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Introduction to Cannabis

Cannabis (scientific name: Cannabis sativa L.) is a cannabis plant of the Moraceae family, an annual upright herb, 1 to 3 meters high. Branches with longitudinal grooves, densely grayish-white appressed hairs. Leaves palmately divided, lobes lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, especially the dried flowers and trichomes of female plants. Cannabis cultivation can be stripped and harvested. There are females and males. The male plant is called Chi, and the female plant is called Ju.

Cannabis was originally distributed in India, Bhutan and Central Asia, and is now wild or cultivated in various countries. It is also cultivated or reduced to wild in various parts of China. Common wild in Xinjiang.

Its main effective chemical component is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC for short), which has mental and physiological activities after smoking or oral administration. Humans have been smoking marijuana for more than a thousand years, and the use of drugs and religions has increased in the 20th century.

The stem bark fibers are long and tough, and can be used for weaving linen or spinning, making ropes, weaving fishing nets and making paper; the seeds are pressed for oil, with an oil content of 30%, which can be used for paints, coatings, etc., and the oil residue can be used as feed. The fruit is called “hemp seed” or “hemp seed” in traditional Chinese medicine. The flower is called “Mabo”, which treats bad wind, amenorrhea, and forgetfulness. The husk and bracts are called “hemp fenugreek”, which is poisonous, treats overwork injury, breaks accumulation, disperses pus, and it is maddening to take many times; the leaves contain anesthetic resin to prepare anesthetics.

Post time: Apr-24-2022