selected specifically for its high THC content for recreational use and now, some medicinal use. Industrialized hemp is all the hemp grown all over the world and must contain less than 0.3% THC, making it legal in many countries, as well as in all 50 US States. Hemp seeds and oil are rich in protein, vitamins, and essential fatty acids and are an important source of nutrient density. Thanks to its versatility, it is also used as a raw material for textile and cosmetic products, pet food, paper, building materials and as a biomass fuel. It is naturally rich in cannabidiol (CBD) and has a low to no amount of THC. Just the opposite is true with marijuana strains of cannabis, which usually contains high amounts of THC and lower amounts of CBD. THC is psycho-active, giving you that “euphoric feeling”, where as CBD hemp oil is NON-psychoactive and contains less than 0.3% THC. No “high”, just health and healing. While THC certainly has it’s beneficial value for some medical conditions, Blue Zone Ohana Organics concentrated on crafting a full spectrum cannabinoid rich tincture, focusing on the incredible therapeutic potential and benefit of cannabidiol (CBD) and the synergistic effect of cannabinoids CBD, CBDA, CBC, CBG, and CBN. Our CBD oil products here at Blue Zone Ohana Organics are legal in all 50 US States and over 40 countries worldwide.