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Hemp today is much different than it was back in the 19th century. Back then, hemp was grown for its fiber and the genetics being used were much taller, lengthier plants with much more stalk than floral material.
Today, hemp in Kentucky is grown largely for cannabinoid production (CBD oil, etc) and that means unfertilized female flowers. Yes, just like medical marijuana. These female flowers contain the coveted full spectrum cannabinoids that we are just beginning to understand.