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|How is Hemp Processed?||In theory and practice, cannabinoid extraction methods are similar to those employed within the botanical, food, and pharmaceutical industries. There are, however, only a few solvent-based technologies that can be used for industrial-scale hemp extract production: hydrocarbon, carbon dioxide (CO2), and alcohol extraction.|
|What are Cannabinoids and How Do They Work?||Cannabinoids are a class of compounds that were first discovered in cannabis plants but have since been identified as naturally occurring in many vertebrate animals. Cannabinoids include phytocannabinoids such as THC and CBD.|
|History of Cannabis.||The relationship between humans and cannabis reaches back into ancient times, with its centuries-long history having been well-documented by physicians, scholars, and explorers from all over the world. Cultivated since ancient times in both Asian and Europe, scientists believe that cannabis originated in Western and Central Asia.|
|Introduction to Hemp and Cannabinoids.||Cannabis has been used for hundreds of years, with the earliest documented use dating back to the ancient era over 2,000 years ago. Despite clear evidence for its medicinal, agricultural, and industrial usefulness, however, cannabis’s more modern history of legal prohibition and misinformation pushed it out of the scientific and medical spotlight for many decades.|