There are over a 1000 different cultivars of cannabis with a wide variety of uses and characteristics - cannabinoid and terpene content, seed production, fiber production, adaptability to different environments, difficulty to grow, etc.
Is a slang term given to cannabis in the early 1900s, and commonly refers to recreational strains with psychoactive properties due to the high levels of THC.
Varieties of cannabis that the U.S. government has legislated as having less than 0.3% THC.
It is not psychoactive and won’t get you “high”.
The 2018 Farm Bill passed on December 20th and classifies hemp as an agricultural commodity at the federal level.