Hemp 101

Hemp Plant Anatomy

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  1. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  2. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  3. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  4. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  5. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  6. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

  7. […] The same processes can be applied when creating single extracts, known as whole plant extracts. These consists of various desirable compounds. Researchers have also identified over 550 chemicals (terpenes) in cannabis plants, chemicals are concentrated using extraction methods. For a full anatomy of the hemp plant, go here. […]

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