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Exploring the Benefits of Hemp

Unveiling the Natural Wonders: Exploring the Benefits of Hemp with Freedom Health CBD

For years, hemp has been misunderstood, mostly due to its association with its psychoactive relative. However, perceptions are changing as the world recognizes the significant benefits of hemp. From its sustainability to its potential health benefits, hemp is proving to be a versatile and impactful natural resource.

This article takes a practical look at the benefits of hemp and reveals its practical wonders.

Understanding Hemp: Not Just Hype

Hemp and marijuana are related, but they’re not the same. Hemp won’t get you high because it has very low THC content, the psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with marijuana. In many countries, including the United States, hemp is legally defined as cannabis with a THC content of 0.3% or less.

One of the standout features of hemp is its sustainability. Unlike some resource-intensive crops, hemp is a low-maintenance plant. It grows fast, doesn’t need a ton of water, and can thrive in various climates. Plus, it’s excellent at absorbing CO2, making it a real eco-friendly powerhouse.

How Edible and Inhaled Hemp Work?

When you consume hemp products in an edible form, such as gummies or apply oils, the cannabinoids, notably CBD, are ingested and processed through the digestive system. The cannabinoids then enter the bloodstream and travel to the liver, where they undergo the first-pass metabolism. This metabolic process converts CBD into its more potent form before being circulated throughout the body.

This results in various physiological functions, including mood, sleep, and immune response, providing potential therapeutic effects without inducing a “high.”

Inhalation methods, such as vaping or smoking CBD-rich flower, offer a different route of administration. When hemp is inhaled, cannabinoids enter the bloodstream directly through the lungs, bypassing the digestive system and the liver’s first-pass metabolism. This results in a quicker onset of effects compared to edibles.

Delta 9 THC, the psychoactive component in marijuana, and Delta 8 THC, found in hemp, can produce psychotropic effects when inhaled. However, the effects are generally milder when using Delta 8 THC.

The inhalation method allows for precise control over the dosage, making it easier for users to tailor their experience. 

A shot of hemp muffins with a hemp leaf

Benefits of Hemp

Hemp contains various cannabinoids, including CBD (cannabidiol), which has gained popularity for its potential therapeutic benefits. CBD is non-psychoactive and is being explored for its potential to alleviate symptoms associated with anxiety, pain, and inflammation.

Neuroprotective Potential

CBD, one of the prominent cannabinoids in hemp, has been studied for its potential neuroprotective effects. Preliminary research indicates that CBD may exert protective influences on the nervous system, potentially mitigating damage caused by oxidative stress and inflammation. While further studies are necessary to fully understand the extent of these neuroprotective properties, the early findings suggest a promising avenue for exploring hemp-derived solutions in the realm of mental health.

Anti-Anxiety Properties

The mild, gentle sensation often associated with hemp consumption is commonly referred to as a “light buzz.” Unlike the intense psychoactive effects associated with marijuana, hemp, particularly when it contains cannabinoids like Delta 8 THC, is known for inducing a more subtle and mellow experience.

Hemp products, including Delta 8 THC, aim to provide a manageable and controlled experience, making them appealing to individuals who seek relaxation and mood enhancement without the overwhelming effects often associated with cannabis use.


Hemp has low THC content, the psychoactive compound found in marijuana. This means that consuming some hemp products, primarily CBD, does not produce the euphoric “high” associated with marijuana use.

Nausea Relief

Hemp, particularly in the form of CBD (cannabidiol), has been studied for its potential anti-nausea properties. While research is still in its early stages, some studies propose that CBD might engage with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and serotonin receptors within the body. This interaction is thought to potentially result in reduced nausea and vomiting.

A hemp vape pen with hemp flowers

Where to Get the Best Hemp Products?

At Freedom Health CBD, we offer hemp products that explore the potential benefits of lesser-known cannabinoids:

Delta 8 Vape Cartridges

Our Delta 8 vape cartridges are renowned for their mild psychoactive effects, providing users with a unique and more subtle experience compared to its Delta 9 counterpart. The inhalation method ensures fast absorption, offering a convenient and effective way to explore the benefits of this particular cannabinoid.

THC-A Vape Cartridges

Though not currently available online, Freedom Health CBD plans to introduce THC-A Vape Cartridges by spring. Stay tuned for an exciting addition to the online product lineup, providing yet another dimension to the holistic benefits of hemp. Shop our current THC-A vape cartridge selection in-store at any of our 4 locations anytime!

Delta 8 Gummies

For those seeking a more palatable experience, Freedom Health CBD offers Delta 8 Gummies. These edibles combine the goodness of Delta 8 THC with a convenient and tasty format. Perfect for on-the-go use, Delta 8 Gummies are a delicious way to explore the benefits of hemp without the need for traditional inhalation methods.

A jar of multi-flavored hemp gummies

It is evident that hemp is more than just a plant—it’s a source of natural wonders waiting to be unveiled. From Delta 8 Vape Cartridges to the upcoming THC-A Vape Cartridges and Delta 8 Gummies, the product offerings at Freedom Health CBD present a diverse range of options for those looking to incorporate the potential benefits of hemp into their wellness routine. Check out the options at our best hemp store today.