Cannabis is a wonder plant for so many reasons — and most of them aren’t the reasons you might expect. This sacred herb has been revered for millennia not just because it can get users high; it was one of the first domesticated crops primarily because its fibers are so easy to transform into useful textiles like clothing and rope and because its seeds, often called hemp hearts, are dense with nutrition like protein, healthy fats and minerals.
In 2018, the United States passed a new farm bill which legalized the production of industrial hemp, which is defined as cannabis that contains less than .3 percent THC.
However, many with productive herb gardens rightfully wonder: Can you grow hemp at home? The Short Answer: No Unfortunately, the 2018Read more on curiousmindmagazine.com