Hemp and marijuana are both Cannabis. Cannabis Sativa L. is simply the botanical name for the plant, of which hemp and marijuana are two different types.
Imagine someone asking the difference between Unleaded, Premium Unleaded, and gasoline. This is similar - hemp has a much lower cannabinoid content, and usually little to no THC (legally THC levels must be below .3% to be considered hemp) - and is also has a variety of applications, such as textiles, biofuels, food, rope, clothing, cosmetics, paper, plastics, and building materials.
Marijuana is a slang term that generally refers to high-potency cannabis, most often with a large percentage of THC. CBD products made from marijuana remain federally illegal; Ananda Hemp uses our own hemp to produce the CBD in our products.