While the entire plant is called hemp, once harvested, the portion that remains from harvesting is called hemp biomass.
There are two types of hemp biomass: conventional and organic.
What is Conventional Hemp Biomass?
Conventional Hemp Biomass, also known as CBD biomass, is created from the flowers of the hemp plant used for CBD production. Conventional Hemp Biomass is sold to companies who, in turn, produce many of the oils, foods, lotions, and creams you find at your local store.
What is USDA Certified Organic Hemp Biomass?
Organic Hemp Biomass, is created from the stalks and seeds of the plant after Conventional Hemp Biomass has been harvested. Typically, organic hemp biomass is used by manufacturers to create papers, textiles, clothing, energy, fuel, and even concrete reinforcement.
With two impactful types of biomass, conventional and organic hemp biomass are two things that make hemp growing great. Consumers have long relied on the qualities of hemp biomass in the creams and lotions they use and even the clothes they wear.