A biography of cannabis


The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Part of Cannabis and your health What Canada’s doctors are concerned about with marijuana legalization Cannabis and cancer care: What the science says Go to more storieson cannabis andyour health In the end, all this fuss comes down to a plant. advertisement It’s an annual − a hardy weed that grows almost anywhere, from seed or (these days) from clippings and clones, indoors under lights or outdoors under nothing more than sunlight. The plants can be anywhere from less than a metre to six metres high. Male plants are frailer, and often culled before they pollinate the females. This makes the sexually frustrated females overproduce flowers, upon which grow the trichomes that produce the plant’s 113 cannabinoids − especially the two we care about most, psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC, the stuff that gets you high) and non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD, the nonintoxicating compound that calms people down). A biography of cannabis

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