Though taxonomically indistinguishable, hemp and recreational cannabis exist on either side of a 0.03 THC percentage. Cannabis containing less than 0.03% THC is termed hemp, and anything with a greater THC percentage maintains the cannabis, weed, and pot terminology.

And while low THC can, and often does, describe hemp, for our purposes, it refers to a cultivar with 15% THC or lower. High THC generally describes strains containing 25% THC or above, but cultivars with THC percentages higher than 30% prove that “high THC” cannabis is a bit of a moving goalpost.

Just as there is a wide variety of low-dose products to suit a multitude of needs, there is an entire spectrum of cultivars bred to appeal to more than just the extra-strength THC-chasing faction of the cannabis…

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