Hemp biomass is a low-potency combination of outdoor-grown cannabis stalks, leaves, and buds that are usually ground together. This wholesale hemp product is usually composed of mass-produced outdoor hemp and can be valuable for commercial products. We produce a high graded biomass to deliver high quality extracts.

Hemp, What & Why?

The hemp plant is a stout, aromatic, erect annual herb. The slender canelike stalks are hollow except at the tip and base. The leaves are compound with palmate shape, and the flowers are small and greenish yellow. Seed-producing flowers form elongate spike-like clusters growing on the pistillate, or female, plants. Pollen-producing flowers form many-branched clusters on staminate, or male, plants.


From a biochemical perspective, hemp plants contain a complex mixture of secondary metabolites. More than 500 compounds have been reported from these plants, of which around 100 cannabinoids have been isolated and/or identified. These cannabinoids are specific to C. sativa L. and are essentially localized in its capitate-stalked glandular trichomes.

These naturally occurring cannabinoids can be grouped into 11 phytocannabinoid sub-classes, namely: cannabichromene (CBC), cannabidiol (CBD), cannabielsoin (CBE), cannabigerol (CBG), cannabicyclol (CBL), cannabinol (CBN), cannabinodiol (CBND), cannabitriol (CBT), (Δ8)-D8-trans-tetrahydrocannabinol (D8-THC), (Δ9)-D9-trans-tetrahydrocannabinol (D9-THC/dronabinol),27 and miscellaneous-type cannabinoids

In addition to cannabinoids, more than 400 non-cannabinoid constituents have been isolated and/or identified. They are grouped in four major categories: non-cannabinoid phenols, flavonoids, terpenes and alkaloids.

Among all cannabinoids, CBD has been a leading hemp derivative since 2015. There is, however, an increasing interest in other cannabinoids such as CBG, which show great promises, and in compounds such as terpenes.

Regulatory Framework

There is a significant interest in the development of therapies and other consumer products derived from cannabis and its components, including cannabidiol (CBD). FDA recognizes the potential opportunities that cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds may offer and acknowledges the significant interest in these possibilities. However, FDA is aware that some companies are marketing products containing cannabis and cannabis-derived compounds in ways that violate the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and that may put the health and safety of consumers at risk. The agency is committed to protecting the public health while also taking steps to improve the efficiency of regulatory pathways for the lawful marketing of appropriate cannabis and cannabis-derived products. FDA has a number of resources available that address cannabis and cannabis-derived products, such as CBD, and the agency wants to ensure that consumers and other stakeholders have access to these resources in a centralized location.

Hemp, Food & Benefits For Human Health

Hemp seed oil is rich in linoleic acid. Studies have shown that eating a diet high in linoleic acid significantly reduces total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or “bad” cholesterol. Lowering cholesterol levels reduces your risk of high blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease.

  • Macro and micronutrients of the seeds
  • Characteristics of cold-pressed oil

Applications for Human Health

  • Immune system
  • Inflammation
  • Sclerosis
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Epilepsia
  • Degenerative diseases: Parkinson, Helzeimer, etc.