Typically found in the northern hemisphere, hemp is native to Central Asia. Hemp is an ancient plant that has been cultivated for millennia in folk medicine and as a source of textile fibre. This flower is famous for its psychoactive chemical compounds, and is consumed for medicinal and spiritual purposes by smoking and oral ingestion. In Indian traditional medicine, hemp has been used as sedative, analgesic and anti-inflammatory agent. Historically, it has been used in folk remedies and is said to ease dry skin, moisturise, reduce inflammation and alleviate skin issues such as eczema.
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