Comprised of the cola (tightly packed flower bud), stigma (reproductive part), bract (protective capsule packed with oil glands), calyx (layer over base-ovule), and trichrome (crystal-like bulb formation, high in CBD) -
the anatomy of the hemp flower is
With its iconic figure, the cannabis leaf is the symbol of hemp. Leaves act as photosynthetic powerhouses, moisture collectors, air purifiers - and may be transformed into tea, food products, compost, and more.
The layers of the stalk, a strong bast fiber on the outside, and woody hurd on the inside, give the hemp plant its strength to stand tall and bear heavy flower. From biofuels, paper, to animal bedding and more - the stalk can be utilized in an array of products.
When a male and female plant are nearby one another, the pollen from the male is often introduced to the female, leading to reproduction and the formation of seed. Having more essential fatty acids than any other nut or seed in the world, hemp seeds are achieving superfood status in a rapid manner. Toasted, pressed for oil, or processed into protein powder - hemp seeds may be consumed in a variety of forms.
Innovative AgriProducts (IAP), a Founder's Hemp company, serves farmers, processors and aggregators, who are permitted in their state under the Federal Farm Bill of 2014, with a solutions-focused team. From seed/clone, process, to market - we close the loop from start to finish in the hemp cycle.
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE: THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT OR CURE ANY DISEASE. ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE STARTING A NEW DIETARY SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM.