Hemp was so important to 16th century England that King Henry VIII made it mandatory in 1533 for every farmer to cultivate it. During this period, several physicians including Garcia de Orta started studying the use of hemp extract as an antibiotic and appetite stimulant. Atharvaveda manuscripts describe in great detail how CBD-rich cannabis seeds and flowers were used to concoct tinctures and balms, as well as in Ayurvedic medicine. Sheng Nung, a well-known Chinese Emperor, using tea infused with cannabis at around 2737 BC to treat a series of ailments such as gout, rheumatism, malaria, malaria and memory loss. All in all, as a far as the federal government is concerned, the legality of the source of CBD product is gauged in terms of the content of resin.