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Marihuana prensada ('pressed marijuana') is a cannabis-derived product widespread among the lower classes of South America, especially from the 90s. Locally it is known as "paraguayo" or "paragua", since its main producer is Paraguay. Marijuana is dried and mixed with binding agents that make it toxic and highly harmful to health.
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The earliest mention of cannabis-infused food was as far back as 2000 B.C. in India. Known as one of the oldest cannabis traditions, Bhang – a cannabis infused drink made with yogurt, nuts, spices, rose water – is an official drink of Holi, highly celebrated and revered festivals celebrated by the people of Hindu community in India revering Shiva or Kali.
Synthetic cannabinoid products. Synthetic cannabinoids reagent testing kits recently became economical. It is often difficult to determine what is in these products without reagent testing because masking agents, such as tocopherol (or vitamin E acetate that causes vaping-associated pulmonary injury), eugenol, and fatty acids, are added to confound identification.
A joint (/ dʒ ɔɪ n t /), which is commonly referred to as a spliff, "doobie" or "doob", is a rolled cannabis cigarette.Unlike commercial tobacco cigarettes, the user ordinarily hand-rolls joints with rolling papers, though in some cases they are machine-rolled.
Legal status of cannabis possession for recreational use Legal Illegal but decriminalized Illegal but often unenforced Illegal Legality unknown Legal status of cannabis for medical use Legal for recreational use Legal for medical use Illegal The legality of cannabis for medical and recreational use varies by country, in terms of its possession, distribution, and cultivation, and (in regards to ...
Part IV establishes a "dedicated marijuana fund" for all revenue received by the liquor control board, and explicitly earmarks any surplus from this new revenue for health care (55%), drug abuse treatment and education (25%), with 1% for marijuana-related research at University of Washington and Washington State University, most of the remainder going to the state general fund.
Broad-leafed Cannabis indica plants in the Indian Subcontinent are traditionally cultivated for the production of charas, a form of hashish.Pharmacologically, C. indica landraces tend to have higher THC content than C. sativa strains Some users report more of a "stoned" feeling and less of a "high" from C. indica when compared to C. sativa.