psychoactive effect when consumed
psychoactive effect when consumed

1. "The word 'cannabis' comes from two Latin words: Cannabis (meaning hemp) and Sativa (meaning 'to enjoy'). So, literally, cannabis means 'hemp sativa'. In English, we use the term'marijuana', which is derived from marihuana." - Wikipedia

2. "Cannabis sativa L., commonly known as marijuana, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Cannabis of the family Cannabaceae. Its botanical name derives from the ancient Greek κάνναβις kánnabis, meaning "hemp". It is native to tropical regions of Africa, Asia, and North America, where it was first cultivated by indigenous peoples for its fiber, seeds, oil, resin, and medicinal properties. It is now grown worldwide for recreational purposes." - Wikipedia

3. "Marijuana is a slang term for any of several varieties of cannabis sativa. The term is often used pejoratively, although some people prefer the term pot instead." - Wikipedia

4. "In the United States, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. As defined in the act, Schedule I drugs have no accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Marijuana is listed as being chemically similar to heroin, LSD, and ecstasy. However, unlike these three substances, marijuana does not produce a psychoactive effect when consumed." - Wikipedia

5. "A joint is a traditional smoking device consisting of a hollow tube containing tobacco rolled around a hard substance called a spliff, bong, or roach. A single cigarette contains about 1 mg of THC, while a typical joint may contain 5-10% of the same amount. Joints are popular among smokers who wish to inhale less smoke than they would if they smoked cigarettes alone. Marijuana joints are sometimes referred to as reefers, doobies, blunts, or bud." - Wikipedia

6. "Marijuana is the most widely used illegal drug in the world. According to estimates by the World Health Organization, over 200 million people currently consume cannabis at least occasionally. Of those, approximately 20 million people are dependent on it. The global market for legal cannabis products is estimated to reach $22 billion by 2020." - Wikipedia

7. "The term'marijuana' refers to both the dried flowers of female cannabis plants and the leaves of male plants. The term 'arihuana' is rarely used today except in reference to the dried flowers of female plants. The term 'pot' is used to refer to the leaves of male plants, and 'grass' is used to refer collectively to both the leaves of male and female plants. The terms 'weed' and 'grass' are sometimes used interchangeably, but 'weed' generally refers specifically to the leaves of male cannabis plants." - Wikipedia

8. "Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cannabinaceae, subfamily Nepetoideae, tribe Cannabiseae, subtribe Coccineae. There are two species of Cannabis, Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. Both species are annual herbaceous plants, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Cannabis sativa is the most widespread species, occurring naturally throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America. Cannabis indica is native to India and Southeast Asia, and is naturalized elsewhere." - Wikipedia

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