Marijuana is the female plant of the Cannabis Sativa genus.
When a marijuana plant is in its flowering stage, some plants will have white lines and pollen. These are the female marijuana plants of the Cannabis Sativa genus from which the recreational drug is grown.
Sorry boys, the male part of the plant known as hemp, can’t be used to get high. However, on an up note, it has been successfully utilized to make thousands of diverse, environmentally friendly products like textiles, paper, oil, rope, and canvas.
The female marijuana plant is enriched with a psychoactive chemical called THC or tetrahydrocannabinol (which is very low in the male plant) that when inhaled, induces a euphoric and sedate effect. Commonly mistaken as a sedative it is actually a hallucinogenic, albeit a very mild one. Although it is mostly known as a recreational drug, it is also becoming recognized as having many viable medicinal uses.
Within this site, you will find many interesting facts. Aspects such as its laws, medical properties, pictures, growing procedures, and seeds will all be covered in a little more depth.
But this site is not only dedicated to marijuana. There are sections on the Peyote cactus as well, the hallucinatory alkaloid that is the active agent in mescal buttons plus some information on the little-known Salvia Divinorum leaf.
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