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Ever since the Farm Bill legalized the production of hemp and removed it from the federal list of controlled substances in 2018, hemp-based ingestibles—from gummies to queso—have flooded the marketplace. And now, as folks start to drift slightly away from alcohol and toward a more “California sober” lifestyle, hemp drinks have entered the chat. A handful of Texas brands are concocting beverages that include the Cannabis sativa plant’s by-products, including hempseeds, cannabidiol (CBD), and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Cannabis sativa is often described as the mother of two related plants: hemp and marijuana. Hemp has traditionally been used to make rope, paper, and clothing, along with more recent inventions like biofuel, biodegradable plastics, and concrete. If hemp is the resourceful older child, marijuana is its peckish, puffy-eyed sibling. Both…

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