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Cannabis is a type of plant that is classified under the genus Cannabis and is categorized into three varieties, namely Cannabis sativa, Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica. Cannabis indica was named by Jean Lamark after he collected samples of the plant in India. Its properties make it quite different from the more common Cannabis sativa. The three classifications are native to many parts of South and Central Asia. Since time immemorial, Cannabis has been used for a wide variety of ...
The word Marijuana is very popular all around the world. Some of us may know something about Marijuana, but many people do not know what really it is! So, what is Marijuana actually? In fact, Marijuana is the term used to denote the mixture of the parts of a plant named Cannabis. The mixture of flowers, seeds, leaves, and stem are collectively called as Marijuana. In many places, people call the Cannabis plant itself as Marijuana because they are not familiar with the word Cannabis. Cannabis ...
The Cannabis ruderalis, as you may already know, is a strain that is remarkably different from the other two varieties of Cannabis, most notably the cannabis sativa and the cannabis indica. The strain traces its roots to the southeastern part of Russia where it was discovered as well as Poland and the Czech Republic which were among the first areas where the strain was grown. Due to its versatility, the plant is found in many places today and has been embraced by many cannabis farmers. For a ...
Cannabis belongs to the taxonomical group of the cannabacea family and is found in three varieties, which include Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Sativa and indica are potent in nature, but Cannabis ruderalis is lower in potent and does not have a huge impact on the clinical aspect. On many occasions, Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica are crossbred to yield better varieties that will combine the strong characteristics of the parent plants. These varieties also have ...