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This Congressional Research Service report discusses the potential commercial uses of hemp, long cultivated for its use in the manufacture of everyday products, including fabrics, yarns, carpeting, and construction materials.
This rule includes regulations used by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to approve plans submitted by States and Indian Tribes for the domestic production of hemp and includes regulations on the Federal hemp production plan for producers in States or territories of Indian Tribes that do not have their own USDA-approved plans.
Terms to Know
cannabidiol (cbd) - a constituent of cannabis that has been traditionally considered non-psychoactive.
cannabinoid - one of a class of chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors, cannabinoids can be naturally derived from the cannabis plant or manufactured.
cannabis - a broad term that can be used to describe the various products and chemical compounds derived from the cannabis sativa or cannibis indica species.
dispensary - a store that can legally sell cannabis products--medical, *recreational, or both. The technical term for a Florida dispensary is Medical Marijuana Treatment Center (MMTC).
edible - cannabis products that are consumed orally. These products can contain THC, CBD, or a combination of the two. Common edible products include cookies, brownies, and gummy candies.
hemp- the plant of the genus Cannabis sativa L. or any part of that plant ,including the seeds, extracts, cannaabinoids, isomers, acds, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not,with a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis.
marijuana - a cannabis sativa plant-derived product typically composed from the plant's dried leaves, stems, seeds, and buds.
medical marijuana - any processed product of the plant of the genus Cannabis, to include any compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant or its seeds or resin, including low-THC cannabis that is dispensed from a treatment center. Florida law makes a distinction between cannabis and marijuana for the purposes of ch. 893 F.S., illegal substance violations.
thc (tetrahydrocannabinol-delta 9) - the main psychoactive constituent of cannabis.