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Hemp, scientifically known as Cannabis sativa, is a variety of the Cannabis plant species that is grown specifically for industrial or medicinal uses. It is one of the fastest-growing plants and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber more than 10,000 years ago. Hemp has a rich history of being utilized for a multitude of purposes, including the production of textiles, rope, paper, and building materials. Unlike its close relative marijuana, hemp is characterized by its low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content, the psychoactive compound found in higher concentrations in marijuana varieties. This distinction is significant as it allows for the legal cultivation of hemp in many regions where marijuana is restricted. Hemp seeds and flowers are used for health foods, organic body care, and other nutraceuticals. The fibers and stalks are used in hemp clothing, construction materials, paper, biofuel, plastic composites, and more. Hemp is notable for its sustainability and environmental benefits, as it requires fewer pesticides, reduces soil erosion, and can help clean the soil through phytoremediation. Its cultivation can thus contribute positively to agricultural practices and the development of eco-friendly products. With the evolving legal landscape and growing interest in sustainable materials, hemp is experiencing a resurgence in popularity and is being explored for its potential in various industries and scientific research.

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