- a strong-smelling plant whose dried leaves can be smoked for a pleasant effect or pain reduction
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- [T] he use of a standardized extract of Cannabis sativa ... evoked a total relief of thermal hyperalgesia, in an experimental model of neuropathic pain, ... ameliorating the effect of single cannabinoids," investigators reported. Paul Armentano: When It Comes To Medical Pot, Rats Are Smarter Than Our Politicians
- THC is the main active ingredient of Cannabis sativa – marijuana. THC Shown to Fight Lung Cancer, | Impact Lab
- Botanists disagree about the precise number of distinct cannabis species, but agree that Cannabis sativa, which is indigenous to Mexico, is a very close relative of Cannabis indica, the main source of marijuana, which is thought to have originated in central Asia. Did You Know? Popular children's chorus features cockroaches and pot smoking
- Cannabinoids include Cannabis sativa products such as marijuana, hashish and hash oil.
- The plant, cannabis sativa, is native to Asia, but is now widely cultivated in Europe.
- Known by the scientific name Cannabis sativa, marijuana is an annual herb closely related to the hops used in beer brewing.
- There are two basic breeding lines in cannabis hybridization: the wild species, Cannabis sativa, and a subspecies named indica. Boutique buds: What underground mom-and-pop growers did while we debated legalization
- The most common is cannabis sativa, which is gangly, loose-branched, can reach a height of twenty feet and is productive of fibre and inferior seed oil. Cannabis Culture Magazine
- The term "marihuana" means all parts of the plant Cannabis sativa L., whether growing or not; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of such plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds or resin. Robbie Gennet: How Do You Quantify a Hallucination? And Why Are They Illegal?
- Hashish is the resinous exudate of the cannabis or hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). Notes and Definitions